The flailing of bodies that occurs in the gym often has little reasoning attached to it, but when you dive in deeper, it is possible to find people who are actually training for a particular purpose. The average gym-rat routine and exercises look similar, but by simply changing the number of reps completed or weight lifted can bring about a […]Read more ›
- Is Gluten right for you?
- Building the Posterior Chain
- Weight Training for Newbies
- Super-Charging with Supplements
- Getting jacked on a Vegetarian diet
- Tailoring your Training to your Goals
- Slammin’ the Booze and Hittin the Weights
- Why Women should Lift Weights
- Supercharge your Workout Routine
- What is your Relationship with Food?
Is Gluten right for you?0
Go ahead, honey – it’s gluten free! The word gluten is constantly thrown [...]
Building the Posterior Chain0
Honestly, whether guy or girl, who doesn’t want a nice set of glutes? What [...]
Weight Training for Newbies0
” I have a few basic principles I follow, and it helps me stay on track: have [...]
Super-Charging with Supplements1
Carry out detailed research before choosing a supplement to add to your fitness routine. The [...]
Getting jacked on a Vegetarian diet0
Big, juicy cuts of delicious red meat (and products like it) definitely aid in muscle [...]
Tailoring your Training to your Goals0
Without tailoring my training goals, I wouldn’t be in the shape I’m in. The [...]
Slammin’ the Booze and Hittin the Weights0
No Beer in the Gym. Seriously, guys. “Don’t drink and drive” is a popular phrase [...]
Why Women should Lift Weights0
Weights do not make you bulky, a silly stigma that continues to exist, but will firm [...]
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) for Beginners
We’ve all run into them at one time or another — the “Walking Wounded” — men and women who’ve been hurt by one another in the past and carry psychological damage and unresolved anger into present relationships. Have you ever dealt with this? How did you handle it?
What motivates you? Go out and make a difference in the world today!
Set your goals and stick to them by following some of my tips. What are ways you set goals and stick to them? Have you ever achieved a goal? How did you do it? Please let me know! I’d love to hear about your experience.
Reflections from West, Texas and my time spent there. Go out and do good in the world, friends.
“Don’t drink and drive” is a popular phrase we have grown up hearing and one that makes sense for obvious reasons. Alcohol has been around in some form for hundreds, if not thousands of years. It is deeply grained into society and having a few drinks is a regular practice for many people. For you gym enthusiasts, you may be […]Read more ›
The gym continues to be dominated by testosterone filled men, one’s who yell at their weights and check out their abs in the mirror. Okay, this does not apply to a lot of the men who workout, but these few cases may be a reason why females don’t venture into the free-weight area often. Regardless, there is a significant difference […]Read more ›
News flash: there is no such thing as a perfect workout routine. You can stop searching; that elusive plan is never going to be gripped by your fingertips. This news may crush your soul, but hopefully only temporarily. Tune in, because this is going to help you to get back on your feet. Creating yourself a unique routine, which takes […]Read more ›
What is the relationship you have with the food you are eating? At present time, it is more painless than ever to find instant gratification from food at one of thousands of fast food outlets around the world. It is probable that there are at least five choices less than ten minutes away from you if you drive. Fast Food: […]Read more ›
Let’s get serious for a minute – If you plan on really setting things in motion at the gym, you better have the right mindset going forward. All of us workout out for different reasons; we may state similar aspirations vocally, but inside our mind, the picture of where we want to be and what we want to change is […]Read more ›
For some of you out there, making a decision about beginning an exercise program is simple: you are motivated, excited and ready to jump on the train. But oh! One simple problem: where are you going to work out? There is no lack of gyms in North America; you would be hard pressed to not find one driving ten minutes […]Read more ›
Fitness might not often be a top priority for busy college kids, but one Rutgers student is changing that one Instagram photo at a time with her BiteSizedFitness diet and fitness advice. BiteSizedFitness is a creation of Alyse Scaffidi, an Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy graduate student with a passion for health and fitness. Scaffidi said she uses accounts on […]Read more ›
How do you find motivation to exercise when you just don’t feel like getting off your butt? I ask myself this question every now and then, and I have the feeling I’m not the only one. There are a million ways to motivate yourself to exercise, actually, but these are a few that have worked for me. And trust me, […]Read more ›
Whether you have a good excuse like a pulled hammy or you’ve just been too busy with work and friends to slip on your sports bra, it’s never easy to get back into the sweaty swing of things after a long break from exercise. After giving yourself a pat on the back for making the choice to get back on […]Read more ›