fat loss

Just because you're over 40 doesn't mean you have to give up on your fitness goals.
Although the very notion of intermittent fasting may imply adjusting one’s eating according to a pre-determined timetable, it does not come with an "everything-you-nom-is-OK-in-the-afternoon" card.
I’m calling BS on the notion that you can’t healthily and happily eat your favorite treats.
While enlisting in the help of a trainer may be a great personal investment, doing so won’t necessarily solve your personal problems.
Expediency is never the correct answer when it comes to your health and fitness.
It's time to renegotiate the terms of your relationship with the demon on your bathroom floor.
As paradoxical as it sounds, community is the key to creating individual health changes. Regardless of your goals, the answer is simple: create community around your health and fitness.
Remember, the best diet is the one you can stick to without being deprived of any foods or nutrients, so intermittent fasting may be a good option.
An individual’s interpretation of the world is malleable, and a powerful weapon against unhelpful circumstances.
A calorie deficit is necessary to reveal those abs, but being hangry all the time isn't.
You can spend your energy chasing prepackaged solutions, or you can dig deeper and address your core issues.
A proper diet really is more of a focus on behavior change, so make sure your behavior matches your goals.
We do not think, dream, or plan in numbers.
No matter the goal, strength training days should be strategically placed in your workout program.
The ideal approach for most people's goals is to get the most work done in the smallest amount of time.
You can set yourself up for success by defining what is most important to you in life, and working your butt off by doing whatever it takes to get there.
The solution to your plateau may lie in a better understanding of the way your body handles energy.