Hi Everyone! This October 2014 rotation is sure to burn fat and calories while shaping and developing lean muscle mass. Eat clean, drink lot’s of water daily and get good sleep and watch the results of this rotation multiply!
Have you ever planned on exercising after work and then had something come up that made it impossible? If that happens too often, it’ll be harder to make progress. What if you have the luxury of doing a resistance workout any time of day? What’s your best option? Some research suggests there may be advantages to resistance training later in the day.
Are you maximizing your fitness goals? When you have limited time to work out you need to do things right. Don’t let these six diet and fitness mistakes get in the way of changing your body.
Have you ever been sidelined by a strained muscle? Muscle strains are one of the most common injuries athletes and fitness buffs deal with. Although not life threatening, muscle strains are painful and inconvenient. People toss around the term “muscle strain” loosely, using it to refer to any kind of muscle injury. Have you ever wondered what a strained muscle really is? Most importantly, how can you prevent and treat this common injury?
In 2002 Christine Castillo learned she had Type 2 diabetes. She was 56 and had just become the guardian of six grandchildren. Prior to her diagnosis, she also suffered from high blood pressure. Unfortunately for Castillo, these diseases not only run in her family, but they also relate to weight. Castillo, who is 5-feet and weighs over 200 pounds, worked hard to get her nutrition and weight under control, but it didn’t take long for that to change.
Are you getting enough B vitamins in your diet? If you work out at a high intensity, you may need more of these vitamins. Find out why adequate amounts of B vitamins are important for athletic performance and how to get more of them.
You’re Going to FALL for the most tastiest Healthiest pumpkin pie flavored pancakes you will ever have and with the added protein with this pumpkin flavored Greek yogurt as the syrup makes this a winning dish. Tastes like you’re having dessert for breakfast
Resistance training should be part of your workout for a number of reasons. Not only does resistance training build strength and muscle mass, it helps preserve bone mass as well. What effects does resistance training have on your metabolism? Can it increase your basal metabolic rate and make it easier for you to control your weight? Find out what research shows.
Muscles grow in response to the stress you put on them. Research suggests there are three factors that stimulate muscle growth. Striking a balance between these factors can help you better achieve your objectives. Find out what these factors are and how to manipulate them.
You need adequate protein in your diet to build lean body mass – but what really counts is how much protein reaches your muscles. How much of the protein you eat is absorbed? Is there a limit to how much your body can use? Find out what research shows.