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Fat burning and how strength training helps

Fat burning and how strength training helps

At first glance, it looks like regular endurance training is the best way to burn fat. According to Harvard Health, a person weighing 70 kilograms burns 372 calories within 30 minutes when jogging. Strength training burns only 223 calories. But strength training has other fat-burning 

The most important aspects of muscle building for women

The most important aspects of muscle building for women

The topic of muscle building used to be addressed almost exclusively to men. Fortunately, that has changed completely. Today, women do strength training as naturally as men. Here are the most essential facts about muscle building for women:

Myokines are the health secret of our muscles

Myokines are the health secret of our muscles

Regular fitness programs, according to individual abilities, are super healthy. This has not been a secret for a long time. Muscles, in particular, are absolute health wonders. And now we know why: it’s the myokines. Here’s what you need to know:

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You should train these muscle groups together

You should train these muscle groups together

Regular strength training is one of the best things you can do for your body. You don’t just get a great figure. Bones, metabolism, and all internal organs also benefit. However, there are a few things to keep in mind for success. First, you should 

Trigger points and how they affect your fitness

Trigger points and how they affect your fitness

Even the untrained can clearly feel the small bumps. Trigger points are found everywhere in the body. Many people don’t know that they are one of the most common causes of sports injuries. And they cause discomfort not where they are found but in a 

Why the yo-yo effect ist bad for your muscles

Why the yo-yo effect ist bad for your muscles

If you don’t do anything about it, muscle mass decreases continuously from 30 onwards. The result is what is known as sarcopenia, a loss of muscle mass. A study shows that inactivity is bad for the muscles and the widespread yo-yo effect caused by many diets.

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