How to Burn More Fat With Less Effort
Researchers from the University of New South Wales
(UNSW) have found an easier way of getting off those
extra kilos you may have gained. It's involves a
unique combination of intense and light exercise.
Great summer workout - just add water
With warm weather season now approaching, exercisers
want to take their workouts outside and breakout of
their indoor fitness ruts. But, when temperatures
reach record highs and humidity levels soar,
traditional outdoor workouts become less appealing.
We show how you can stay cool while still enjoying
outdoor physical activity.
Reduce muscle burn with baking soda
Sodium bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda,
is used as a medication to neutralize stomach acid
in ulcer patients and as a home remedy for stomach
distress. Now researchers in Greece have shown that
it may neutralize the acid in muscles during intense
exercise and helps athletes to exercise longer
(Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, October
Faster recovery with caffeine
In a recent study
researchers found that moderate doses of caffeine, roughly equivalent to two
cups of coffee, cut post-workout muscle pain by up to 48 percent in a small
sample of volunteers.
Tips to avoid exercise burnout
When it comes to
getting and staying fit, consistency is a major component to success. Ensuring
that you regularly eat nutritious meals and exercise week after week is
mandatory. But, too much of a good thing can actually be harmful.
Eat fat before a workout?
Is it better to eat
before or after a workout? We give you a medical answer.
your workout with interval training
Now here's the really
exciting part…many people notice a reduction in weight and centimetres, as their
body's water store.
Tips to bounce back after exercising
Is today's exercise
tomorrow's pain? We offers tips to bounce back better after exercise.
overcome a workout plateau
Humans are habitual.
They strive on routine and rituals. While it’s true that routine can provide a
sense of ease and security, I think we’d all agree that the same old, same old
can also turn to boredom. And when it comes to working out, routine can be