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Monthly Archives: May 2011
It’s interesting; most folks have the perception that bodyweight – only training is great for improving your conditioning levels, maybe for losing fat, and not much else. And bodyweight exercises and workouts are fantastic for these things. But it’s a … Continue reading
At a loss when it comes to picking healthy foods at the grocery store? Here’s a ‘done-for-you’ list of 35 foods you can print out and take with you on your next trip: Proteins chicken breastcanned tunadeli turkeyground turkeycheesewhole eggscottage … Continue reading
The equation for fat loss is actually quite simple: move more, eat less, and you’ll lose weight. Unfortunately, it’s much easier said than done And among the challenges in sticking to this equation, finding food that’s: 1. Fast and easy to prepare2. … Continue reading
Taking a lap and stretching for 10 min. before your workout is a thing of the past. We now know that there are much more effective ways to warm up; a ‘dynamic warm-up’ or ‘movement prep session’ are among the … Continue reading
Contrary to popular belief, body weight training can be used to gain size and strength. Gymnasts, for example, use it as a staple of their programs; and you can’t argue that the gymnast in the picture below doesn’t have some … Continue reading