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Potassium is seen as one of the best electrolytes that is able to support and enhance sports performance. Gathered from the Canadian Academy of Sports Nutrition (2014 - 2018) potassium is able to: Help prevent post-exercise exhaustion Support intense training sessions Aid maintaining normal levels of hormones May help prevent cramps during and after intense exercise... Continue Reading →
After two months of intensive training my maximum lifting capacity has hit a plateau. No matter how hard I try, it is almost impossible for me to reach my 10 - 12 rep goal. with my current weights. If you have hit a plateau in your weight training progress or you are just plain tired of... Continue Reading →
A 2011 study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that older people who reported being the least happy died at nearly twice the rate in the next five years as people who reported being the most happy. Even after adjusting for factors like illness, finances and depression, people who were the... Continue Reading →
Weather can affect you in more ways than you think, especially before training. The gloomy atmosphere made by heavy rain clouds affects your mood, to also become gloomy and heavy. Many people would use this as an excuse to stop training, but think again, as this seemingly bad weather could be used to your advantage.... Continue Reading →