Are you a super busy bee wanting to give your behind a boost? IFBB Bikini Pro Jennifer Andrews has got you covered with her new 30-MINUTE FIT FAST WORKOUT!
Consumer Reports recently surveyed 15 Supplement Ingredients to Avoid. Possible risks include liver damage, heart attack and even cancer! Not only that, if you’re taking prescription medicine, it could interact in a dangerous way that may even lead to death! Of these supplements, one of the most popular is green tea extract.
Your body needs proper fuel in order to operate— plain and simple. Combined with resistance training, it takes both carbohydrates and protein to build muscle and thereby naturally raise your metabolism.
Pauline Nordin, Founder of Fighter Diet, is back with another workout to whip our butts into shape! Like her “Butt of Steel” Workout, the Butt Bible Blast focuses on strengthening, lifting and shaping the glutes.
A new study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research has confirmed that high-intensity resistance and impact training can improve bone mineral density! This is phenomenal news, as there has been a question mark regarding whether postmenopausal women should train.
Exercise is key to a healthy lifestyle, but many people worldwide are afflicted by sedentary jobs where they work eight to 12 hours a day or longer. Many have said that “sitting” is the new “smoking” because of the stress it puts on your body in general.
We came across a new study published in September edition of The Lancet that may just shift how we eat altogether. A high-fat diet can increase your life span, but a high-carb diet will shorten it? Yes, according to researchers.
A new study published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Human Nueroscience shows that older people who routinely engage in physical exercise can reverse the signs of aging in the brain. But, what stands out the most in this study is that dancing has the most profound effect.
If you like to skate and want to burn fat, here’s something to get your mind around this fall: inline skating burns, on average, between 570 and 900 calories an hour! In fact, studies have found that inline skating is more aerobic than cycling, while producing less than half the impact shock to joints as running.
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