Your most important muscles at a glance

Your most important muscles at a glance

Your body has 639 muscles. They ensure that your organism functions smoothly. Without them, you would not be able to survive. Like a motor, they convert energy into movement. Here is an overview of the most important muscles:

How to build up your muscle training

How to build up your muscle training

Your body is made up of more than 500 muscles. They let you breathe, run, walk, sit and do many other things. Important to know: One-third of all muscles affect the spine in one way or another. That is why regular muscle training is also 

Absolute strength can be more important than muscle mass

Absolute strength can be more important than muscle mass

Do you take part in competitions as an athlete? Or you like to compare yourself with others during strength training? Then you should know that muscle mass says less about your performance than your absolute strength. However, there are a few things to keep in 

Why glucose is so important for endurance athletes

Why glucose is so important for endurance athletes

Hopefully, it will soon be possible again, probably in autumn: taking part in a marathon, a cycle race, or a triathlon. You should already prepare your training for this and not forget one thing: The optimal supply of nutrients, especially glucose. Here is the most 

How to create your individual training plan

How to create your individual training plan

Not everyone has a personal trainer or the opportunity to have a professional create their very own training plan. Although it is advantageous to have an experienced expert take on this task, you can also put together your own individual training plan. However, you should 

Periodization helps with continuous performance improvement

Periodization helps with continuous performance improvement

Anyone who trains regularly would like to continuously improve their performance. If this does not work as desired, if performance stagnates or even declines, incorrect periodization can often occur. But this does not have to be the case: If you divide your training or workout