Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: April 3 2016

Each week, I 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 March 27 – April 2.

1. 10 Easy Ways To Boost Your Metabolism (Backed By Science): Courtesy of Helen West on Authority Nutrition

When metabolism is increased you burn more calories throughout the day and it’s much easier to manage your weight. It’s essential if you want sustainable results. In this article, Helen shares 10 scientifically backed ways to increases your metabolic rate.

2. 5 Core Training Exercises You Should Be Doing: Courtesy of Mike Robertson On Robertson Training Systems

Everyone and their mom wants to know how to properly train your abs. Most think this is done via sit ups and crunches. But the truth is these types of exercises aren’t the most effective way. In this article, Mike shares 5 core exercises that correctly train the abdominals.

3. The 7 New Rules Of Lifting: Courtesy of Christian Thibaudeau on T Nation

Lifting weights is one of the best ways to get lean and stay lean. But there’s a lot more to it than meets the eye versus going to the gym every week and banging out a couple sets on a few exercises. In this article, Christian shares 7 rules of lifting to help you perform better and get great results.

4. The Surprising Problem With Calorie Counting Part 2: Courtesy of Dr. John Berardi and Dr. Helen Kollias on Precision Nutrition

Last week, Dr. Berardi and Dr. Kollias put together an excellent article on why counting your food calories could be wrong and lead to poor results. This week they tackle calorie counting via exercise. You have probably seen the activity trackers many people are using now, right? How accurate are these? That’s just one of the many questions they dive into in the second part of this series.

5. 3 Ways To Get More Out Of Protein: Courtesy of Dr. Mike Roussell on Naked Nutrition

Protein is one of the most important nutrients for body composition. Not only that, but it offers a ton of health benefits. In this article, Dr. Roussell shows you how you can get more out of your protein.

Appetizer Recipe Of The Week: Sweet Potato Rounds With Herbed Ricotta And Walnuts

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