Anyone who trains regularly naturally wants to see success. At some point, most athletes reach the point where they ask themselves: How successful is my regular training? Fortunately, you can quickly check this yourself.
The human body has about 650 muscles. Unfortunately, it cannot be said precisely. Some muscles merge into each other, and some are no longer found in old age. But one thing is sure: the muscle fibers of the skeletal muscles enable us to move. So …
If you don’t play sports, it’s hard to understand. So why do millions of people do fitness, or why do they go jogging after an exhausting day? Even if couch potatoes find it hard to believe, the answer is: It’s because regular fitness makes you happy. And science now knows why.Continue reading Why and how regular fitness makes happy
Millions of runners regularly take part in competitions. However, if you want to get your best performance on the day it matters most, you need to prepare yourself carefully. The last six weeks and the so-called tapering can be a great help. Read on.
The kettlebell’s triumphal march began in the circus. First, strong men performed tricks with it. Then special military units discovered the benefits of the kettlebell. Today, kettlebell training enjoys great popularity. But you can only benefit from the many advantages of this functional workout if …
Proteins are real multi-talents and an integral part of a balanced diet. If you are an athlete and want to build muscle, you have an increased need. But what should I look out for, and which foods are particularly recommended? This little protein guide provides the answers.Continue reading The protein guide for optimal and effective muscle building