This is a question that we ask ourselves all the time, regardless of where we stand in terms of fitness. If you’re a beginner, it becomes even more confusing. There are a ton of food, nutrition and diet options out there. How much should you actually be eating?
We’ve all been there before: The seemingly insurmountable challenge of controlling our diet. Well, we would love to help you on your weight loss journey, by sharing with you these 8 common mistakes that we’re all guilty of making, followed by their respective weight loss tips.
If you’re just heading into the realm of fitness, then congratulations! You’ve just embarked upon an amazing journey that you’re sure to never regret.
To aid you on this epic quest, we thought we would compile a few essential fitness tips (aka pieces of loot) to help you out. Follow these tips, and you’ll be sure to see results in no time!
If you’re just starting out on your fitness journey, you might be feeling overwhelmed at the number of fitness plans out there. Paleo? Yoga? Pilates? Protein powder? Reps, sets, weight? Cardio, aerobic, anaerobic?
It’s almost akin to an Elder Scrolls character creation screen.
In this article, we discuss the most searched for muscle by far, one that outstrips even the legendary biceps by a mile: Those awesome six pack washboard abs.
Whether you’re a guy or girl, wanting to get buff or lean, muscle growth is definitely something you should be interested in learning about.
It’s that time of the year again. Oh yes, it is. The time for you to turn over a new leaf. To tell yourself you’re never going to perform that bad habit again. Or that you’re finally going to start anew this time.
So! You’ve decided that you would like to shed some extra pounds.
Perhaps it’s the “holiday weight” that you’ve recently put on, or you’ve simply decided that it’s time for a overhaul of your lifestyle.
Are you getting hyped up and ready to transform into a new you? Perhaps it’s the new year, or maybe you’ve just decided that it’s time for some change.
Ever looked at yourself in the mirror and just thought, “Am I born fat?”
Or, “I’m always so skinny, I never gain muscle easily.”
Well, there might be an element of truth to that. Much of how we look is determined by genetics.