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    3 body types of human species, behind genetics

    Control your body types Talking about body types, we the people, we come in all shape and sizes. Genetic heritage is handed down to us by our mother and father. Various civilisations shaped its own views on how should a grown individual look like (same goes for males and females) and considering all the world […] More

  • 3 Ways of Doing Gym Ball Planks

    3 Ways of Doing Gym Ball Planks

    Tired of holding the same, classic plank? Want to do something new with a gym ball? Try out these four gym ball planks. 1 Knee Tuck Start in a full plank position, legs extended with shins atop stability ball. Draw knees into chest, contracting abs; straighten legs back to the initial position. Repeat for 1 minute. […] More

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    3 Ways of Doing Bosu Plank

    Here are 3 ways of doing bosu plank. Try them out and make your exercise more interesting. 1 Bosu Plank Get into a full plank position, holding handles of a bosu with the ball side on the floor. Keep hands under shoulders and hold a straight body position from head to heels. Maintain for 1 minute. 2 […] More

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    Root Vegetables Boost Your Immune System

    Root vegetables benefit your immune system and fuel your workouts Include root vegetables into your diet, such as carrots, parsnips, swede, turnips, sweet potatoes, beets, and ginger, which are a good source of vitamin C and fibre. Don’t forget your “roots” Sweet potatoes are a clean carb staple for all athletes; ginger can reduce the level […] More

  • Top 3 Posing Tips

    Posing tips to elevate your self confidence

    Posing tips which will elevate your self confidence and introduce a great full-body exercise Posing tips include regular practice in front of a mirror, follow our posing tips below and gradually bring it to perfection. Exercises IN FRONT AND SIDE POSES, put one hand on your hip and tense your shoulders up. Exhale all the air out of […] More

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    Tomatoes With Loads Of Added Protein

    Tomatoes Tomatoes play an important role in a healthy diet. They have high levels of vitamins C and K and are rich in phytonutrients like lycopene and beta-carotene. Reasearch Researchers from the John Innes Centre in the UK have found out how to pack even more supernutrients into the red fruits. By adding a protein that makes the […] More

  • Partially Supported Dumbbell Bench

    Partially Supported Dumbbell Bench

    One of your favourite workouts can help give you a six-pack while pumping up your pecs. Try partially supported dumbbell bench. Did you know that suspending your body above the floor makes it act as its own bench to support the lift, which significantly increases the core involvement. For an even greater challenge, try pressing one arm […] More

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    Pizza Belongs To Addictive Foods

    Pizza the holy grail of unhealthy foods It maybe came the time to stop saying “cheese,” a new study from the University of Michigan suggested. Experts ran 500 students through the Yale Food Addiction Scale, which is intended for testing whether you’re addicted to a certain food, and discovered that pizza (not surprisingly) was at the very top of the […] More

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    Heart-Rate Monitor, is it accurate?

    Do you know how accurate your heart-rate monitor is at reading how many calories you’re burning? Usually, heart-rate monitor has a margin of error of about 15%. Factors such as age, height and weight help predict calories burned based on common algorithms, but your gender, general fitness level, genetics, body-mass index and exercise duration also help determine calories burned. […] More

  • When Do You Start Losing Muscle After Injury?

    When Do You Start Losing Muscle After Injury?

    How long does it take to start losing muscle if you’ve stopped working out because of injury? Injury usually puts a muscle to rest—and rest isn’t good for muscles. Research shows that a person at bed rest can lose about 20% of their muscle strength and muscle mass in just one week. The clinical example we often use is an […] More

  • High-Fat Diet Can Lead To Anxiety

    High-Fat Diet Can Lead To Anxiety

    Fitness experts have never said people shouldn’t eat fat, just to keep it to no more than 30% of the total caloric intake. Fat is an important part of immune function, cell signaling, and energy regulation. A high-fat diet, however, can gradually lead to heart attacks and stroke, and a recent study in the British Journal of Pharmacology […] More

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    Night’s Rest Is Important

    If you think, you can skip night’s rest and still make serious gains, think again. Recently, a new study published in Sleep discovered that consistently sleeping less than six hours a night can cause fat gain, high cholesterol, and high blood sugar. Developing metabolic syndrome, which is what the culmination of those indicators is called, will also increase your risk for […] More

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