Training between bodybuilding and obtaining a beach body differs greatly. Bodybuilders use heavy weights in their workouts to achieve a huge, well-balanced body. If you want to get a beach body, you'll need to eat and lift a little less. But there's a lot more to it.
When we think about it, we all have an image of how we want to look in the end. Maybe you want to seem athletic and sleek, with beautiful abs and just enough muscle to turn heads at a pool party in Vegas. Or perhaps you wish to be big, with thick, dense muscular slabs. You want people to think “holy sh*t!” when they see you. 
On January 1, swarms of newbies flock gyms around the country at 8 a.m.
The "New Year, New Me" vibe hangs in the air like thick smoke. The dissatisfaction of the regulars, who are now forced to kneecap supersets out of politeness, is palpable.
New Year's Resolutions are to blame.

Ellagic acid may not be a household word, but it's a potent polyphenol that's been linked to a slew of health advantages.

Ellagic acid, in instance, has been shown in tests to reduce cancer cell proliferation, reduce inflammation, and protect brain function.

It's also found in a variety of foods and is frequently used in supplements and skin care items.

So you made it through thanksgiving. It's now mid-December, and we still have New Years, Christmas (or Kwanzaa, Yule, or other holidays you may celebrate), so your calendar is likely to be packed with family responsibilities, travel, and festive outings with a variety of delectable delights, alcohol, and all around partying. 
What if we changed our eating and lifestyle habits not to lose weight but to improve our sex lives? What if a shift in mindset was all it took to improve our metabolic health and happiness along the way? After all, a healthy libido is an indication of a healthy body in general.
Grip strength is vital for a reason: it's required for practically every activity.
Let's put the weights aside for a minute. You use your grip strength when you pick up a box, move a chair, vacuum, fry an egg, or even drive. Cricket, golf, tennis, mountain climbing, and rugby are among sports that demand good grip. 

Whatever you focus on expands, as it has been said many times. "Whatever you focus on, whether positive or negative, is what you get," I explain, "so focus on the positive and you'll attract more positive into your life."

I'm not claiming that I'm constantly in a good mood or that simply thinking positive thoughts will get you where you want to go. Negative ideas creep up on me, too, but I don't let them last as long as they used to. Look out, world, when I'm focused. I believe we can do practically anything if we FOCUS.
"How do I know if I'm training enough?" is a question I see a lot. It seems pretty straightforward. However, the answers might be a little more complex than you expect. So let's look at what training is and how we set objectives for our training goals. Then you can decide if you trained enough.

We are all familiar with building and sculpting the major muscle groups into our weekly splits. We tend to focus on the larger and more prominent areas of our bodies. But to complete the overall look of a complete and balanced physique, we still need to put some work into a few other areas which might not seem as important or are easily glossed over. Incorporate these minor detail exercises into your split to add the finishing touches to your physique.
It’s happened to all of us. Whether its because you stayed up late or your body just needed the extra rest, you’ve hit the forbidden “snooze” button. But what if it’s still possible to “own” your morning, even with a late start?