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Weekly Exercise Can Add 5 Years to An Elderly Person’s Life
Weekly Exercise Can Add 5 Years to An Elderly Person’s Life

Half an hour of moderate exercise five days a week is all an elderly person needs to potentially add another five years to his or her life, making it just as beneficial to life expectancy as giving up smoking. Indeed, an elderly person who exercises for three hours a week is 40% more likely to Read More…

Ultimate Guide to Post Workout and Muscle Recovery Infographic
Ultimate Guide to Post Workout and Muscle Recovery Infographic

As any gym bunny will tell you, what you do after the gym is just as significant as what you do before the gym. It’s vital that you take care of your body before, during and after every workout. This ensures that you’re getting the utmost out of every sweat session. Working out is tough Read More…

The Best Time To Workout Infographic
The Best Time To Workout Infographic

Probably, at some point of your life you can have this kind of question, “when is the best time to lose weight or get in shape?”. After all the debates, finally some research proved that exercising in the morning or in the evening, both provide benefits in your body. It was just a matter of Read More…

The Ultimate Guide to Pre-Workout Supplements Infographic
The Ultimate Guide to Pre-Workout Supplements Infographic

The Ultimate Guide to Pre Workout Supplements [Infographic]When it comes to supplements, pre-workouts are fairly new on the market. If you take your workouts seriously, you will know that it’s essential that you provide your body with all of the nutrients it needs to get the most from your sweat session. For the most part, Read More…

High Intensity Kettlebell Cardio Workout Infographic
High Intensity Kettlebell Cardio Workout Infographic

Get fit fast and burn fat with this high-intensity cardio session. The Kettlebell can burn heck of a lot of calories. The exercises that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training. Also used as a conditioning tool that integrates multi-joint full body movements. According to researchers at the University of Wisconsin‚ La Crosse, who evaluated the Read More…

What 300 Calories of Different Foods Looks Like Graphic
What 300 Calories of Different Foods Looks Like Graphic

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the average adults needs to consume about 2000 – 2500 Calories to maintain their weight. In other words, you have a fixed amount of Calories to “spend” each day. Counting calories can be overwhelming, if you’re trying to lose weight. Unless you’re weighing or measuring the food you Read More…

19 Exercise To BULK UP Skinny Legs INFOGRAPHIC
19 Exercise To BULK UP Skinny Legs INFOGRAPHIC

This infographic from Decibel Nutrition, features 19 exercises you can do to bulk up those skinny legs. You’ll find exercises for your quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, calves, and more. Try out the exercise in the graphic. I’m sure you’ve seen guys at the gym doing 20 sets of curls with big plates on Monday, killing shoulders Read More…

How to Get a 6 Pack Abs The Right Way Infographic
How to Get a 6 Pack Abs The Right Way Infographic

Getting a 6 pack is not impossible, exercise is useless without the right type of diet. High protein is needed for muscle growth and repair. Watch what you eat and train the right way to reach your goals. Exercise increases the rate at which the body burn calories. This, in combination with the correct diet, Read More…

The Diet of Champions Infographic
The Diet of Champions Infographic

Did you know some athletes are eating over 100% more than their recommended calorie intake, and over 200% more of protein? Neither did I until we did the research. In order for athletes to perform at the top of their game, they must train appropriately. With that, they must also consume a large amount of Read More…

Post Workout Meal Easy To Understand Infographic
Post Workout Meal Easy To Understand Infographic

These post workout meal tips will put you on the right track to help maximize your recovery. Post workout meal has become like a religion in bodybuilding circles, usually called, “The window of opportunity.” The 2 to 4 hour period immediately following a workout session is considered a critical time to provide your body with Read More…