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8 Tips for the Most Effective Thigh Workout

If you want to look really attractive in any outfit or be able to once again wear that skirt or jeans you wore before you gained some weight, you most certainly need to find the right balance of fat and muscles in your thighs. They don’t need to be skinny, since only toned thighs…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on October 11, 2019 at 7:03am — No Comments

Rock Your Dance Cardio Class: Top 10 Tips

If you are looking into starting any kind of fitness routine, but you still want it to be super fun and interesting, dance classes are maybe the perfect thing for you. However, practising technique, movements, expression, and being in touch with your body while dancing is…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on October 10, 2019 at 8:25am — No Comments

Impact of Physiotherapy on Sport-Related Injuries

Quite common in the world of sports, injuries are an inevitable reality for most sports players. Whether they don’t put effort into getting a proper warm-up, lack conditioning, or simply have poor training methods, the injuries they suffer are usually serious, often sidelining them for games or seasons, and unfortunately, sometimes even ending their careers. In order to cope with different injuries they endure while playing sports, many of them turn to…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on July 24, 2019 at 4:51am — No Comments

How to Lose Weight without Losing Strength

With obesity being one of the biggest health concerns around the world, it comes as no surprise that so many people are trying to lose weight. Most people who have succeeded in doing so will tell you that it’s not that easy at all. Success is largely dependent on mental power and the right changes in the daily routine and some people, unfortunately, are unable to see the whole process through.

Even those who have…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on February 25, 2019 at 7:38am — No Comments

How to Treat Hamstring Injuries

Unfortunately for frequent runners, as well as other athletes in high-endurance sports, the hamstring muscle truly is your Achilles heel. Injuries ranging from a mild strain, all the way to a complete tear in the muscle tissue or the tendon are very common, and they require first aid on the spot to mitigate the pain, and then rehabilitation combined with an exercise program depending on the severity of the injury.…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on May 29, 2018 at 4:36am — No Comments

How to Treat Hamstring Injuries

Unfortunately for frequent runners, as well as other athletes in high-endurance sports, the hamstring muscle truly is your Achilles heel. Injuries ranging from a mild strain, all the way to a complete tear in the muscle tissue or the tendon are very common, and they require first aid on the spot to mitigate the pain, and then rehabilitation combined with an exercise program depending on the severity of the injury.…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on May 29, 2018 at 4:34am — No Comments

Fitness Tips You Need To Implement in 2018

Most of us are well familiar with resolutions about leading a healthier life, which we usually make a the end of the year. We also know that very few of them materialise in the following year for a number of reasons. The first one is that our enthusiasm and motivation fade as the year progresses and old routines kick in. Next, we often set unrealistic goals and when we realise we can’t achieve them, we simply get frustrated and…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on April 4, 2018 at 8:10am — No Comments

Fitness Tips from Different Corners of the World

Every culture in the world has its own set of traditions and habits that help people get in shape and stay fit no matter what, and diversity is exactly what makes those cultures unique and worth mentioning. So, if you’re up for some useful fitness tips from different corners of the world, you’re definitely at the right place. Here are four of them you’ll absolutely adore, so check them out and enjoy!…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on February 22, 2018 at 4:33am — No Comments

This is what you should know if things go wrong in the gym

Gym enthusiasts, while pursuing their goals to get fit, often seem to forget how serious the consequences can be if they’re negligent and exercise more than they’re capable of. We all want to see the results of our workout as soon as possible, but this doesn’t mean that we should endanger our health. For this reason, we have prepared a list of things that you…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on March 28, 2017 at 4:38am — No Comments

How to Properly Get Back to Working out

Just as it is difficult to build your entire lifestyle and include a challenging, ever-changing workout to make things interesting, it is painfully simple to break a single habit that can affect your health and deprive you of those priceless hours at the gym, lifting heavy stuff. And once you’ve stopped training, muscle memory alone won’t be enough to get you back on track.

As Allen Saunders cleverly puts it: “Life is what…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on March 27, 2017 at 8:16am — No Comments

How Can You Create an Effective Home Gym on a Budget

While nearly 60 million people in the United States have a gym membership, according Statistic Brain, nearly 70% of them do not actually visit the gym. Forcing an hour of workout into your already busy schedule can be tough, especially if you do not live close to a gym. If you are a workout fanatic, the good news is that you can build a home gym in your garage for a relatively low price.…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on June 10, 2016 at 6:00am — No Comments

What you need to know about SUPs

What are SUPs

Standup paddling is the best. Folks also call it “sup” which is an acronym for Stand Up Paddling. If you’re a millennial, then basically this type of paddling has been with us for the majority of our lives. About a decade ago, the first paddlers arrived, but sadly the venerable paddleboard isn’t considered a first class citizen like the bicycle. The balance of power is shifting, so there’s more…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on March 15, 2016 at 4:34am — No Comments

5 Ways to Move Your Workout Indoors (for the Winter)

While it might be true that working out in nature is healthier, more pleasant and cheaper, beggars can’t be choosers when the coldest of seasons is at the door. There are far more options out there than simply opting for a gym subscription, although this is in no way a bad thing. Moving your workout indoors can be a hugely beneficial thing while you’re waiting for spring to blossom. and it’s a hell of a better option than sitting it out while your…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on October 12, 2015 at 6:48am — No Comments

How to Exercise with Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are common and relatively harmless condition that can be caused by different factors, such as obesity, pregnancy, hormone replacement, increasing age and they can be hereditary. The last one is the most probable cause for athletes. You can be fit and in the best shape there is, but when genes come into the picture, you’re quite powerless. That is not totally true, though. You can put up quite a fight, by constantly improving your blood circulation with proper physical…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on August 26, 2015 at 5:49am — No Comments

CrossFit as a Secret Ingredient for Maximum Strength

CrossFit is making a significant impact and gains more and more attention as the time goes by. As a matter of fact every one of us probably knows someone that’s addicted to this program. You can easily recognize him or her by the crazy determination, peak physical condition and ability to withstand even the harshest challenges someone throws ahead. Let’s see why it is so, and why this particular way of exercise gives you the edge you wouldn’t have otherwise?

What is a…

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Added by Gabriella Diesendorf on July 28, 2015 at 6:04am — No Comments

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