Fat Loss

Fat loss is one of the most common fitness goals. Basically, it's the process of eliminating fat on the body to ultimately also reduce weight. Fat loss can be the unintentional result of many sicknesses and diseases and stress, but can also be intentional as the result of diet and exercise. (We think the second is much more desireable.) Learn more about fat loss here:

Don’t judge a book by its cover? A new study finds people with high BMIs are more likely to die from heart disease, despite research suggesting it’s possible to be overweight and still be in shape.

November is American Diabetes Month, so we decided to take a closer look at insulin: What does it do, how does it lead to diabetes, and what are the surprising ways it can help us lose fat?
It might just be the most important exercise you can do, but what's the best way to do it? The debate over deep and shallow squats is as old as weightlifting itself — and we've finally found the answer.
Fasting is becoming an extraordinarily popular way to live longer, improve digestion, and lose fat, but it can still be a controversial subject. How did not eating become healthy?
GUEST POST: John Romaniello and Adam Bornstein share an exclusive excerpt from their new book, "Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha." They lay out why we struggle to lose weight and the first step to turning it around.

A new study suggests aerobic training may be more efficient than strength training when it comes to burning fat. But should we all really trade in resistance bands for running shoes?

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GUEST POST: John Romaniello and Adam Bornstein share an exclusive excerpt from their new book, "Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha." They lay out why we struggle to lose weight and the first step to turning it around.
Fasting is becoming an extraordinarily popular way to live longer, improve digestion, and lose fat, but it can still be a controversial subject. How did not eating become healthy?
It might just be the most important exercise you can do, but what's the best way to do it? The debate over deep and shallow squats is as old as weightlifting itself — and we've finally found the answer.
November is American Diabetes Month, so we decided to take a closer look at insulin: What does it do, how does it lead to diabetes, and what are the surprising ways it can help us lose fat?

Don’t judge a book by its cover? A new study finds people with high BMIs are more likely to die from heart disease, despite research suggesting it’s possible to be overweight and still be in shape.

Look to the cold for shedding extra pounds. Drinking iced water can speed up metabolism and burn extra calories.

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