We have gone through several changes in our weightlifting routines this year. We’ll share some tips below on how to make it through and stick with a weightlifting routine.
There are two types of people in the world, those like Evan who can easily stay hydrated and drink tons of water without even noticing; and those like me who struggle to meet the minimum amount of water everyday.
We are bulking because we’ve both been thin for most of our lives. We want to be able to lift heavier and look muscular. It’s difficult, especially with my health issues right now. But this is where we are at so far.
Habits can be crucial or detrimental to your life and well-being, depending on what they are. This post focuses on habits to stop. In the future we’ll discuss habits to start. Many of these habits I still haven’t broken out of. So not to say that they’re easy to stop, just that in the long run it will be healthier if you stop these habits. If you direct your energy and focus on other habits instead of these, you’ll be healthier and happier, which is what everyone wants right?
We like our rest days and use them to do fun things, but we don’t like taking more than necessary. If you’re like us, if you don’t have anything planned for your rest days, you feel lazy and bored. To fix that, all you have to do is make a plan for your rest day.
Body image dissatisfaction is an unfortunately common problem. With media portrayals of perfect-looking people, it isn’t surprising. So what can we change? How can you improve your own personal body image?
Everyone seems to have a different hair care routine. Some don’t work for other people and their hair types at all. There are a few general rules people usually follow with hair care. Several of those don’t work for me.
We often discuss working out and being in the gym. We don’t talk about food and our progress in anything other than PRs and strength very much. The goal of this post is to show you that even if we’re looking good on Instagram and lifting all the time, there’s more that goes into it than just picking up the heavy things and putting them down.
We started our fitness journey together about a year and a half ago. The two of us work out almost daily. Weightlifting is our exercise of choice. We both started at different times, but are now in it together.
If you spend most of your time occupied by watching TV or playing videogames, you will probably get bored after awhile. Even if the game or show is interesting, just doing the same thing for awhile gets tedious. If you use the time you have available to engage in productive activities, you’ll probably feel better, have accomplished something, and mental health can improve as well.