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Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: October 30 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 October 23 – October 29.

1. Ideal Bodyweight: Is There Such A Thing?: Courtesy of Shawn Gerber on Breaking Muscle

One thing most want to know is what their ideal bodyweight should be. This is a tough question to answer because the it depends on the person. Everyone and every body is unique and different. But in this article, Shawn provides a formula you can use, no matter who you are, to determine what your best bodyweight is.

2. 10 Commandments Of Injury Prevention: Courtesy of Dr. John Rusin on T Nation

Injuries are all too common in the gym these days. That achy back or sore knee can often prevent you from getting in a good, intense workout. In this article, Dr. Rusin shares 10 principles that you should follow if you want to become more injury resilient.

3. Meal Plans Usually Suck (Here Are 6 Better Ways To Transform Your Diet): Courtesy of Brian St. Pierre on Precision Nutrition

Look into in mainstream diet and you’ll be sure to fund a specific meal plan to go along with it. Meal plans can be helpful but they’re usually short-lived. In order to transform your diet and your body, you need something more permanent. In this article, Brian shows you why meals plans aren’t always the best idea and what you should do instead.

4. 9 Ways To Increase Your “Good” HDL Cholesterol: Courtesy of Franziska Spritzler on Authority Nutrition

HDL cholesterol is commonly referred to as your “good” cholesterol. It’s an important number to look at when having blood work done. In fact, high levels of HDL cholesterol can help decrease your risk of heart disease. In this article, Franziska shows 9 different ways you can increase your numbers.

5. You Can Get Fit In A Quarter Hour: Courtesy of Tom Kelso on Breaking Muscle

One of the most common excuses people make about achieving their health and fitness goals is that they don’t have enough time. And I get it. Everyone is busy, there’s no denying that. But doing something, no matter how long, is always better than doing nothing. In this article, Tom shows you how you can get fit in just 15 minutes 2-3 times per week following this simple training program.

Snack Recipe Of The Week: Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

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