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Supersets that are not right for your legs

Posted On October 4th, 2017

Usually, the myth related to supersets reveal that, when you do back-to-back exercises of the same type, supersets break the monotony by shocking the muscles and forcing new growth. This is, however, absolutely wrong. No one will keep on doing the same type of exercise for a great span of time. One would always be […]

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Wearable Gadgets That’ll Keep a Check When You Gain That Extra Calorie

Posted On September 26th, 2017

The idea of using your smartphones and health apps to monitor your workout sessions can be a really easy method. It is now new and very much into the trend. However, there are other gadgets which you can pair up with your smart-phones for better results. Together it will help you to stay fit and […]

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Ensure Proper Eating Habits for Young Athletes to Enhance Their Growth

Posted On September 21st, 2017

Young athletes and kids need the fullest of nutrition to receive the right amount of nutrients. Just one healthy meal before a competition cannot substitute the inadequate amount of daily nutrition that the kid may need. Along with balanced diet, young athletes need to know when to eat what type of food so there is […]

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Keep Your Heart Healthy With Exercises that Protect Your Heart

Posted On September 18th, 2017

Among the various risk factors that are blamed for causing heart diseases, some are out of your control. Like, growing age and family history cannot be fought by an individual but there are areas where one can take up measures. To lower the risk of heart diseases, maintaining regular physical activity can help immensely. Your […]

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Advanced Lifting Techniques Best For Beginners

Posted On September 8th, 2017

For a beginner, there are various do and don’t when they start lifting weights. One of the main factors behind this is the caution against lifting heavyweights. Though a bit of friendly advice is always handy but there is no hard and fast rule which states that a novice cannot lift weights. Just a little […]

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What is V-Taper Training?

Posted On September 4th, 2017

The “V” taper is often used to refer to the shape of the upper body and torso of a person who has a great physique as well as upper-body muscles. The torso of such individuals forms the shape of the English letter V which results from the wide and broad shoulders along with the lats […]

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September 2017 Blueberry Bomba Recipe

Posted On September 3rd, 2017

Pete’s Recipes: September 2017 Get the blueberries fresh while they’re here! Local and fresh foods are the best! Here’s a nice little dish that is super good!             Blueberry Bomba 36 oz. Oregon blueberries 4 tablespoons honey 1 1/2 cups Bob’s Red Mill quick oats 1 cup chopped macadamia nuts […]

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Energy-Packed, Pre-Workout Food Combos!

Posted On August 29th, 2017

One of the essential parts of the workout is the pre workout meal which you have before training itself.  This is the basic foundation stone of the workout because if any person fails to eat or drink enough of health supplements then it would end up being just a routine event of dragging the body […]

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How to draw motivation for a Great Workout

Posted On August 24th, 2017

Motivation is one of the essential tools required to be successful at working out. It is the intrinsic motivation required to push through the pain barrier. So it is essential to strengthen the inner self through regular hard work and efforts. There are various steps which need to be followed for increasing as well as […]

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A Guide to Protein Snacking

Posted On August 21st, 2017

Protein is a power snack that not only keeps blood sugar level steady and slows digestion but also helps keep cravings at bay. According to Alexandra Oppenheimer, RD of Ambitious & Nutritious, protein instils a feeling of satisfaction. And naturally, when you’re satisfied with your diet, you stick to it. The benefits of high-protein snacks […]

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