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CrossFit: Is It Right for You?

CrossFit: Is It Right for You?

I knew after my first “trial run” with CrossFit that I would have to go back for more”¦ For those of you who don’t know, CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that combines weightlifting, gymnastics, functional move ...
How to Eat for Lean Muscle Gain

How to Eat for Lean Muscle Gain

Gaining muscle without gaining excess fat can be challenging, but it’s achievable with the right nutrition strategy. Beginners can experience significant improvements in muscle growth and fat loss simultaneously as their bodies adapt to new exe ...
5 Time-Saving Tips for Bodybuilders

5 Time-Saving Tips for Bodybuilders

There are no real shortcuts to getting “buff,” but these tips will help you use your time more effectively. If you are among the majority of people who feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day, it’s time to work sm ...
3 Reasons Why Willpower Isn’t Enough

3 Reasons Why Willpower Isn’t Enough

Your body is an amazing machine. It can adapt, recover and grow from many kinds of stress. Part of this resiliency is due to your body’s ability to maintain “homeostasis.” Homeostasis refers to the body’s ability to regulate ...
Top 3 Brain Supplements for Bodybuilders

Top 3 Brain Supplements for Bodybuilders

The Fitness Edge is not just about fitness and nutrition. It’s about performing better and more efficiently in every aspect of life. That’s why I want to discuss a part of your body you might be neglecting: your brain. Beyond a solid nutr ...
One Exercise for Sleeve-Bursting Biceps

One Exercise for Sleeve-Bursting Biceps

More than 30 years after they were published, pictures of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s infamous bicep peaks continue to motivate gym-goers. You can walk into just about any gym in the country and see people performing Arnold’s signature bicep ...
3 Stress-Busters to Boost Gym Performance

3 Stress-Busters to Boost Gym Performance

Most people know that exercise is a great way to relieve stress. What rarely gets attention is the fact that reducing stress levels can actually improve exercise performance and recovery. Technically, exercise is a form of positive stress. Your body ...