Category: Lifestyle

Danny Bozhilov

/ Posted 06.24.2013

Photographed at Gold’s Gym, Venice, CA   Height: 5’11”  Age: 29 Weight: 194 contest; 210 off-season Training: Monday: legs; Tuesday: … continue reading

Wheat Whacker

According to the May/June ’10 Well Being Journal, whole grains contain a substance called phytic acid that combines with iron, … continue reading

Sugar Is Sickening

/ Posted 06.18.2013

You already know that sugar can make you fat, but do you realize that it may also make you sick—or … continue reading

Facebook Confidence

/ Posted 06.15.2013

According to the December ’12 Prevention, spending time logged in to your social network can boost your self-esteem. That comes … continue reading

The Case for Power Shrugs

/ Posted 06.13.2013

There are shrugs, and there are power shrugs. Most athletes who do shrugs do them with relatively light weights and … continue reading

What Is Motivation?

/ Posted 05.31.2013

I’m considered to be a good motivational speaker, but what exactly is motivation? My expert opinion: Motivation is like a … continue reading

Headache Healers

/ Posted 05.28.2013

Pounding headaches are no fun and can become debilitating. If you get frequent headaches, you may be deficient in magnesium. … continue reading

How to Achieve “Shredditude”

/ Posted 05.25.2013

Q: I will be celebrating my 50th birthday this spring. I really like your “walking down the beach at age … continue reading

Allow Me to Confuse You

/ Posted 05.20.2013

Let me guess. You’ve got to train today, and you don’t want to—that’s “don’t,” spelled “do not” with the emphasis … continue reading

The Benefits of Doing Nothing

/ Posted 05.16.2013

According to the Winter ’12 Prevention, you should take time for daydreaming. It appears that it may sharpen learning ability and … continue reading

Beat Monday Blues

More than 75 percent of workers confess that Mondays make them miserable, according to the December ’11 Prevention. Solution? Alex … continue reading

There’s No Turning Back—This is Serious

/ Posted 04.10.2013

Weight training is a double-edged sword. Swish! Swoosh! I intentionally skipped a workout last week due to severe FBMS (fatigue … continue reading

The Zinc Link

/ Posted 04.08.2013

A number of studies have established that zinc is essential to protect against oxidative stress and help repair DNA damage. In … continue reading

Your Road Map to Success

/ Posted 04.07.2013

The world just seems to work for those who know what their goals in life are. A goal is a … continue reading

The Surprising Benefit of Washing Up

….Most people know that one of the best way to keep from getting colds and other viruses is to wash … continue reading

Go Green for Happiness

/ Posted 03.29.2013

Feeling a little blue at work? Go green—as in adding foliage. According to the June ’12 Health, a study in … continue reading

Arina Manta and Guy Grundy

/ Posted 03.26.2013

Arina Manta Height: 5’4”  Weight: 113 Training: Monday: legs, abs; Tuesday: biceps, triceps, abs; Wednesday: beach workout (Rollerblading, sand resistance … continue reading

The Front Squat

/ Posted 03.22.2013

If you really want to find out how strong someone’s hips, legs and glutes are, have him or her do … continue reading

Loni Willison

/ Posted 03.14.2013

Age: 29 Weight: 135 Height: 5’8” Hometown: Hemet, California Current residence: Los Angeles Occupation: Nurse’s assistant at the Biomed Spa … continue reading

Is Your Water Bottle Killing You?

/ Posted 03.11.2013

If you’re serious about building muscles and staying healthy, you need to be aware of bisphenol A. BPA is a … continue reading

Eve Dawes

/ Posted 03.02.2013

Height: 5’3” Weight: 100-104 Age: 32 Started training: To balance my musculature, to help with my scoliosis, to build strength … continue reading

Shut Up and Work Out

/ Posted 02.27.2013

According to Rasmussen polls of likely voters, incumbent President.… Word out of the White House today regarding the Supreme Court’s … continue reading

Magnesium and Mortality

/ Posted 02.24.2013

Data from a long-term study of nearly 60,000 people suggest that increasing the amount of magnesium in the diet could … continue reading

The Sugar-Cancer Connection

Lately researchers have made a lot of connections between sugar and cancer. Insulin surges and sugar consumption have been linked … continue reading

Vitamin A May Reduce Skin Cancer Risk

/ Posted 02.21.2013

Previous laboratory studies suggest that increased consumption of vitamin A and carotenoids helps protect against melanoma. Maryam Asgari and colleagues … continue reading

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