Everyone wants lean, defined abs. And seemingly everyone has a different theory on how to get them—including some techniques that are straight-up risky for your back. Here’s a smarter, safer approach that will have you looking good and feeling even better.
Guess what? Odds are your workout plan isn’t designed for your body. This 3-step assessment (and sample plans) will personalize your approach for faster progress, fewer injuries, and better results.
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.
Should multivitamins be part of your daily routine? Here’s what research says is the right approach for your body — and how to find one that’s worth buying.
Daily weigh-ins can drive you crazy—all because of information that’s flawed in the first place. If losing weight or gaining muscle is your goal, here’s how you can make real progress toward your goals.
A former NFL player reveals the reality of male eating disorders – especially the way they affect athletes and those focused on fat loss and muscle gain – and how he reclaimed a healthy lifestyle.
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.
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.
To reach your fitness goals–especially after having children–you first have to rethink the word “fitness.”
Don’t stress about dessert and booze. Instead, learn how fat loss (and gain) really works so you can build healthier diet plans and eat what you love.
One man’s story: A new eating plan. A new workout. A transformed body from Born Fitness coaching, and a chronic battle with Crohn’s disease now in remission.
Building muscle doesn’t just “happen.” You must force growth by using this proven technique that will add size to any stalled workout program and even help fat loss.