Running is a fundamental way for humans to express movement. However if you hate running and you’re doing it for fat loss… you’re blowing it.
You are working out for your basic goals: you want more muscle and less fat. How do you make that happen? We got your back! Let’s talk about the answers to three of the most popular questions and get you on that road to fat loss!
You’re ready to make the leap into a new fitness adventure. You got some gym clothes. Your head is in the game. But what if you don’t like your gym? Or what if you get there and it’s so overwhelming that you don’t know what to do? Today we’re revisiting three of our most frequently asked questions about making your workouts work for you.
Away from the gym for the holidays? No problem! Chris Crowthers is back with another bodyweight only workout to keep you feeling fit and fabulous while you’re away from your home gym. It’s a Chris-mas miracle!
All too often, we get caught up in using the scale to measure progress. While there’s nothing inherently wrong with that, there are a ton of other ways to measure progress that are more empowering.
If your goal is to lose fat, your training plan should be designed to help you do so. When it comes to developing strength, muscular size, or aerobic fitness, it’s best to focus on one goal for a set period of time.
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.
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!
Everyone likes to get after it during a workout, but not every training session has to involve running yourself into the ground. The key to finding balance in your fitness is all about embracing moderation.
Of the many pieces of tech making their way into mainstream fitness, heart rate monitors are some of the most ubiquitous. But is heart rate training actually useful if you’re seeking general health and hotness?