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When most people start training, one of the first questions that pop to mind is this:
“Can I build muscle with body-weight exercises alone, or do I need to join a gym?”
After all, body-weight training seems fun, versatile, and accessible. But is it also effective?
Today, we’ll give you the definitive answer to that question. But first:
Let’s face it:
Having a pair of well-developed and powerful legs is not high on the priority list for most people.
But, the fact that you’re here says a lot. You’re not getting the results you want from your leg training, and you want to know why that is.
To that end, we’ve put together a list of the three most common reasons why your legs might not be growing at the rate you want them to.
We all know what stretching is, and we’ve always been told that it’s incredibly beneficial for us.
Ever since elementary school, we’ve been told that we should stretch regularly to stay healthy, improve our recovery, and prevent injuries.
But, when the schedule is tight, it can be tempting to skip the stretching routine and head for the shower right after training.
To that end, we’ve put together a list of four solid reasons why you shouldn’t skip stretching.
Ready? Let’s take a look.
The supplements industry is enormous. According to sources, the sports supplements market size was estimated to be around $16 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow even more.
Because of this incredible demand, thousands of companies from all over the world are trying to get a piece of the pie.
These days, newer and ‘better’ products flood the market every month, and one can’t help but wonder:
“What are all of these products, and do I need to take them?”
We all know that cardio is beneficial to us. It delivers numerous health benefits, elevates our mood, and helps us lose weight more easily.
But, is there such a thing as doing too much cardio? More specifically, can we unknowingly shoot ourselves in the foot and make worse progress because of that?
Today, we’ll go over what you need to know about cardio and the interference effect.
Weight loss is one of the most confusing areas of fitness. Everywhere you look, there seems to be yet another diet, training plan, or supplements, each promising what we all want – sustained weight loss.
And while there is no shortage of tips, tricks, secrets, and gimmicks out there, achieving long-term weight loss comes down to understanding the basics.
Today, we’ll go over the most fundamental things you need to internalize.
We’ve all heard of the mind-muscle connection.
The idea first came around back in the 70s and was popularized by prominent bodybuilding figures such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Frank Zane.
At the time (and even today), this sounded like nonsense to many people.
While we disagree that the mind-muscle connection is all that matters, it seems to be necessary.
Today, we’ll go over what it is and why it could be more important than most people imagine.
Have you ever found yourself in this perpetual cycle of overly-restricting yourself and binge eating?
Do you ever feel like you’re not in control of your nutrition and food-related choices?
Have you ever found yourself finishing a diet, only to then binge, and start the next one?
If that’s the case, then read on. Today, we’ll go over what you should do to break the cycle once and for all.
A debate has been going on in the fitness space for the longest time:
Are personal trainers worth it or not?
On the one hand, you’ve got people who swear by guidance and tout the idea of personal training because it serves to give us a fast and productive start with training.
On the other hand, you’ve got those who suggest that personal training is nothing but a waste of money. After all, we have all of the information available to us, so why even bother paying someone for it?
Our lives are full of commitments, work, errands, family obligations, deadlines, and more. So, one of the biggest roadblocks people face on their fitness journey is finding a balance.
Today, we’ll go over some actionable ways to establish a better balance between fitness and the rest of your life.
Ready? Let’s dive in.