Everyone wants a strong core…but what does that mean?
Six-pack abs? A flat stomach? The ability to do 100 sit-ups?
Usually when people want a strong core what they are really saying is that they want their core to function better. This means less pain and the ability to do more things with their bodies.
The foundation of your core strength is your reflexive strength. And you can’t build it with traditional ab exercises.
It is the strength that you developed as a baby which was the foundation of your original movements.
Learn below what it is, how you lost it, and how getting it back can improve your life.
If you have started doing any research about diet and nutrition, protein has probably come up.
Some people say it is all-important, some people say we all get enough.
Some people say producing it is ruining our environment, others say that vegetarians (and vegans) are all deficient.
And then add protein shakes to the mix and it might feel like we shook your brain.
Learn just what you need to know below.
There are two ways you can approach exercise.
A great analogy for them is whether you are sitting on a Park Bench or a Bus Bench.
One is about getting somewhere, one is about enjoying life.
Knowing the difference can help you reach your goals and use fitness to make the most out of your life.
When someone is successful, there is probably something you can learn from them. No joke.
Even if that person is a comedian like Jerry Seinfeld.
In fact, one of the most useful strategies for sticking with difficult habits comes from this comic genius.
Learn how a calendar and a pen can change your life.