Can we really do anything to help our body burn calories faster?

To answer this question, it helps to understand a little about how our metabolism works. The metabolic process involves a complex network of hormones and enzymes that not only convert food into fuel, but also affect how efficiently you burn that fuel.

Nowadays, we have many different ways to train and different types of exercises which improve your body. One of them is the plank exercise. But why is so important to do plank exercises every day and what happens with your body?


Even though the summer is here, we are not stopping our training and constant improving of our physical shape. This is so important for us, because we want to show the results of our hard training on the beach. However, it is always important to be in shape, this is the reason why it is imperative to train constantly.


The bodyweight training has gained an extraordinary popularity lately. This is due to the fact that no additional equipment is needed, exercises can be performed at home and usually take less time than a workout in the gym. The calories that can be burned are similar to the calories consumed in the gym.

Breakfast has long been considered like the most important meal of the day, and recent researches have reaffirmed its nutritional benefits. Some studies have reported reduced risk of cardiovascular disease as well as Type 2 diabetes among regular breakfast consumers. We might not have time to have a lavish breakfast buffet spread like a king, but having even a healthy dish or two makes the difference.

There are countless different training programs through which you can reach your fitness gols. It is advisable to combine exercises with different tension and type to achieve satisfying results. Many workout routines promise fast results, but they do not include highly intensive exercises. In result achieving your dream body becomes harder and even has a demotivating effect.
For an effective fat burn and muscle gain, the body needs to be put under a highly intensive training program. This is where Tabata takes its role. It doesn’t take a lot of time to do, which makes it perfect not only for achieving your dream body, but also perfect for people who have a busy lifestyle and who don’t have a lot of free time.

We all know that the water is important for us and we can’t live a day without it, but let’s be honest and admit that we forget to drink enough daily. Water is the most essential element life on Earth. People often don’t take enough fluids, get dehydrated, and this is extremely harmful for health. And do you know what percent of our body is made of water? - Up to 60% of the human adult body is water. According to H.H. Mitchell, Journal of Biological Chemistry 158, the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. Water is used to lubricate the joints, protect the spinal cord and other sensitive tissues, regulate body temperature, and assist the passage of food through the intestines. Human body can’t work without water- all the cell and organ functions depend on water for their functioning.

What Does Recent Research Conclude?

Are you bored to death by the treadmill? Or are you daunted by doing a series of "Burpees" (explosive squat thrusts)? There is still unfortunately "debate" surrounding the "pros" and "cons" of "HIIT" verse steady-state "moderate cardio" workouts. Recent research has clarified some advantages that HIIT has over the conventional "Steady State Cardio" session.
In this article we discuss some new findings on the benefits of incorporating HIIT training into your weekly routine instead of Moderate Cardio.

Motivation is the invisible power driving us to achieve our goals - the engine of all the changes in our lives. At the beginning of every new year or new season we promise ourselves we would start living healthy, train harder, etc. In fact how many of these promises do we really keep? What about motivation - is it the same as when we set the goal? In most cases the answer is “no”.

The hardest part and the biggest hindrance on the way to achieving your goals is demotivation, caused by a busy lifestyle or lack of progress. How to cope with it and keep our motivation to get the body of our dreams? Read on to discover! :)

Q. I'm a Hard Gainer. I struggle to put on muscle. What do you suggest I do to build good quality muscle?

A. First of all there are very few true hard gainers. Many people who think they are hard gainers have unfortunately been mislead by the industry in the way that they should train, which results in them finding it difficult to gain muscle. One of us on the team falls exactly into this category - classically referred to as an Ectomorph (slim / lowish body fat levels and generally considered on the skinny side and finds it harder to gain muscle).

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