July 2015 …This rotation is all about heavier lifting and body fat loss. Shock your metabolism with this mixture of heavy weights, hiit workouts and yoga. Because of the “heavy” demands of this rotation you will have two days off per week every other week. Eat a super clean diet along with this rotation and watch your body burn fat and your muscle lean up.
Building strength and muscle definition isn’t easy. It takes patience, consistency, and the right kind of training. Underlying all resistance training programs are certain principles backed by science. Here are four principles of resistance training and how some people get them wrong and fail to get the results they’re looking for.
Once you’ve worked hard and developed a certain amount of strength and muscle mass, you don’t want to lose it. How hard do you have to train if you only want to maintain it? Find out what research shows.
The FDA’s move to ban trans-fats is a small victory for health, but it won’t make processed foods that much healthier. Trans-fat, in the form of partially hydrogenated oil, has to be replaced with another type of fat. What will it be – and will it be a healthier alternative?
More people are embracing yoga as a way to work out. Yes, yoga improves flexibility and balance, but can it help you build strength? Read on and discover what research shows about strength gains and yoga.
Stress is a part of life, but, for some people, it can lead to chronic anxiety. Now, a new study shows some of the anxiety people feel comes from a surprising source – sitting too much! Read on and find out why being sedentary might create stress and anxiety and how staying active and exercise can help you get peace of mind.
What’s your eating style? Do you wolf your food down as you answer emails or do you practice the art of mindfulness by savoring each bite? It matters. A new study shows how distracted eating impacts calorie consumption. Read on and discover ways to change how you approach a meal and why you should.
Do you have a body part or muscle group you just can’t get to grow? Why are some body parts, like calves or biceps, so hard to develop for some people? Find out why and what you can do to get those slow-to-develop parts to grow.
I have three children and have used workout DVDs to get in shape after each of them. When I found Cathe’s videos (Fit T.V.!) I was very impressed. She truly is in a class of her own and leads the field in professionalism and putting out the most cutting edge, effective workouts.
Exercise-induced muscle cramps are a relatively common problem, especially when you first begin an exercise program. What causes them? They’re probably not due to dehydration or electrolyte loss as previously thought. Read on and find out what does cause muscle cramps and a few things you can do to avoid them.