My lifestyle was always healthy although I never really had a body that I was proud of.
Love him or hate him, Conor McGregor, is a force to be reckoned with. If you’ve ever watched his interviews one thing certainly shines through – the guy just believes in himself.
It is absolutely essential that you work out your traps, or trapezius muscles, as they help you maintain good posture, and add to your strength, endurance, stamina and balance. The trapezius muscles are unique in the sense that they are not concentrated in a particular area of your body. Traps begin from the upper neck […]
1. Coconut Oil is a medium chain fatty acid.
In fact, coconut oil has been reported as nature’s richest source for medium chain fatty acids. MCFAs easily digested, naturally putting less strain on our digestive systems. Lastly, MCFAs help stimulate our metabolisms, making it an excellent tool for weight loss!
I started weight training at the age of 17 while in high school and I immediately fell in love with it.
The most stubborn and hard to develop body part for most bodybuilders is definitely a pair of diamond shaped calves.
It’s complicated. Combining ball-and-socket joints that allow maximum arm mobility, a ribbon of snaking bones and nerves that divide the region down the middle, and a phalanx of big and small muscles spread from your butt to your neck, your back is your most complex bodypart.
Backs make bodybuilders. OK, that’s a bit of an overstatement, but consider this: powerlifters, football players and wrestlers may possess colossal legs, arms and necks, but how many of them have attention-grabbing backs?
A common scene really, but it’s uncommon that someone’s efforts actually payoff the way they originally intended.
Today we’re gonna tell you an amazing story about a guy who carries an artificial heart in his backpack. Yes, exactly, you got it right!