We Bring you topics from the fields of nutrition and Training to help you get started on your Journey.
For the longest time, ‘clean eating’ was the way to go for everyone looking to improve their health and fitness.
But then, a new concept came to life - calorie counting. With it, we also saw the rise of macronutrient counting, also known as if it fits your macros (IIFYM).
Ever since, people have sworn by these two approaches to weight loss, muscle growth, and good health.
The question is, which of the two is better?
For the longest time, we’ve known one simple fact:
Exercise and proper nutrition help us lose weight and feel better about ourselves. The advice of eating less and moving more is quite popular, and fitness experts give it all the time.
But, the human body is an incredibly complicated piece of biological machinery, and things aren’t as simple as we may believe.
Keto Diet: Benefits And Risks
Keto has emerged as one of the simplest and most effective diets out there.
These days, thousands of people worldwide swear by keto as the best way to lose weight, improve our health, and feel great.
But is that the case? Is keto as great as people say?
To help you determine that, we’ve outlined some of keto’s most popular benefits and risks.
Let’s see what they are.
Weight loss is a relatively simple process. Eat less food, move more, and the scale will surely show smaller digits over time.
But, losing fat and preserving your muscle mass is a whole other thing. It requires more planning and better tactics for success.
Today, we’ll go over everything you need to know about it.
Fitness can be complicated. As a beginner, a thousand different things fight for your attention: dieting, training, supplementation, and more.
Everyone wants to show you the ‘best’ possible way. Of course, for a modest price.
To help you overcome the initial hump and get started, we’ve put together this straightforward guide for you. Today, you’ll learn everything you need to know on how to get started with training.
Gluten has become a naughty word in the nutritional world. These days, ‘gluten-free’ is equated to ‘healthy.’
Food makers worldwide have jumped on the anti-gluten bandwagon and have tried to capitalize on the opposition.
But what is gluten exactly, and is it as bad as people say? More importantly, who should follow a gluten-free diet?
Let’s find out.
We often think about the apparent effects of good nutrition: weight loss, cognitive improvements, having more energy, and such.
But, as the old saying goes, "You are what you eat." Sure, it sounds like a cliché, but it's true.
In this post, we'll outline how your eating habits affect your skin health.
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.
Pierre and Nurlana
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