Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Even if you do all the right things during your waking hours – eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly – you cannot claim to live a rounded healthy lifestyle if you stay up all hours. Ensuring you sleep...
How we perceive food can play a big part in the amount we eat. Studies have shown that using smaller plates, or plates that are a different colour from your food, can result in eating less. There’s also...

The 7 Rules Of Weight Loss

To transform your brain as well as your body, we’ve compiled a guide to everything you need to know to build a lean, defined body. 1. Think Process, Not Outcome According to the science of habit change, goals should be...

How To Measure Body Fat

Apart from looking in the mirror, stepping on the scales remains the most common method people use for checking on the progress of their exercise regime. However, while weight is undoubtedly a useful measure of fitness for many...
For decades eating fat, specifically saturated fat found in meat and dairy, was blamed as the leading cause of many conditions and diseases ranging from obesity to cancer to heart disease. With the research behind those findings now...
When you look at your naked body in the mirror, what do you see? Unless you are some sort of genetic muscle mutant, your body will fall into one of the three typical body shapes. The idea that human...
Bodyweight exercises get a bad rap from most gym-goers. Why do press-ups when you can bench press? Do squat jumps really build my leg muscles as well as squats? If you are solely focused on building as much muscle...
The mistake many people make when they try to get back into training is to go too hard too soon, obliterating their motivation and leaving their body broken after a couple of intense sessions. “When easing back into a...
This two-move, whole-body workout challenge will make you stronger, torch fat and improve your cardio fitness in just 15 minutes. It uses the concept of a workout ladder, where you do one rep of an exercise then two reps...
It may have achieved unprecedented popularity in the past few years but whatever you’ve heard, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) isn’t new. In 1912, Finnish athlete Hannes Kolehmainen used interval-style training in his preparation for the Olympics, and came...
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