In its most basic form, dumbbells can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, who first invented halteres, oblong-shaped weights with handles. Greek athletes would hold a haltere…

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Glucose can be used and some athletes have a slice of white bread with jam or a small bowl of a high-GI breakfast cereal with milk after exercise….

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Exercise increases your heart rate and body temperature. That means that late night sweat sessions could be hindering your ability to get some shut-eye. Studies have shown that…

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Muscle soreness is definitely normal. But, if your arms are always aching and you can barely walk up the stairs after each workout sesh, you might find yourself…

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If you’re running short on time but still want to get that workout in, then circuit training might be a good option. … Although beneficial for muscle and…

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Unless you’re ready for one or more touchups, it’s best to not workout during the 2–4 weeks it takes for your tattoo to heal. If you must workout,…

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Pull-ups are a great way to increase strength and muscle, but they should be one part of a well-rounded workout to develop a strong and symmetrical back. Focus…

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Surely you’ve wondered when you will start seeing the results of your workouts: Generally you can expect to notice results after two weeks. Your posture will improve and…

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If you’re looking to build and strengthen your glutes, adding kettlebells to your workout is a great way to go. What gym equipment is best for glutes? The…

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Avoid drinking caffeine (coffee, tea, soda) or taking herbal stimulants such as ephedra or Ma Huang while you are taking creatine. Combining this product with these substances may…

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