Want to Get Fit in 2021? MuscleWiki Makes It Easier
Well, whaddayaknow? Today is January 2021, a new day, a new year, another chance to make that damn resolution of getting the best body ever or, more important, becoming healthy again. Apart from eating better (bye, sugar), getting yourself into some sort of fitness routine is part of the promise.
How to start? Turn to MuscleWiki, the online reference that is so easy to use that if you still get confused, maybe you should stay in 2020.
We are kidding. The wiki is foolproof: Point to the body part you want to work on and it leads to two or three exercises. You can even choose the type of exercise you’d like to do, whether it’s a bodyweight, barbell, or dumbbell variation.
Maybe 2021 is the year you would like to get a big dump truck. Click on the glute and out pops a video of a squat, a lunge, and a hip thrust—with instructions.
If you click on “Tools” on the top, the wiki leads to calorie and macro calculators, two important number-crunching tools that will lead you to success, especially if your goal is to say goodbye to Tina, the Talking Tummy. (The secret is to stay in a calorie deficit.)
Of course, it is always best to consult with a professional when starting a fitness regime. Visit your doctor and talk to a trainer first. This year, keep your promise to yourself, okay?