Everybody wants to be Huge Jackedman, but yesterday. While we can't tell you that muscle mass comes overnight, here are a few tips to help you pack on some power.
    Short answer - no.

    Long answer - never.

    We get a lot of inquiring minds at Ardent Fitness. People who want to start or restart their fitness journey and are looking to call us their home.
    Let me start this off by saying that abs are not always an indicator of health. You can be perfectly healthy and not have abs. Abs are hard to attain, and even harder to maintain.
    This age-old question is one that we hear so very often, and wanted to address here in our blog.

    Short answer? It depends.

    This is it. This will help everything from your bones to your muscles to your heart to your kidneys.

    You will feel more energized, recover faster from your workouts, and have an easier time eating the correct portion sizes.

    Do your goals match who you really are, or who you truly want to become?

    For any goal to take hold, it must be accompanied by an underlying change in identity.

    Buying a racecar doesn't make you a good driver.

    Hiring a financial planner doesn't automatically make you retire wealthy.

    And paying for a coach, a gym membership, or a nutrition plan does not make you more fit.

    Ego can present itself in many forms and for most, they don’t realize their ego is what is holding them back.

    Or it might feel like it at first. But by the time your workout ends you will understand that they were just helping.

    It takes a lot of effort to adjust your schedule and lifestyle to start working out anywhere from 3 to 5 days a week, so if you've done that then go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back.