The big problem with statements like “hard work beats talent,” as us professional fitness trainers and sports coaches often say, is that it always assumes that “hard work” is the answer. However, the undeniable reality is:
Metabolism is a term that is used to describe all chemical reactions involved in maintaining the living state of the cells and the organism.Metabolism is closely linked to nutrition and the availability of nutrients. Bioenergetics is a term which describes
Make sure you watch this video before you start any weight loss plan, because In this video I uncover the fundamentals of burning fat and why your not losing weight!
In this video I cover one of the most commonly asked question: How to build muscle, why your not gaining size, how to gain weight and weight gain tips. So watch this video and follow these crucial steps for building muscle.
In this video I show an intense abs workout that you must try. If wondered; How to get six pack or how to get flat stomach watch this video for great ab exercises to help to lose belly fat, whilst on a good nutrition plan watch this!
Although it is not that big of a muscle in the legs, it is amazing how much calf development goes into how your legs look whether you are onstage or just walking around. If they are not trained properly,
Do you have stubborn muscle groups that refuse to grow no matter how hard you train them? Do you find it impossible to get a good pump in one of your muscles? Well the answer is here, and it's been inside...
Professional bodybuilders are divided into two camps: the light weight, high-rep camp and the heavy weight. In order for a muscle to grow, muscle overload must occur with resistance exercise; no argument there, however several books have advocated high-rep
Fueling mind and muscle go hand in hand. What an athlete consumes is just as important as when it’s consumed. Regardless of your goals—if you’re looking to shed some pounds, gain some muscle mass, increase energy levels, amp up your workout, or tweak your
Osteoporosis does affect four times as many women as men but men are still at risk. And, young people are too. And, by the time a person suffers from poor posture, they already have osteoporosis, a disease that typically takes years to develop.