Tips to increase the sprinting speed

Tips to increase the sprinting speed

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1. Sprinting is ENTIRELY different from Long Distance Running.  You’ll, therefore, need to get stronger as this will definitely develop your muscles to aid you in increasing your sprint speeds. 2. Strength Exercises such as the Squat, the Deadlift, the (Overhead) Press, the Benchpress and Chinups should help you get Stronger. 3. Do NOT look at this separately as those Exercises that Develop specific parts of the body. You need to look for Compound Exercises (mentioned above), that work your Entire Body. 4. As obvious as this sounds, you need to discuss with a Qualified Sprint Coach to work out a proper Sprint Training Program, that will help you Increase your Sprinting Speeds, and will need to diligently follow the program, while Continually working with your Spring Coach. There are…
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Tips to lose 20 kgs in 2 months

Tips to lose 20 kgs in 2 months

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Let us understand the situation and underline a couple of things here: Nutrition: 1. Avoid Junk Food/Fast Food/Soft Drinks of ALL kinds 2. Reduce Intake of Simple Carbohydrates, such as White Bread, White Rice, Flour… 3. Get your Carbohydrate Requirements from Complex Carbohydrates 4. Eat a LOT of Vegetables…they are a VERY GOOD SOURCE of Carbohydrates and other Essential Nutrients. 5. Eat Fruits. 6. Ensure that you have a Good Amount of Quality Protein with ALL YOUR MEALS. 7. Do NOT SKIP any Meals 8. Do NOT SKIP BREAKFAST 9. Dietary Fat is good for you and will NOT make you fat. Avoid the Trans Fat type. Workout: You need to give your body a reason to get Stronger and grow Muscle, rather than shunt Calories Consumed towards Fat Storage.…
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Most Effective Natural Fat Burners with Energy

Most Effective Natural Fat Burners with Energy

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Well, as far as Natural Fat Burners are concerned, let’s look at it from the point of view of 1) Food 2) Eating Habits 3) Active Lifestyle ——————— 1) Food… a) Go easy (eat in less quantities) Carbohydrates, especially simple carbohydrates. White Rice, Wheat, Flours etc are all simple carbohydrates… Meaning, they get digested very quickly…leading to Spurts in Blood Sugar Levels. This IMMEDIATELY, therefore, causes the Pancreas to produce INSULIN, whose function is to REMOVE the excess Blood Sugar from the blood and Place it into cells which store sugar and use them for energy requirements. The issue with INSULIN (from a body weight perspective) is that, it is a FAT STORAGE hormone. So, the more INSULIN…the more you store as FAT. b) If on the other hand, you…
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