Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: August 21 2016

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 August 14 – August 20.

1. 5 Myths Killing Your Fat Loss Progress: Courtesy of Ryan Wood on Tonygentilcore.com

If you have a fat loss goal, odds are you’ve seen specific recommendations on things to do and things to avoid to aid in your accomplishment. With regards to fat loss, there are tons of myths that the average joe will believe because they saw it in the newest magazine. In this article, Ryan covers 5 of the most prevalent fat loss myths that can kill your progress.

2. The “All Or Nothing” Approach Has Failed, Miserably: Courtesy of Nia Shanks on Niashanks.com

The “all or nothing” approach is basically perfection. It says that you shouldn’t try if you can’t do whatever you want to do correctly. It’s the approach that causes people to fail and lose focus on the achievement of their ultimate goal more than anything else. In this article, Nia talks about how this approach has failed and why you need to be more adaptable in life.

3. Willpower Won’t Work: Hack Your Habit: Courtesy of Chandler Stevens on Breaking Muscle

Building good habits is essential to any goal you have in life. But it takes work, hard work. You could have all the willpower in the world, but sometimes it just isn’t enough. In this article, Chandler talks about how something as simple as changing your environment can be the key to solidifying any habit.

4. The 17 Best Protein Sources For Vegans And Vegetarians: Courtesy of Alina Petre on Authority Nutrition

One big concern among vegans and vegetarians is daily protein intake. Since most animal products are limited, it can be hard to get in enough protein from plant sources. In this article, Alina provides 17 high protein foods for those who are vegan or vegetarian.

5. Why Women Should Strength Train: Courtesy of Nia Shanks on Girls Gone Strong

The article title pretty much sums this one up. I’m all for empowering women to lift weights, become stronger, and do more than they ever thought possible. In Nia’s second article this week, she talks about why strength training is important for women. And the cool thing is it has nothing to do with weight loss.

Dinner Recipe Of The Week: Slow Cooker Spicy Chicken

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