Burnout is for the weak, right soldier? Wrong. Even the toughest warriors need to take a break and recharge. Today, we'll show you the signs of burnout and give you the battle-tested, no-nonsense advice you need to push through and come out on top. Let's get to it.
You can't out-exercise a bad diet, which means you’ll need to be intentional about what you eat before and after every workout. Whether you're doing cardio, resistance training, or an endurance challenge, you need to fuel your body with the right foods at the right time. Let's break it down.
If you're looking to build a strong and toned upper body, chin-ups are the king of your gains. To help you build the strongest, most chiseled shoulders, back, lats and biceps of your life, check out our free training plan for getting chiseled with chin-ups.
Carbs have long been given a bad reputation, with many people claiming that they should be avoided at all costs. But as trainers obsessed with nutrition, we're here to tell you that carbs should never be a dirty word.
Working out at home can be a convenient and effective way to get in shape, but it's important to take the right precautions to maximize your results, stay on track, avoid injury and ensure that you keep things exciting.
In this diet guide, we’ll start with a few of the drawbacks of cheat meals, followed by some of the benefits, and end with a no-bullshit bottom line answer for those serious about achieving their fitness goals.
While we're fierce supporters of healthy habits and we can all agree that being on an upward trajectory of self-improvement is a good thing... There is a toxic element to the pressures, motivations and obligations of New Year's Resolutions that make them inherently unsustainable in the long run.
There’s a fine line between not pushing hard enough during your workouts and maxing out so hard that you injure yourself short and long term; what’s tricky about this is that it’s easy to do both depending on your level of motivation.