Just like any other industry, the world of health and fitness comes jammed with lots of technical words and terms once you go past a surface level understanding. It can get confusing fast, and terms can get jumbled (Lean Body Mass? Lean muscle? Which is it?).
Talk to some people about when the best time to work out is, and they’ll swear that mornings are best. They’ll tell you getting out of bed earlier has all sorts of benefits, like making you more energized in the morning, feeling better throughout the day, and so on.
If there’s one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that no one likes being sick. When you’re sick, you’re not at your best, and it can feel like the time you spend being sick is time that gets taken away from you for no reason.
If you’re here, you probably hate dieting. For many people, simply the word “diet” brings feelings of misery. “Diet” usually shows up the context of “I’m going on a diet,” which for a lot of people means: “I’m going to stop eating things that I want to, cut out things that make me fat, and […]
Today’s world is a busy one. Technology has connected us more than ever before, but, unfortunately, this means that our responsibilities follow us even closer than ever. Sadly, one casualty of the modern 21st-century lifestyle is sufficient sleep.
Making a change in body composition comes down to two different goals: losing Fat Mass and gaining Lean Body Mass. While everyone has a different body composition and will focus on these two goals differently, at the end of the day, everyone has to work on these goals to change their body composition.