You can create a healthy diet and lifestyle that promotes fat loss and muscle gain, helping to sculpt the area you’re working on, as well as the rest of your body. And there are a few pieces of scientific data that may help you really target that ab fat you’re dying to lose.
There are a number of nutritional methods one can follow to lose weight. Like many other fitness professionals, 3-time IFBB Figure Olympia Champions Nicole Wilkins prefers to use a carbohydrate cycling approach.
You’ve heard it before. The southern part of the U.S. includes some of the most obese states in our nation; while the north has the majority of the thinnest. Why is this the case?
If you still want to shed a few extra pounds, it’s time to get back on a fat loss meal plan plan…and pronto! So how do you drop this extra weight by summer? One of the most popular fat loss, muscle-maintaining approaches for fitness-focused women is the carb cycle diet.
Looking for ways to change up your diet to get bikini ready by summer? Two top IFBB Bikini pros— Stacey Alexander and Amanda Latona— are here to help! They share some of their favorite fat-loss recipes and tips!
Sometimes a girl needs a little jump-start to help burn fat without requiring an extra hour in the gym— a supplement that either decreases the amount of calories absorbed from food, stimulates metabolism, increases satiety or a combination of the three. Today’s weight-loss supplements provide a little boost, if you pick and choose carefully.
If you’ve ever dieted, you probably already know that the last 10 lbs can be the hardest to lose. Being on a diet for an extended period of time can actually slow down your metabolic rate. Your body starts to think that you are starving yourself, and instead of just dropping those last few pounds, it holds on to them for dear life!
There are so many people who think losing weight is about cutting your daily caloric intake to an extremely low amount.
As a weight-loss supplement, chromium picolinate can help build muscle and burn fat, according to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition, chromium may also help to treat high cholesterol and high triglycerides.
Today, there are many different protein powders to choose from, and they are full of flavor, mix instantly, and are made from a variety of sources including pea, soy, brown rice and derivatives of whey to name a few. Your goals are and diet can determine which protein will best fit your needs and when you should consume it.