Are there ways to make a workout feel easier? If you can exercise hard and yet not feel like your workout is brutal, you’ll anticipate your workouts more. Here are five ways to make your next exercise session feel a bit easier.
Brown fat is good fat! In fact, it’s fat that helps you burn more white fat, the kind that you don’t want. How can you turn it on? Here are five ways backed by science.
What’s your maximal strength? In reality, you’re stronger than that. When you train, you only tap into a percentage of your absolute strength. Here’s how strong you really are.
Are you a heavy sweater or do you barely break a sweat when you train? There’s a common perception that men sweat more than women during a workout. Is that really the case? Find out what determines how much you sweat.
Food additives – should you fear them or not? Some additives in packaged foods have come under scrutiny recently. Find out what they are and whether you should be concerned about food additives in general.
What do you do after a workout? Hopefully, you reach for a recovery snack that contains protein. Here are three, compelling reasons you need protein after a workout.
You hear a lot about the role gut bacteria play in health – but could they impact the aging process as well? Read on and find out what happens to the bacteria in your gut as you age.
How many servings of fruits and vegetables should you eat a day? According to a new study, more is better, even more than the currently recommended five-a-day. Here’s why.
Are you lifting heavy enough to reach your weight-training goals? How do you know? One way to find out is to determine your one-rep max and work at a percentage of that value. Here’s how.
When the scale show you’re up a pound, it could be water weight. Water weight is quite common, especially in women. Here are six of the most frequent causes of this frustrating problem.