We've just entered a New Year, and there's no better time to turn things around than now. If you're on the heavier side, now is the time to slim down and bulk up. And if you're a bit on the skinny side, well, you know what to do. In fact, you've always had!
All we're trying to say is that it's never too late to change your body for the better. And our goal is to prove that to you for the whole month of January. Don't lose hope, bros. We're here to help you out!
Here’s everything you need to stay committed to the gym this 2015! Read on to get your fill of health tips, celebrity fitness techniques, and fitspiration in this Bionic edition of the 15 Things A Must Know!
The Andy Warhol x Converse Chuck Taylor collection features the artist’s iconic illustrations on the classic kicks. Makes for an interesting conversation starter!
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Research has shown that you only need 20 minutes of rigorous exercise daily for optimal health and fitness results. Time to get on the HIIT train, gents.
If you think that your fancy compression gear is the key to a better jogging routine…think again. A study on distance runners showed that the snug add-ons don’t really make any difference in running. Basically, they work for basketball, football, bodybuilding, sprinting—anything except distance running.
This amazing display of leg strength is all the motivation you’ll need to never miss a leg day at the gym.
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Researchers at the University of Cambridge have discovered that it’s not the extra padding that kills fat people but their inactivity. Ain’t that a convincing reason to take the stairs more often instead of the elevator?
Bradley Cooper’s American Sniper physique is the stuff fitness freaks dream about, but it’s not easy getting that bod: Cooper had to eat a whopping 8,000 calories every day in order to gain 40 pounds.
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Two Americans recently free climbed the Dawn Wall monolith in Yosemite National Park’s El Capitan, widely considered to be the world’s most difficult rock climb in the world. How’s that for inspiration?
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Sex and relationship coach Kim Anami is traveling around the world to demonstrate just how powerful a vagina can be by lifting stuff like surfboards and rambutan using her lady bits. Do you even lift, bro?
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No wonder The Rock’s so badass: his dad, Rocky Johnson, was a WWF superstar who could probably lift more weight than his son. It clearly runs in the family.
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Drinking urine and putting pee on your face is apparently a health trend in the UK. Bear Grylls must be so proud.
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Only Victoria’s Secret models could make American football gear look sexy.
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Muay Thai fans, behold, the spinning kick to end all spinning kicks (and possibly that poor dude’s life):