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Posted by on Jan 1, 2023 in Exercising, Fitness | 0 comments

ARE YOU FLEXIBLE

ARE YOU FLEXIBLE

What is flexibility? Essentially, flexibility is the ability to perform pain-free movement around the joints with the help of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and skin, together with the joints. Increasing flexibility can not only help ease the physical pain of tasks such as housework and grocery shopping, but it can also help you mentally with your day-to-day tasks. Several studies show that being more flexible can help with depression, anxiety, and other problems. What is stretching? The correct definition would be: a type of movement or exercise done to increase flexibility for general health, sports, or healing. Stretching is a common type of exercise that helps people loosen up, move their joints more easily, and become more flexible. It is also a part of most pre-exercise routines, which are dynamic in nature, and post-exercise routines. select static in nature Even though being flexible is good for your overall fitness, being too flexible can hurt your body as your tensile strength goes down. Therefore, it is essential to incorporate a safe stretching routine...

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Posted by on Jan 1, 2023 in Endurance, Exercising, Fitness, High Intensity, Nutrition, Performance, Speed, Strength | 0 comments

HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING (HIT) ARE YOU READY ?

HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING (HIT) ARE YOU READY ?

IS HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING(H.I.T) & HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING (H.I.I.T) SAFE ? High intensity interval training and high intensity training are types of exercises that are designed to increase the body’s capacity to produce energy through aerobic and anaerobic metabolism. This type of training has been shown to be more effective than low-intensity exercise in improving aerobic fitness and health outcomes. It has also been shown to improve muscle strength and endurance, which can lead to an increase in daily activity capacity. But many people aren’t sure about this kind of training because it’s hard and often consists of short bursts of high-intensity exercises followed by short periods of rest. Some people worry that this type of training will cause injuries or other negative health effects, such as overuse injuries or burnout. Others are concerned about the long-term effects of high-intensity exercise on the heart, lungs, and muscles. Researchers looked at a group of healthy people and found that those who did high-intensity interval training had the same number...

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Posted by on Jul 16, 2022 in Exercising, Fitness, High Intensity, Injury prevention, Nutrition, Performance | 2 comments

OXIDATIVE STRESS( NO PROGRESS, SICK, INJURED, NOT MOTIVATED)

OXIDATIVE STRESS( NO PROGRESS, SICK, INJURED, NOT MOTIVATED)

Before we get into the details of this subject, let’s take a look at Oxidative stress is a state in which the body makes too many reactive oxygen species (ROS) and doesn’t have enough anti-oxidant defenses to get rid of them. Many things can lead to oxidative stress. These include being exposed to pollution in the environment, smoking, drinking alcohol, mental stress, and doing a lot of physical activity.Oxidative stress can cause many diseases, like heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, atherosclerosis, and chronic inflammation and major cause of aging. Oxidative stress is a type of oxidative damage to cells that happens when too many reactive oxygen species (ROS) are made or when the antioxidant defense system doesn’t work. Oxidative stress has been linked to many diseases and is thought to be a major cause of aging. WHAT DOES OXIDATIVE STRESS MEANS  Can be thought of as a difference between the systemic reactive oxygen species (ROS) are atoms, molecules, molecular fragments, and ions that are chemically reactive and contain...

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2021 in Exercising | 0 comments

Benefits of Aerobics

Benefits of Aerobics

If you consider the media, sports, fitness, and health sectors for more than two decades, the buzzword is cardio, a.k.a. aerobics. Before we discuss the topic of cardio, let’s explore the root of cardio, which is the heart. The muscle that enables your circulatory system and pumps blood throughout the body is your heart. All of your body’s parts receive oxygen and nutrients from it, and it transports waste materials and excess carbon dioxide outside of your body. Your cardiovascular system is made up of your heart, blood, and blood vessels (or your heart and circulatory system). The heart is made up of four chambers: the atria, ventricles, atria, and pericardium. Your heart needs electrical signals to tell the heart muscle when to contract and relax in order to continue pumping regularly. The average person’s heart beats 60 to 100 times per minute. The four chambers of your heart must regularly and sequentially pump blood throughout your body to maintain a sufficient blood supply. Heart disease can develop when...

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2020 in Exercising, Nutrition | 0 comments

Exercise or Food?

Exercise or Food?

This is a global issue among many fitness-seeking, diet-conscious people who are trying to be healthy, look good, prevent disease, lose weight (reduce fat), and carry on daily physical and/or athletic activities. So what do most people do in order to achieve the goals listed above? Many popular beliefs about the best way to get results quickly and long-term include the following: • Increase carbs and protein in the diet to “keep your metabolism high” • Eat six small meals per day instead of three large ones for constant energy supply • Replace refined carbohydrates with whole grains, fruits, and vegetables for an overall healthier diet. What is the evidence that people who practice these behaviors are more likely to have better long-term weight and health management? People who ate whole-grain foods like brown rice and whole wheat bread rather than refined carbohydrates such as white bread and pasta lost on average about 20 pounds more. People who consumed double the amount of fiber had a 22% lower risk...

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Posted by on Jul 16, 2018 in Exercising | 0 comments

Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands (S.A.I.D.)

Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands (S.A.I.D.)

The human body is made to be able to respond to different levels of pressure. This can be viewed as a survival strategy. The body can change and get stronger in response to what it is asked to do. Exercise, what you eat, and how much sleep you get are just a few of the ways that the human body changes and adapts to different levels of stress. These adaptations are critical for maintaining health and wellness at all stages of life. Exercise, nutrition, and sleep are the three most important adaptations. 1.Exercise is essential for good health because it benefits both the mind and the body 2. Nutrition provides your body with the nutrients it requires to function properly. To stay healthy, eat a well-balanced diet rich in protein, carbohydrates, and fat. 3. Sleep is required for proper brain and body functioning, as well as to keep the metabolism running smoothly so that you feel alert and energized throughout the day. One of the most important habits for...

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