May, 2020 | Healthy & Fit

How To Use A Foam Roller – Why And How

Foam rolling has become one of the most popular activities among athletes and everyone who work out as a way to better prepare for upcoming physical activity, improve performance, increase mobility and a range of motions, as well as speed recovery from injuries. Foam rolling is a type of massage, where instead of human touch, a foam roller is used. In this article, I’ll explain why should we use, and

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The Best Leg Workouts at Home -Upgrade Leg Day With These Exercises

Even though gyms are closed, and we’re trapped up inside our homes due to Covid-19 pandemic, we shouldn’t disregard taking care of ourselves, working out for the benefit of our physical and mental health. And we can work out at our own homes, whenever we want and feel like it. Even before pandemic and when it’ll be over (when there will be a vaccine for this specific virus), so many

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Upper Body Workout At Home

Strength training, is an essential component of any fitness routine, especially for your upper body. Regularly working out muscles in your arms, back, chest, and shoulders is vital to keeping your upper body strong and giving your muscles definition, and it won’t give you huge, oversized, bulging muscles. If you are interested in bodybuilding that’s fine, but this article is not about it. This article is focused on the upper

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The Best At Home Core Workout – Level Up Your Core Strength

A strong core can give you better stability, better posture, flat belly and it can even help reduce back pain. Interested? Of course you are, and you should be (!) because a strong core is an invaluable asset that is essential in most full-body functional movements, both static and dynamic. In this article I’ll shortly talk about muscles of the core; it’s functions; the best at-home core workout and the

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5 Tibetan Rites Exercises – Sequence Of Exercises Beneficial For Your Health

You have probably already heard of 5 Tibetan Rites exercises. It’s a sequence of exercises reported to be more than 2,500 years old, and is said to be a form of Tibetan yoga. I’m not going to talk about yoga in this article, I’ll be focusing on exercises. (personally I really love, love, love this sequence of exercises. Yoga, in general, is special to me because it’s calming. There’s something

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