This month we have a mix of cardio types, total body workouts, and muscle group-specific training. We’ll change it up a little each week to keep your muscles guessing and get you the best results! As always, take an extra rest day if needed or swap out a workout that doesn’t work for you! Get in and work hard!
It’s no secret that you’ll lose muscle mass and strength as you age. In fact, muscle loss begins during middle adulthood. The good news? There are ways to slow the age-related loss of muscle. Here are five you should know about.
Are your muscles not growing as much as you’d like? Muscle hypertrophy takes patience and consistent training, but if it isn’t happening, you may be violating one of these three tenets of muscle growth. Each is important and here’s why.
Can upping your protein intake boost your muscle growth and strength gains? Some bodybuilders subscribe to this idea. However, a new study questions whether more protein is better for muscle building and strength gains. Find out more.
The health of your gut microbiome matters. When you have a wealth of gut-friendly bacteria in your microbiome, it’s better for your mental and physical health. Let’s look at five ways science says you can improve your gut health.
You may have heard people say to drink a glass of water before meals if you want to lose weight. Is there any truth to this idea or is it another weight loss myth? Read on and discover what science shows, and how water might give you a weight loss edge.
High blood triglycerides are a risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Lifestyle changes can often modestly lower blood triglycerides, sometimes enough to avoid medications. Here are five science-backed ways to reduce triglycerides without prescriptions.
Developing a balanced approach to training is the ideal way to get your best physique and stay injury-free. However, not everyone trains in such a manner. Here’s why and what you should know to keep your own strength training balanced.
If you’re trying to build muscle and lose body fat, burning more calories during strength training works in your favor. In this article, you’ll discover five ways, backed by science, to burn more calories when you work your muscles against resistance.
Research shows that certain types of exercise may lower blood pressure, especially aerobic exercise. Can resistance training, where you work your muscles against resistance, have similar health benefits? Find out what research shows about how training against resistance affects blood pressure.
Do squats build power? If not, is there way to turn a squat into a power movement? Here are there squat variations that will help you build lower body explosive power for sprinting and jumping.
What if you’re looking for stronger, more rounded glutes? Do deadlifts build stronger, rounder glutes, and is the Romanian deadlift a better glute builder than a conventional deadlift?