Muscles, guns, buns of steel, six pack washboard abs, cannons. We idealize and fantasize about having strong and defined muscle, but why? Sure, it makes you look great, but building muscle mass can have drastic positive effects throughout your life.
Pushups can be intimidating. Lifting yourself up off the ground takes a lot of strength and coordination throughout the body. Despite the challenge, a pushup is one of the most practical exercises you can do. And not to mention the incredible feeling of accomplishment when you finally master it. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it and comes in super handy. This is just about everything you need in order to learn how to do a pushup.
Without muscle, we would be pretty useless. The muscles of the body enable us to live life as we know it. They let us lift, carry, push, pull, walk, run, scratch, and hug. They can get stronger, weaker, bigger, smaller, tear, heal, tighten, and stretch. These movements and features are complex, and muscles are incredibly advanced to make it all happen.
Figuring out the most effect exercise program for the goal of losing body fat can be challenging. In terms of the best way to get rid of that fat, there is a ton of conflicting information on which is the best route for fat loss: Cardio or Strength Training. Each style has its own benefits and drawbacks in the quest for getting rid of fat.
Gym noises are frustrating and I hate them. They’re distracting, annoying, and make people hate going to the gym. I hate the yelling, the grunting, the moaning, and the steam engine blowing breath. But I hate slamming and dropping weights the most. But it’s just not because of the noise. Putting down your weight is just as important as picking it up.
For better or worse, our bodies are really efficient at storing energy for later. This is super helpful when we’re starving and need to find food to eat. But it’s super unhelpful when we build up a big chunk of body fat from this excess energy.