Jim is in print. From monthly fitness magazines to daily newspapers, publications are reaching out to Jim White and his expertise, having him author articles and or be interviewed on many different subjects including nutrition, exercise, weight-loss myths, fasting, vitamins, metabolism and oh, so many more.
There are some non-negotiables of life: Shay Mitchell is #bae, black leggings are a closet staple, and getting mansplained at the gym is the absolute worst. One more? You need to eat after you work out. READ ARTICLE
Whether you're walking into the gym for the first time in your life, or you’re recommitting to your annual goal to lose 20lbs, the key to sticking to your goal is taking the right approach—and not expecting to have abs like a fitness model right from the start. READ ARTICLE
With apologies to the moment your alarm clock goes off, the moment you spill coffee on your freshly laundered slacks, and the moment the train closes its doors and pulls away just as you leap down the escalator onto the platform, the worst minute in America each day is, on average, 2:58 P.M. READ ARTICLE
If you've worked your way down to 15% body fat, you’re already working out regularly, probably counting your macros and meal prepping, and eating pretty damn clean. But here's the primary downside of shedding body fat: The lower your body fat percentage gets, the harder it becomes to lose just 1–2% more. READ ARTICLE