Instead of sharing a list of exercises I think should be retired (like the crunch — please stop doing crunches!), I decided to compile a list of exercises I think you should be doing more of today, tomorrow,
Kick it old school with these moves to shred your abs. Old school standards get respect for a reason. They work. Newfangled ideas about training usually sound exciting, and sometimes, they're just as as
Work the right muscle groups at the right time and you'll see fast improvements If you're anything like the average guy, your only opportunity to hit the gym follows the 5pm office exodus. Which means
Need a boost? These are the building blocks of one of the weight room's most challenging feats of strength. Executing a flawless pull-up is one of life’s most difficult tasks, along with wearing denim
Working on core strength isn’t a matter of vanity—an effort to turn a dad-bod midsection into a six-pack. (Though it can help.) It’s more of a commitment to kick ass in everything you do. “Core exercises
I read 15 books this year on happiness, productivity, and success — here are the most meaningful insights I've taken away
The bad thing is that one time a stack of said books collapsed on my desk neighbor. Without a doubt, the books that moved me most this year focused on psychology and behavioral science — and as 2016 draws
Rick Rosner, the world's second-smartest man, starts his day by swallowing around 50 pills. Omega 3 fish oil capsules (to control the bad fat), a baby aspirin (for longevity), Metformin (for the metabolism).
Turns out, a loose muscle is a strong muscle. Like most guys, I hated stretching. Why waste time sitting around when I could be out running? It hurt to learn that I was wrong—throbbed like hell, actually.
A 69-year-old monk who scientists call the 'world's happiest man' says the secret to being happy takes just 15 minutes a
Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk originally from France who has been called "the world's happiest man." That's because he participated in a 12-year brain study on meditation and compassion
A brief attempt to engage readers in the biggest questions of physics dwells on beauty and wonder In the early 1960s, famed physicist Richard Feynman developed a new lecture course for new undergraduates
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