It's possible that everything you thought you knew about how much weight you should lift and how many reps you should do to build muscle might be wrong. But if it is, it's nothing to be upset about. For many people, the recent discovery that you can build as much muscle lifting light weights for high reps as you can lifting moderate weights or heavy weights is great news. Read on to learn why and how you can gain muscle with light weights.
Potatoes are not fattening. In fact, they have the highest rank on the satiety index, which means they make you feel fuller than other foods. The reason mashed potatoes are rightfully shunned by the health and fitness conscious is because of how they're traditionally prepared with full-fat dairy, cream and loads of butter (gravy too! Or cheese!) But with a few ingredient changes, this classic comfort food is not only fantastic on holidays like Thanksgiving, it can also become a light and healthy weekly staple.
Many experienced lifters and physique athletes who want to build muscle train 5 days a week, and a handful even train 6 days a week. But for many people, these higher frequency training schedules are not realistic. As a result, they want workouts that are still effective but only require 4 days a week, or in some cases minimalist programs that take even less time. If you want to spend only 4 days a week in the gym, you may be wondering what are the best 4 day training schedules. In this extensive special report, you'll see many options, some which you may have never thought of before.
High protein beef stew in the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle style is a regular in my rotation, I've shared it with family and friends who also love it - and it tastes so good, no one notices that our version of this classic is far lower in calories and higher in protein than traditional stews. This one is 100% fat loss and muscle-building program friendly... definitely not just a hearty, belly-warming meal for cold winter days, this can be a go-to meal year round
When it comes to fat loss while maintaining or building muscle, is there such a thing as a perfect diet plan? If so, is it possible that the bodybuilding-style diet, which has been around since at least the 1990s and probably long before that is still the best fat loss diet, despite countless other diets being available today? If so, why? If not what are the downsides of bodybuilding diets? If "it depends," what does it depend on?...
With only 5 ingredients and a baking time of as little as 12 minutes, it doesn't get much easier to make delicious oatmeal pumpkin protein cookies at home. All you need is rolled oats (oatmeal), pumpkin puree (canned), vanilla or pumpkin protein powder, some pumpkin spice, and a sweetener (if you want it) and you're off and baking. You get 10 grams of protein per cookie with only 116 calories......
This pumpkin spice protein bread recipe makes a moist, dense, rich bread with just enough sweetness, that tastes so good, you won't believe how nutritious it is. It’s all-natural, uses no oil or unhealthy fats, and no refined sugar. Best part: You get almost 12 grams of protein per slice!
Happy Halloween season! You think that horror flick you watched or that haunted house you visited was scary? The most terrifying things I’ve ever seen weren't produced by Wes Craven or found in a theme park - they're weight loss fads!
How To Change by Katy Milkman is about changing behavior, making good new habits, breaking bad old habits, ending procrastination, and achieving goals. The tools and strategies recommended are based on findings from the latest research straight from one of the psychologists who has been doing the studies (Milkman) at the Wharton school, University of Pennsylvania.
Dateline: October…. I’m going to do my duty today to help you avoid the candy dish and other Halloween temptations this month by giving you 8 delicious healthy alternatives, suitable for the season. Best part: they’re all high in protein too, so they fit perfectly into the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle lifestyle!