The mind-muscle connection is the theory that concentrating on your muscles as you work them will help you to build muscles faster and bigger. While there is limited research on the topic, a few isolated research studies suggest that you can boost muscle activation by mentally focusing on the muscle that is meant to work on a specific exercise.
Coffee is a popular drink and, whether you drink it regularly or just like the occasional cup, it seems that it can have a positive effect on your health and fitness. Though you might like to lay off the cream and sugar, here are a few advantages you can enjoy with your next brew.
Whether starting a new health kick or looking to take your existing plan to the next level, you’ll almost have certainly encountered the idea of taking supplements. They can provide added nutrients, increased calorie burning, and promote better muscle recovery. While there are many options for a variety of goals on the market, Glucosamine is easily among the most likely candidates.
Nutrition forms the foundation of any successful healthy living plan, but finding a diet that works isn’t always easy. Unfortunately, this is something that millions of people discover the hard way every single year.
Are you on a mission to shape up, lose weight and get lean? Whether you’re embarking on a fitness regime for the first time, you feel like you’ve tried everything to drop pounds or you’re keen to adapt the way you train to burn more fat, cardio training can help you get the results you desire. Exercise can transform your life if you know how to tailor your workouts to hit your goals.
If you’re not used to training hard, you may have a rose-tinted vision of the muscle building process. It’s easy to assume that increasing muscle mass is simple, especially if you have time to devote to working out.
2018 is here and I hope you had an amazing time over the holiday period with the loved ones! Are you ready for the new year? How did you start? Did you make any resolutions?
Last time this year Statisticbrain released data on new year resolutions and looks like 21.4% of the people who made one decided to lose weight and eat healthier in 2017. Unfortunately, statistics also show that less than half of the resolution makers make it past 6 months and stay on track. How can you make sure your resolution becomes a long-term goal?
Calorie counting is debated to be one of the most efficient tools for weight loss. It requires you to become more organized, spend more time on planning your meals and record what, when and how much exactly you eat or drink on any given day and generally needs more thought. I am one of the proponents and if you are struggling maintaining a healthy weight I think you should be one too. Here is why.