Fitness Health News,
March 25, 2017
Obesity is a serious problem affecting numerous people all around the world. Having extra weight will not only make you feel lazy but makes you vulnerable to a lot of health problems too. For a number of people out there, losing weight doesn't come easy. Some can't find the energy to go to a gym or start a healthy diet. However, you need to start somewhere if you want to get rid of extra weight. You might be surprised to hear this, but there is a way you can start losing weight, a way that doesn't require money nor...
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May 25, 2016
Reaching health and fitness goals is something that most of us are passionate about. That’s why it’s not uncommon to decide to lose weight, gain muscle, or improve our fitness and commit to achieving that goal by completely overhauling our lives overnight. For instance, maybe you decide to drop those extra 20 pounds so you make a list of all the things you need to change. No more fast food, only salads and lean meat. No more spending your nights on the couch; it’s going to be 60 minutes of exercise per day at least. And on and on....
October 31, 2015
Although most people engage in a fitness program to either lose weight or build muscle, being fit comes with another important benefit: increased bone density. This is especially important as you age because that’s when bones oftentimes become more frail, subjecting you to a higher risk of breaks due to falls. Fortunately, there are things you can do when working out to effectively increase your bone density and potentially save yourself a lot of pain and aggravation. Here are three to consider: Plyometrics Plyometrics is another word for jump training and it involves standing in front of a box...
August 05, 2015
When most people think about proper exercise, they think about getting their heart rate up to a specific level while doing cardio or engaging in resistance training using the right form to build bigger muscles safely. However, breath control is another important facet of working out as it helps improve your performance, increases your fat burn, and can even prevent dizziness. How do you control your breath for all of these positive results, especially if you are a beginner? Breathe Control During Cardio One of the common military breathing techniques involves breathing using a 3-to-2 ratio while doing cardiovascular...
December 02, 2013
Did you know that 1-13 of us suffer from asthma? So how do you know if your an asthma sufferer ? well the tell tail signs of asthma are; coughing, tightness from chest, wheezing or shortness of breath which normally occur earlier than average when conducting cardiovascular exercise such like running, swimming, cycling or any other sports were your required to work your body muscle groups with continuous rhythmic movements for long periods of time. So if you think this could be you , what do you do ? First things first check with your General...