How to Start a Diet

Start is always the most difficult stage of the way you are going to keep. You can have plans, ideas and goals in your head, but it’s still imagination if you didn’t start yet. It’s the same about dieting. You are wearing your favorite jacket, and you feel not comfortable, because it’s little bit small for you now. You look at yourself at the mirror, and you are not happy with what you see.»

Overtraining, when it’s time to stop?

You are exercising every day and spending hours in a gym. You are trying as hard as you can, and at the end of the training week you just have no power to move on. You were training too much. Nobody says it’s bad to put many efforts trying to get a great body, but there is nothing good in overtraining. Overtraining leads to loss of motivation and enthusiasm and lack of appetite.»

Top 3 exercises to get a perfect butt

Many bodybuilders work on all groups of muscles, but not glutes. They dream about having a massive back, ripped abs and strong legs, but neglect glutes exercises. So, at the end they get superb abs and a weak, bad looking butt. You have to work on developing your glutes not just for looking good in favorite jeans, but also to have a proportional body and to make all your muscles strong as stone.»

How to cheat on diet and lose weight

All people, who have ever tried dieting, faced the problem of keeping a diet for a long time. When you just start, you are so motivated and sure that you can do it, but when time passes, you are not so sure in yourself anymore. You are just tired of all the restrictions you have to keep. You want to eat all the food you couldn’t eat before. You don’t just break your diet.»

Nutrition tips for getting muscles

Everyone wants to have muscles. But it’s not that easy to get muscular body. While working out is the half of the battle, the food you eat is not less important. The result of your eating habits will appear on your body. And here comes the question. What diet to keep for getting great muscles? Count calories That’s the basics of any diet. To build muscle you need to eat enough protein, carbs and fats.»

Enhance your training results by understanding the Mind/Muscle Connection

Combine these powerful forces to get the most out of your workout. By Eric Broser As a bodybuilder, trainer and coach, one of the things I believe is most essential about successful weight training is achieving a strong mind/muscle connection during every rep of every set. A scientific study conducted by The Cleveland Clinic Foundation is just one of several to have proven the validity of gaining strength by combining mind and muscle power. »

Build Your Perfect Body In 3 Steps

1. You can’t lose weight without exercise. This myth hurts the process of learning how to build a perfect body for many who get stuck with this idea. I’m here to tell you that you can lose weight without doing exercise ten out of ten times. The only scientifically proven way of losing weight is calories in vs. calories out, meaning you have to consume fewer calories than the amount you burn.»

Sleeping Habits – Are They Preventing Optimum Muscle Growth?

Your workouts are progressing nicely, you’re doing everything right in the gym and exercising with proper form using higher reps and heavier weights regularly, but still your muscle growth is slow and painful, at best. Is a lack of sufficient sleep your problem, or at least a big part of it? The Process Of Building Muscles  Think about the process of building muscles – exercise, nutrition and recovery. You tear down the muscles in the gym, creating the micro-tears that force the body to rebuild bigger and stronger.»

5 Supplements Every Man Should Avoid

In an effort to achieve their health and fitness goals, many men are turning to dietary and other supplements to give their bodies a boost. A quick internet search turns up list after list of supplements aimed at helping men to become leaner, fitter and stronger. What is hard to find, however, is a list of supplements men should avoid. In a world of fast marketing and disinformation, it’s easy to be confused about what supplements may actually end up doing more harm than good.»
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