Most of us know that Omega-3 Fatty Acids are of very strong benefit to our hearts and circulatory system, but many of us lack the understanding of just how much these fatty fish supplements can improve the quality of your life, and in this case, the quality of your physique.
The V-Taper. It’s the look most of us strive for and one of the most common goals when we begin working out. We all want to achieve that narrow waist and wide shoulders that create the illusion of size, even if we aren’t 220 pounds of solid muscle.
Gaining strength in a natural way isn’t easy, and it definitely takes a specific kind of training method. However, you can magnify the strength-boosting effects of your diet by eating certain foods at specific times of the day.
In men, a decrease in estrogen means less water retention and potentially more muscle mass. All too often men think about estrogen’s alter-ego, testosterone, but forget about estrogen itself when it comes time to get lean and mean. Here are four foods that you can turn to as an anti-aromatase (a fancy of way of saying estrogen preventing!) to help you get the internal and external results that you want.
Eating organic isn’t cheap – especially when you eat as much as you need to in order to gain and maintain muscle mass. The mere thought of buying organic meats and veggies is enough to send many fitness enthusiasts headed for the hills to harvest their own before coughing up that kind of money!
Most of us aren’t capable of being entirely robotic when it comes to our diets, so having some variety is just what is needed to keep shredding up! Here are five of my favorite treats to get excited over and help you stay lean throughout the year.
If you’re looking to build muscle, it’s important to intermittently implement a caloric deficit in order to get the definition you have been working so hard for. But dieting can negatively effect mental abilities, so if you feel yourself starting to lose focus, here are some tricks that can help you keep your mental sharpness – and burn fat quickly.
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