When it comes to burning calories and losing fat, many people choose to go with cardio. Walk into any gym these days, and you’ll see various people who are looking to get summer-ready on the treadmill or stationary bike. The consensus is clear – we should do cardio if we want to burn a considerable … Continue reading Why Cardio is an Overrated Fat Loss Solution
Despite what all the recent diet trends will tell you, if you truly want to maximize your athletic performance, energy levels, and mood, you should be consuming carbohydrates. As it turns out, having post-workout carbs could be hiding a few extra benefits. Let’s take a closer look. 1. Carbs replenish the lost glycogen. Your workout … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Carbs Are Important For Building Muscle
Imagine a world in which our ancestors clung to the safety of their farmlands and never set out to explore the world, just because someone told them not to. Society, as we know it today, would be nonexistent. If these curious individuals can do the unimaginable and sail an endless ocean – you can surely … Continue reading How to Break Free from Mediocrity
Adversity is generally seen in a negative light. Hardship, setbacks, failures, and pain are things we all try to avoid. And when we inevitably are forced to face them, we look to for ways to stay distracted rather than learn from it. Learn from these obstacles. What if these things were used to our benefit? … Continue reading This Approach to Hardship Will Change Your Life
By definition, ego is the conscious mind, the part of the identity that you consider your “self.” Is it working for your benefit, or is it getting in the way? Typically ego is displayed with an elevated sense of self-importance, grandiosity, and an inflated level of confidence. To be clear, negative self-worth is equally damaging. … Continue reading Is Your Ego Holding You Back?
Death in itself is a morbid point of conversation to bring up for most. It’s one of those elephants in the room that no one wants to talk about beforehand, but when it occurs no one is ever ready. Obviously, there are exceptions such as if someone dies unexpectedly from an accident, cancer, or a … Continue reading You Can Make a Difference: Build a Legacy That Matters