Whats everyones favorite bar food? Buffalo wings of course! Yes they are not the best thing for your health but they are just so good. Check out this article for a way to not have to break up with your favorite bar snack. http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/make-your-own-hot-wings
The battle for more food!!! Its a daily struggle that I and many other people face multiple times a day. I go to the grocery store buy all this great stuff that I want to make and I never fail to over eat even though I portion out my food after I buy it. Whenever I read about diets and things they always say something like 6oz of chicken or something, but who is really going to weigh their food before they eat it? I found this article helpful with sizing my portions so I thought I would share it. http://www.menshealth.com/nutrition/estimate-portion-size
So I posted previously about the shortcut to size workout that I was doing a few months ago. Since that post I have recently finished the program and have just been doing whatever I feel like doing at the gym. I started seeing results still for a couple weeks but recently I have started to hit the dreaded plateau. To beat this I started looking online for new workouts to do and nothing really caught my eye. Yesterday I came across an interesting article on menshealth.com about cluster sets. If you are in the same boat as I am give this article a quick read and see what you think. Ill post in a week or two after I give it a shot myself. http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/cluster-sets
Not a morning person? Neither am I. I feel that people who can function enough in the morning to workout are just short of superhuman. Everyone knows that one person that goes to the gym and 5 a.m. and is done with their workout before the suns up. I just came across an article that may make some people at least think about working out a little earlier. http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/8-benefits-to-working-out-in-the-morning.html
Everyones done it, laying on your bedroom floor killing yourself doing a million crunches and not seeing any results. There are so many ab workouts and different theories on what works best to get the perfect 6 pack. Here are a few guidelines everyone should think about while training your abs. http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/18-laws-of-ab-training.html
If you haven’t heard of Jim Stoppani’s Shortcut to Size workout you need to click the following link and take a look. http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/shortcut-to-size.html
This is a 12 week, full body workout routine created by Ph. D. Jim Stoppani. I have been following this workout for 8 weeks and I love it. Great for beginner and expert weight trainers.