Since taking your workout routine to a new level or starting to workout again after a long time, you may be starting to notice that with this new increase in activity comes something not so fun. Aching muscles. Sore body parts. Any increased intensity to your workout and exercise routine is liable to cause Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS), which (although sometimes
You may work out two times a day, eat a healthy meal right on time and take every necessary precaution to get in shape, yet you do not see visible changes that are good enough. Well, you are not the only one suffering from this problem. Weight loss is a challenging task and even the smallest thing, which we often
Schools are going virtual, companies are telling employees to work remotely and people are staying home. The coronavirus, which was declared a pandemic on March 11, means we'll all be spending way more time inside. The rapid spread of the virus means more of us will choose -- or be forced to -- minimize our time outside of home with
As you may have heard by now, the coronavirus is spreading, mainly in the media, but also in real world. You, as an avid gym-goer, might think: "should I go to the gym and risk getting infected with the coronavirus?" The answer to this question is not as simple as it may seem and depends on a range of circumstances.
The body produces testosterone in both men and women to regulate body mass, work with other hormones, and control sex drive. In men, testosterone contributes to the distribution of fat and red blood cell production, but testosterone levels start to decrease after the age of 30 at a rate of around 1% a year. Some of the benefits of increasing your testosterone levels include improvement in your body
Not Getting The Results You Want From The King Of Leg Exercises- The Squats? Here Are Some Likely Culprits!
If you want to see great results in the gym, build more muscle and get ripped, the squat is a non-negotiable. A heavy barbell squat hammers almost every muscle in your body while stimulating a lot of growth and a massive hormonal response—over time, including squats in your workout will help you gain more size and strength overall. Whether or not the squat is
It seems no matter how hard some people work out, or how much muscle mass they put on, one area of the body seems too stubborn to tone up—the belly. It can be really disheartening to spend hours toning up your abs, only for them to remain hidden by a little flabby layer of fat that doesn’t seem to want to shift, no matter what
Once you mastered how to bench press correctly, you mastered gains. If there is one exercise that doesn't need introduction, it's the bench press. Yet, many people perform it incorrectly, hindering their gains and potentially risking the integrity of their skulls as well. The bench press is one of the BIG 5 exercises that can give you a full body workout and
You know your workout like the back of your hand — because you do it five times every week. Now that you’ve got your trusty routine down, your brain can rest comfortably on autopilot while you go through the motions. Doing the same gym routine puts you in serious danger of falling into a fitness rut. Not only are fitness
Whether you are a gym oldie or newbie, the following has most likely has happened to you: You hit the weights very hard making all big gains, then all of a sudden your muscles stop responding and become glaringly stagnant. Gains are harder to come by and your workouts lack the same vigor as before. What happened?…You’ve hit a rut