Lots of diets can get you lean, but how do you keep body fat in check all year long without being on a diet? We ask our experts about their everyday strategies.
For over 60 years, the fitness industry has believed that cutting calories by 3500 results in a 1-pound loss. The industry is really, really, wrong.
Nearly every trainer will say that you can't spot reduce. Well, maybe THEY can't. But here's what stubborn body fat actually is, and how to lose it.
If you're going to try fasting, then at least avoid these all-too common mistakes.
Simple and proven. Here's how much protein to eat.
Don't get caught up in fad diet hype. For hypertrophy, you need frequent meals and extra calories. Here are some simple guidelines.
Research suggests that adding this food to your meals promotes the release of hunger squashing, fat burning hormones.
Don't overcomplicate muscle growth. It's actually simple. Practice these habits and get bigger.
Be careful what you order for dinner on that first date. According to a new study, this popular dietary practice leaves a bad impression.
A new study shows that modest time-restricted feeding works, but why exactly? Let's dig into it.
Don't be afraid of bulking if your main goal is building muscle mass, but do it wisely. Here are some simple guidelines.
Coffee isn't just a vehicle for caffeine. It has other components that work synergistically with caffeine, making it a great pre-workout drink.
Newbies often waste their first year or two of training. They should be taking advantage of this magical time. Here's what to avoid and what to do instead.
Soy was once thought to shrink your balls and make it harder for you to put on muscle. Does current research back up those fears?
Be careful about what you eat with your protein. Here's why.
The big Harvard study suggested all you low-carb people may die before your time. Are they right?
You’ve heard wrong. You CAN target fatty areas of the body. Here’s how.
Want to build muscle? Like a lot of muscle? Get ready to lose your abs for a while. Just do it wisely. Here's how.
Adopting this simple practice will make you lose body fat, not to mention providing you with better nutrition than you've probably ever had before.
Here's a handy set of guidelines to help lifters find the balance between too dang skinny and too dang fat.
Everyone fights about how much protein to eat, but what really matters is how much protein you absorb. Here's how to soak up every gram.
Keeping a bowlful of this so-called processed food on the counter improves heart health, reduces inflammation, and even makes you leaner.
How to use your metabolic rate to keep the gains coming.
Lose the fat and keep the strength with this two-weeks on, two-weeks off plan. It's actually pretty easy. Check it out.
Your appetite can help you find your sweet spot when it comes to training volume. Here's how.