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Benefits of Vitamin D

Vitamin D receives a lot of research attention because deficiency is prevalent worldwide, and low levels can have wide-ranging effects. People of all ages and with many different conditions can be at risk for deficiency. Let’s learn more about how vitamin D benefits us Do You Get Vitamin D From Being in the Sun?  Our bodies make vitamin D, which is actually more like a hormone than a vitamin when our skin is exposed to sunlight.  This is why people who spend...

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Micro VS Macro Nutrients

Micro vs  Macro Nutrients     Macronutrients are big picture nutrition categories, such as carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Micronutrients are smaller nutritional categories, such as individual vitamins and minerals like calcium, zinc, and vitamin B-6. You may have heard the phrase “counting macros” at some point. The beginning of each word gives you a little clue into what they may mean. “Macro” comes from the Greek word makros, which means large. Nutritionally speaking, macros are usually measured in grams, such as grams of fat...

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Harsh Chhikara

Train -2013-Present DOB - 15.01.1995 Goal for 2021 - Arnold Classic Champion Sponsor : Supps247 Health Supplements and Nutrition Why you like bodybuilding? I love bodybuilding because it gives me a sense of accomplishment and keeps my mind positive. What is your fav workout ? Chest and triceps How you stick to diet ? I meal prep everything What secret for bulking ? High Carb intake with heavy weight training What would recommend to your client ? The thing I...

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Why we need Bcaa During workout ?

Bcaa durring workout Reduce fatigue during exercise: Higher levels of BCAAs help limit the entry of tryptophan into your brain. Your body uses tryptophan to make serotonin, which may contribute to exercise fatigue. Bcaa durring workout Reduce muscle damage and soreness: BCAAs may relieve soreness caused by the strain and inflammation of exercise. Bcaa durring workout Promote muscle building after exercise: BCAAs stimulate the synthesis of protein in your muscles and suppress the breakdown of muscle protein. Bcaa durring workoutProvide a...

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Dilip Selvam

Name- Dilip Sharon Sebastian SelvamDate of Birth- 7th March 1981Profession- Personal Trainer and online fitness coachWork place - Works at Snap Fitness South Yarr I love to combine functional training with my daily workouts and always a cardio session over the weekends. I burn approx 500-750 calories in a single workout easily. m a sportsman and I see gym as ‘the church’ for any sportsman or for a fitness addict. I love the Gym and I would like to run my...

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Gagan Bajwa

Mobile : 0432712919 Email : [email protected] Gagan is a Passionate and Motivated Fitness Professional who is dedicated to helping his clients achieve Results .While he specialises in MMA Conditioning. Gagan is also the perfect fit for anyone looking to improve their fitness as he can tailor a program to any Fitness Level. QUALIFICATIONS CERTIFICATE III FITNESS INTRUCTORCERTIFICATE IV IN FITNESS DIPLOMA OF FITNESSLEVEL 1 & 2 MMA TRAINERTRX SUSPENTION TRAININGFITNESS CERTIFICATE OF NUTRITIONSTRENGTH AND CONDITIONING LEVEL 1 & 2 SPECIALITIES FUNCTIONAL TRAININGREDUCING BODY FAT...

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Meat for Muscle

Creatine Naturally found in meat, creatine is a nitrogen-containing compound that provides muscles with energy and helps improve protein synthesis, thus encouraging muscle gain. 90% of creatine is found in the muscles with the remaining 10% in the heart and brain. Essentially, meat is well-balanced and excellent natural source of various elements crucial for muscle growth. Vitamins & Minerals Meat is naturally rich in multiple vitamins and minerals, all of which essential for muscle gain. Meat is naturally rich in multiple vitamins and minerals,...

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Collagen

Collagen Pro by Cyborg Sports Collagen is the main structural protein in the extracellular matrix in the various connective tissues in the body. As the main component of connective tissue, it is the most abundant protein in mammals, making up from 25% to 35% of the whole-body protein content. This consists of amino acids bound together to form a triple helix of elongated fibril known as a collagen helix. It is mostly found in fibrous tissues such as tendons, ligaments,...

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Are BCAA good for building muscle?

The branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are a group of three essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine. They are essential, meaning they can't be produced by your body and must be obtained from food. BCAA supplements have been shown to build muscle, decrease muscle fatigue and alleviate muscle soreness

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