Fitness

For all the money you spend on your fitness life to be worth it, you first must program your mind.
There are athletes who like to compete in both powerlifting and weightlifting. So, how do they train?
When you think of a good workout, no doubt you picture yourself covered in sweat, muscles aching, lungs burning, and pushing yourself to your limits...it's not the only way to get healthy.
The blooming flowers mean the end of trainer time, right? Not so fast.
It sounds too simple, but the best corrective exercise is the exercise itself.
Since the FDA recommends finding alternative treatment and management methods to alleviate the muscular pain and stiffness caused by fibromyalgia isn't it worth giving yoga a try?
Wouldn't it be awesome if there was an easy way to diagnose and treat depression as simply as pressing a button on your smartphone and having an app alert you if you are depressed?
A deeper understanding of human needs and motivation will allow you to zero in on the practices that will bring success.
These exercises are for everybody who is ready for a unique physical challenge.
Despite sensational claims, research suggests that the EPOC effect is fairly small, and probably makes only a minor contribution to weight loss.
Squatting big weight must start with a proper bodyweight squat, and there is a process to get you to that solid foundation.
The most important muscle in your body is one you probably have never thought about.
We've all had those days when we're just too tired or stressed to work out...Not only does dopamine help us feel the reward, but it's the thing that encourages us to work toward them.
Toss out the clutter in your fitness life and get back to what has always worked.
Talk to any vegetarian, and they will gladly extol the virtues of a veggie-based diet, and there are many health benefits including reduced risk of heart disease, better glucose control, and more.
If you vary your squats through different stances and foot placements, you can bring up weak points that have been holding you back.
Knowledge is more than just power—it's the best way to stay healthy as you undergo treatments like Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT). You may be putting your heart at risk.