Each week, we publish a list of best fitness articles from the previous week. These articles range from a wide variety of topics like nutrition, training, stress management, weight loss, general health, recipes, etc. Here is the list from the week of January 1 – January 7.
1. The 30 Best Ways To Get A Flat Stomach: Courtesy of Adda Bjarnadottir on Authority Nutrition
One goal most gym goers are after is losing fat around their abdomen and waist. But this can be quite a challenge. In this article, Adda presents 30 different science-based strategies that can you use to shed fat and get a flat stomach.
2. Fitness Motivation: How To Never Lose Your Motivation Again: Courtesy of JC Deen on JCD Fitness
Motivation can be hard to come by week in and week out. We all have busy schedules, family commitments, and time constraints that make it difficult to get to the gym and eat well. But in this article, JC shares several tips to help you stay motivated this new year and accomplish your fitness goals.
3. Avoid The 5 Biggest Mistakes People Make With Fitness Goals: Courtesy of Dr. John Rusin on Drjohnrusin.com
With the New Year beginning this week, there will be tons of people flocking to the gym to start their resolutions. But these resolutions more often than not amount to nothing. In this article, Dr. Rusin reveals why this is the case and what you can do to avoid the dreaded resolution crash and burn.
4. How Eating Dessert Can Actually Help You Lose Weight: Courtesy of Adam Bornstein on Greatist
Dessert often gets a bad rap, and most diets will tell you to completely avoid it. But this line of thinking destroys your relationship with food and leaves you feeling guilty every time you want a bowl of ice cream. In this article though, Adam challenges this dogmatic type of approach and actually shows you how eating dessert can help you lose weight.
5. Is Perfectionism Your Greatest Motivator or Your Biggest Enemy?: Courtesy of Dr. Lisa Lewis on Girls Gone Strong
We’ve all been guilty of it before, holding ourselves to this perfect standard that’s hard for anyone to achieve. It often leads to feelings of worthlessness and depression making it difficult to bear. But in this article, Dr. Lewis shows you how perfectionism can be made into one of your greatest strengths.
Dinner Recipe Of The Week: Slow Cooker Cilantro Lime Chicken