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Olympic athletes work hard for years to be successful on the world stage. They train nearly every day, eat healthily and get lots of sleep. These are some of many sacrifices they make to be the best in the world at their chosen sports. Here are ten things that they need to do to win that elusive gold medal: Rise Early Waking up earlier will help you develop a morning routine and start your day with accomplishment. Wake up 1 hour earlier and you will soon see that this sacrifice helped you to gain results. Keep To A Healthy Diet...

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  Looking after your health can often feel like a full-time job. If you’re concerned at all about your stats, making sure they fall within the “normal” range, it’s not uncommon to have to search various different websites to give you a complete look at your total body health. Well, not anymore. Here is the ultimate cheat sheet on health, providing all of the information you need to ensure that you’re in the best health possible. Blood Pressure Having a healthy blood pressure means you have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke. Blood Pressure UK reports that the...

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Whether your goal is to build massive muscles or simply give your body more tone, you aren’t going to achieve either if you believe the misconceptions related to muscles. Here are nine of the most common: You’ll get a bodybuilder’s physique if you lift heavier weights. The only way you’ll build that much muscle is to add supplements to your routine. To build muscle, protein is the only nutrient that matters. The truth is that carbohydrates are important too, especially for energy. You shouldn’t work out a muscle that is sore. Some soreness is natural if you’re pushing your physical...

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  Ask most any fitness trainer what the number one question their clients have and the answer will likely be something along the lines of, “How many times a week do I need to work out in order to lose weight?” Some ask this because they want to spend as little time in the gym as possible, whereas others are curious as to what type of results to expect from their new fitness routine. Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer that is going to apply to each and every person. However, the way to arrive at the best response for...

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    While you certainly want to make sure you train hard enough, often enough, and intense enough to give your body a proper workout, you risk overtraining if you push yourself too hard. This can result in an increased risk of injury, a compromised immune system, loss of muscle, and more. So, how do you stop yourself from overtraining? Here are 10 ways to consider: Take 1 or 2 days from your workouts off each week, giving your body ample time to recover before exercising it again. Don’t work out for more than 60 minutes at a time as...

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