Posts Tagged ‘Health And Fitness’

Speedy Recovery: 10 Ways to Ease Sore Muscles

Posted on 02 Feb 2016 at 11:36am

An intense weight-training session or a prolonged cardio workout makes a person to feel muscle soreness, exhaustion and even nausea. After waking up next day of exercise, you would feel intense muscle soreness which is called delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). But you can avoid or reduce this feeling by taking few preventive measures. The following ten steps before and after the gym will help you for this purpose.

Before work out, drinking a cup of caffeinated tea of …
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Nicole Scherzinger Forces Herself to Work out again

Posted on 17 Jan 2015 at 11:43am

A confession has been made recently by singer Nicole Scherzinger (36) that the advancement in age has made it much difficult to go to gym and now she has to try hard to go to that place and exercise for few hours in order to remain slim and smart.

 

 

She told that her weight goes up and down like any other woman as she has both good and bad days. In the beginning, she exercised daily for years but now it’s very difficult for her to do so…

Hit the gym stat for better skin

Posted on 06 Dec 2013 at 5:23am

It’s already hard enough to find time to get to the gym, with the holidays ahead. But it turns out that getting your blood pumping also benefits your complexion than just benefit your body. To tie up those laces, it might be enough motivation. Luckily, you can still reap the benefits as long as you work up a sweat, even if you’re not a treadmill fanatic.

Manhattan Dermatologist, Dr. Gervaise Gerstner says that skin is the largest organ in the body and exercise causes increased blood flow to all of your organs. When you’re working out, the skin receives more nutrients and oxygen as the blood…

What your Fitness Age Simple Test

Posted on 19 Nov 2013 at 5:46am

Your fitness age is based on the body’s ability to utilize oxygen, with the best measures coming from individuals hooking up to a respiration mask and hitting the treadmill. If you’re 25 years old, then it will tell you whether your fitness level is of a 20 year-old marathoner or a sedentary 50 year-old man. How efficiently the body is utilizing available oxygen, scientists would then measure that.

But now, there’s a better way to approximate our fitness age, simply by taking an online test, after researchers studied over 5,000 Norwegians. According to New York Times, the researchers took about a dozen measurements, including HDL and total cholesterol…

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