How do you define the perfect physique? A lot of people define it in terms of “having abs, bro.” Or getting to a certain weight and/or body fat percentage. And people all over the US beat themselves up day in and day out, trying to reach that “perfect physique.” Personally, I think that being healthy and having a body composition goal are admirable, but within context. What do I mean by that?
Every summer, people across the U.S. start up their grills and enjoy summer barbeque’s with family and friends. Good times, to be sure! However, too often, these affairs are not particularly healthy and many people simply believe that a good ol’ fashioned BBQ is not a healthy meal. So, the point of today’s article is to prove that line of thinking wrong. I believe that a summer BBQ can be healthy and tasty.
Let’s take a look at several of the more ridiculous things that I have heard over the past decade in working with people. I have heard a lot of excuses, funny stories and silly things from different people. What I give you today are the top 3 items with respect to sports training. This is presented in countdown fashion, for no other reason, other than I found it fun!
A study conducted at Lillehammer University College titled “Physiological elevation of endogenous hormones results in superior strength training adaptation was published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology. It’s an interesting study that shows strong evidence that training legs and arms together may provide a strong natural hormonal boost to enhance hypertrophy (muscle gains).
Today’s article is about traveling healthy. Too often, when people head out on a business trip or a vacation, they throw all inhibitions and rules aside, with respect to fitness and diet. And then when they return, they grumble about having gain a few pounds and feeling crappy, etc…Why do that to yourself?