My Picks For Some Great Food Sources Of Vitamin C
If you’ve been following my my blog lately, I’m sure you have seen the different posts on vitamin c and ascorbic acid.
I’ve stated before that I find it is sensible to obtain vitamin c from food sources. This is because … Continue reading
Can’t go to sleep? It’s called insomnia.
Let Tell You About Insomnia. (It Sucks).
I absolutely HATE insomnia. Sleeping is the time when your body repairs itself and your tissues grow into more resilient structures, all so that you can take more of a beating the next day. Disrupt your sleep, and you disrupt your growth – your gains, your … Continue reading
Getting Stronger With Bodyweight Exercises
Up until recently, I thought there was no other way of getting strong and healthy than to lift barbells.
There are two kings of the strength world – the squat and the deadlift. How could you possibly replicate these two lifts without barbells? Continue reading
Anxiety – the state of feeling fear for something that may or may not occur.
Chronic anxiousness is known as anxiety disorder.
At any given time, about 6.8 million Americans have anxiety disorder.
So, 3.1% of the American population is in a state of constant fear and uneasiness. All of this taking place in one of the safest, … Continue reading
Let me tell you one of the easiest ways to increase your natural production of testosterone.
It’s by eating saturated fat and cholesterol. Simple as that.
Need proof? This study finds a positive correlation between saturated-fat-intake and testosterone levels, as well as cholesterol-intake and testosterone levels. It’s awesome stuff, honestly. Just make sure you get enough of those … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I wrote a three-part series on “the best core exercise” (here’s parts 1, 2, and 3).
To sum it up, I think the best way to exercise and safely … Continue reading
So Many Squats, So Little Time – Which is the Best Squat Variation?
When I began this blog last December, my first article was on the squat, and how to use it as a diagnostic tool for deficiencies in mobility and stability. That post branched out into four other blog posts that discussed each deficiency that … Continue reading
The primordial act of picking up heavy things.
The primordial act of lowering one’s body closer to the Earth, and then pushing away.
Apparently squats are king. Or is it deadlifts? Honestly, who knows. Maybe we can decide which deserves the title after we take a closer look at the details of each lift.
Let’s see why both … Continue reading
Last month, I talked about the optimal sources and dosages of vitamin c for the human diet. While, I did briefly mention the health benefits of vitamin c, I did not go into much detail. So, today, we shall take a better look at the benefits of vitamin c.
What are the roles of vitamin c in the … Continue reading
One of the worst feelings in the world is being bored and having urges to do something unhealthy, just because your mind isn’t occupied.
For me, it’s pigging out on junk food. For others, it might be smoking, or drinking, or so on.
Now, there are different methods and programs that one can follow to overcome addictive-habits, but I for … Continue reading