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The 10 Best TRX Exercises for Men

Men love to lift heavy dumbbells, barbells, and kettlebells and make use of many of the machines in the gym. But, you don't always have to train that way. In fact, there's one piece of equipment you may be neglecting that could seriously help you to improve your lifts: "The...

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The Best Anti Aging Habits

Some people age as much as three times faster than others, according to a study from New Zealand. Researchers checked in on 954 people born between 1972 and 1973 at ages 26, 32, and 38. They found that some of the subjects' "biological age" stayed practically the same over the course of...

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You Might Gain Weight If You Sleep Too Little

Studies that were made by the University of Leeds showed that sleeping badly might be a reason for gaining weight. The study was conducted on 1,615 adults and concluded that sleeping less than six hours a night added one more inch to the waist measurements than people who slept nine...

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Boxing Burns More Calories Than Any Other Sport

Playing sport isn’t just about burning calories. It’s a great way to socialise or simply something to enjoy for the sake of it. But if your main aim is shedding calories, boxing might be your best bet. Research from supplement brand Forza has found that boxing burns 800 calories an...

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A Big Guy’s Guide to Men’s Pilates Workout

Before you roll your eyes and scoff, hear this: Some of the biggest, baddest dudes in professional sports get taken to task with a little bit of Pilates. For instance, Marquise Goodwin, an Olympic track-and-field athlete and a receiver for the San Francisco 49ers, takes Pilates classes at the Austin,...

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Is Exercise Actually Stressing You Out?

You may know Chevy Rough as a coach on the BBC documentary Mind Over Marathon, where he helped people with mental health difficulties run the London Marathon. Or perhaps you know him from Coach’s Facebook Live stretching session after last year’s Royal Parks Half Marathon. Or maybe you’ve seen his...

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5 Tips to Prevent Gym Injuries

With dry chalk covering the palms of my hands and sweat running down the side of my face, I took one last look in the mirror to check my form before bracing bending over the bar. I was about to deadlift 450 pounds — a one-rep personal record —  and...