What better way to find out what makes the MFF Enchanted Ninja Clubhouse of Glory and Dreams tick than talking directly with members of the Ninja Army?
Staying healthy and fit as you get older doesn’t require you to become a Time Lord. Science has shown us repeatedly that exercise helps you live longer and goes a long way in preventing serious health issues. But there’s some other stuff you need to do too in order to feel your best as you age.
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.
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!
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?
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.
We tell Ninjas in our Snatched in Six Weeks total body transformation program to eat roughly one gram of protein per pound of body weight per day. That’s because this macronutrient is sexy as f*ck!
Do you ever feel a little uneasy walking into the gym? Does it feel unnatural to take ownership over the weights section? It doesn’t have to be that way! Elizabeth Stacey explains…
From boxing to rowing, yoga and kettlebells, to everything in between, Chris Crowthers has been on a mission for the last eight months to figure out what makes a good fitness class great. Here’s what he found.