The most effective approach for the majority of people is what is supported by science. But, even the best research has limitations.
If you’ve read a diet book you’ve probably been told to eat 4 to 6 times per day. But is a small snack diet really better than big meals? It depends.
Shredding fat and building muscle is a byproduct of adaptation—but too much adaptation means you won’t change. It’s about working that thin line between challenging your body and burning them out. Between getting stronger and plateauing.
The best trainers find that line by using periodization: systematically programming workout routines over the long term through a variety of daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly cycles.
Do carbs make you fat? According to research, the answer is no. Use this guide to enjoy carbs, lose weight, and improve your health.
Adam Bornstein on finding and understanding “your big breakthrough” and learning to explore what holds you back.
Picking the right plan is less about finding “the one approach that works” and more about finding “the right approach for you.” It’s a lot easier to accomplish if you avoid all of the garbage information that will lead you farther from your goals.
Make this egg frittata for the week and you have an easy, healthy meal on hand for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
The way Arnold approaches situations, obstacles, and challenges is a masterclass in mental preparation, visualization, maximum effort, and mastery. Learn his 8 lessons for success from this exclusive interview with Adam Bornstein.
It’s easy to use “the latest science” as a guide for your healthy living plan. The problem: don’t conflate new science with proven science. A healthy mindset is flexible in the face of convincing evidence.
If you want to see benefits — much like any other exercise — you need to master the movement. The deadlift is not a dangerous exercise, but the key to its safety is making sure you set-up your body the correct way before you pull the weight.
Perhaps no exercise topic is more debated than proper squat form. How low should you squat? Turns out the answer is more complex—and personal—than most people will admit. And it all starts with a simple test. Here’s a guide to finding the right squat position for your body.
Choosing the right pain puts you on the path to adapting, learning, improving, and becoming more efficient.