Best Back Workouts for Women (updated July 2019)

Back Workouts for Women

Why Train your Back? In order to get that sculpted body you’ve always wanted, training the muscles in your back is essential. Working out all sections of the back, primarily the latissimus dorsi, is a key element to widening your upper body. This gives your waist a narrower appearance and also helps to round your shoulders. So … Read more Best Back Workouts for Women (updated July 2019)

The Mechanics of the Bench Press (updated July 2019)

What is a Bench Press? A bench press is probably one of the mot famous exercises among meatheads. At any given point, you will see someone with an overdeveloped chest loading a barbell with heavy plates. If you continue watching, you will see this fabulous meathead perform the bench press for far too many sets at … Read more The Mechanics of the Bench Press (updated July 2019)

The Best Fuel Sources — Macronutrients (updated July 2019)

The Best Fuel Sources — Macronutrients

Against popular belief, there are no supplements that can fuel your workout, recovery, and performance quite like food. The three macronutrients — protein, carbohydrates, and fat — are the key elements to great performance. These macronutrients can be found in just about every morsel of food you can eat. The amount of each varies per food … Read more The Best Fuel Sources — Macronutrients (updated July 2019)

Clean Eating V. Macronutrient Tracking (IIFYM) (updated July 2019)

What is “Clean Eating”? If you’ve heard someone on a diet speak about the food they eat, they’ve probably called their meals “clean”. Or, rather, they turn down food choices that they deem “unclean”. These “unclean” food choices are typically calorie dense foods, such as sweets and salty snacks; sugary, calorie dense beverages; white flour … Read more Clean Eating V. Macronutrient Tracking (IIFYM) (updated July 2019)

Myofascial Release (updated July 2019)

Myofascial Release

What is Myofascial Release? A Word on Muscle Fibers & Fascia If you train regularly, then your muscles are more than likely sore. They’re tight, tense, and hard to maneuver a few days after a workout. Sometimes, it feels like the muscle is so tight that it cannot move at all. This is because your … Read more Myofascial Release (updated July 2019)