Not every workout needs a complete overhaul. These small adjustments can jumpstart a stale program, prevent injuries, or strengthen your weakness.
The best cardio fat loss plan isn’t as clear as you might think. Here’s the answer you need to create the right approach for your body and faster results.
Looking for the best workout plan might be fun, but it’s not as effective as doing the one that works. Here’s what you should consider for the best results.
Sure, dropping carbs might help you lose weight. But starting on a low-carb diet might be a path to fat-loss frustration.
You might know that BCAAs play an important role in muscle growth and fat loss. What you don’t know? Most supplements might be completely unnecessary.
Stop thinking about how many calories you’re burning each workout, and instead pay more attention to the signals your body is sending to make the most of your exercise plans and burn fat faster.
From cheat meals to extreme fat loss plans, here’s what you need to know about creating your own diet, and why focusing on food group diets can lead to failure.
If I could go back in time to when I first started lifting weights, I’d do everything differently. Back then, I was so worried about finding the right plan for me that I missed out on the two most fundamental aspects of exercise: movement and strength. Movement is easy to figure out, and yet mostly misunderstand. […]
How many motivational clichés does it take to get in shape? Whatever it takes. This is the type of (sarcastic) feedback that makes exercise so frustrating. Lots of talk that sounds good, but nothing that definitively shows you how to get from where you are to where you want to be. Most fitness information is a […]
Ever since muscle confusion became a popular term, there’s been a big debate about how often you need to adjust your workouts. For most people, the number of reps you perform are shockingly similar. In a survey of 100 people (equal gender split), 83 percent said they normally perform 8 to 10 reps per exercise. […]
After years of making fun of Popeye and his spinach-fueled muscles, it might be time to apologize to the original muscle-bound vegetarian. The cartoon might seem outdated and outlandish, but research now shows that the concept might not be that far fetch. According to research compiled by Examine.com, nitrates, a powerful compound found in green […]
How can you tell the difference between overtraining and exhaustion from a hard workout? Let this be your guide to fatigue, soreness, and recovery.