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12 Oct 2021

4 Effective Ways to Reduce Post-Workout Muscle Soreness

It   s common to expect some level of muscle soreness after a tough workout, especially if you throw in new exercises or ramp up intensity. Some exercise enthusiasts measure a good workout based on how sore they feel the next day.  Delayed onset muscle soreness, or  DOMS, occurs between 24 and 48 hours after exercise. Th...

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12 Oct 2021

Happy Weight Vs Healthy Weight

Taking care of your body is important, for both your physical and mental health. Interestingly, most of us believe that they are just about the right weight. While you might be happy with the way you look, there is a chance that you will be overweight. Over time, it can be easy for your waistline to grow and for you to become overweight or obese. W...

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12 Oct 2021

Apple - The Healthy Diet

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.    Nutritional facts of Apple:      Rich in Vitamin A & C    Vitamin A is rich in outer skin than its flesh.    Vitamin C is higher just below the skin.    Other vitamins included Vitamin K, Thiamine, Riboflavin & Vitamin B6. &n...

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12 Oct 2021

Higher BMI increases risk of developing common cancers

Being overweight and obese puts people at greater risk of developing 10 of the most common cancers, according to research in the Lancet medical journal.        Higher body mass index (BMI) increases the risk of developing 10 of the most common cancers.        Each 5 kg/m   incr...

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12 Oct 2021

The Exact Amount Of Water You Need To Drink After A Workout

There are days when I'm so rushed to get to the office that I completely forget to drink a glass or two of water after my morning workout (especially if it's cold out). Hours will go by before I realize   often in the middle of furiously typing yet another email   that my mouth is painfully dry. And, if you're guilty of the ...

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12 Oct 2021

Exercise For Optimal Brain Function

With Alzheimer   s disease ranking as the fifth leading cause of death in people over the age of 65, it is no wonder it   s one of the most significant health concerns for older adults. It is anticipated that the number of cases worldwide will almost triple to 131.5 million by the year 2050. And each year, an additional 10-2...

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12 Oct 2021

NUTRITION & BRAIN HEALTH

The brain is a remarkable organ. It is responsible for your ability to think, problem solve, process emotions, make memories, your five senses (sight, taste, touch, smell and hearing) and physical movement. With so many things to do, your brain requires a lot of energy. Proper nourishment will keep your brain happy now and prevent diseases typicall...

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12 Oct 2021

Know Your Cardio

No one goes to a health club or fitness studio hoping they leave in worse shape than when they arrived. There is one common denominator shared by everyone who exercises on a regular basis: we all want results from our time spent sweating! This is one reason why high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts have become so popular over the past nu...

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12 Oct 2021

Dont Be a Sore Loser Dealing with Muscle Soreness

DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS    IT   S THE NAME OF THE STIFF PAIN YOU FEEL AS YOU ROLL OVER AND REACH TO TURN OFF THE MORNING ALARM AFTER A DAY IN WHICH YOU TRAINED UNUSUALLY HARD OR TRIED A NEW EXERCISE.    Some people feel there   s no better reward; others cease to exercise. What everyone ...

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12 Oct 2021

5 Things To Know About METS

Have you ever seen the term MET on a piece of exercise equipment and wondered what it meant? MET stands for metabolic equivalent, which is one way that exercise physiologists estimate how many calories are burned during physical activity. Having a basic understanding of METs and how to use them can help you determine the best physical activities to...

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12 Oct 2021

KETOGENIC DIET

Are you new to the ketogenic diet or are unsure what this latest diet trend is all about? Are you curious about ketosis and whether it can help you to achieve your health and weight goals? Here   s your ketosis 101.    The first step to turning your body into a well-tuned, inflammation-fighting machine is knowing which f...

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12 Oct 2021

5-Simple foods That will optimize Your Diet

Food is the one of the powerful tool to create optimal health. These five great foods are examples of foods that you should incorporate into your eating plan for optimal health and wellness.    Seeds    Seeds like chia, hemp, and flaxseeds will work wonder. You can add all three super seeds to smoothies, puddings, or...

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12 Oct 2021

Cultivating Connection - The Road To Happiness

Human connection has broad implications for how much happier we are. Whatever is your inherent nature, research is proving that to feel happy and to flourish, humans must feel connected.    Historically, humans lived in groups to build shelter, find food, and protect themselves from wild animals or other groups of humans. This power...

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12 Oct 2021

Things that Slow Down Your Metabolism

Metabolism plays a very important role in fat burning and weight loss. It is also a very difficult process to measure accurately as there are so many factors which can affect its mechanism. However, there are few common factors which can be modified to positively increase your metabolism.    1. Timely Meals    When y...

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12 Oct 2021

Heart Disease In Women: Understand The Factors

Heart Disease in women is one of the most overlooked while it is one of the leading killer in developed countries.        Following information can help keep tab on the heart disease in women.      Women, beginning 10 years post menopause, and with a family history of heart disease or are obese sh...

