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Way too much sugar!

How Eating Too Much Sugar Damages Your Health (And Your Life) Few people realize that sugar is directly responsible for many of their health problems and chronic disorders. Sugar contributes to obesity, Type 2 diabetes, dental caries and gum decay, metabolic syndrome and increases your risk of heart disease. There is also growing evidence that … Continue reading Way too much sugar!

No Pain No Gain?

Gym Dedication And Natural Bodybuilding If you have spent any time in the gym, you have no doubt heard the adage “no pain - no gain.” The exercise motto is attributed to Jane Fonda along with “feel the burn” in her attempts to motivate her aerobics students in the early 1980s. But it also describes … Continue reading No Pain No Gain?

Reduced Hip Mobility

Ladies - Is Low Hip Mobility Causing Your Back Pain, Bad Posture And Preventing You From Developing The Booty You Desire? Your hips do a lot. They support your body, work repeatedly as you walk and run, and help you dance the night away if you so choose. Unfortunately your hips are not indestructible and … Continue reading Reduced Hip Mobility

Hypoxia Training mask

Training Masks Pros and Cons Training masks have remained hidden in the background of the fitness industry as people aren’t quite sure whether they’re worth their high price tag. In theory, they seem like a great idea, but in practice, do they really live up to the hype? The real name for breathing masks is … Continue reading Hypoxia Training mask

Cellulitis

EXERCISE AND DIET TO GET RID OF CELLULITIS IN WOMEN One of the questions that plague women at one time or the other in the course of their lives is, “how do I get rid of cellulitis?” this is a cosmetic condition that affects approximately 90 percent of women around the world, and even those … Continue reading Cellulitis

Abdominal Fat

HOW TO LOSE ABDOMINAL FAT Abdominal fat is one of the nuisances that plagues a lot of people these days, and it is not about making your clothes look tight when you wear them. This type of fat, which is also known as visceral fat, is one of the factors that contribute to the development … Continue reading Abdominal Fat

Keep Training

Sarcopenia is a multifactorial syndrome characterized by the neuro-motor decline of the organism with loss of muscle mass and strength, this process appears around the fourth decade of life, leading to a loss of muscle mass of 3-5% within 50 years with a trend that in about 40% of the subjects leads to halving the … Continue reading Keep Training

TV goals killer

I present a nice search for a Finnish study group, which analyzing the trend of the Finnish population (we Italy are "precursors" in this ...) have coddled this important and curious study. PURPOSE: To study how time spent doing physical activity and watching television (TV) is associated with muscle fitness levels in adults. METHODS: The … Continue reading TV goals killer

Real 1RM

The 1 RM tests are widely used for the evaluation of maximum strength. However, to increase the accuracy of the evaluation of the maximum force, it is advisable to repeat the test a few times. The purpose of this study was to analyze the influence of previous weight training experiences on the reliability of the … Continue reading Real 1RM