The thought of doing cardio for fat loss usually invokes strong feelings for most people. In my experience most people either love doing cardio or hate doing cardio. There are very few people that are indifferent on the subject. Some love the feeling they get from hopping onto that treadmill and working up a good sweat, while others would rather drive over their own foot just to have an excuse to skip their cardio for the day. Read the rest of this entry »
Maintaining a state of optimal health is essential if you want to build a better body. If the natural balance of health within the body is thrown off, your fat loss efforts will suffer. Nutrition for fat loss, fitness, and health all go hand in hand. Read the rest of this entry »
Here at Fit Universe, our goal is to provide you with the best information possible in order to reach your goals. Layne Norton, a professional bodybuilder with the IFPA and NGA organizations, is one of the most respected natural bodybuilders not only for his achievements and physique, but his knowledge on nutrition and training. Read the rest of this entry »
Check out that alliteration, folks.
You can consider this article a sort of side-trip about the whole issue of intervals versus steady state cardio that I’ve been discussing in the previous articles. I’ve mentioned exercise efficiency briefly in a couple of posts but want to make some more detailed comments before continuing on with the series.. Read the rest of this entry »
Dear frustrated trainee,
Haven’t you ever wanted to have a body like the one halfway down this page?
Lean, muscular, fit, and, of course, just painfully hot. Read the rest of this entry »
Among the numerous never-ending debates in the field is the question of whether or not cardio/aerobic type activity should be performed when the explicit goal is maximum gains in muscle mass. And as is usually the case, there are a variety of extreme standpoints in this debate. Read the rest of this entry »
High intensity interval training workouts can be done in a variety of different ways. Here’s a wickedly-effective type of interval training workout: it requires no machines or fancy equipment, you can do it outside in the sunshine and fresh air, it develops killer conditioning, carves out legs like a sprinter, and burns calories at an accelerated rate. Read the rest of this entry »
On Empty Stomach Cardio:
Layne, here is my question. Normally we drink whey, post-workout, and when we do cardio afterwards, it would be cool because we drink whey protein. But what about morning cardio? Read the rest of this entry »