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.
Whether you’re trying to eat better, curb your cravings, or focus on fat loss without as much frustration, these four changes can help increase your results without adding much burden.
Try this easy ground turkey and vegetable soup seasoned with liquid aminos for that satiating umami punch.
Learn how to manage and control sugar cravings to make eating more enjoyable and dieting a thing of the past.
What is real strength? Try this bodyweight test, analyze your score, and learn how to do more pushups with a simple 4-week program.
There are many factors that contribute to poor health — food hyper-palatability, high-stress lifestyles, and confusing misinformation — are all near the top of the list. But on a purely social level, the desire to chase the next trend is a big part of the problem.
Muscle growth requires checking several boxes — with both nutrition and training — to help your body break down muscle tissue and build it back. If you’re looking to add more muscles, here are the principles you must master.
Enjoy these whole wheat pumpkin pecan waffles for breakfast, brunch, or a mid-day snack. Pro tip: make them ahead of time, throw them in the freezer, and pop ’em in the toaster for a quick grab-and-go snack.
In a recent Instagram post, Jillian Michaels (of The Biggest Loser fame) shared the “dangers” of eating more than 30% of your daily calories from protein. “Dangers” are in quotes for a good reason. Unfortunately, she made very definitive claims, many of which are simply not supported by science.