Learning from others was one of the main reasons I created this blog and when I meet new people I keep one thing in mind,
“Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” –Bill Nye
The best resource I’ve found for scientifically backed information is Examine.com and it does a fantastic job explaining to the layman. Below is a compilation of additional resources I’ve found useful. Please return the favor and submit any and all suggestions, especially lifestyle, recipe, and blog improvements.
*Courtesy of Reddit
|FitGuy— A basic formula to calculate calorie requirements.BodyRecomposition— fact-based literature on fat loss, muscle gain, and athletic performance.
Examine.com— A science-based compendium on supplements, nutrition, fitness, and health.
Restaurant Calorie Directory— Directory of restaurant nutrition information and calorie calculators.
Nutritional Data— Nutrition facts on the foods you eat, including food labels, calories, and analysis.
EatThisMuch— Automatically creates meal plans with food preferences, nutrition targets, and budget.
MyFitnessPal— Personalize and track diet, including personal recipes from web and mobile.
|Bodyrock.tv— A bodyweight exercise and nutritional website.WalkJogRun— For tracking running routes.
Sworkit— Generates circuit training workouts for iOS, Android, and web.
StrengthCalc.com— Printable workout routines and diets.
ExRx— An exhaustive weightlifting exercise resource.Android App Jefit— Weight lifting log LiftPro— Fitness tracker iPhone App Gym Buddy— Weight lifting and cardio log Endomondo— Web, Android, Windows Phone, iPhone and BB workout tracker