How you get energy; how you use it. We usually talk of energy in general terms, as in “I don’t have a lot of energy today” or “You can feel the energy in the room.” But what really is energy? Where do we get the energy to move? How do we use it? How do … Continue reading The Three Metabolic Energy Systems
Fighting Fat Fat is unhealthy - both inside and out. Body fat is not only unattractive, but unhealthy as well. Too many calories and too little exercise result in obesity, a growing Worldwide epidemic. Obesity increases your risk for many health problems including diabetes, clogged arteries and heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, even erectile dysfunction! … Continue reading Manage Fats
Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis or NEAT, is the sum of all energy burned by your body while NOT exercising. Sitting at your desk, standing upright, walking up the stairs, mowing the grass or vacuuming the carpet are all examples of NEAT. NEAT includes any type of movement that requires muscle contractions. Any activity that increases … Continue reading NEAT = Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis
Weight Loss Tips All Calories Count. You must understand that ALL calories count, not just fat calories. All excess calories you eat above what you burn will be converted and stored as body fat, and to lose weight, you must burn more calories than you eat. Keep A Food Diary. When you record your meals, … Continue reading Daily health tips for weight loss (Part 1)
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
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
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Correct Execution Techniques The thing with working out is that you can’t just go into it blindly. Sure, you can simply jump on a cardio machine and go at it, but when you’re weightlifting, you need to correctly execute the movement in order to benefit from any given exercise. Wrong movement and execution will get … Continue reading How to perform Military Press, Pull Ups, Dumbell Row, Dips and Seal Rows.