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17
Oct
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Keleven School
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Exercise , Fitness , Workout
Is there an appropriate time to exercise – a time zone when you can get the most out of the workout? Human beings are driven by an internal body clock. Your sleep and wake cycles follow a daily cycle called circadian rhythms. This cycle is regulated by light. Circadian rhythms, a basic part of human life is a cycle of physical, mental and beh
04
Oct
As people grow older, self talk around exercise is “Elderly people should not exercise, they should rest.  Exercise puts me at risk of injuring myself. There is no point, I am anyway too old for this.” Quite the contrary, exercise becomes more important than ever to your health. It can help boost your energy, maintain your independence
02
Aug
Why Do I Train the Way I Do? A complete blast from the past…I came across it on Google Drive when I was in the process of editing the current Textbook. I discovered a lot from weightlifting to hypertrophy. I also discovered a blog written at a time when I was in the thick (pun intended) of things, as they pertain to the Iron Game, as th
25
Aug
As promised, we're back with the second part of our conversation with our wonder women. Just how we deep dived in part 1, we'll be digging deep for answers to questions such as how much money can I make? Will my job be secure? Can I really be financially independent? But, won't it be awkward training men? Enter our wonder women, wh
23
May
The terms exercise and training are two separate concepts but often used interchangeably, and that isn’t correct. Exercise has always been in the recommendations list of all the health and fitness professionals alike. Just a cursory look at any medical organization’s website would show you exercise recommendations ranging from a mere 75 mins
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