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12 Oct 2021

Basic Guidelines To A Well-Balanced Group Exercise Schedule

Cardio respiratory Exercise:  These exercises involves continuous, rhythmic and continuous movements with large muscle groups such legs, shoulders or chest muscles.        For a normal healthy individual, 30 to 60 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise 5 days per week or 20 to 60 minutes of vigorous-intensity...

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12 Oct 2021

Take That First Step - Walk Daily

Walking is something most people can do, regardless of their individual level of fitness.    Regardless of whether someone has an active and physical lifestyle or whether the normal physical activity is a short trip from the couch to the refrigerator, increasing the amount of daily walking has significant benefits for both short and...

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12 Oct 2021

Why You Need to Do Calisthenics?

There is no question that lately calisthenics has become a buzz in the fitness world. However, this sort of physical activity has been always been around. Just think about the burpees, push up, pull ups and dozens of other aerobic exercises we usually do besides weight training.  Bodyweight exercises have always been an important part of bo...

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12 Oct 2021

Why Swiss Ball Training Should be Part of your Exercise Programme

The Stability Ball or    Swiss balls   ,   Physio Balls   ,    Balance Balls has a prominent role in the world of Fitness industry.    Gym balls are all about instability. Using one in the gym for an exercise makes all your stabilizer muscles     those unsung he...

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12 Oct 2021

Moment to cherish Our Gym member Scaled Mt Everest

Below is the written testimonial by one of member Mr. Mariyadas Antony (Member ID: #728092) who had scaled the heights of Mt. Everest.    Continue to read as he explains about his trekking experience,          Directly/Indirectly Lifeline Gym is being part of my success so would like to share ...

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12 Oct 2021

Benefits of Cycling

To be fit and healthy you need to be physically active. Regular physical activity can help protect you from serious diseases such as obesity, heart disease, cancer, mental illness, diabetes and arthritis. Riding your bicycle regularly is one of the best ways to reduce your risk of health problems associated with a sedentary lifestyle.  &nbs...

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12 Oct 2021

Exercise Benefits: Its Role in Diabetes Management, Tips and Guidelines

10 Muscle Moves to Help Tame Diabetes    Why Do Strength Training?    If you have diabetes, you know the importance of controlling your blood sugar. But did you know that strength training can play a starring role? Simple moves done regularly can prompt your muscles to absorb more sugar. You'll also burn more calorie...

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12 Oct 2021

Your Cardiologist's Guide to a Healthy Heart

Are you super-cautious about working out because it   s been a while since you were active, or you feel out of shape? Actually, exercise is great for you. Being active will:     Strengthen your heart.   Lower your blood pressure.   Help you reach and keep a healthy weight.   Burn o...

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12 Oct 2021

Apple - The Healthy Diet

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.    Nutritional facts of Apple:     Rich in Vitamin A & C   Vitamin A is rich in outer skin than its flesh.   Vitamin C is higher just below the skin.   Other vitamins included Vitamin K, Thiamine, Riboflavin & Vitamin B6.  &...

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12 Oct 2021

Will Weight Loss Help Your Diabetes?

If you're overweight and have type 2 diabetes, you will lower your blood sugar, improve your health, and feel better if you lose some of your extra pounds.    You'll want to work closely with your doctor or diabetes educator, because your blood sugar, insulin, and medications will need special attention while you're losing weight.&n...

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12 Oct 2021

Drinking water to lose weight

Try to drink a minimum of  eight 8-ounce Glasses of water a day. Water is the safest, cheapest  and  most effective weight loss supplement  on the market today.  Water Lowers the Amount of Fat Stored in your body  Your kidneys get very lazy on the job when you don't drink enough water and as a result ...

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12 Oct 2021

Higher BMI increases risk of developing common cancers

Being overweight and obese puts people at greater risk of developing 10 of the most common cancers, according to research in the Lancet medical journal.    Higher body mass index (BMI) increases the risk of developing 10 of the most common cancers.    Each 5 kg/m   increase in BMI was clearly linked with high...

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12 Oct 2021

Childhood obesity: Is it being taken seriously?

   Fight against childhood obesity remains 'an uphill battle     Childhood obesity is not a cosmetic issue or something the child will just grow out of.  Obese children tend to become obese adults, and there are many medical issues associated with obesity.  Children are now taking the same type of med...

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12 Oct 2021

How Bad Sitting Posture at Work Leads to Bad Standing Posture All the Time.

Looks like your mother was right when she told you to sit up straight.  There's growing evidence that good posture contributes to a range of health benefits, from reducing back and joint pain to boosting mood. A study of 6,000 Finnish adolescents found frequent use of computers, mobile phones, videogame players and television was associated...

