Research suggested additional protein intake offers no added gains.

19/04/2021 0 Comments

Consider some of these alternatives to your muscle-building nutrition plan.By Scott ‘Future’ Felstead A recent study published in the American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism has become one of the most detailed deep-dives into the effects of diet and resistance training in adults aged between 40 and 64, and results have showed that once …

8 Micronutrients important for performance and where to get them

10/04/2021 0 Comments

Pay attention to these top micronutrients when it comes to your fitness and diet. Citation By Emmie Satrazemis Micronutrients play important roles in supporting your performance. They can directly affect your energy levels for output, muscle recovery, and maintenance, and potentially reduce your risk of illness or injury. While all nutrients are important, here are the top micro you should be paying attention …

Yoga and Mental Health: 3 Steps to Improving the Mind Body Connection

25/02/2021 0 Comments

It’s no secret that yoga can have a profound impact on your physical health, but not everyone is aware of its special relationship with mental health. Mental Health America cites research that shows as little as 20–30 minutes of yoga every day can have a substantial, positive impact on your ability to manage stress and …

5 tips to lose the quarantine 15 in time for summer

20/02/2021 0 Comments

Get back on track with these tips. Citation By Emmie Satrazemis, RD, CSSD If you’re like most of us who’ve been cooped up inside without access to a gym and full access to unlimited snacks, you might have noticed your pants fitting a little tighter these days. And with summer right around the corner, you might be feeling the pressure …

Why the chair challenge is much harder for men

14/02/2021 0 Comments

Can you defeat the chair challenge? Maybe if you’re a woman. Citation By Roger Lockridge The fitness industry is always looking for the next great challenge. The harder it is, the better. Well, this one will appear easy, and it should be for most of the women that read this. Men, on the other hand, could fail …

FIT FOR THE HOLIDAYS: NUTRITION

08/02/2021 0 Comments

These healthy-eating tips can help you stay lean and ripped. Citation By M&F Editors Eat, drink, and be merry— but not too merry. When it comes to food, celebrate—but with control. Taking these few simple steps will help make sure that your nutrition doesn’t suffer. The average person can consume up to 4,500 calories during holiday celebrations, and …

5 steps to mental wellbeing

04/02/2021 0 Comments

Citation By: nhs.uk Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life. 1. Connect with other people Good relationships are important for your mental wellbeing. They can: help you to …

Running Can Reduce the Risk of Death—and You Don’t Even Have to Run That Far

04/02/2021 0 Comments

Citation By: Cailyn CoxFitness You may not consider yourself much of a runner, and other physical activities are a lot more fun. Still, according to a study, there are undeniable health benefits associated with running. Most importantly, running is believed to reduce your risk of early death by up to almost 30 percent, and you …

4 KEY THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR METABOLISM

30/01/2021 0 Comments

If losing fat and staying lean is your goal, bear the following metabolic facts in mind. Citation By M&F Editors Metabolism means how quickly your body burns calories, and that speed varies drastically from person to person. But somehow the term has been pigeonholed into more basic terms. One’s metabolism is not a black-and-white issue, it is much …

STUDY SHOWS POSSIBLE REVERSAL OF PHYSICAL DECLINE IN OLD AGE

30/01/2021 0 Comments

A new study claims a hormone in adults can help reverse the physical decline. Citation:By Jeff Tomko The elusive fountain of youth may be closer to us than we’ve realized, according to science. A new study out of the University of Southern California claims that physical decline among older adults may be reversible after finding a powerful hormone in humans …