It’s not easy to build muscle. Every guy knows that. Yes, you go into the gym, and you lift weights, and you may seem some gains. … Continue reading 10 Muscle-Building Fundamentals You Need to Learn
Frozen shoulder (also referred to as adhesive capsulitis) is a condition often diagnosed when someone experiences ongoing shoulder stiffness and pain that lasts at least several weeks at a time. It’s most likely to develop when inflammation increases around the shoulder due … Continue reading Frozen Shoulder Symptoms, Natural Treatment & Exercises
Mums may remind you of autumn gardens, but did you know that chrysanthemum tea has been consumed in Asia for hundreds of years? If you love … Continue reading Chrysanthemum Tea Health Benefits and How to Make
Every person’s health and well-being depends on how well their body removes and purges toxins. With exposure to environmental toxins, toxic body care products and processed foods, most people are in desperate need of a serious detox! A liver cleanse … Continue reading Liver Cleanse: Detox Your Liver in 6 Easy Steps
If you’re one of the people who has the new coronavirus take hold in your body, what exactly does it do to you? Since knowledge is … Continue reading What Does the New Coronavirus Do to Your Body?
Fasting was easy for our ancient ancestors. There were no all-night diners or frozen pizzas to tempt them. They had no choice but to ignore that gnawing emptiness in their stomachs until they happened upon a bush of ripe berries … Continue reading Intermittent Fasting Eating Window – IF Weight Loss Tips
Septuagenarian runners continue to rewrite the record books. The latest to make his mark? Paul Perry, 75, of Orland Park, Illinois, who is going after middle-distance times on the indoor oval this winter. Perry went to the Armory in New … Continue reading 75-Year-Old Runs World Record for 3,000 Meters
If you’re planning a vacation, the last thing you want to do is get sick or have a medical emergency while you’re away. Not every travel … Continue reading Avoid Common Travel Illnesses
Over the last few decades, we’ve seen a measurable increase in chronic lower back pain in the U.S. It is estimated that at some point in our lives, 80 percent of Americans will experience back pain. This has led to … Continue reading Lower Back Exercises & Stretches for a Strong, Pain-Free Back
Supplement companies claim that prebiotics (which are one thing) and probiotics (another thing!) can strengthen immunity, aid weight loss, and even extend life. But is any of that true? Here’s what you should know: What are prebiotics? They’re soluble fibers, … Continue reading Prebiotics vs. Probiotics: What You Should Know
Can everyday habits, products (coffee!) and strategies actually help your memory? Sometimes, yes, says P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.B.B.S., director of Duke University’s Neurocognitive Disorders Program and MH brain health advisor. Here, he weighs in on which popular memory products and … Continue reading Which Natural Memory Boosters Really Work?
There’s no such thing as a must-do exercise. This is the truth about fitness, even though not everyone understands that. Walk into any gym, and you’ll see a host of guys doing barbell deadlifts, for example, and somewhere in that … Continue reading 5 Overrated Gym Exercises — And the Moves You Should Do Instead
The outdoor fitness park at Muscle Beach South Beach (MBSB) in Miami sprouts from the coral sand at the intersection of Ninth Street and Ocean Drive. A cadre of improbably toned bodies float off the bars, performing freestyle-calisthenics moves like … Continue reading Miami’s Muscle Beach South Beach Fitness Park Is Better Than Ever
Nothing hurts as good as a great ab workout, unless that workout is the wrongworkout and that burn you’re feeling isn’t just your core muscles building themselves back into a six-pack. You know the feeling—it’s in your back. You might … Continue reading Don Saladino Demonstrates Deadbug Abs Exercise to Save Your Back
Arnold Schwarzenegger is an outspoken activist and brand founder and pitchman. Before that, he was the governor of California. Before that, he was one of the most iconic action stars in Hollywood. But the most successful, most remarkable version of … Continue reading Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 6 Bodybuilding Rules to Build Muscle
It’s time to talk about something: snacking on the keto diet and how much of a completebummer it can be. (Unless you’re into carrying around shots of whole cream or sizzling steaks as snacks; in which case, weird.) But it’s … Continue reading The 20 Best Keto Protein Bars, According To Nutritionists
