There might be a less obvious reason than poor sleep for why you’re feeling tired and sluggish. Daytime drowsiness could have as much to do with a love for fatty foods (the greasy, processed variety, not good fats, such as avocado)… Read moreIs That Greasy Cheeseburger Making You Tired?
Genital surgery is not on most men’s bucket lists, but many will have it on their to-do list at some point. And while it’s all too easy to obsess over the negatives of this procedure, there are positives too. “Vasectomy… Read more21 Reasons to Get a Vasectomy
Next time you do cardio, here’s your workout: Warm up at a light pace for 2 minutes. Now, push all-out for 20 seconds; recover for 2 minutes at a slow pace. Do that 20 second/2 minute interval again. <li… This… Read more10 Minutes to Fit: A Science-Backed Cardio Workout
When I talk to people about their workouts, I’ve found that most people have a set gym ritual. They do the same old exercises with the same equipment day after day. I get it. Routines are comforting. But eventually doing the… Read moreBetter Ways to Release Tight Muscles
Captain Robert Killian’s recent win at the Best Ranger Competition isn’t his most surprising fitness victory. In 2015 he won the Spartan World Championship (only his second Spartan event) as a relative unknown in the sport of obstacle racing. Bu… This article… Read moreTrain Like America’s Fittest Army Soldier
When you hear "water workout," you’re either picturing swimming laps, or a gaggle of synchronized grannies doing arm circles. But there’s a new fitness movement that might change all that. Imagine cleaning a barbell underwater, doing plyometric jumps in the… Read moreThe Next Big Workout Trend: Adding Water
Many gym-goers follow slow-rep bodybuilding programs to increase muscle. These mass-building workouts, devoid of explosive movements, result in punches and sprints that are slower than molasses — bad news if you need to move in a hurry. But there’s a… Read moreLift Heavier, Move Faster: A 30-Minute Speed and Strength Workout
1. Not doing your share: If you leave your partner all of the dish washing, laundry, and vacuuming, that can take a physical and emotional toll. “Coming home after a long day of work and then finding there’s still all… Read more8 Things You Do That Kill the Mood
You’ve likely heard a lot about how body imbalances can hold you back in the gym and lead to injuries (and certainly if you read my articles). But how do you diagnose what imbalances you have? Look no further than… Read more5 Easy Steps to Balance Your Body
We already know fast food meals contain astronomical amounts of fat, salt, and calories (yes, even the salads). Now, it turns out that those notoriously unhealthy meals appear to expose people to phthalates<span style="line-height: 1…. This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Your… Read moreYour Fast Food Meal Probably Comes With a Side of Industrial Chemicals
If you’re looking to nail your next marathon, your secret to success may lie in how many hill sprints you do — not how many long runs you’ve tallied. New research out of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia… This article… Read moreA Training Tip Every Long-Distance Runner Should Know
Whoever described the human body as a marvel of engineering was clearly not talking about the knee. Design-wise, it's deeply flawed: To function properly, more than a dozen tendons, ligaments, and bones must work in concert. Despite this complexity, the… Read moreHow to Build a Better Knee
Countless workouts deliver high-intensity training to raise the metabolism, burn fat, and boost conditioning, but you can get all of that in a single exercise: the Turkish Get-Up. This conditioning move targets every major muscle in the body and leaves… Read moreThe Best Strength Move for Losing Fat
Has anyone every told you that you walk like a duck, your feet pointing out instead of straight on? Maybe it’s the way you’ve always walked or maybe it’s a newly acquired gait, but regardless, it can lead to nagging… Read moreFix Your Duck Walk Before It Injures You
Workplace wellness initiatives are the new burning out at your desk, with corporations zeroing in on employees’ health, placing it as paramount to the work they actually produce. Most recently, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini went on CNBC’s Squawk Box on… Read moreWould You Sleep More for $500?
If the fitness world is keeping score, it’s time, then, to add another tally mark to Team Vegan. Bodybuilder Barny Du Plessis, Mr. Universe 2014, is crediting his vegan diet for helping him unlock a new level of fitness, giving him… Read moreHow to Be Vegan and Look Like This
If premature ejaculation (PE) is haunting your sex life, you may be searching for any solution science can offer — but are you ready to inject Botox down there? Bottom line: It's probably not safe. Yes, studies are showing that… Read moreShould You Try Botox for Premature Ejaculation?
If you suffer from chronic low-back pain, mindfulness might be your answer. New research suggests the trifecta of meditation, yoga, and mental body scanning may be a better painkiller than drugs, physical therapy, and other standard treatments. In one o… This article… Read moreNew Research: Back Pain May Be All In Your Head
You may have heard of the controversial chemical bisphenol A (BPA), which is used in the lining of cans and many plastic food containers, and wondered how many cans in your pantry actually have it. The answer: More than you… Read moreThese Canned Foods Are The Biggest BPA Offenders