Most research has found that diet trumps exercise as a means of losing weight. They both play a part, but eating less is the key to shrinking your waistline rather than working out or going for long jogs. But what happens when you've lost the weight and want to keep it off? A new study from the University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Centre (AHWC) found that 'successful weight-loss maintainers rely on physical activity to remain in energy balance (rather than chronic restriction of dietary intake) to avoid weight regain'.
Whether for looks or performance, many people want to get gains and look shredded. The cut look is generally a beloved look in society, a sign of power and strength. However, getting those rippling biceps and six-pack abs can be challenging. For many years it was assumed that the Adonis-like physique could only be attained by those with perfect genes or those that could afford, and weren't worried about the side effects of, steroids. However, thanks to modern scientific research and clinical trials, supplements have been discovered that can help you attain your desired muscle growth without having to spend thousands of dollars on personal trainers and taking the risk of using anabolic steroids.