Tag: abs

Break A Sweat, Drop A Pound: 7 Powerful Exercises To Lose Fat

Ladies (and gents), is there anything that’s as stubborn as stomach fat? If your answer is no, you probably haven’t tried some of these exercises to lose fat. Across the globe, about two billion people are overweight. That’s nearly a third of the world population. Obesity comes with negative health effects such as cardiovascular diseases and […]

Vegan Bodybuilder Nimai Delgado Motivation And Chest Workout!

The biggest question vegans or vegetarians get is, “Where do you get your protein from?”. Well now imagine being a bodybuilder and being vegan, that question must come around so much more! Thank goodness for the internet though, as answers to these sorts of questions and ‘myths’ have been made so much more accessible to […]

Boost Your Weight-Loss Efforts With B Complex Vitamins

Approximately 49% of American adults are trying to lose weight according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Centre for Health Statistics (NCHS). While there is no shortage of diets, pills, and potions that ‘promise’ to deliver the desired results, a common vitamin supplement may be a simple yet effective solution […]

Tiger Bend Handstand Pushup Tutorial And Progressions By Austin Dunham

Tiger bend push ups are a great skill to master in the calisthenics world, but they can usually take some time, especially when you are trying to do the whole move without going through the progressions or strengthening the various muscles that contribute to this exercise. Austin Dunham, a calisthenics expert, gives some great tips […]

Argentinian Long Distance Runner, Sofia Luna Motivation

Sofia Luna is an Argentinian long distance runner and has competed in many evens and runs. She shares snippets of her life and her races, as well as some of her training on her social media. Check out some of her posts below for some running motivation!   View this post on Instagram Hola Cachi 👋🏽 […]

Fitness Tips For When You Get Older

As we get older, we are less likely to work out. The CDC reports that 31 percent of people who work out are aged 18 to 24, while only 16 percent of those aged 65 and up exercise. Since the natural aging process changes our bodies, as well as our metabolisms (the body’s resting metabolic rate slows […]

Four Things Even The Healthiest People Can Benefit From Using

People are living longer today than at any point in history, with the number of people aged 65 and older rising from 8% to 12% between 1950 and 2000 in America, and the average lifespan today being approximately 79 years. Advances in preventive science, stem cell technology, and even artificial intelligence have made it much easier to […]