While we lift weights in the gym we often come across of the thought that what should be the ideal speed or tempo at which we should perform our sets.
Ever thought how Whey Protein is made?
Well, Whey comes from Milk. Milk actually contains two main types of protein casein and whey. Whey is a part of milk that separates during cheese(paneer) production.Whey has many advantages. Few of them I can think on top of my head are
1) It is absorbed faster
2) It improves muscle anabolism.
How many of us have been a victim of this thought? well, I plead guilty of this (for like 5 mins), but I am glad I quickly zapped out of this vicious circle and went about my regime.
A toned look and pretty curves. Does the thought of it give you goose bumps? If yes, you should head straight to that dreaded weight section of your gym.
How many times does it happen that you see a friend, family member or colleague's awesome body transformation and are completely awestruck by that?
Every time, right? And just after seeing that you motivate yourself to do something like that, but once that moment is over, that motivation somehow vanishes and you go back to your normal lifestyle.
Core is the area of the body around your midsection (torso) and it involves the muscles in the front, back and and sides of the area (which are your lower lats, obliques, transverse abdominus, erector spinae) that essentially act as stabilizers for your whole body.
Theoretically if you train all the body parts equally hard they should develop at the same rate but if you have been training for a while you will notice that some of your body parts are more responsive to training than others.
Many of us hear of allergies and intolerance some people have towards certain foods.
Let's look at what each is and understand how they affect our body.
Fish oil is oil that is derived from the tissues of oily fish. Fish oil contains Omega-3 fatty acids which are Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and Docosahexaenoic (DHA) respectively that are known to reduce inflammation in the body and provide other health benefits.
What is emotional eating?
At times we do not eat to satisfy hunger. When we are highly stressed or emotional about something we turn to food to either comfort or reward ourselves.