Among coffee drinkers, bulletproof coffee is gaining in popularity. Believers feel it is the most energizing cup of coffee you've ever had. Interestingly, one of the main ingredients is butter. A coffee that contains butter? Wait...what?
Knowledge is power, and sometimes the more you know about a given topic, the more likely you are to make it a part of your daily life. For example, most people know the basic healing benefits of exercises. But even though it's considered common knowledge that exercise is super good for you, research indicates that only 2 out of 10 Americans get adequate daily exercise.
Are you someone who suffers from invisible lat syndrome, or ILS? ILS is a common condition, yet, goes unrecognized by those who have it. However there is an exercises to cure the problem: the Lat pulldown.
Be it a bakery binge or one drink too many, people’s intentions to live a healthier life can get derailed. The good news is unless it was laced with arsenic, life is not going to end because you ate an extra slice (or three) of pizza (mmmm, pepperoni, triple cheese). One bindge eating session does not equal weeks, months or even a year of steady changes when it comes to weight loss or fitness IF you have the right attitude and can move on! Here’s how:
Congratulations on signing up for the MÜV It & Lose It Challenge! You've taken the first step in transforming your life–forever. No doubt you're all fired up and ready to go. But once all the hard work starts, what are you going to do to stay motivated to reach your goal?
The internet is the perfect double-edged sword. On the one hand, it's wonderful to have such quick and easy access to TONS of information about virtually anything under the sun, including health and fitness tidbits. On the other hand, the universal accessibility of the online world means that pretty much anyone can share information that may or may not be completely accurate – which can lead to common health myths.
Winter is coming. I know, I know, I’m sorry. It’s a cliché pop culture reference you’re probably sick of hearing. But the reality is; Winter isn’t coming, it’s already here! But that doesn't mean you don't have to workout. In fact, here's a 20 minute outdoor workout to help you stay on track.
If you're anything like me, then you probably have some days where you want to work out, but you just don't really feel like going to the gym for your usual cardio routine. And while you're not necessarily looking to take a rest day, you may be looking for an easier at-home solution that will still give you a great push but without the need for locker rooms, cardio equipment, and, you know, car keys.
When it comes to maximizing your nutrition and improving your eating habits, a good meal prep session is really the best way to be (and stay) successful in your eating habits. After all, for those of us with busy work weeks (and let's be honest, that's pretty much everyone), something simple as eating breakfast or having a lunch ready to go can seem like nothing short of a miracle.
How many of you have a friend who just has to flex his biceps at every opportunity? Whether it’s hitting a layup playing hoops, scoring a touchdown in Madden ‘17 or ripping on you with his corny D-bag one-liners, he's always, ALWAYS flexing! He might think he’s the man, but his lack of arm muscle makes him look like a chump—and nothing looks sillier than a grown man flexing with weak bis and tris.