All of us want to feel good about ourselves. When we are confident, we feel better emotionally and mentally and this reflects in a very positive way in our behaviors, and improves our quality of life, everything from personal relationships to our professional endeavors.
The thing that a lot of people don’t realize when they start working out is that really anything can be a workout. As long as there’s some resistance involved and you’re using your muscles to some degree, then it’s training.
And that means that you can think outside the box when it comes to bodyweight workouts. You don’t just have to do pull ups, push ups and squats, check out some of these utterly bizarre but also rather cool bodyweight exercises!View More The Weirdest Bodyweight Exercises That Everyone Should Do
If you’re having trouble losing weight, or having a hard time controlling your appetite, try to figure
out if it’s because you’re hungry or something is bothering you.
In the fight against weight loss, I have really had to look at why I overeat. If you find yourself eating not because you’re hungry, but
because your emotions are in a mess.
1. Give yourself positive, encouraging statements. Repeat them constantly and your mind will act on them. Work at feeling good about yourself and become more self reliant. YOU are a capable person! Don’t allow those inner voices to convince you otherwise.View More 10 Ways to Boost Your Self Esteem
A solid hard chest, horse shoe triceps and ripped abs too. Sky rocketing upper body power. Even bragging rights among friends. The push up and its cousin the bodyweight dip offer all this and much more. If you had to choose only two exercises to perform this would be the first half (the second being pull ups of course!)View More Bodyweight Training – Push Up and Dips
You should not consider yourself anywhere near being strong, fit or in shape if you can’t do a pull up. Thanks to the modern age of “all show – no go” fitness machines we’ve had at least a generation of trainers doing everything they can to avoid hitting the pull up bar. Pull downs, back machines, bands, on and on and on trying to “fix” a exercise that was never broke in the first place.View More Bodyweight Blitz – Pull Up Power
You may have heard one of the ignorant claims that it’s impossible to build powerful and aesthetically pleasing looking legs without throwing half a ton on the leg press machine or squatting 500lbs. Never mind what that type of non-stop pounding often ends up doing to the knees.
Ask anyone who has power lifted or follow exclusively heavy bodybuilding leg routines for over ten years if you don’t believe me. I guarantee many mention a knee surgery or two.View More Leg Training Without Weights
The short answer to this question is yes. But to know more about exactly what a penis enlargement exercise can do and how you can maximize the impact of this activity, it pays to know a bit more about what really happens when you do these exercises.View More Do Penis Enlargement Exercises Really Work?
So you’ve decided it’s time to lose those extra pounds – good for you! We thought it was time to share the down and dirty on how to gain muscle while losing fat fast! These simple steps will have you leaner in no time at all.View More The Down and Dirty on How to Gain Muscle While Losing Fat Fast
Bodyweight training has a great number of advantages. This is a way to work out that will allow you to increase your ‘strength to weight ratio’ thereby becoming more agile, more acrobatic and more powerful. You’ll be fast like a coiled spring and strong in a functional way that equates to real-world usefulness.View More Other Forms of Exercise That Incorporate Bodyweight Training
When building muscle, there are a few things that make an impact on your progress. One is how much you are able to pump the muscle with blood and metabolites. When you train and your muscle is tense, this forces blood and hormones like testosterone and growth hormone to collect there. Now the muscle will be ‘occluded’ meaning that blood will pool and all the signals will be sent to encourage more growth.View More More Ways to Engage Muscle Fibre Without Weights