Fat Loss Is a Steep Climb to the Bottom
As you get leaner, the battle against your body fat becomes harder.
The Socioeconomics of Western Diets and Obesity
It's vital for Westerners to take stock of their lifestyle and diet and determine what they're doing wrong.
This Protein May Keep You Lean on Any Diet
It's no replacement for hard work and good nutrition but this protein might eliminate the negative health effects of bad diets.
Scientists Seek Optimal Training & Diet Combo
This new study brings us a step closer to the finding the ideal combination of diet and exercise.
Breaking Muscle HQ
Spot-Specific Fat Loss Works (But Not How You Think)
Body fat reduction can't be targeted by area and with athletic performance in mind. Right?
Safe and Sane Fat Loss Advice From People Who Care About You
Let’s talk about why and how to lose fat safely and effectively.
The Best Research on Body Fat, Losing Fat, and Eating Fat
Here you go - solid science-based advice and research to improve your training and nutrition.
Why the Scale Lies About Your Health (and Where to Find the Truth)
Body weight is easy to track. But there are better ways to assess your true health and wellness.
Eric C. Stevens
Don't Count Calories to Lose Weight: The Body Fat Set Point Theory
We are told that 3,500 calories equals a pound of fat. I combed the research for this and got “No items found.”
Pregnancy Diet Affects Fat Levels in Babies
A new study reiterates the importance of a quality diet during pregnancy, especially when it comes to newborn size.
High-Protein Diet Better for Body Fat and Blood Sugar
Is more protein always better? Does working out make a difference? A unique new study explored these questions.
Does Having More Fat Help You Burn More Fat?
People who have lost a lot of weight often note it gets harder the more fat they lose. A new study asks why this is so.
20 Ways to Burn 500 Calories
Knowing that calorie intake is paramount for fat loss, what type and amount of exercise can you add? Here are activity suggestions that burn 500 calories based on your body weight.
How Much Overhead Are You Carrying?
Every firm has a certain amount of overhead. In the human body, we can think of our body fat as overhead. How does this overhead affect us as weightlifters?
The 3 Pillars of Fat Loss
Which is most important in fat loss - caloric restriction, aerobic conditioning, or resistance training? Is any more important than the other? Can one accomplish fat loss without the others?
4 Ways Excess Fat Makes You A Ticking Time Bomb
Fat doesn't just sit on your body; it is actually an organ that produces significant hormones - and can do significant damage. Find out the ways in which excess fat is actually a ticking time bomb.
Fish Oil Increases Lean Mass and Decreases Fat
Athletes are becoming more aware of the empirically based data recommending fish oil supplementation for performance, recovery, and health.
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