Strength training is not just about bulking up or building muscle. As the name implies, it’s about strengthening your body and health.
A common misconception about strength training is that it always leads to “big muscles.”
It really doesn’t happen that fast. Everything depends on your goals. For example, if you want to build lean muscle without adding mass, you moderate your resistance and weights. Then perform a higher number of repetitions instead.
Depression is real. The World Health Organization estimates that about 280 million people struggle with depression globally. Some people think it’s some kind of born disease. That’s not true. Depression can happen to everyone. But fortunately we can do certain things to lower the chances […]
Many people used to think that reaching a certain age meant your brain stopped evolving. That’s where the saying “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” comes from. It might be harder to rewire your mind as you get older. But recent studies have […]
Whenever life starts to feel overwhelmingly hectic, our first instinct is often to do anything but rest. Most of us try to work even harder or plan our weekends full of activities. The art of rest is something we all have to learn. Thich Nhat […]