Fat burning myths

Fat burning myths

Fat Burning Myths “Training in the “fat burning zone” is necessary to loose weight” The “fat burning zone” (sometimes referred to as “Fat max”) is an intensity zone at about 55-60 % of maximum heart rate. This is the intensity where the highest percentual...
4 Training Principles

4 Training Principles

4 Training Principles There are a few basic training principles that you should know if you are taking your training seriously and want to achieve maximum results. These principles can serve as an aid in your training program design by helping you find answers to...
Keep your weight with chewing gum

Keep your weight with chewing gum

Keep your weight with chewing gum   It may sound a bit funny, but there is actually research on how chewing gum affects our metabolism and energy intake. In a study from 2016 a group of scientists wanted to investigate whether chewing gum after lunch could lead...
Boost your recovery with blueberries

Boost your recovery with blueberries

Boost your recovery with blueberries   Intense exercise often leads to muscle damage together with localized oxidative stress and inflammation. This is the reason why your muscles feel sore, and your performance can be impaired hours and even days after a tough...
Proteins – the essential of muscle growth

Proteins – the essential of muscle growth

Why should i care about protein? Protein is the building material that the body uses to build several types of tissue, including muscle. Protein ingestion is therefore essential for muscle growth and maintaining muscle mass. Protein could be described as long chains...