Exercise isn’t the only way to burn fat and burn calories. There’s another type of activity that may actually contribute just as much—or more—to your weight loss efforts. See why experts say the little things you do throughout the day make a big difference for your body and health.
Like any great machine, your body uses a system of checks and balances. To help with injury prevention and better posture, these are the exercises you need.
Before you start another diet, it’s time you understand the fundamental flaw in almost every nutrition plan. Here’s how one change can put an end to your weight loss frustration.
Why can’t you lose fat? Here are four questions you should ask to diagnose why you are stuck, and the solutions that will help you break out of your rut.
Follow these 4 simple lessons to speed muscle growth, improve fat loss, and create workouts designed for consistent progress.
Smarter, Stronger, and Ageless? Here’s why creatine isn’t just for weightlifters, and how it’s much safer than you’ve been led to believe.
Your arm workouts are probably flawed and overcomplicated. Here are 5 strategies to finally achieve the muscular biceps and triceps you’ve always wanted.
Popular diets will insist that low glycemic foods and low-carb diets are the keys to weight loss. Here’s why the most important part of the fight against “belly fat” is oftentimes ignored in diet books and articles.
Confused about fat loss? This list of weight loss research and resources challenges popular diet theories on fat loss, weight gain, and belly fat.
Don’t make the mistake of waiting until you don’t feel well to fight illness. Here’s what you can do every day to create your sickness prevention plan.
From the importance of hydration to the power of protein, here’s everything you need to fight off illness (most of the time).
A big reason so many people struggle with diet and exercise is because the majority of diet and exercise books have overcomplicated the real issues.