The internet is a scary place when it comes to information, especially when it comes to fitness and nutrition. One google search can give you a million conflicting opinions. Sifting through the mess can be a difficult, confusing endeavor. Ain’t nobody got time for that, well almost nobody. I do have time for that. In this new weekly post, I’ll do the work for you and provide you with some of the finest articles from the far reaches of the fitness blogosphere
The simplest methods are often the most effective ones. Chances are, you don’t need anything super complicated to make progress in the gym. In fact, if you aren’t seeing results it’s probably because you’re making it too complicated. Read the article, test out the methods. You’re welcome.
Fish oil has a lot of benefits. However, that doesn’t mean you should take it. I like this piece for a number of reasons, the main one being that it provides a good example of how there’s much more to nutrition than the “healthy” vs. ”not healthy debate”.
Body image and physique change are a very personal and sensitive subject. Even things that are meant to be complements can be unknowingly hurtful. And that’s not even taking into account the comments that are blatantly offensive. Here are 15 things you shouldn’t say to someone who has lost weight.