Spring is in the air. It’s a time of cleaning things up, discarding the unwanted, and eating healthy. If your food intake hasn’t been as prioritized as it should be, this is the time to re-emphasize it in order to move forward with your fitness goals.
Ever notice those big swole guys in the gym whom are grunting, groaning, and swaying their bodies as they execute their bicep curls? It looks as though their heads are going to explode as they grind out those last few reps of each set.
When you think of the term “love handles,” the last thing that you probably envision is anything to do with love. Those big flabby flaps of fat on the front and sides (and sometimes even back!) are pretty unsightly. So much so, that you really don’t want to have to jog across the street when the light turns yellow.
Because of the rise of the UFC, combat sports are becoming part of the mainstream. More and more athletes want to enter the martial arts world. However, those aspiring to make their bodies fit for the combat sports arena still have some work to do.
Mountain climbing is more than just sightseeing with a tour guide. It also means you have to be physically prepared to walk and climb those vast distances that could span a few days.
If you’re a beginner considering your first climb, spend some time and energy getting your body into the right physical condition. Climbing requires a lot of physical exertion and you don’t want your body to give up on you while trekking a mountain. You’re going to need to build strength, stamina, and the ability to withstand high altitude environments. With the best home exercise equipment, here’s how you should approach your workout:
There is always a huge emphasis put on the actual activity of working out or the results of working out. We always see gym commercials showing people getting their workouts on and sweating it out in fitness centers. Or how about those ads featuring health and fitness gadgets, gizmos, or some sort of “magic formula” with buffed out and super-toned fitness model representing them.
Lower body workouts can be excruciating. That’s really no wonder, as your legs and glutes are pretty large muscles. Because they are so big, they can not only generate a lot of force but also need heavy weight resistance to make sure they get whipped into shape.
Burning those calories is actually easier than most people think.
While there have been all sorts of goofy and bizarre health, fitness, and dietary fads that have come and gone throughout the years, there is really no secret to improving physique and burning fat.
We’ve compiled some easy ways that are actually looked over or unknown to a lot of gym-goers, even athletes. There are magical oils to rub on or shimmying belts to strap onto your waist, just some simple tips that are proven to make all that excess fat melt away.