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Staying Fit Isn’t A New Year’s Resolution For These Hunter-Gatherers

On January 6, 2017 by Physical Culturist

After the countdown to New Year's, Americans start thinking about upping the intensity of their workouts or making room in their schedule for a boot camp. But the men and women of the Hadza, a group of hunter-gatherers in Northern Tanzania, have no need for resolutions to be more active.

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8 Mistakes Men Make With Diets

On January 3, 2017 by Physical Culturist

Avoid these nutrition mistakes and never develop dad-bod. Are you making any of them? Check out the list.

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Bodybuilders are Bigger than Powerlifters – Why?

On December 23, 2016 by Physical Culturist

A close look at why bodybuilders are more muscular than powerlifters.

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Get Ripped. Get Walking.

On December 16, 2016 by Physical Culturist

This is not your mama's workout. Get to the nearest treadmill and incinerate fat while leaving muscle completely intact.

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Constant Gym-Goer Ditched Her Cardio Workouts for Powerlifting and Lost 37 Lbs.

On December 9, 2016 by Physical Culturist

For years, Alice Fields was a cardio queen, who would toil away on the treadmill in the hopes of slimming down. But her weight wouldn’t budge — until she started powerlifting.

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Today’s men are not nearly as strong as their dads were, researchers say

On December 2, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Researchers tested whether millennial guys are as strong as their dads. Someone’s not going to be happy with the answer.

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Vince Gironda’s Beginner Growth Program

On November 23, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Vince Gironda (1917-1997) was one of the greatest trainers of the past century. He spent countless hours with beginner and intermediate bodybuilders in the attempt to sculpt their bodies, and produced some of the most famous major-league bodybuilding champions the world has ever seen.

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What Is The Ideal Male Body Women Dig?

On November 12, 2016 by Physical Culturist

The age-old question all men want to know the answer to. Are our shoulders big enough, stomach too big, arms too thin and a stream of endless questions showcasing our insecurity when it comes to building the ideal physique women crave.

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Lifting weights could make you more intelligent, study suggests

On October 26, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Regularly lifting weights could make you more intelligent, a new study of people with the early signs of dementia suggests.

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2 Ways to Fight Sitting Disease

On October 19, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Forced to sit four or more hours a day? It doesn't matter how much you exercise, it'll still hurt you. Here are 3 practical solutions.

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Strength Training Makes Elderly People Mentally Stronger

On September 30, 2016 by Physical Culturist

People over sixty who take up strength training not only gain physical strength but can improve their mental functioning too, report Brazilian sports scientists in Clinical Interventions in Aging.

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History of Weightlifting Shoes

On September 22, 2016 by Physical Culturist

The history of weightlifting shoes is not a topic which sparks much attention, but it is not only a story about footwear. The way weightlifting shoes have evolved is aligned with the developments in the sport itself, revealing some striking details that have previously been overlooked.

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How To Lose A Lot of Weight Fast (ft. Eric Helms)

On September 16, 2016 by Physical Culturist

In this video, Eric Helms (coach/athlete/author/educator/researcher) explains how to lose a lot of weight fast.

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5 Secrets of the Relentless

On September 12, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Call them obsessed if you want, but you also have to call them successful. Here's how the relentless get results.

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Men Are Getting Weaker — Because We’re Not Raising Men

On August 23, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Young American males are losing touch with a critical element of true masculinity.

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NEWS: Arizona Man Loses Hundreds of Pounds by Walking to Walmart

On August 20, 2016 by Physical Culturist

This Arizona man has lost more than 300 pounds by walking to Walmart everyday, and is now training to become a bodybuilder!

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Leptin Resistance & How To Increase Leptin Sensitivity Using Metabolic Override

On August 17, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Leptin resistance can be a major factor in obesity and your inability to lose weight.

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5 Timeless Lessons

On August 3, 2016 by Physical Culturist

If some trainer or coach has been pushing the same principle for 70 to 100 years, chances are it's worth adopting.

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4 Reasons You’re Not Lean

On July 9, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Believe it or not, only one of these is about your crappy diet. Check out all the tips here.

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VIDEO: China’s 79 Year Old Ftness Guru Performs Two-Finger Push-Ups

On June 26, 2016 by Physical Culturist

Zhang Zhuofu, a 79-year-old fitness fanatic, can perform two-finger push-ups, lifting his body weight using only his thumbs and index fingers, and can complete between 40 to 50 push-ups in one go.

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