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Should exercises be avoided after hernia surgery?

Posted On July 26th, 2018

Nowadays, Hernia being a common problem in everyone’s life some think that it is okay to exercise while some chooses to totally avoid it. There are some exercises which do not harm you after your hernia surgery but most of the exercises do. Keeping that in mind, you should completely avoid exercises for a certain […]

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Golden Rules To Follow While Exercising After A Surgery

Posted On May 7th, 2018

In general, patients are encouraged to get out of bed and sit out or move around as much as possible. But, in certain cases, they are specifically forbidden to do so. The reason can be the nature of the surgery or specific medical conditions. For example, a patient with severe leg injury may need to […]

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4 Simple Leg Toning Exercises

Posted On April 13th, 2018

Performing the following simple exercises will give you the well-toned legs you have always dreamed of. Exercise 1- Balancing Chair Take your feet about a hip distance apart, Hinging from your hips, come down to a seat, like sitting on a chair. Push on your legs to be able to lift your chest. To make […]

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Core Exercises For Mobility and Stability

Posted On March 11th, 2018

Core strength is important for workout beginners. Gain enough strength to establish a stable and mobile body. This stabilization should develop starting from the core through the spinal muscles and till your limbs are ready. Let’s look at both phases – stability and mobility. Stability – Core Bracing Stand tall with feet apart and arms […]

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Know About Strength Exercises For Runners

Posted On February 8th, 2018

Athletes like runners need a lot of stamina. This helps then to fight and prevent hurt and muscle damages at times of running. This is why runners need to incorporate stamina and strength exercise in their workout regimes. Types Of Exercises To Be Included Runners can include exercise forms such as: Dead lift Squat Lunge […]

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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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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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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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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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