The food you eat can have a major impact on your metabolism. Sure, any fad diet can result in weight loss—all it takes is eating less. However, if you want to build a body that remains metabolic—burns fat and builds lean muscle—you need to give it the right fuel to get the job done.
Burn, baby, burn! Burning fat and increasing energy expenditure are two vital focus points for most fitness enthusiasts. While exercise, a healthy diet and supplement regimen are the crucial components to this goal, there are certain thermogenic aids that we could incorporate.
What better way to kick off your day than the fat burning way? If you’re involved in fitness and/or constantly seeking to improve your physique, you’re almost certain to be on board with this plan!
When stress is high, cortisol, the stress hormone, rises. A rise in this hormone can trigger numerous pathways that can affect everything from our emotional wellbeing to our ability to build muscle and burn fat!
IFBB Pro Mary Dent is proof that age is nothing but a number. Active throughout her life, the mother of three became serious about fitness when she started training for her first NPC show at age 45. She earned her pro card at 53 and a few months ago place 5th at her pro debut at the IFBB Patriots Pro— proving that age is truly just a state of mind!
How about a delicious dessert that contains ingredients that may assist in fat burning and increasing energy expenditure? Does this appeal to you?
If you have ever been on a mission to lose weight and/or reduce body fat, then most likely you have become familiar with the term “thermogenic.” But what exactly does this mean and why is it so prevalent in the fitness industry?
When you eat better, exercise more and start living a healthier life for good, the bad habits that have prevented you from achieving your weight loss goals in the past fall to the way side and permanent weight loss becomes a reality! Looking for answers as to why your weight loss is so hard? Here are 7 reasons why you might be having a hard time losing weight.
Thermogenics. If you’re involved in fitness and/or constantly seeking to improve your physique, you’re almost certain to be familiar with this term; however, if you’re not, thermogenic means tending to product heat. Why does this matter to us fitness enthusiasts?
Yes, it is true that losing weight requires creating a calorie deficit—whether that means increasing your daily calorie burn and/or eating less. However, sometimes your ability to burn fat isn’t that simple.
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