This program from trainer Gerren Liles will give you a set of steps to help master the pullup, a classic exercise that strengthens your back, arms, and shoulders using only your bodyweight. Use the Mobility and Strength exercises to prep … Continue reading Master the Pullup Using This Program With Accessory Exercises
Quads, Hamstrings, Glutes. Those are the usual muscle groups that come to mind you think of your leg day. But if you’re only training those muscle groups, you may not be working through a complete leg workout. Don’t forget your … Continue reading 10 Best Calf Workouts and Exercise Moves to Build Muscle And Strength
Summer is coming. And you know what that means. Beach season is here, and that means shirts are optional. If you’ve been putting in your gym work throughout the winter, you just may be all ready to show off your … Continue reading Get Summer Body Ready Using These Workouts and Exercises
Question: What are the best foods to eat in the morning for weight loss? Answer: One word: protein. A slew of research shows that a high-protein breakfast, like eggs and bacon, trumps high-carb eats such as cereal. In addition to … Continue reading The Best Breakfast For Weight Loss
Brandon Lilly is one of the strongest men on the planet, an elite powerlifter who’s squatted 843 pounds. But then a knee injury sidelined him in 2014. “I had to look at myself in the mirror,” he says. “The whole … Continue reading How to Breathe During Your Workout to Be Stronger and Effective
If cereal and milk is your fave breakfast of all time, but you’re on a low-carb diet, the prospects may seem…bleak. But there are options! Just be sure to not only fixate on the carb content. For a truly healthy … Continue reading 10 Best Low-Carb Cereals – Low-Carb Meusli, Granola, And More
Bummed out about your dwindling strands? You could benefit from switching up your shower routine, starting with a shampoo for thinning hair. The best shampoos for thinning hair can improve volume, growth, and circulation of the follicles, creating an environment … Continue reading Best Shampoos For Thinning Hair 2019
There are a whole bunch of great things that happen during a stellar workout: your mood increases, for one. Your sweat-stained tee is a badge of honor of sorts. And if you do it time and time again, results are … Continue reading Should You Exercise With a Migraine?
Hotly debated fitness topics are in no short supply: yoga vs. pilates, cardio vs. strength training, and the treadmill vs. outdoor running. But no dispute is as polarizing as the one surrounding morning vs. evening workouts. Of course, the absolute best time to … Continue reading 5 Benefits of Working Out in the Morning
Cow’s milk is full of amazing nutrients: The childhood favorite boasts a healthy dose of protein, calcium, and vitamin D in one 8-ounce glass, all for a … Continue reading Soy Milk Is the Best Dairy-Free Milk Option – Best Non-Dairy Milk
Dieters often give up fatty steaks and pork for leaner cuts of meat like chicken breast. But people on the ketogenic diet embrace a high-fat, low carb lifestyle, meaning those greasy eats are never off limits. If you’re new to … Continue reading 8 Best Keto Meats to Eat – Fatty Meats For Keto Diet
Devonta Freeman begins his recovery process with a massage on Monday morning. The goal: to keep his hips loose, as they’re key to his explosive change-of-direction ability. Forty-five muscle groups attach to your pelvis. Just one tight muscle can throw off … Continue reading What Devonta Freeman Can Teach You About Muscle Recovery
Have you ever looked at pictures of bodybuilders and wondered how the eff they get those crazy 10-packs? Yeah, me too. Apparently, in addition to the gym time, it takes lots and lots of food: “When I’m in prep and … Continue reading Bodybuilder Ariella Grinberg Shares Her Competition Diet
Countless people have experienced the benefits that come with strength training as adults as a way to break from their sedentary routines to get fit — but for many, the introduction to weight lifting and conditioning came in their teenage … Continue reading What Age Is Safe to Start Lifting Weights
A 4-month-old baby recently died after contracting meningitis, likely from an unvaccinated person, according to WTRV. Killy Schultz died on June 30 after developing a rash and high fever after being at daycare. Now, Killy’s parents are urging everyone to … Continue reading Parents Issue Meningitis Vaccine Warning After 4-Month-Old Dies
If you’re not already one of the 1.2 million people following Kelsey Wells, you might remember her from this viral photo showing how little the number on the scale really matters. People were so blown away by how ripped she looked in her … Continue reading Kelsey Wells Workout – What Is The PWR Workout?
