Muscle is the quickest way to a hot, healthy body. If you just go on a diet, or if you just
diet and do cardio, you may end up a little thinner, but unfortunately, you’d have to work
so much harder to keep your weight down. Muscle is the only think that speeds up your
metabolism so that you can consistently burn calories for hours and while resting.
If you loved the show Mad Men, then you will love this video put together by the legendary Saul Bass. Saul Bass was a graphic designer and Academy Award winning film director, but he was best known for his iconic movie posters, motion picture title sequences and designing some of the most iconic corporate logos in North America.
I don’t usually write angry articles. I’m not the type to side against any genre of music and place meaningless biases towards an artist or a song. However, today I’m crossing the threshold. If you haven’t heard at least a fraction of David Guetta’s poptastrophe “Hey Mama” featuring Nicki Minaj, you may want to leave the rock you are currently living under.
Myth #1: Longer Workouts = Better Workouts
With most goals exercise quality is more important than quantity. Smart exercise will always take precedent over long exercise. Each workout has 2 primary variables: intensity and duration. Try to workout at a certain intensity so the duration is limited.
Not controlling your workout intensity and spending too much time in the gym is actually bad for your body because your body will produce excess stress hormones which will hinder the recovery process.
We all burn, burn, burn with the desire for fame. But what would we do once we had it? Most pop stars play the game. They know the rules, and they stick to them, mostly. There’s some bending, but only enough to make them stand out just enough to carve their own spot in the ocean of our cultural attention span.
Harper this, Trudeau that. May over here, Mulcair over there. We are in the midst of another Canadian Federal Election and the question always goes back to this; will Canadians finally step up to the plate? The four candidates certainly hopes so  As a population, we care more about whether Canada wins the Gold Medal in Hockey than if our Prime Ministers are able to represent the interests of the 35 754 482 million people that call this great country home.