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How To Do A Burpee

How To Do A Burpee

How To Do A Burpee And The Benefits of Burpees For Fat Loss Reap the fat-burning benefits of burpees with our form guide, tips, variations and five-minute workout   The first time you do a burpee you might wonder what all the fuss is about. Although it’s renowned as a brutal bodyweight exercise that burns fat as fast as it builds muscle, and is regularly used as punishment for skipping obstacles in obstacle course races, none of that tallies with how you feel after performing one burpee. Don’t let that deter you. Do a second burpee, and then a third. Keep going and...

May 28, 2018

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The Powerlifting Training Plan

The Powerlifting Training Plan

 Luka Lajst / Getty Images If you want to get big and strong in minimal time, you really only need to focus on three moves: the squat, the bench press, and the deadlift. That’s what powerlifters do. In powerlifting, competitors vie to lift the heaviest weight possible for one rep. They don’t specifically train to get huge muscles, but they still end up being massive. The guys in the lighter weight classes are often pretty lean, too, since the muscle they’ve built through heavy training helps them burn more fat. No matter your fitness goal, training like a powerlifter is a great start....

May 10, 2018

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How to Workout Outside

How to Workout Outside

This Workout Will Prepare You For Obstacle Course Race Glory Pack on muscle and incinerate fat with these clever combos and smart interval sessions. MEN'S HEALTH So you've decided you're ready to run extreme: You've entered the big, dirty competition of an obstacle course race (OCR) like Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, or Rugged Maniac. The best thing about training for an OCR? Well, life itself is an obstacle course. Your body needs to be ready for anything life throws at you. You want to dominate, so you can prep specifically for the brutal challenges you'll have to pass for victory—but you'll also...

May 07, 2018

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Post-Workout Foods

Post-Workout Foods

6 Post-Workout Foods That Will Help You Build Muscle and Recover Faster   If you want to build muscle and reach lofty new fitness goals, downing the right fuel after a workout is nearly as important as exercise itself. “Nailing your post-workout nutrition promotes quicker recovery, reduces muscle soreness, builds muscle, improves immune system functioning, and replenishes glycogen—all key building blocks in priming you for future workouts,” says sports dietitian and Ironman athlete Marni Sumbal, M.S., R.D. So if you give little thought to your post-training nutrition, your time at the gym might produce lackluster results, rather than peak performance....

May 05, 2018

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Pre-Workout Foods

Pre-Workout Foods

Pre-Workout Foods 1.Bananas Bananas are a great source of natural sugars, simple carbohydrates, and potassium. In the body, potassium is only stored for a limited amount of time, so try consuming a banana around 30 minutes to an hour before your workout. Eating a banana pre-workout is the perfect way to boost your glycogen stores and increase blood sugar levels. 2. Chicken, Rice & Vegetables The stereotypical healthy meal: chicken, rice, and vegetables. This is actually a classic pre-workout meal. Bycombining a good source of lean protein and complex carbohydrates, this meal can provide amino acids to promote anabolism (muscle growth)...

May 04, 2018

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