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 Proper diet and nutritional knowledge is truly essential to reach your health or fitness goals. Foods you eat on a daily basis are 50% of the puzzle when combined with proper fitness. We take a look at all aspects of nutrition and various diets to help you experience a full understanding of what you can apply to your own lifestyle. Latest research & studies are discussed with insights in to our expanding world.
   The Pork Chop Diet ..
   How about a Date? ..
   Watch the Waistline ..
   Eat it Raw ..
   Eating on the Road ..
   Fact vs. Fiction ..

 There are countless of benefits to daily fitness and exercise for all ages both men and women - that is a proven and well documented fact. There are many different plans for success with the right plan ranging from bodybuilding, general weight training, cardiovascular health, sports based plans, rehabilitation and more. In this category, we cover all the various branches of fitness including the pros and cons.
   Upper Body Workouts ..
   Train Calves Everyday? ..
   Lay Off for Recovery ..
   Types of Muscle Fibers ..
   Triple-Threat Sets ..
   Gain More Energy ..

SPORT & DRUGS Articles
 From the hundreds of sports that exist in our world today each is unique not just in their rules but their specific fitness & nutritional requirements and challenges each contains. Reach your ultimate potential with key & life changing knowledge.
   William Apollo Bankier ..
   Weight Loss & Smoking ..
   Bodybuilder Leo Robert ..
   Strongman Antone Matysek ..
   Size & Symmetry Opinions ..
 Supplements are the essential component of a perfectly balanced daily nutritional plan that will properly satisfy your daily requirements for your specific health & fitness goal - dive into the ocean of information on all types of supplementation.
   Tryptophan - Killer Acid ..
   Postworkout Glutamine ..
   Tanning Pill Dangers ..
   Why you Need Glutamine ..
   Minerals & Bodybuilding ..
 Achieving and maintaining a properly balanced well-being and overall good health is essential in living a long and healthy life. Many factors play a role of the path we take in our lives by the many choices we are faced with every day.
   Over the Edge ..
   Training & Immune System ..
   Rekindling Motivation ..
   The Feedback Factor ..
   Creating Competence ..

Featured Article

Optimal Rest Time Between Workout Sets

There are two ways to look at the question of time between sets. From a psychological perspective, Iíd never advise a person to train in a way that he or she finds aversive. For example, I donít like doing supersets, so even if it were the most effective training strategy, wouldnít do them. No matter what the best training approach is, there simply maybe a pace thatís more acceptable and reasonable for some people.

The other perspective is physiological. If your goal is purely weightlifting, then it makes sense to take three minutes or more between sets. Even that much time may not be necessary, however. For example, three minutes is about the time I used to take between sets in order to lift maximum weights, but, when you consider the inordinate number of warmup sets I used to do, the time between real work sets was often much more than two or three minutes. For a variety of reasons Iíve reduced that time to about 70 to 90 seconds between sets for major movements such as squats and deadlifts or pullovers and pulldowns and about 60 seconds for movements such as curls and pushdowns. Iím just as strong as ever training at this pace, but I believe Iím now in better condition.

I also enjoy the quicker pace of the workouts. Iíd say you can move as quickly as you want to between sets as long as you donít compromise form or strength and donít find yourself attempting to turn your weight training into aerobic training.

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