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 8 – January 14.
1. 4 Squat Variations You Should Try ASAP: Courtesy of Mike Robertson on Robertson Training Systems
The squat is one of the best exercises you should be doing no matter if your goal is to get stronger or drop a few inches off your waist. There are many of variations of this exercise making it a great option for the average gym goer. In this article, Mike shares 4 squat variations to mix up your training.
2. How To Increase Your Actions Per Day: Courtesy of Daniel Thrasher on Nerd Fitness
Everyone who wants to lose weight, build muscle, feel better, or any other goal for that matter will always start at the bottom. The successful ones are those who build daily, sustainable habits. In this article, Daniel shows you how simply increasing your actions per day (or the healthy choices/decisions you make) can help you get fit and healthy.
3. Eating Out Is Simple: Courtesy of Josh Hillis on Lose Stubborn Fat
Eating out at restaurants can be a challenge if your goal is weight loss. Many restaurant meals are loaded with excess carbohydrates, little protein, and empty calories. But in this article, Josh shows how you can eat out anywhere you’d like and how to set up your meals for success.
4. Can Meal Replacement Shakes Help You Lose Weight: Courtesy of Becky Bell on Authority Nutrition
Meal replacement shakes are a dime a dozen in today’s world. They’re often proclaimed as a healthy alternative to a traditional meal, especially when you want to lose weight. But is this really the case? In this article, Becky digs into some of the research behind meal replacement shakes to provide a straight forward answer.
5. The Top 17 Nutrition Myths Of 2017: Courtesy of Kamal Patel on Examine
Turn on any media outlet today and you’ll be sure to see some type of nutrition myth floating around. This makes it hard to distinguish between the claims that are true and those that are false. In this article, Kamal digs into 17 of the top nutrition myths and proves why they’re false.
Recipe Of The Week: Balsamic Chicken with Red Onions and Potatoes