While some seem to have an easy time with weight loss, others can have a real challenge maintaining a healthy weight. Research at the San Diego School of Medicine shows that the key to maintaining weight loss may be as simple as a handful of walnuts.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and other well-known bodybuilders were known to perform 30-40 sets per body part. The split system was the exact opposite of the Arthur Jones training system, which advocated High-Intensity Training, acronym HIT.
Looking at the ripped musculature of Ben Booker, it would be easy to assume he slaves away at an hour or two of cardio every day to keep the body fat away. Shockingly, he does far less— actually, none!
New research conducted in Denmark suggests that drinking three to four glasses of red wine per week may lower your chance of getting diabetes.
It turns out that our air, even in areas where levels are deemed “healthy,” can be bad. What’s worse is that the quality of the air can be a cause of premature death for the elderly, those with respiratory ailments such as asthma, or young people.
VR or Virtual Reality is the newest gadget in tech! Just think of it! You can immerse yourself in a world far beyond your dreams, and you won’t just be sitting down to do it.
Taking some fish oil may help you achieve a six-pack faster, according to a study in the International Journal of Obesity. In the study, participants were given either sunflower oil or DHA-rich fish oil. Research subjects were divided into exercisers and non-exercisers. The exercise group was instructed to exercise at 75 percent of their maximum heart rate for 45 minutes, three times a week.
It’s truly not too late to salvage your summer. You can get appreciably fitter, stronger, and more defined in a matter of a few weeks with some dedication and sweat equity. Just take these four steps to get started.
There are many aspects to developing the concept of eating to grow. First, you have to determine just how many calories you actually need to maintain your weight with regards to total daily energy expenditure. Second, you need to consider how active you are in the gym or on your job. Third, you have to adjust your macronutrients (carbs, fats and protein) to meet your individual needs.
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