The brain is mightier than your junk-food cravings. Scientists from the Weight Loss Program at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital in New York City found that a simple 30-second distraction technique can help you fight off junk-food cravings. In their ...Read More »
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His motto “Train Your Mind as Hard as You Train Your Body,” may test your muscles and your mind.Read More »
Set the pulley on the cable machine to chest height with a D-handle attachment. Stand upright facing the cable machine and grasp the handle with both hands while keeping the arms fully extended in front of you. From this starting ...Read More »
With summer fast approaching, people are in a frenzy to put the final touches on their physique so they can be in top shape for any of the activities under the sun that will allow them to show off the ...Read More »
Big dense pecs and eye-popping arms simply say a lot about you. However, if you want to generate serious size and strength in the pecs, your training must take a turn toward greater intensity than any beginner program can possibly ...Read More »
Is it optimal to perform full or partial range of motion (ROM) reps? In a study by Gerard McMahon and colleagues, the aim was to identify the differences between training with a full ROM compared to a partial ROM. Recreationally ...Read More »
Bodybuilding.com spokesmodel Jason Wittrock on conquering adversity and helping others find happiness through fitness.Read More »
Bulking and cutting phases might work for heavyweight bodybuilders, but it’s better for physique athletes to stay lean all year. I’ve always believed that in order to be an excellent athlete you have to be a bit extreme. To become ...Read More »
The most basic concept for weight loss is balancing caloric intake with caloric expenditure. If you consume less than you burn, you’ll lose weight; and if you eat more than you burn, you’ll pack the pounds on. Unfortunately, it’s not ...Read More »
Settle into a decline bench as you would for a normal sit-up with your legs secured and arms in front of your chest. Recline until your back is parallel to the ground. When you reach this position, freeze and hold ...Read More »
Several lines of evidence suggest that caloric intake influences the rate of aging and the onset of associated diseases in animals and possibly humans. An increasing body of clinical research shows that cumulative oxidative damage to macromolecules such as protein, ...Read More »
The modest multivitamin might be helping you stay lean. While it often gets beaten up by the mainstream media, an animal study conducted at two French research institutes points to new evidence that vitamin deficiencies can lead to unwanted weight ...Read More »
Hang from a chin-up bar with both arms fully extended using a grip slightly greater than shoulder width. Allow the legs to hang straight down. From this starting position, bend your knees and raise your legs until the torso makes ...Read More »
Do you ever stop and think about what you want out of your workouts? Or do you just show up to the gym with a vague idea of what you are going to do that day? Even if you know ...Read More »
Almonds are an especially good source of healthy fats and are loaded with fiber and protein, but since they are also loaded with calories, this nutrient-dense food is often taken off the table by anyone trying to lean out. However, ...Read More »