Hi Everyone! This month is all about fat loss, cross training and muscle shaping. Lots of hiit training mixed with muscle strength and endurance workouts from our popular (series) favorites! Eat well, sleep well, drink water and enjoy the fat melting benefits!
You often hear that aerobic exercise is heart healthy and may prolong life. No doubt about it, aerobic exercise is beneficial. Yet, more recent research shows strength training may have longevity benefits as well. Find out why.
What does a short workout mean to you? A new study shows it can be VERY short as long as it’s intense. Find out more.
Hunger – there’s more than one kind. Some hunger is driven by low energy stores but there’s another kind that makes it harder to control your weight – and one that can potentially lead to food addiction.
There’s evidence that caffeine can improve exercise endurance during moderate-intensity exercise – but what about dark chocolate? Read on and discover why dark chocolate could be the next ergogenic aid.
Protein is an essential macronutrient you need for muscle function and for health. According to a new study, consuming a diet higher in protein may have benefits for older, overweight individuals. Find out why.
When is your “go to” workout time? Morning, afternoon, or evening? If you’re on the fence about when to exercise, here are 5 compelling reasons to work out in the morning.
After losing weight, you have an even tougher battle – keeping it off. The statistics on the number of people who successfully do that are bleak, around 10 to 20%. But now a new study shows those statistics might be wrong. Find out more.
No doubt, WHAT you eat is important but what about when you eat it and how often? Some research suggests that giving our bodies a little “down time” between meals might pay off with a slimmer waistline and better health. Get the full scoop.
If you lift weights to improve your fitness level and build muscle, you like to see results. You already know that eating a balanced diet with enough protein gives an edge – but what about probiotics? Find out what a new study shows about gut-friendly bacteria and how they could help you build muscle.