Ramadan is almost knocking on our door, and the question keeps popping in our mind how to manage fitness with the Roza, Sehri, and Iftaar.
So a lot of us have had this question as to which is better when it comes to training- dumbbell or barbell. Some say barbell feels good while some others are dumbbell feel gooders.
Well there's no feel-good thing when it comes to stating scientific facts. So breaking the ice- it's the dumbbell who wins!
A good number of people perform some form of Intermittent Fasting (IF) due to a variety of reasons. Many people across the globe practice it due to religious reasons. IF is nothing but fasting done intermittently, where you consume no food/water during the fasting period.
The question that I often get while helping such clients is, “How do I manage my nutrition/training while following the fast?”
Before you watch the video, please see the picture.
Picture 1: The stance.
Since this is a conventional deadlift, the stance is a hip width stance. The center of the foot is exactly under the bar. Shin to bar is not the right concept. You'll know why as you read further.
Picture 2: Grip.
The grip that you see here is called a dead grip. One arm is supinated (under the bar) and the other is pronated (over the bar). This gives a very strong hold. People who are comfortable with a normal grip are good to go as long as they feel strong.
The journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step - Article by Nitu Malladi
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TUCK! I heard that sound loud and clear and the next moment I was lying down on the gym floor. I was in pain and completely clueless about what to do next. Moments ago, I was doing some heavy deadlifts. Did you guess it yet? Yes, I messed up my back. Not the first training injury that I came across but definitely the worst. More than the pain, what disturbed me the most was the thought of being away from the weights for a good long time. Thanks to the series of injuries I had in the past that gave me the discipline to take my rehab seriously.
What is Metabolism? - It is the rate at which your body burns calories!
A typical new year starts with most of us resolving to shed those extra pounds. We usually start by starving ourselves, eating tiny portions of food and feeling weak and irritable all the time, and finally giving up in exasperation after the dreaded weighing scales refuse to budge. So what went wrong? Let’s find out.
I need to lose some weight! - The thought that flashes through many people's head after a day of shopping when they realise that the clothes I like, do not like me!
"Now that I've decided to get fit, I need a plan. Where do I find an answer to almost all my queries? Let's Google it!"
Been here too? Well, we all know how that ends right? How to lose weight as a query returns 83 million results. If you even read 10 of them, it'll seem like rocket science. Too much to ask when all you're trying to do is fly a paper plane, isn't it? Now that we have decided that we want to lose weight (fat loss for the smart ones), let us dive into the very basics you need to get in place to get started.
We have been drinking water since our birth but did we ever wonder what does it do exactly? Why does our body actually need it?
Water is a combination of hydrogen and oxygen. It is the basis for the fluids of the body and makes up more than two-thirds of the weight of the human body. It is hence quite obvious that without water, human body would cease to function as each and ever cell and organs need water for its proper functioning