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Eliminate Knee Pain With Squatting

Posted On February 14th, 2018

Most people think that squats are pretty bad for your knees. It is not exactly untrue. Athletes or bodybuilders often faces knee pains due to heavy duty squatting. However such pains and problems can be kept at bay if you do pay attention to smaller details. Squatting Comes With Benefits Although squatting can lead to […]

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Basic Weight Lifting Advice For Women

Posted On February 5th, 2018

Weightlifting is an imperative part of physical training that helps in growth of muscle mass. However it is an arena that is considered fit for men. Women who are aspiring to do weights in their workout regime must remember a few points so that they can remain on the right track. Keep Your Goals SMART […]

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Workout To Sooth Strained Muscles

Posted On January 30th, 2018

Strained muscle is one of the common problems that are encountered by one and all. Whether you are into regular workout or at a complete lack of it, a muscle pull as ugly as it is, can happen to everyone. It could happen due to lack of oxygen, over straining or activity of muscle and […]

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Toning up the Lower Body

Posted On January 8th, 2018

A linear structure is something we all crave for. However, more than often we see disproportionate fat distribution in the body. People with broad bone structures tend to bulk up more in the thigh, hips and, waistline areas. Keep your body hydrated and your diet low in carbohydrates and calories. Combine it with squats, lunges […]

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Bulk up the Chest Muscles

Posted On January 5th, 2018

Being skinny is not an option in the age of protein shakes, structured bodies and pumped up muscles. A well built body symbolizes strength and attractiveness. Besides bone strength chest muscle build up is a prerequisite for attaining a well worked out structure. The chest muscles are the largest muscle group in the upper body, made […]

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Workout and Beat the Chills

Posted On January 2nd, 2018

Dark and cold winter mornings tend to make us shiver under the quilt. As the temperature keeps dipping we shroud into the hibernation mode. Exercise inevitably takes a backseat and the fitness regimen goes up for a toss.  In the winter months since digestion is easier we tend to eat more and put on more […]

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Why Girls should definitely try squat exercises

Posted On December 19th, 2017

Squat exercises are most beneficial to women and every girl should try it. The wonder benefits of girls doing squat exercises would go endless and this serves the main purpose of fitness. Squat exercises are much easier to do and would generally don’t require Expensive Equipment.  In general, the functional activities of Squat exercises makes […]

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Easy Steps To Start Exercising When You Have Already Hit Obesity

Posted On December 1st, 2017

In the recent times, the most dangerous diseases of the whole world are Obesity. The pervasiveness of obesity has drastically increased in the past few years. Obesity means having too much body fat. The primary causes of obesity are heavy consumption of fast food, huge work pressure, tensions, lack of exercises etc. Every person wants […]

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Skipping Gym? Know the Results

Posted On November 24th, 2017

It is bound to happen at once in your lifetime when you give up on your workout routine. First, you’d reduce the counts then you might skip or miss some exercises, either to save time or just because of lethargy. No matter how dedicated you promised to be at first regarding your fitness, you gradually […]

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Myths Of Bodybuilding You Must Know

Posted On November 18th, 2017

The new generation is slowly starting to understand the importance of physical fitness in their daily lives. In order to pursue a regular fixed routine and have a proper lean physique, they are involved in various health activities.  But they should be aware of the various nitty-gritty of the world of bodybuilding. There are various […]

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