The question is how should you work out at home when your gym is closed.
If you had a recent break from your training and want to get back into it, you might be wondering how long it will take for you to get back into your original shape?
If the idea of running sounds good to you but you don’t know where to start and are morbidly obese, then this is the article for you.
When choosing a gym, you might have put more weight on the location of the gym, the equipment it has, and how much it costs per month.
If you are inconsistent with lifting weights in the gym, is there any hope to still make any progress?
Whether you are cash-starved or just uneducated about working out, you wonder how you can go to the gym without a personal trainer.
It is commonly asked for anyone looking to gain both strength and size, can you train both strength and hypertrophy at the same time?
If you find yourself looking for a way to push through mental fatigue on Google, hopefully, this will be the last article you will read.
With all the memes and horrifying planet fitness stories about lifting heavy weights, can you do Starting Strength there?
One question that is often asked by many young adults is how to balance school, work, exercise, fun, relationships, etc.
As I have been strength training over six years, approaching seven, I never really thought about where strength came from.
After reading an excerpt about the longevity diet, it got me thinking whether or not you could combine strength training with living longer?
When discussing powerlifting, it’s important to recognize that there are many different federations and subcategories of powerlifting.
Those who wish to build more muscle generally lift multiple times throughout the week with a plan that incorporates high volume and frequency in order to reach their desired physique as quickly as possible.
It’s easy to think that bigger always equals better; and, when it comes to bodybuilding and lifting, that’s certainly the case—up to a point, that is.
Once we have decided that we would like to lose weight, the majority of people would prefer to do so in a way that will work as fast as possible.
Laziness can plague a good workout routine. It is a tough slump to come out of, and a difficult habit to break.
It seems like every athlete’s favorite part of the week nowadays is having their weekly cheat meal or cheat day.
Strength training techniques, which includes lifting weights and performing push-pull movements have been practiced for ages.
The idea of integrating cardiovascular training with a combination of strength building exercises has been a highly discussed topic by fitness experts, athletes, and exercise physiologists for decades.
You took a long break from lifting weights and now you are beak, can you still expect newbie gains after a break?
It is a common occurrence for many lifters to feel discouraged about not making progress in the gym.
Trying to find the right balance between running and weight lifting can be difficult when determining your goals.
With so many popular diets, food fascinations, and extreme eating trends in the present food culture, it is normal to be curious about what exactly is happening to someone and their body’s physiology during the process of a food trend.
So, you ate a lot of junk food and unhealthy meals today. The big question is should you still go to workout today?
You may want to gain muscle without gaining weight. After all, who does not want to be stronger without being heavier?
If you force yourself to eat, you may hate yourself. On the flip side, if you do not, you will not gain enough weight to make gains. Is there a happy medium?
Training for over 6 years has been great, but it was not all fun and rainbows. Sometimes, I wondered why strength training is so hard.
Should you participate in powerlifting after age 50? Should you even consider strength training? I would say so.