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Think you’ve got your gym routine down to a science? Regardless of what you do in the weights room or on the treadmill, what you do after you finish your workout is just as important as the minutes you spent pushing, pressing, sprinting, and sweating. Make sure you’re not making one of these colossal mistakes, so you’re going from strength to strength with each workout.

How much can you drink, and will it affect your ability to lose weight? Diet and exercise are inextricably linked, and while most people understand what constitutes a healthy diet or a solid workout plan, many are confused when the topic of alcohol comes up. Is alcohol healthy? Can it be consumed as part of a healthy diet? Should people who exercise drink alcohol at all? In this article we’ll lift the lid on alcohol and whether it can be part of a healthy lifestyle.

A lot of confusion exists in the fitness industry with people training the wrong way for their goal - not everyone needs to train like a bodybuilder. There are several different so-called “strength sports” which, to the average person, can seem very similar. However, each training style is unique and offers different challenges and benefits.

Most people think after a hard workout, they’ve earned a muffin or a cheat meal - however, this is rarely the case. The amount of calories burned through different types of training might surprise you and make you rethink - How does the bedroom compare to a weights session?

Strong, powerful hamstrings can add a lot to your physique and also your athletic performance. You only have to look at the hamstring development of athletes like sprinters, jumpers, pole vaulters, and rugby players to see how important the hamstrings are. And no self-respecting bodybuilder or fitness model will ever make a name for themselves with weakly developed "leg biceps". If your hamstring development and strength is letting you down, it's time to think beyond the leg curl machine.

Trying to eat healthier, but find yourself occasionally falling off the wagon and indulging in wings and nuggets? Find out just how good and bad different types of chicken can be for you - The answer may surprise you!

Drop sets are a great way to add intensity to a workout without having to use a spotter but, like all the other training systems, use them in moderation otherwise over training and severe muscle soreness may result!

Taking a stimulant-based pre-workout before you hit the weights room can give you the workout of your life. It brings on a wave of energy that heightens your nervous system response and helps you focus on the workout at hand. To give yourself a training edge the next time you feel good, or give yourself a boost the next time you feel down, throw a pre-workout drink into your supplement protocol.

Squats and Deadlifts are two of the most beneficial exercises in your workout arsenal - if done properly! Find out how to perfect your technique and get maximum results out of these compound lifts. 

Fat loss often seems like a very complicated subject, but that's not really the case. You need to eat less to create an energy deficit and exercise more to burn calories. The trick is to find the methods that work best for you and that you can stick with. Fat loss and ongoing weight control are not achieved overnight. Instead, they are long-term processes - try different combinations of these methods until you find the best fat loss solution for you.

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