Food is expensive, we know!
But you have to eat right if you want to grow. (This does not mean Ramen noodles).
Here’s a list of 7 healthy foods to buy if you’re on a budget.
Getting big calves is tough! Here’s a quick and easy way to work your calves.
1. Stand on a block with the balls of your feet
2. Do 10 calf raises, aka stand on your tippy-toes and come back down (feet pointing straight ahead).
3. Point your toes together, and do 10 calf raises this way.
4. Point your toes away from each other (heels together) and do 10 more calf raises.
This will work the inner, outer, and middle parts of your calves.
What’s your favorite calf exercise? Tell us in the comments below.
You might have heard of Bulletproof Coffee. Basically it’s just coffee with grass-fed butter and MCT Oil mixed in.
The grass-fed (try to get organic also) butter is much different than regular butter, as a result of the cows’ diet. There are many more vitamins and Omega-3’s in grass fed butter. This is good fat, don’t be scared!
The MCT Oil is optional. Some claim it enhances the effects of the coffee, and doesn’t leave you jittery or crashing a few hours later. What we do know for sure, is that MCT Oil is extremely good for you. This type of fat gets processed directly by your liver, which means you get immediate energy and thermogenesis (increased body temperature).
Energy + fat burning, not bad huh?
And then of course you’re adding about 25g of protein to fuel your muscles.
Everyone loves Quest Protein Bars. Or at least the vast majority of people.
But did you know that you can make great tasting, healthy creations instead of just eating the bars by themselves?
Here’s 4 of our favorite recipes that use Quest bars. (Some are a bit trickier than others)