Exercising is hard at the beginning but once you see the results you will start loving it more and more with time and it might turn into an obsession. With time you will find yourself doing cardio more and eating a lot less than before.
You will start doing more out
In the past few years many people have decided to go running and start being more active than before. This running populace grows with every minute and there are statistics that show that in the year of 2014 there were 8.3 finishers at the races in USA. Yet this number
If you want to lose weight, gain muscle or get fit check out our men’s and women’s workout plan for you, Here are mini-challenges or workouts that can be done at home no equipment needed.
Here is a fun little workout that you can do in addition to 12 Week Home Workout
Your back or more specifically your spine has probably the most important and vital functions in your body. It is even more important to take care of it because it supports your weight, protects your spinal nerves and cord and holds you uptight.
These are just some of the reasons why
These days, no one is surprised by photos showing a perfect body achieved through months of training and proper nutrition. But today, Bright Side invites you to take a look at a very different version of a "before and after" photo shoot.
Intent on demonstrating that photos don't always reflect reality, fitness trainer Anna Victoria decided not to waste words and duly proved by example that every person
Whether you’re looking to slim your waistline or build an overall stronger core, the stomach vacuum is an exercise that you can perform daily to work on both.
Everyone wants to have a slim waistline and stronger abs but it’s a rather difficult task that requires a lot of effort and
The most common reasons for back pain can be both, extremely active and sedentary lifestyle.
However, the practice has shown that the spasm, stiffness, and pain can be significantly relieved by proper exercises and stretches.
Stretching the soft tissue, including the tendons, ligaments, and muscles in the legs, back, spine, and buttock