Dan Ferrato is the owner of Club Sweat, a personal trainer, nutritionist and avid student of health and fitness. Dan has been in the industry for over 6 years and has trained over 100 clients in person and online. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact dan at dan@clubsweat.ca

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6 Foods To Avoid When Trying To Lose Weight

Eating well, exercising like crazy and still not shedding any pounds? A lot of the time people who “eat well” may be self-sabotaging themselves with “health foods” that are causing more harm than good. Below is a list of 6 “health foods” that you should try and avoid when weight loss is your goal. Number…

10 Weight Loss Strategies For Busy Moms

Now you are probably thinking, “What the hell could a 29 year old guy know about weight loss tips for moms?” Well to be honest, more than you think. I’ve been training busy mothers for nearly a decade and have had some incredible success. When most of your meals consist of scavenged chicken nuggets and…

Healthy Dinner Recipes

Don’t know what to have for dinner but still trying to stay on plan? Try out some of Club Sweats favorite dinner recipes that satisfy your hunger and help keep that waistline trim!   Kung Pao Chicken Ingredients: Marinade: 1 lb raw chicken breast, chopped into 1/2–inch cubes 4 cloves garlic, chopped 1-inch cube fresh…

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Healthy Snacks for Busy Adults

Snackaholics, rejoice! Now you don’t have to sacrifice all your favorite treats to fit into that swimsuit this summer. A couple tweaks here and there and you can get beach body ready while still enjoying your favorite guilty pleasures.     Eating healthy doesn’t have to taste bad. A couple subtle substitutions and you can…

4 Exercises That live Up to the Hype

If there is one thing in life I am certain about, its that I will never be certain about anything again. Some exercises I used to dismiss because I thought they would cause injury or there was no benefit to them. Well I used to think the following 4 exercises were what we would say…