Saturday, 21 July 2018
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
Best Calorie-Burning Exercises
1. Jumping rope
The burn: 667-990 calories/hour (if you're jumping at 120 skips per minute)
The bonus burn: As it turns out, this little rope is actually a big-time fat burner.
2. Running Up Hill/Stair Sprints
The burn: 639-946 calories/hour
The burn: 582-864 calories/hour
4. Cycling intervals
The burn: 568-841 calories/hour
The burn: 566-839 calories/hour (10 min/mile)
6. Kettlebell circuit
The burn: 554-822 calories/hour
7. Stationary bike
The burn: 498-738 calories/hour (at a vigorous pace)
8. Rowing machine
The burn: 481-713 calories/hour (at 150 watts, which you can check on the machine)
10. Strength training
The burn: 341-504 calories/hour
11. Metabolic resistance training circuit
The burn: 340-505 calories/hour
The burn: 322-478 calories/hour (at a resistance level of 8)
13. Battle ropes
The burn: 285-421 calories/hour
14. Power yoga
The burn: 226-335 calories/hour
Sunday, 15 July 2018
1. Exercises That No Longer Work.
2. When Your Weakness Becomes Stronger.
3. Anything Causing Pain.
4. Exercises That Might Not Work With A New Training.
5. Changes To Goals And Priorities.
6. Broaden Your Perspective.
1. Hollow plank
2. Plank side-to-side feet jump and tuck
3. Bicycle crunch
4. Rolling plank
5. Heel touch
6. Side plank crunch
7. Legs-together hip thrust
8. Press-up kick-out
9. Plank with leg raise
Saturday, 14 July 2018
Friday, 13 July 2018
Thursday, 12 July 2018
Massage can help reduce pain from exercise.
Research indicates that massage therapy can reduce inflammation of skeletal muscle damaged through exercise
Massage can make you look younger
Massages stimulate blood flow, which is why regular gentle rubbing and kneading might keep your face looking healthy and radiant
Massage can help beat PMS
A massage could banish mood swings, bloating, headaches, weight gain, and other PMS symptoms, according to a study by the Touch Research Institute and University of Miami Medical School.
Massage benefits chronic pain relief
Sufferers of chronic soft tissue pain (arthritis, fibromyalgia, disc problems, degenerative joints) can find relief after only a few massage therapy sessions, says Nancy M. Porambo, licensed massage therapist with the American Massage Therapy Association
Massage can help treat side effects of cancer
Researchers in Boston found that patients with metastic cancer reported better sleep, less pain, and overall better quality of life after receiving massage therapy.