Can You Really Use Sex for Exercise?

Can you use sex for exercise? You guys have asked and asked, so I’m finally going to answer to the best of my ability and understanding. Scientists have actually looked into the use of sex for exercise quite a bit, especially over recent years. The number of calories burned by men and women is different, and it depends on a lot of factors (I’m keeping this post PG). That said, you might find the results of the studies to be pretty interesting.

Start 2019 Strong With a Fat Burning Workout to Reset Your Fitness

A fat burning workout can help you get your fitness back in order with the start of the year. I always like to get things started with a reset, especially after the holiday season. I kept myself greatly under control – though not entirely – around Christmas, but it’s still good to make a fresh start. Obviously, no fat burning workout is going to make up for a month of overeating and failing to keep up with any exercises at all. That said, I like to focus on one specifically chosen for burning excess fat to help return me to where I was before the holidays began.

Can You Use Energy Pills for Fitness, Not Just Weight Loss?

We can’t be at the top of our game every day, so energy pills for fitness can help put us back where we need to be. I’ve always found that coffee helps me get supercharged for a workout. Still, I don’t always want a coffee, and it’s not always convenient. At the same time, there are instances when I want more than what a coffee has to offer. I wouldn’t mind using something safe but that gives me more than just a jumpstart. I’ve found that using the right energy pills for fitness can do just that. What Do I Mean by Energy Pills for Fitness? When I say that I use energy pills for fitness, that doesn’t just mean caffeine pills. It may mean a product that contains caffeine, but not always. It all depends on the type of boost I’m looking for, how I feel and how I’ve Read More

Why Use a Foam Roller After Every Workout?

Have you been told that you should use a foam roller after your workouts? Maybe you’ve got a friend who swears by them. Maybe it’s your personal trainer who brought it up. This weird cylinder has become a pretty big deal in the fitness world. Here are my thoughts on why you should use a foam roller. Why You Should Use a Foam Roller – The Science I’ll start by talking about the research behind why you’d want to use a foam roller. A study published in The Journal of Athletic Training  showed that when people use them after a workout, the risk of soreness up to 72 hours later greatly decreases. The reason is that it helps to stop your muscles from tightening up. It also keeps muscles more hydrated. So even though they just seem like a hunk of rounded foam, they are actually worth the surprisingly high Read More