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POST-WORKOUT MEAL

The first hours after physical exertion is the time of intensive regeneration of the body. In order for the related processes to proceed effectively and prepare the body for further sports challenges, it is worth planning the right meal after training.

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How much protein do I need?

Physical activity is one of the main factors determining the body's need for protein. Intensive exercise intensifies muscle metabolism. In addition, protein is a key ingredient if our goal is to build muscle mass.

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Active people's diet

Regular sporting involves the need to provide larger amounts of certain nutrients. Increased muscular work is accompanied by increased metabolic changes and, consequently, higher energy requirements. Increasing the calorie content of the diet means increasing the supply of carbohydrates and fats.

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WHAT TO EAT BEFORE TRAINING?

A meal consumed before training is to provide energy for physical exercise and additionally provide components that support the subsequent regeneration of the body. The most important element should be carbohydrates - they add energy and delay the sense of fatigue.

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5 IDEAS HOW TO EAT MORE VEGETABLES

Fruit can be easily included into breakfasts or desserts and most people eat sufficient amounts of them, however it does not look so well, when it comes to vegetables that should be eaten in the minimum amount of 300-400g per day. If you do not have an idea how to smuggle vegetables to your daily meals, make use of our ideas.

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HOW TO ACTIVATE METABOLISM?

Long-lasting losing weight may slow down a metabolism rate. Starvation diets or continuous decrease of meal caloric value may only result in a situation being even worsened. So how can we enhance diet results and normalize our metabolism?   

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WHY DOES DETOX NOT WORK?

Cleansing diets are based on the assumption that a human body accumulates toxins and unnecessary products of metabolism that require special methods of nutrition or eating supplements in order to be removed from a body. Is that true? 

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Do I need to eat five meals a day?

Many people are convinced that in order to gain best training results, you need to eat 5 meals a day, always at the same times. Meanwhile, the recommendation to eat five meals at specific times, preferably every 3 hours is a standard which in practice does not always work.

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How many calories do I need?

Determination of the optimal calorie number requires determination of the daily energy expenditure. For basic metabolism, in normal course of basic life processes...

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Ways to better digestion

Discomfort associated with digestion can negatively affect our daily functioning. Contrary to appearances, it happens also to athletes and people trying to lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Intestinal gas, bloating, constipation or...

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How to build a firm buttocks while avoiding the "thick" legs?

Firm buttocks is one of the most common aims determined by women in the gym. Given the sedentary lifestyle, gluteal muscles are very weak resulting in a ' flat and flabby” bottom effect, one would think that this is the right direction.

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What is the fastest way to loose weight?

The main drive for people starting to work out is to loose excessive weight. Until recently the common consensus was that the best effects...

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Strength training — is it or is it not for women?

Women often tend to give up strength training being afraid of building too much muscle mass, which in turn leads to loose femininity.

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How to get started?

Every person that begins their "adventure" with training should start from defining the goal they want to achieve. You need time to achieve effects, therefore, the training process itself should be implemented gradually.

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Diet

The most common objective before the start of the physical activity is to lose extra pounds or to slim down. Health improvement often goes second.

 

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How often should you exercise?

The frequency of training is a very important issue, although more important than frequency is their regularity, because it allows us to build appropriate habits. We must remember that our body needs time to rest (regeneration) after the workout.

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