Ketogenic diet was used in 1920s as a treatment for epilepsy. From then, it has also been considered as a potential treatment for diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. And in 1970s, Atkins Diet® introduced a ketogenic strategy for weight loss.
According to an article published in training-conditioning.com, sand training provides a great benefit for athletes especially to runners. According to a 1998 Belgian study, running on dry sand requires 1.6 times more energy than running on stable surfaces, and walking
Over the years, the number of men who takes testosterone supplements has dramatically increased. Debates has come out to whether it is safe or not. There are studies that says testosterone supplementation can associated with heart attack. On the other
Having a plan is also as important as having a recovery plan afterwards. When we do workout, we can’t avoid injuries like muscle torns. Below are the different types of it. First Degree Strain. This only involves less than 5
The more focus we are the more successful we can be in whatever we do. And on the hand, the more distracted we are the less well we can do. That’s how it is importance focus to us. It affects
The older we get, the wiser we are—but the older we get, our body begins to weaken. Once we begin to age like hitting our 40s, our body also changes. It’s an inevitable reality. Now, does that mean that we
What sinister forces are at play when despite everything you’ve read and heard about healthy eating guidelines and the danger of obesity, you still choose the burger over the salad, sugary soft drink over water, fried chicken over salmon? Obesity
It is pointless to isolate the great powers of the bodybuilding industry. Young teens are aspired to build muscles and have strong body and growth so they can look attractive to the other gender. Nothing wrong with that at all.
Creatine, despite its research-backed benefits, some people avoid it because they’re afraid that it’s bad for health.Some even claimed it causes liver, kidney problems and weight gain to name some. However, a review of the evidence suggests these claims are
Since it was coined by Dr. Gabe Mirkin in 1978, Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation (R.I.C.E) became widely adopted as a recovery method among athletes. However, recently Dr. Mirkin announced that the RICE method may actually delay the process of