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Is Chocolate Milk Actually a Good Recovery Drink?

Is Chocolate Milk Actually a Good Recovery Drink?

Chocolate milk has become an increasingly popular drink in sports. Does it live up to the hype? To highlight the role of carbohydrates in powering physical activity, it might help to first consider a time when the body’s fuel reserves are low: after exercise. During...

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What Do I Eat The Night Before A Race?

What Do I Eat The Night Before A Race?

Do I have to have a special meal or follow a strict diet the day before? Do I ever have a beer or a glass of wine? What do I eat the night before a race? Do I have to have a special meal or follow a strict diet the day before? Do I ever have a beer or a glass of wine?...

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What Should I Eat Before A Morning Workout?

What Should I Eat Before A Morning Workout?

What you eat before your morning sweat session depends on many things, but here’s a quick guide. What you eat before your morning sweat session depends on many things, but here’s a quick guide based on whether you’re going long and slow (such as the...

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Proteins vs. natural nutrition (supplements)

Proteins vs. natural nutrition (supplements)

Protein supplements A well-balanced diet can provide enough protein for every athlete. Animal protein is considered to be quality not only containing all essential amino acids, but also because amino acids are present in larger quantities. Quinoa is a herbal food that...

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Regeneration after blood donation

Regeneration after blood donation

Blood is a liquid tissue that fills the heart and blood vessels and consists of two parts: a liquid called a blood plasma and Blood cells that swim in blood plasma: red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and blood platelets (platelets). The...

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Linden honey

Linden honey

From ancient times was known as medicine, unavoidable addition to warm beverages, active part of healthy food, the best friend of our skin and hair - its majesty HONEY. Honey is a dense sweet syrup material, the product of honey bees (lat. Apis mellifera or Apis...

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Where does fats that we lose go?

Where does fats that we lose go?

When the question from the title is asked, it turns out that most people do not know the answer. In an attempt to answer, they made several assumptions. I suggest you think and give yourself an idea of the answer to the question "Where does go the kilos when I'm...

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Athletes training and fat metabolism

Athletes training and fat metabolism

By improving general (aerobic) endurance training, the size and the number of mitochondria and the concentration of oxidative enzymes inside muscle cells increases, increasing the ability of an athlete to use higher amounts of fat during...

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Fats (lipids)

Fats (lipids)

Despite the misinformation of the benefits for large amounts of fat (intake 30% or more of total calories from fats) in the literature of the recent date, it should be emphasized that fats have a high concentration of energy that does NOT lead to the improvement of...

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WORKOUT

Train Slower To Race Faster

Train Slower To Race Faster

Follow the 80/20 rule for new performance gains. To get to the finish line the fastest you have to power through at your hardest effort, but when it comes to training, a growing body of research confirms that endurance athletes should be doing 80 percent of their...

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Vertical Kicking (swimming drill)

Vertical Kicking (swimming drill)

Vertical kicking is a challenging drill great for promoting an efficient flutter kick. Instead of kicking across the pool along the surface of the water, vertical kicking takes place in a stationary position in the deep end. The challenge of this drill lies in keeping...

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Perfect Run Form

Perfect Run Form

Speed and endurance are important, but technique is king. Look at a standard training plan for triathlon, and you’ll see a lot of runs focusing on speed and endurance, but few—if any—workouts dedicated to technique. That’s a massive mistake,...

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Exercises to strengthen your knees

Exercises to strengthen your knees

Feeling the pain during your workouts? That’s never okay. This is because having weak knees is an injury waiting to happen. It may not occur instantly, but know that if your knees aren’t supported correctly during your training, the excess strain you’re putting on...

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Exercises for stronger and more flexible neck

Exercises for stronger and more flexible neck

Fix and treat the imbalances that are causing you neck pain or mobility issues. You would think that focusing on neck-strengthening exercises would help ease neck pain, but athletes should often begin elsewhere, explains New York-based Steve Gonser, a physical...

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Foggy goggles

Foggy goggles

Foggy goggles is one of the most annoying things about swimming and there's so many myths out there as to how to stop this from happening. You may well have heard of using saliva, buying special solutions or rinsing out in water and so many more Temperature of your...

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Differences: cheap or expensive running shoes?

Differences: cheap or expensive running shoes?

In this article, we will look back exclusively on the comparison of brands that have production of running shoes and those who have brought this production process to a higher level! Our goal is not to promote any special brand and certainly not the bad promotion of...

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Running cadence

Running cadence

Cadence represents the number of steps (or rpm) rotations per minute in cyclical sports. Most applications and impacts it has in running and cycling where it emphasis efficiency and economy. It also found use in swimming. For all of three sports for a long time there...

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MOTIVATION

Pregnant women, feel free to swim and enjoy

Pregnant women, feel free to swim and enjoy

Nowadays there is a great number of different programmes for the pregnant women both in and outside the water, compared to the times of our grandmothers or even mothers. The only question remains whether you are willing or have desire to moderately exercise and swim...

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Race walking and brain size

Race walking and brain size

Human brain is usually decreasing over the years, so its volume decreases by about 0.2 percent per year until 60 years of age. More intense brain reduction is associated with cognitive problems, says the team of Nicholas Spartan from the Boston University Medical...

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Prevention: The safety of kids at the pool

Prevention: The safety of kids at the pool

Who is safe in the water now? What do we need to tell our kids when they go to a swimming pool or when they go swimming in a river with their friends? We’ve talked about it. On the other hand, how safe are our kids in the swimming lessons? What is the...

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Wearable tech and their impact on health

Wearable tech and their impact on health

Wearable tech - radiation exposure We live in an era of immense convenience driven by technological advancements. We have smartphones to ensure seamless communication, laptops and tablets to enable productivity, and now, wearables are taking connectivity to a whole...

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Extreme Athleticism Is the New Midlife Crisis

Extreme Athleticism Is the New Midlife Crisis

People in middle age are flocking in record numbers to intense workouts and challenging races. What are they chasing? The last thing I remember before passing out was the pain. It had overtaken everything, hunching my back, and curling my fingers into claws pecking...

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Why is swimming good for dads?

Why is swimming good for dads?

Today, most of the men, when the children come, relaxes in every way ... They neglect their health. On the contrary, you should only take care of yourself, your health, because you are giving an example to your children and have greater responsibility for yourself and...

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Breaking2

Breaking2

Breaking2 was a project by Nike to break the two-hour barrier for the marathon. Nike announced the project in December 2016 and organized a team of three elite runners who trained for a private race. The event was held on the Formula One Autodromo Nazionale Monza race...

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Morning Routine

Morning Routine

The sun is shining the birds are singing and your alarm is blaring must be the morning. To have a productive day there are things you should do every morning and this doesn't include drinking great amounts of coffee. Drink a glass of water   When you wake up in the...

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