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  1. Suggest some effective exercises that tighten leg muscles.
  2. Ginger, lemon and honey have been in existence from ages. They are known to be nature’s finest energy giving foods as they offer great benefits to man in terms of food and medicine. Each have their own medicinal properties to mankind hence the combination of this three as tea offers great lot of positive impact to human body. These benefits include Read More
  3. Crunches are known as the best to get strong and muscular abs. Share some more benefits.
  4. healtshfitness

    HealthsFitness

    Get Energizing Workout Moves & Routines, Healthy Recipes, and Advice On Building Muscles, Losing Weight and Feeling Great From Health & Fitness . http://Healths-Fitness.com/
  5. Getting fat in winter has become a common phenomenon all over the world. Because of cold weather, people tend to eat more, which results in weight gain naturally. Everyone loves to enjoy health and fitness, which becomes little harder in winter season. There are 6 major ways to avoid gaining fat in this winter: 1. Eat fewer carbs to lose weight naturally by resisting carbs easily. Eat carrots, onions, potatoes, leeks, turnips, and leeks in winter. Don’t eat pasta, breads, grains and cereals in more volume to not get fat easily. Read More
  6. Jorge Gonzales

    Legs exercises

    Hey there, I am gyming continuously from last 4 years but I really don't like the leg workout. Are there any easy to do exercises, I can do at home or even at gym without and pain.
  7. In a world where there is an increasing awareness of fitness and the importance of workout in staying healthy, some people are naturally over the top. We have created terms like ‘gym rats’, those special breed of people who are always at the gym come rain, come shine. They are the gym mirrors, permanent fixtures at the gym, showing us their muscles and espousing the gospel of workout. However, very few fitness enthusiasts talk about the importance of rest. During workout, the human body needs to take some time off to rest and recover from the tears inflicted on the muscles by lifting weights. Recovery includes but is not limited to hydration, stretching and so on. In as much as we like to imagine the human body as strong and capable of adapting to anything, and while this is true, the body needs time to adapt to the stress and exertion caused by exercise. Ironically, no matter how much work you put in at the gym, the real rewards of your efforts only begin to take place when your body is at rest. There are generally two broad divisions of recovery – the short term recovery, and the long term recovery. The short term recovery is generally the kind which comes after a particularly rigorous workout session. The long term recovery is favoured by professional athletes who take time off their workout regimes at periods within the year to fully recover. An example of a well regulated weekly casual exercise routine is a 30-minute daily workout session from Monday to Friday with a recovery break from Saturday to Sunday. New age fitness enthusiasts have championed the concept of active recovery – a process where following an intense workout, a person engages in light exercise as opposed to total rest. Rest and recovery are critical components of any effective fitness regimen, as well as structuring and sticking to a diet which will also help the body to maximize blood flow and recover quickly. Post exercise meals make the difference between getting results or not – this is because the human body synthesizes proteins during workouts and these proteins must be replenished. The pre-exercise meal must also not be under emphasized, eating poorly can drastically affect performance and prevent optimum performance. Hydration too is as important as diet in recovery. It involves replenishing the body with fluids, many of which are lost during workouts. Water works a real treat for fitness enthusiasts and athletes. There is simply no such thing as having too much water! It must also be mentioned that sleep is a crucial part of any fitness regimen and six to seven hours of sleep daily surely gives your body a boost. If you are going to be hitting the gym hard during the week, you best be hitting your mattress hard during the weekend for some heavy duty rest. Sleep deprivation is harmful to people who spend long hours working out as it has the long term effect of affecting the body’s hormonal balance. Just like most of us, we understand the importance of rest to high performance but sometimes we cannot help but feel a pang of guilt whenever we take a day off. Alright fitness enthusiasts, go into the gym, get out and be sure you do not forget to recover! http://www.slimfitu.com/fitness/all-workout-and-no-rest-the-place-of-rest-in-fitness/
  8. Hi, Newbie here! I would like to get some tips to you guys that are experienced in this kind of situation (English is not my native language so sorry for bad english ). I am thinking over and over which one should I take, amino or whey? Here is the details of me: 23 years old Male Height: 5 feet and 4 inches Weight: 75 Kilos Too much fat on both side of my chest (just like in the side of chest beneath the underarm, I don't know if these are man boobs, but yeah.) What I am doing right now for 2 weeks is jogging, walking and diet. And I drink green tea 3x a day. Not working out like going to the gym but I am planning to go to the gym, that is why I would like to here from you guys which one should I take. 8 months ago I already go to the gym like for 5 months and I lose weight which is 10 kilos and I'm taking Amino Tab 2222. But now I really want to lose again some weight and to have a body with a shape (not bulky) just like a shaped body with abs, cuts, something like sexy if you are a man. Because I look chubby right now and I can't wear my old jeans and clothes. Hoping to hear from you guys. Thanks in advance for the tips and help.
  9. This is a video (Mini-Documentary) to inspire all and to show what you can do with your body in only 28 days when you quit drinking, change your diet, and are active everyday!
  10. momintofitness

    Running for Syncope

    I have syncope which really isn't a big deal if I wanted to sleep all the time. Syncope means I faint or black out when I stand or when I do something that should raise my blood pressure even slightly. This is caused by a series of events that all come from hypotension, or low blood pressure. This is the short definition of course. Either way, it doesn't happen every single time. When I decided to lift weights was when I became very aware of my syncope. I just cannot get my heart rate up consistently to get a good workout in. Not to mention I looked odd constantly yawning while lifting. It's almost like I could take a nap between every rep. It's annoying more than anything. So I wanted to learn to train my heart to do it's job. When you run with syncope it takes a very very long time to get your heart rate up and once it gets up, you could run forever. Of course you may pass out repeatedly trying to get your heart rate to that point. That's the miserable way to do it. The better way to train syncope is to walk then run and walk then run. Over time, you walk less and run more. This is the best way to train your heart rate for anyone but especially for those with syncope. It keeps your heart guessing and trying to keep up until finally, it figures out it's just going to have to raise on demand. So for those of you out there with super low blood pressure and heart rates and for those of you who faint or blackout when you do anything strenuous, it takes time but you CAN get there!
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