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5 crucial exercise lessons I learned when I cut my body fat nearly in half in 6 months without losing my muscle
There are a few things you need to know if you want to maintain your muscle while losing fat, not least that weight training is essential.
Muscle-building protein bars can be just as bad for you as a chocolate bar. Here’s how to tell which ones are actually healthy.
Many protein bars are full of sugar and artificial sweeteners, surprisingly high in calories, and some aren't even that high in protein.
Meghan Markle and Jennifer Aniston use the ‘time under tension’ method to build muscle while burning fat — here’s what that me...
Sebastien Lagree, whose fans include Meghan Markle, Jennifer Aniston, and Sofia Vergara, says focusing on 'time under tension' is the way to sculpt a lean physique.
People with cancer responded better to a promising new treatment if they had more muscle mass.
Lifting heavy or light weights will give you different results — here’s how to know which ones to use
There are pros and cons to both lifting heavy for a small number of reps or doing high reps with light weights, but each method will produce different results.
Chris Jordan, the exercise physiologist who created the 7-minute workout, explains why it can help get your heart pumping and build muscle.
Losing weight is a common goal, but losing fat but not muscle can be a little bit harder. These tips can help keep muscle safe and shed fat.
From strict diets to hours of gym time, these actors were incredibly dedicated to looking like the superheroes they portrayed.
This is the one type of exercise that will help you build muscle fastest, according to YouTube fitness stars The Lean Machines
While it can be tempting to isolate the muscle groups you're most self-conscious about, it's by working as many muscles at once that will see you make significant results quickly, YouTube fitness stars The Lean Machines say.
2 forms of exercise are the best way to stave off the effects of aging — here’s how to incorporate them into your life
Two forms of exercise keep aging muscles from dwindling, protect the brain from age-related decline, and lessen the risk of heart problems — according to new research.