Here are some different workouts to encompass your whole body and maybe even start a new relationship with cardio workouts. Fitness and nutrition are always paramount when trying to lose weight. But, like dating, you have to keep it new and exciting or you will lose interest. When you are working out, once your […]
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After seeing the finale to The Biggest Loser, many health and fitness enthusiasts were in disgust. A show that has promoted more than just weight loss has lost respect and has encouraged an unhealthy lifestyle for its millions of fans. Is this what American women are supposed to look like? And as guys, what are […]
The gym can be a great place to meet ladies. Endorphins are being released, you’re feeling confident because you know you look good, and you’ve spotted an attractive woman who likes working out too. Is it time to ask her out? Here are some tips on how to develop a relationship and ask her out. […]
New Year’s is a great starting point to make positive changes to your life, but more times than not people have already given up on their goals well before President’s Day in February. Here are some ways to successfully set up and keep your New Year’s resolutions
You may have heard of the spot-reduction myth: the idea that you can reduce fat in one area of your body by doing tons and tons of reps…like doing 500 sit ups a day for a six-pack. Experienced bodybuilders will tell you the best way to really reduce your body fat is by doing low intensity cardio and monitoring your caloric intake. However, there is a hybrid of the two ideas that yields positive results.
Anyone who has spent any time at a gym can spot a meathead from a mile away. These are the guys that grunt and yell, flex after every set, and throw the loaded bar on the ground when they’re done. Being a good guy is calling yourself to a higher standard everywhere, including the gym. Here are 5 ways to avoid being “that guy” and how to be a good guy at the gym
Contributing author Brendan Murphy talks about correct form when lifting. “I grew up playing every kind of sport: soccer, little league football, basketball, high school lacrosse, etc. As I moved into weightlifting, and began studying for my personal trainer certification, I discovered I had to unlearn many of the forms and habits acquired from playing other sports.”