Ready for yet another reason to eat your veggies? Leafy greens and vegetables like broccoli and cabbage are loaded with vitamin K, an important nutrient that’s been associated with improved insulin sensitivity, a reduced risk of cancer and improved heart … Continue reading Top 10 Vitamin K Foods & Benefits of Foods High in Vitamin K
You’ve been told since you were a child to drink your milk and eat your spinach. Calcium keeps bones and teeth strong! As a child you probably drank – or choked down – your milk at the urging of your … Continue reading Calcium Supplements – Bad for your heart? Blah for your bones?
Even though you didn’t push a baby out of your vagina, sex is probably the last thing on your mind after a C-section. Sleepless nights and a wailing infant do not exactly make a sexy soundtrack. Plus, your hormones are … Continue reading Sex After C-Section: When Can You Have Sex After A C-Section?
If you’re over 50 years old and have blurry or wavy vision and/or a blind spot in the center of your vision, you may have Age-Related Macular Degeneration. The good news is it’s painless. The bad news, AMD is kind … Continue reading Age-Related Macular Degeneration: a Frustrating Condition to Live with and Treat
Eating disorders are complex, and potentially fatal conditions that can have serious consequences for general health, professional productivity, and personal relationships. They are not fads, phases, or vanity lifestyle choices. They are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that affect a person’s … Continue reading A Matter Of Life And Death: Eating Disorders
Giving a woman just one orgasm is cause for celebration. But any woman who can climax once can probably cross the finish line again—and again. The ability to come more than once is biological gift exclusive to the fairer sex. … Continue reading How to Give Her Multiple Orgasms
If you’ve only ever held a basic plank, it’s time to expand your core repertoire. Standard plank position shouldn’t be your end all, be all move to work your abs; it should be a starting point. There are tons of … Continue reading Superhero Fit Workout of the Day: Plank Walk-Ups
According to research conducted at Harvard University, omega-3 fatty acid deficiency is officially one of the top 10 causes of death in America, claiming the lives of up to 96,000 people each year. Out of the 12 dietary, lifestyle and metabolic risk factors … Continue reading 13 Omega-3 Fish Oil Benefits and Side Effects
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson isn’t shy about sharing his personal journey with depression. The Jumanji star has long been open about his mental health history, and is now sharing more with fans on Twitter. “Got tons of responses to this. … Continue reading Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Opened Up About His Battle With Depression
Yoga; you love it for its centering capabilities, stress reduction, and the mild workout. But did you also know that yoga can also be an effective treatment for osteoporosis? Research has shown that yoga can prevent, slow* — and in … Continue reading Yoga’s Benefits for Osteoporosis
If you’re thinking about switching to a plant-based diet, Rich Roll can help. The ultra-endurance athlete and best-selling author went vegan when his health took a nosedive right before his 40th birthday, and he hasn’t looked back since. Last September, … Continue reading Rich Roll Vegan Diet: What the Ultra-Endurance Athlete Eats In a Day
Eight years before he had the chiseled physique you see now, Andre Crews was like most guys: an average Joe who wanted more out of life … Continue reading 6 Fitness Tips to Build the Body You’ve Always Wanted
Did you know that iodine deficiency is now regarded by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the most prevalent and easily preventable case of impaired cognitive development in children in the world? There are at least 30 million suffering from … Continue reading Iodine Deficiency Epidemic: How to Reverse It for Your Health
You know you should savor your dinner slowly at the kitchen table, but honestly, it’s so much more fun to eat it in front of the TV. But if you’re trying to lose weight, forcing yourself to focus on your … Continue reading Mindful Eating Tips For Weight Loss – Mindful Eating And Weight Loss Research
Few things scream “I’m a fit guy” quite like a pair of strong, jacked biceps. And the key to building a set of sleeve-busters is an arm routine that gives you a great muscle pump. To score that essential pump, … Continue reading 4 Bicep Exercises for Bigger Arms – Ultimate Bicep Workout
You expect to be a sweaty mess when you’re working out, but what about when you’re sitting in an all-staff meeting? Or simply strolling from your office to your buddy’s down the hall? Regular sweating—say, you’re in the middle of … Continue reading Excessive Sweating Signs – What Is Hyperhidrosis?