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  • Bigger Men Have More Sexual Experience

    Bigger Men Have More Sexual Experience

    A bigger, bulkier frame usually leads to a more active sex life, a new study published in Evolutionary Psychology discovered. The study included more than 60,000 heterosexual men and women and asked for the height, weight, and number of sex partners they’ve had. There was little difference across the height range for number of partners (except for […] More

  • Top 10 Fitness Trends 2016

    Top 10 Fitness Trends 2016

    If you’re wearing a smartwatch on your wrist while performing your last set of pull-ups before you burn a huge amount of calories and improve your metabolism further with a 10-minute HIIT workout, you are following the most popular fitness trends 2016. When it comes to fitness for 2016, HIIT training, bodyweight training and wearable technology are at the top […] More

  • Can You Build Muscle And Lose Fat At the Same Time?

    Can You Build Muscle And Lose Fat At the Same Time?

    Is it possible to build muscle and lose fat at the same time? To be honest, this is quite tricky to do. If you want to gain a great amount of muscle mass, you have to consume an excess amount of calories to encourage the muscle building process. You have to eat more proteins, which are the building […] More

  • Weight Lifting and Risk of Hernias

    Weight Lifting and Risk of Hernia

    When an organ such as the bowel pushes through the muscular wall containing it, it comes to abdominal and groin hernias. Does weight lifting increases risk of hernia? A study from Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska, showed that weight lifting doesn’t increase the risk of hernia and that the risk of hernia wasn’t higher in […] More

  • Weight Lifting Improves Your Sleep

    Weight Lifting Improves Your Sleep

    Lack of sleep and poor sleep quality are connected to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death and abdominal obesity. Research proves regular weight lifting improves sleep quality. A study from Appalachian State University in North Carolina discovered that weight training helped people get asleep faster and improved sleep quality. The time of their training (no matter if they trained in the morning, afternoon […] More

  • How to Maintain Bone Health?

    How to Maintain Bone Health?

    Cycling is extremely beneficial to your leg muscles and cardiovascular system but not so great for your bones. In reality, the more you ride and depending on your diet, the more attention you should to pay to your bone health. Broken bones are fairly common among professional riders. In fact, they are almost a rite of passage. In this […] More

  • Strength and Endurance Simultaneously

    If you want to build strength and endurance simultaneously, combine interval training and weight training. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) includes repetitions of short bouts of high-intensity workout followed by short rest. Endurance training interferes with strength training because it activates different biochemical pathways resulting in improvements in either endurance or strength or endurance. HIIT is very intense and may not interfere […] More

  • Light Weights or Heavy Barbells?

    Light Weights or Heavy Barbells?

    Recommendations about the “best” strength training program for runners change all the time. Should you be lifting light weights many times to increase your muscular endurance or is it better hoisting heavy barbells to maximize neuromuscular recruitment? Different recommendations can make you confused, but new study from McMaster University suggests that you don’t need to sweat the details. […] More

  • 8 Steps to Improve Your Bone Health

    8 Steps to Improve Your Bone Health

    Here are eight effective steps that will help you to improve your bone health. WEIGHT LIFTING: Weight-bearing workout is crucial for new bone formation. Researchers at the Bone and Joint Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Centre in Michigan discovered the best bone-building exercises included jumping for the lower body, and racquet sports such as tennis for the upper body. REST […] More

  • What's the Best Time for Weight Lifting?

    What’s the Best Time for Weight Lifting?

    The best part of the day for weight lifting is the afternoon. This is because the afternoon is the time when your muscle strength is at its peak, your body is warm so there’s a lesser risk of injury, and your pain threshold is at its lowest. Sounds good, right? More

  • Workout Routine: Build Muscle and Protect Joints 4

    Workout Routine: Build Muscle and Protect Joints 4

    DAY III 1.1 DEADLIFT Sets: 9 Reps: 3, as many as possible Rest: 120–180 sec Stand with feet at hip width and bend your hips back to grasp the bar so your hands are just outside your knees. Keeping your lower back flat, pull the bar up until you’re standing. Do eight sets of three […] More

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