Men's Fitness UK

How to love the foods you loathe

The world’s top fitness models are just like us. Sure, they may have bodies that are bigger, leaner and more defined than we do, but they still struggle with hitting their five-a-day of fresh fruit and veg, or eating more of the nutrient-rich (but sometimes taste-poor) foods that help build their eye-catching physiques. So to help you improve your diet to include more of what you should be eating, we’ve quizzed some of our favourite fitness models to

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Men's Fitness UK

Men's Fitness UK6 min lettiPsychology
Down But Not Out
I was two weeks out from a world title fight when I got the news. It took a lot of energy, a lot of focus, but I just tried to completely switch it off, take it out of my mind completely like it never even happened.” Back in 2017, in his Miami trai
Men's Fitness UK2 min lettiPsychology
Mind
Greek scientists have found that a regular dose of extra virgin olive oil helps patients suffering with cognitive difficulties. Researchers gave participants 50ml of the oil every day for a year and found that long-term consumption was associated wit
Men's Fitness UK3 min lettiPsychology
Calm Your Mind
When the skies are grey, it gets tough to remember the sunny days. Keeping a gratitude journal is a tried-and-tested means of ‘counting your blessings’: helping you remember things you’re grateful for by regularly writing them down. Research by psych