Author: Anand

Pre Workout Side Effects – 7 Reasons Why You Should NOT Use a Pre Workout Supplement

Pre workout supplements are extremely popular and have been for the past few years. But should you really use them? Is a pre workout even a supplement? By definition, dietary supplements are taken to fill in a deficiency. For example, if you don’t get enough protein from food in your diet, you can use a protein supplement. If you have a vitamin deficiency, you can supplement with a vitamin supplement. Pre workouts are considered as an ergogenic aid. This means that they can potentially increase physical performance. Almost everything has a risk and a benefit. The pre workout side...

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The Only 3 Ways to Boost Metabolism

What is metabolism and why do you need to boost it? As a coach, I get this question all the time. When a person talks about how to boost metabolism, they typically refer to your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate). In simple terms, your BMR is the number of calories your body needs to stay alive. Even if you stayed in bed all day you would still need calories to perform all of the necessary bodily functions. BMR is not the only component of your overall caloric expenditure. Your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) = BMR +Exercise +Thermic Effect of...

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Density Training: Build More Muscle in Less Time

Do you have a very limited time to workout? The density training may be for you. I’ve personally have been using density training for the past 3 years and have really benefited from them. What is Training Density? What’s the number 1 excuse you hear from people for not working out? It’s usually – “I don’t have time.” If you know someone like this, density training is a great way of getting a great workout within a limited time. In strength training, we use variables such as training intensity and volume. Training intensity refers to how much weight we...

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How to Squat Deeper If You Have Long Femurs (Legs)

How Your Anatomy Affects Your Squat Check out the interactive model at athleticdesign.seThe squat is universally known as the king of all exercises. In spite of this, squat technique is highly variable between individuals. This is because we are all built a little bit different. Anatomical differences, height, body weight, mobility, experience levels, muscle strengths & weaknesses etc. all affect how a person is going to squat. If you look at the best squatters in the world, they are built to squat. This usually means that they have shorter femurs and squat very upright. If you’re reading this, you probably...

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Squat Depth: How To Squat Deeper

Not being able to hit proper squat depth is an issue faced by a lot of people, especially in developed countries.Unfortunately, most of us are very sedentary throughout the day.We are simply not used to squatting in our daily lives. It is not uncommon to sit for 10 hours a day. We sit while we’re working, studying, watching TV, commuting etc. That being said almost everyone can learn how to squat deeper. Why Squat Depth Matters Deep Squats are More Effective A full squat is a natural movement for the body and most of us are capable of doing...

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