Though you may have got the impression, No Will No Skill is not dead. In fact, we’re just coming alive. We’re super-busy working on an offline project these days, but we’ll be back online soon. If you’ve been wondering what’s going on with us, read on to find out.
Did you know that there’s a big difference between breathing through your nose and your mouth? Long-term mouth breathing can lead to a couple of health issues, including poor blood oxygen levels, sleep and heart problems. Today we’re taking a look at why you should always breathe through your nose.
This coffee is the combination of several ingredients that will increase your training performance, give you more energy and help you burn more fat throughout and after your workout. It’s pretty easy to make at home and tastes simply delicious.
If there was only one thing that determines how successful you’ll be in any area of your life, it’s your ability to set clearly defined goals and take action on them. Today we’re taking a look at how and why you should set some goals for yourself.
How many times have you heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day? Well today I’m here to tell you about how eating breakfast can actually make you hungrier and why you’re better off skipping it entirely.
Once again, we’re giving out some T-shirts on Facebook. This time you have a chance to win one of the two No Will No Skill T-shirts in a simple competition ending on September 1st. Read on for more information on how to participate.
Eating the right foods day in, day out is very important if you want to stay healthy and be in shape. There are a zillion superfoods out there, but they’re usually so uncommon that you just can’t eat them regularly, even if you tried. That’s why I created this list of very easily accessible health-boosting and fat-burning foods that you can easily make an everyday part of your diet.
The seal push-up is a prerequisite for one of the hardest bodyweight moves out there – the hollowback press (a.k.a. 90 degree push-up). The difficulty level of a proper seal push-up is around 8/10, but you can easily adapt it to your current strength level (or use negatives).
If you still think that cramming as much aerobic exercise into your schedule as you can is good for you, then the following might be quite shocking. This week I have two articles for you, both from trusted authorities, that discuss the many negatives of aerobic training. Read on…
Do you think you need to be on a special diet or exercise program in order to get a 6-pack? Are you trying to figure out a magic macronutrient ratio to lose fat, but keep all your muscle? What if I told you that you can get ripped and stay that way all year without ever counting calories or paying too much attention to macros? That’s right. Plus you’ll have a bulletproof immune system and you don’t even need a magic pill. It’s all about living like you were programmed to – a little more like a caveman. Let me explain…