Stretching might not be the most exciting part of a workout, but it’s equally as important as cardio or strength training. Since the 1960s when it was first suggested that athletes should stretch after sport, there’s been plenty more evidence to support the theory and we personally never leave the gym without completing a thorough stretching routine.
We’ve all heard someone claim that they can eat what they want because they hit the gym every day. And that may be true for them, but have you stopped to consider how hard it is to burn calories compared to how easy it is to eat them?
The simplest fasting definition is that it is the practice of abstaining from all or some kinds of food and/or drink. Intermittent fasting for weight loss is rapidly increasing in popularity as people search for easy-to-follow diets that fit around their busy lifestyles.
The ketogenic diet, or keto as it’s more commonly known, is a high-fat, low-carb diet. It’s similar to the Atkins diet and other low-carb diets, but keto limits the amount of protein you can consume whereas there’s no cap on the Atkins diet.