Fitness and entrepreneurship have a lot in common. They’re hard as hell. Succeeding at either requires more work and hustle than feels “fair.” But ultimately, for all the struggle, they’re both totally worth the effort.
True strength comes from the people who surround you. MFF trainer Michael Littig discovered this and two other lessons in an incredibly powerful way when he summited Kilimanjaro with three inspiring members of the Ninja Army.
Calorie counting seems easy, until you actually start. If you’re obsessed with tracking every last bite, here are 3 reasons you may want to slow your roll.
When it comes to working out, sometimes the amount of time that you spend not working can be just as important as the duration or intensity of when you are active. Here’s an overview of the energy systems involved in several popular styles of exercise, and how finding a well-balanced diet of all of them can lead to better health and hotness.
Therapy doesn’t always have to be about life or death. It should be about living a better life. Coach Fury opens up and shares his personal journey with therapy and provides resources for folks who may be on the same journey.
What are you doing this week to nail your nutrition? These delicious, easy-to-assemble, protein-packed recipes will set you up for success and leave you coming back for more.
Tired of hearing about the latest superfood that’s the end-all-be-all for fat loss? When combined with a negative energy balance, here are four non-food sources that can give your metabolism a healthy boost and make your fat loss efforts more effective.
I’m often wedging in workouts on my lunch break, in between meetings, and I find doing this movement complex for 10-15 minutes leaves me feeling strong, capable, and refreshed. Give it a try!
When it comes to snacking, sticking to what you really like will keep you from eating something else, and then looking for more to satisfy what you really wanted. But it’s important to have some guardrails before you dive in.
Embracing strength training doesn’t have to mean throwing away other forms of movement that you enjoy. It’s all about figuring out what kind of movement makes you the feel most alive. So, what moves you?