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Cardio vs Strength Training for Weight Loss

 Cardio training burns more calories. Strength training increases your basal metabolic rate. What is better for losing weight? You lose weight when your calorie expenditure is higher than your calorie intake. You regulate calorie intake through your diet. It is important to have a balanced, varied, and protein-rich diet. To lose weight healthily, a moderate calorie deficit of 300 to a maximum of 500 Kcal is sufficient.   Lose Weight with Cardio Training Cardio training can be a real calorie burner. How many calories you burn depends on your body weight and your training intensity.   The most popular endurance sports are jogging, cycling, walking, and swimming. In the fitness studio, endurance is mainly trained on the cross trainer, bicycle...

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  Fitness trackers are designed to help people lead a healthier and more active lifestyle. However, the handy devices are often criticized. We explain what speaks for or against the use of fitness trackers and when it makes sense to use them. More and more people value physical fitness. There are many ways to achieve this but what role does a fitness tracker play, how does it work? and what does it do? We show the advantages and disadvantages of fitness trackers and how they work.   How fitness trackers work So incase you aren't aware the tracker is a small device that is usually worn on the wrist like a watch. It uses several sensors to record various data such...

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Persistent Pain

ESTIMATED READING TIME: 5 MINUTES OR WATCH THIS 5 MINUTE VIDEO      Persistent pain is generally accepted to be pain which has lasted for more than 3 months. With persistent pain, the nervous system continues to send potential 'danger' messages to the brain, despite the fact that normal soft tissue healing processes have taken place and therefore the pain is no longer related directly to tissue damage. You can gather a better understanding of how pain works here, as well as finding out about how there are lots of contributing factors to pain. Persistent pain can originate with an initial injury or infection that then resolves but then leaves the nervous system sensitised, or in some circumstances there may be an...

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