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12 Oct 2021

THE SCIENCE OF HUNGER

Most of us have experienced the overwhelming grouchiness that takes over when we   ve gone too long without food. Turns out, there   s some science to explain why this happens. Here   s what you need to know and how you can help your clients cope when hanger strikes.    The official definition of ...

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12 Oct 2021

What is the Best Time of Day to Exercise?

What is the best time of day to exercise? Simply put, it   s whatever time you can commit to and be consistent. That being said, your daily rhythm and choices affect your motivation to exercise, your recovery from exercise and, potentially, the results you get from exercise, so there is no single    best    time ...

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12 Oct 2021

9 Things to Know About How the Body Uses Protein to Repair Muscle Tissue

When it comes to increasing muscle size or definition, you   ve probably been told that lifting weights breaks down a muscle, which then becomes stronger or bigger as a result of the repair process. But is this really true or simply another one of the common gym myths that is passed along from more seasoned veterans to newbies? &nbs...

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12 Oct 2021

The BEST Resistance-training Program for Fat Loss

Resistance training facilitates fat loss in a few different ways. For one, resistance training aids in the creation of more lean muscle mass. Higher amounts of lean muscle mass require an increased demand for energy expenditure, both during exercise and at rest. In other words, those with more lean muscle mass tend to burn more calories all day lon...

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12 Oct 2021

6 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT AEROBIC CAPACITY

Here are three components of exercise: resistance training, flexibility (and cardio respiratory training. Resistance-training exercises help improve both muscle strength, which can elevate resting metabolism (the number of calories burned while at rest), and functional performance in a variety of activities. Flexibility or mobility exercises can re...

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12 Oct 2021

ALL ABOUT HUNGER

Hunger is the body   s signal indicating the biological need for food, but most of us often eat for reasons that reflect  other  forms of hunger. Have you ever walked into a movie theatre and ordered a large popcorn, even though you   re still full from lunch? Or soothed a broken heart with a tub of rocky roa...

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12 Oct 2021

Foods and Inflammation

Inflammation and anti-inflammatory are two buzz words you   ve likely heard quite often lately. When you hear the word inflammation mentioned in the news or online, they aren   t typically referring to the beneficial, initial inflammation that helps heal injuries like ankle sprains. Rather, they   re talking abou...

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12 Oct 2021

10 Reasons To Stretch It Out

Importance of Flexibility Training        Flexibility training is an essential, yet often overlooked health-related component of fitness. Numerous studies support the short- and long-term benefits of various types of stretching, including static stretching, dynamic stretching, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilit...

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12 Oct 2021

Fasting during the month of Ramadan

Fasting during the month of Ramadan can be good for your health if it's done correctly.If you're overweight, it can be an opportunity to lose weight     provided you eat healthily when you break the fast.    What happens to your body when you fast    The changes that happen in the body during a fast depen...

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12 Oct 2021

Gut Bacteria And Health

It   s funny how often we hear the expression "go with your gut" when trying to make a big decision. Our "gut instinct" is our intuition   a vibe or feeling we get that comes from many sources, including the sum of our experiences and wisdom. But our real gut is even more powerful   in fact, it is connected to ov...

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12 Oct 2021

How To Lose Stubborn Abdominal Visceral Fat?

There are two types of body fats namely visceral fat and subcutaneous fat.    Subcutaneous fat is mostly the layer of fat just underneath the skin and which can be pinched and touched externally. As for visceral fat, it's invisible to the eyes as it's located around our internal vital organs like the liver, abdomen and heart and can...

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12 Oct 2021

Exercising with Osteoporosis? Stay active the safe way.

Osteoporosis is a much talked about lifestyle condition which targets the elder strata of the society and is silent killer. Osteoporosis is associated with bone fragility and resulting fractures which presses the alarm button.    Osteoporosis has been operationally defined on the basis of mineral density (BMD) assessment .According ...

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12 Oct 2021

All About Back Pain and ways to get relieved

Pain in the lower back may be linked to the bony lumbar spine, discs between the vertebrae, ligaments around the spine and discs, spinal cord and nerves, lower back muscles, abdomen and pelvic internal organs, and the skin around the lumbar area.    Back pain can affect people of any age, it is significantly more common among adults...

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12 Oct 2021

The real benefits of strengthening your core

Think of your core muscles as the sturdy central link in a chain connecting your upper and lower body.  Properly building up your core cranks up the power. A strong core also enhances balance and stability. Thus, it can help prevent falls and injuries during sports or other activities. In fact, a strong, flexible core underpins almost every...

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12 Oct 2021

Achieve your fitness goal through gym equipments

Exercise: Exercise is an activity that helps to work our muscles, increasing the amount of the oxygen delivery to them and in general improve cardio vascular health. Aerobic Exercise: Aerobic means with air or oxygen. It is performed at a moderate level of intensity over a long period of time for eg : running long distant at moderate pace is an...

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