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

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

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...

Carbs, Proteins & Fat

Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Nutrition | 82 comments

“You are what you eat,” as the saying goes. Nutrition provides energy to the body and aids in the growth of muscle, bones, and organs. The difference between healthy and unhealthy people is how well these things are taken care of. People can feel better by eating well. When someone is feeling well, they are more active and willing to take on new challenges. The discussion in this article focuses on the three major nutrients of carbohydrates, protein, and fat. 1. Carbohydrates Make stored energy available (from glycogen and fat). 1 gram contains 4 calories and provides instant energy. Protein conservation (the practice of not using protein as a source...

“No Pain, No Gain” ?

Posted by on Dec 12, 2012 in Exercising, Fitness | 0 comments

Some people think that it is insane to do something without feeling any pain. They think that in order to get the best results, one should go through a lot of pain. However, this is not true. There are many ways to get the best results without going through all that pain. For example, if you want to lose weight, you don’t have to starve yourself and go on a diet for months and months without seeing any progress. With the help of a professional, all you have to do to reach your goal is eat well and start working out regularly. Training under the principle of “No Pain,...

Fitness Components

Posted by on Dec 12, 2012 in Fitness | 0 comments

Fitness is a state of mental, physical, and social health. It originates from the body, mind, and social environment. Fitness is not a unilateral endeavor. It derives from the body, mind, and social surroundings. The social environment is crucial because it can support and encourage healthy behavior. whether you are interested in general fitness, rehabilitation, health, aesthetics, or sports performance These are the components of fitness: Physical fitness: The capacity to move and utilize one’s strength. Mental health: The state of being in healthy emotional health Social health: The capacity to engage with others without experiencing awkwardness or shyness Physical, mental, and social well-being are the components of fitness. It originates from...