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Cook up delicious, memorable, fat loss-friendly meals in less time than it takes to read this article We have a confession. We called the recipes in this article “15-Minute Feasts” because it sounds catchy. But most of these recipes don’t take 15 minutes to make… they actually take less than that. OK, if you lost…
The human body is made up of 60%+ water. Your body needs that water to perform many vital functions including joint lubrication, temperature regulation, flushing waste, organ function, and carrying oxygen and nutrients to cells. Without proper hydration, you run the risk of jeopardizing these functions, as well as exposing yourself to adverse effects on your brain.
Get your smoothie goodness in a glass by throwing these healthy ingredients in a blender
It can sometimes feel like the fitness industry is in a constant rush to find the next big thing – the new diet, workout class or item of training kit that will get amazing results. In the process, everyone ends up overlooking tried-and-tested tools that do an outstanding job. Take the dumbbell, for example…
Trail Running Technique Tips.
Once you leave the pavement, it’s less simple than left foot, right foot. Here’s how to change your movement from the ground up
Going on a day hike can be an exhilarating experience that leaves you with a sense of accomplishment and a renewed connection with nature. From breathtaking scenery to once-in-a-lifetime wildlife encounters, you never know what you might discover out on the trail.
When you’re in the gym and want a complete workout but are short on time, make a beeline for the rowing machines. You’ll strengthen muscles all over your body and boost your cardiovascular fitness to boot, and if you push the pace it takes no time at all to completely exhaust yourself on a rower, burning a proverbial boatload of calories in the process.
Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase “abs are built in the kitchen.” And while there is some level of truth to this maxim, the idea obscures the fact that exercising your core is about so much more than aesthetics.
Although coffee has been linked to several promising health benefits such as improved physical performance, lowered risk of type 2 diabetes, and even protection from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, caffeine has been linked to negative and potentially detrimental side effects.
Friends don’t let friends skip leg day! Not only are many muscles in your lower body, such as your glutes, part of your core, but these are also the muscles that literally get us around every day. By maintaining a strong lower body, you’ll help stabilize your core, increase balance and look great. While we…