When we think of movement, we often think of building muscle or increasing our aerobic capacity; however, we can sometimes underestimate the power of stretching. Enhancing flexibility as a part of a regular exercise program is key. One of the things we like best about stretching is that it can be done frequently in short bouts throughout the day.
Types of Protein Powders from Whey to Vegan
August 4 2017
Protein powder is a favorite nutrient among dieters, bodybuilders and cleanse aficionados. These powders work by providing the body with one of its most basic building blocks. There are many forms of protein powder available, and each contains several of the amino acids that the body needs for energy and muscle growth.
Whey Protein and Blood Sugar
August 2 2017
Whey protein ingestion has been shown to reduce feelings of hunger and promote satiety making it a valuable aid in weight loss programs. Whey protein during weight loss has also been shown to preserve lean body mass.
Green Exercise: Why Outdoor Workouts are So Much Better
August 1 2017
We all know that exercise is vital for good health—no matter whether it’s aerobic exercise, strength training, mind-body exercises like yoga, or another type of physical activity.
4 Natural Ways To Promote Healing From Sports Injuries
June 21 2017
After a sports injury or sprain, immediate first aid is very important
Whey Protein and Weight Loss
May 16 2017
A study highlights the value of whey protein in helping to maintain muscle mass during intentional weight loss, an extremely important goal in achieving long-term diet success. Whey protein ingestion has also been shown to reduce feelings of hunger and promote satiety, as well as improve blood sugar control.
What Is The Proper Dosage Of Jogging?
April 26 2017
There is no question that a sedentary lifestyle is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and an early death.
Do It Yourself Muscle Rub
April 26 2017
How about a Homemade Muscle Rub?
Glutamine for Workouts
April 26 2017
Discover how glutamine supplements could boost your workout.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid found in the skeletal muscles of the body. The amino acid is responsible for protein synthesis within the muscle cells.
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