IIFYM - – If It Fits Your Macros, A flexible diet plan

50 Macro-Friendly Snacks

Here's our list of low-calorie snacks that will fit your macros!

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Meal Prep: The ‘Why’ And ‘How To’

Counting macros. It’s saved your diet, your body composition goals, and your sanity. Yet, sometimes, it can get time-consuming. There’s a reason we have so many fast food options. It’s easy, cheap, and convenient; not to mention easy to throw you off your diet plan. With that said, the growing popularity of bodybuilding and […]

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50 Workout Songs for Cardio

Whether you hate or love doing cardio, you'll need great music to get it done. Here's our cardio workout playlist!

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Why Flexible Dieting Is More Useful Than Just Tracking Calories

Walk into a grocery store and look at any packaged food. Undoubtedly one of the first things you’ll see is the calories per serving listed somewhere on the front of the package. Open the menu at many restaurants and you’ll see a calorie count by the items in the “lighter side” section. If calories […]

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The Essential Guide to Workout Supplements

Here's our list of tested and proven supplements to help your performance.

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The Pros and Cons of Streaming Fitness Online

Are you someone who is enthusiastic about fitness, but can’t find the time to go to a gym? Or maybe you have so many chores to complete at home and you’re too tired to go outside to workout? And wouldn’t it be great if there was someone or something that could calculate our diet […]

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Defining Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance

There is growing interest in the area of food allergy and food intolerance: in the United States, 25% of adults believe they have a food allergy, despite the actual incidence rate of diagnoses being 2-3% (1). A common issue which explains such a discrepancy between diagnosis rates and self-reported incidence is the interchangeable use […]

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Eating A Low Fat Diet: Here are 10 Foods to Minimize or Avoid

I know what you might be thinking… “but, Matt, with IIFYM I’m supposed to be able to eat anything I want. Why would I want to utilize a low fat diet?” That’s true, with IIFYM you really have no limits, but if you are trying to lose weight, we need to remember that there […]

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50 Workout Songs For Heavy Lifting and Hitting PR’s

Let’s cut to the chase. We aren’t about playing thelove music from below a lady’s window while wearing a leotard and goofy hat. We’re about lifting heavy stuff and get jacked as hell. That isn’t going to happen whilelistening to nature noises or Marvin Gaye. Great workouts don’t start with a solid warm up. […]

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Dynamic Stretching: The Vast Advantages and How to Apply Them

We all know how important stretching is. It’s been preached about for decades. We all can remember the days of being in school and having gym teachers and coaches running us all through stretches. Unfortunately, in those days it was primarily static stretches and not dynamic stretching. People are used to the normal static […]

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How Changing Your Diet Can Help Fight Inflammation

Recent research suggests that chronic high levels of inflammation may be a primary factor in many of the chronic diseases our country is currently facing...

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Part 2: Why Fad Diets Are Ruining The Fitness Industry

In Part 2, we’re going to talk about the most popular fad diets out there and why they are perpetuated.

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The Best Back Exercises To Increase Pull-up Volume

Performing pull-ups is the usual advice you'll receive when looking for the best back exercises to increase the volume. Yet, this is missing considerations.

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9 Foods That Are Beneficial For Cognitive Health

This article will give you a rundown of the foods with the strongest evidence for neuroprotection, and for improving cognitive function.

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The Best Core Exercises to Protect You from Injury

Here are five superior core exercises for the purpose of building a strong core for injury protection.

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