Psychology & Motivation
3 Practical Tips to Stick to Your Fitness Goals and Prevent Holiday Weight Gain
No, you don't have to forgo your fitness goals to enjoy the holiday season. Try these tips to avoid gaining extra weight over the holidays.
How To Lose Fat Without Losing Energy and Muscle Mass
Do you want to lose fat without losing all your energy or muscle? Some people struggle with losing weight because they feel weak, tired, or hungry. Adhering to a diet and fitness routine is important, but maintaining your sanity during the process is vital for your mental health.
10 Life Lessons I Learned in the Gym
The article talks about being a gym addict and its benefits on not only physical health but also the positive impacts it has on the other aspects of life. These gym lessons create an internal culture of discipline that can be immensely impactful and life-changing.
6 Amazing YouTube Channels for Fitness, Inspiration, and Entertainment
Check out these six channels to help you achieve your fitness goals.
How to Not Get Bored on the Treadmill
Do you often feel bored on the treadmill? Looking for things to do while you're on your home exercise machine? Day after day on the treadmill can be demotivating. Here are some ideas on how to keep it fun so you will want to go back.
4 YouTube Channels That Have Changed My Outlook on Health and Fitness
If you're tired of all the hype you see surrounding health and fitness on social media and the Internet, check out these four YouTube channels.
How to Start a New Workout Routine If You're Over 40
Trying to get into shape, but worried you're just too old? You aren't! If you're over 40 and starting to work out, there are a few points you need to know to set yourself up for success. It's possible to build muscle after 40!
How to Start Exercising After 40
How do you start a workout routine when you're 40 or older and haven't been involved in regular exercise for a while? This article will cover what you need to do before you start a workout routine and look at the two most important elements of making sure you keep it up.
Six Quick and Effective Fitness Tips and Tricks for Last-Minute Events
Six simple tips you can use to help you look and feel your very best for those last-minute occasions.
Benefits of Daily Exercise: Why You Should Remain Active
Why should you remain active? Daily exercise can help you to improve your daily lifestyle, and both your physical and mental health.
How to Effectively Workout at Home and Achieve Results
Working out at home can be a time and money saver. I'm sharing my top tips on how to make working out at home effective so you can achieve amazing results!
"Mini Habits for Weight Loss" by Stephen Guise Book Review
"Mini Habits for Weight Loss" by Stephen Guise provides a refreshing option for weight loss. For those who have tried diet after diet, this book is a game changer and is a must read. Ditch the drastic diet and incorporate mini habits that are so small, you can't help but succeed.
How I Lost 26 Kilos in 6 Months!
I didn't like how my weight weighed down on my self-confidence and energy levels. Around October of 2016, at the starting weight of 98.7 kg, I changed my diet, got rid of bad habits, and worked out consistently. It was a hard six months, but I am now 72 kg and happier than ever.
The Body Positive Movement's Role as a Response to Diet and Thin Culture
This article is on body positivity and its importance, a reflection by a former over-exerciser and calorie-restrictor.
Here's What I Learned From Losing 50 Pounds in 4 Months
When I was 38, I weighed the most I ever had in my life. I set out to lose 50 pounds and throughout the process I established specific tactics, reached my goals, and learned quite a bit. This article may not teach everyone how to lose 50 pounds in four months, but it could be helpful.
How to Improve Your Overall Health and Fitness Level
Do you want to get in better shape, but aren't sure where to begin? Rather than getting overwhelmed, try some of the ideas in this article in order to begin a new healthy lifestyle.
How to Start Your Own Health, Fitness, and Exercise Group
Not everyone wants the gym rat or health club experience all of the time. Being a fitness lone wolf can create a void in your workout routine. If you are looking for something more meaningful like a fitness group, read on.
What Do Weight Loss and Falling in Love Have in Common?
The quest to lose weight is just about as difficult as finding your one true love in life. Follow along and we can seek an answer to the question-what do weight loss and falling in love have in common
How to Stay Motivated and Not Feel Deprived While Losing Weight
It's easy to be motivated during the first week or two of a weight loss journey. When the initial enthusiasm dwindles, though, inspiration fades, feelings of deprivation intensify, and failure looms. To prevent this, we need to incorporate new joyful habits into our lives so we stay energized.
How to Stop Being a People-Pleaser and Finally Lose Weight for Good
We know eating less and exercising more is key to losing weight. However, spending time and energy on themselves can be a struggle for people-pleasers. In addition to cutting calories, they must become more assertive, confront conflict head-on, and say no to others while saying yes to themselves.
Is It Contradictory to Be a Christian and a Bodybuilder?
Are you a bodybuilder and a Christian? Or perhaps you're a Christian looking to get into bodybuilding? If so, you may be wondering if bodybuilding can honor God. In this article, I explain why I think that life as a Christian and a body builder does not have to be contradictory.
I Lost Almost 100 Pounds Naturally and You Can Do It Too
When people ask me how I lost almost 100 pounds, I tell them that I literally ran my tail off. It wasn't easy, but with a positive attitude and a lot of hard work I proved that it was possible.
Is Exercise Torture? How to Make Exercise a Fun Activity
Children exercise for fun. Adults work out to change their body. They focus on things they don't like about their body and getting fit becomes a form of self-torture. Learn to make exercise fun again.
Are You Not Muscular or Big Enough? Muscle Dysmorphia (Bigorexia)
Have you gained muscle, but still see yourself as small or not quite big enough? You may have "Muscle Dysmorphia." This may also be known as "Reverse Anorexia" or "Bigorexia."
66 Angry and Aggressive Songs for Workout and Bodybuilding Motivation
Here are the top 66 angry rap, metal, and punk songs that will motivate you for an intense workout.