A few years ago, I was introduced to a muscle building technique by a good friend called the internet. It promised to give more results in less time, and based on my experiences with it, I’d say that’s been proven true.
Just remember to commit
Heart rate training can be valuable. Knowing your target heart rates for different types of runs can help you make sure you’re not working too hard on easy runs — or too easy on hard runs.
You only go as far as your body lets you
There is no better teacher than pushing yourself to your limit
And if I can do it, you definitely can
Warning: your life will improve after reading this
Whether you’re a skinny guy just starting or an experienced lifter, this one exercise will help you improve performance in the gym and in daily life all while being at home.
Sage advice from the tortoise: slow and steady wins the race.
The gym can be a scary place. It is shrouded in mystery and, from the outside, can seem like a masculinist hell-hole (no matter how much effort gyms put into their all-smiles advertising campaigns). The gym can be an even scarier place for queer people who have learned to avoid perceptibly masculinist hell-holes as scenes of homophobia, transphobia, misogyny, and other forms of violent, hurtful disqualification and judgement. Taken together, this can be a recipe for debilitating gym anxiety.
If you’re tired of your bra squeezing you a little too tightly, this 30-day fat blasting challenge can help you burn fat and tone those upper back muscles!
The general public has no concept of how fast these athletes are
Here are 6 strategies that could help you stay physically active.