What are back dimples? These are corresponding concave marks that show on the lower human back. They were named after Venus, the Roman queen of beauty and are widely regarded as a hint of beauty. Many people crave back dimples and would do almost anything to acquire them. Scientifically, they are assumed to be genetic, but can be achieved through specific exercise and weight loss routines.
To ask a question like that is pretty much asking “Will my muscles grow if I exercise?” In general, yes. It just depends on HOW and WHAT you do. Same thing with supplements – read on to learn more.
Before we get to the real deal, let’s get rid of some illusions and misconceptions surrounding supplements. The world is a cold place where not everything can be trusted.
No other abs exercise can provide you the same level of challenge and satisfaction when done correctly. We are talking about the one and only dragon flag.
Even if you were not raised on the 70s martial arts films or 80s action movies, chances are you have seen this exercise before on screen. It looks tough and feels rough, with just enough challenge to keep you motivated until you finally master it.
If you are into bodybuilding and strength training in general, chances are that you’ve heard about creatine.
The ultimate guide to guerilla-style bodybuilding is right at your disposal – here, we are going to talk about how to do dips at home if you’re lacking the proper equipment and or/space.
Before we delve into the meaty stuff, let’s figure out why dips are great and how exactly they can contribute to your great body shape.
You have always been told you need more fruits and veggies, but what about protein?
Your hair and nails are made of protein. Protein is used to build and repair muscle tissue, and makes up enzymes, hormones, bones, cartilage, skin, and blood.
It is also a macro-nutrient, meaning your body needs rather large quantities of it in order to function properly.
Here are 15 foods rich in protein that will satisfy your body’s need for protein.
Everything you wanted to know about adjustable dumbbells (but were afraid to ask) is here in this article. Our own best adjustable dumbbells roundup, a buyer’s guide, and a lot of dumbbell tips are waiting for you below.
Technological progress is blooming in all modern day industries, and fitness industry is not an exception. Home gyms, smart benches, elliptical machines – the possibilities for an effective workout are amazing.
Stretching is one of the most commonly performed exercises in the world, yet people often don’t know if they are doing it right. Or worse, some of us think that we are stretching correctly but are doing it very wrong.
It is important to know what the best stretches are and how long to hold a stretch to get the most benefit for our bodies. We will give you these answers and more in this article, and even some surprising corrections to common misguided beliefs.
No matter what your goals in fitness are, you would inevitably want these two things:
- make sure that what you do is right;
- see what others are up to.
That’s why people have invented the internet, blogs, and social networks – so that we could post and share our workout pictures demonstrating our (yet to be/already) perfect shape, and watch others do the same.
Yes, an average man may be not exist, and you just wouldn’t believe how much weight he can bench press. Read on to find out.
What’s all this fuss about the bench press?
As you may know, bench press is one of three main bodybuilding exercises (the other two being squat and deadlift).
These exercises are great simply because by doing just them and nothing else you can develop all major muscle groups: chest and arms (bench press), legs (squats) and back (deadlift).