The holiday season is fast approaching. Easter is a time in which we feast with our loved ones at a richly set table. Of course, a family feast is not conducive to the introduction of dietary sacrifices, while often traditional foods can lead to problems with the digestive tract and certainly do not favor work on losing centimeters at the waist. It is worth to use a few simple tricks while preparing dishes, so that you can fully enjoy the time spent with your loved ones. The following article presents proposals for recipes that are an alternative to traditional Easter dishes.
There is no doubt that a balanced diet together with physical activity brings effects in the form of weight reduction, as well as improving the appearance of the figure. However, more and more people are looking for new methods to speed up this process. One of the trends is training right after waking up. Practicing exercises without breakfast has both supporters and opponents. The following article discusses in which cases it is worth performing strength or aerobic training without eating a meal.
Each of us has already experienced it, hundreds of trainings, many weeks of preparation and liters of poured sweat, all just to finish the race on the spot far from the expected one. Then all you can do is ask yourself: why is this happening since I implemented my training program from top to bottom, and all of my parameters even moved upright up to the day of the competition? I will explain everything in the following article, i.e. about the hypercompensation and regeneration of a few words.
You already have a great training plan. You do not lose motivation even for a moment. You conscientiously work out every training at the gym. You are kind of satisfied with the effects, but not quite. What can you still improve? – you are constantly bothering about this question. Today, we will talk about how to “tweak” our effects by focusing on meals and supplementation around training, more strictly before and after training and during it.
Thyroid plays a very important role in the body and is often called the “queen of metabolism” for a reason. Abnormal functioning of the thyroid gland often caused by poorly selected training, as well as a deficient diet can have a significant negative impact on sports performance.