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Monthly archive for October2015

8 important marathon racing and training pointers for a successful race.

1)      Train specific to the event condition. Analyse the event. Study the terrain, weather, elevation of the event. Will the race going to be held at humid sea level, hilly, or cold at high altitude? For a road race, 70% of your training should be on…

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Q&A on increase risk of cancer and consumption of red meat and processed meat (WHO)

Extracted from WHO website: http://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/ October 2015 1. What do you consider as red meat? Red meat refers to all mammalian muscle meat, including, beef, veal, pork, lamb, mutton, horse, and goat. 2. What do you consider as processed meat? Processed meat refers to meat…

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5 essential squat exercises for better running

The squat is an important part of every runners’ training. It builds functional strength that leads to better running, by teaching runners how to load and engage their posterior chain, how to stabilise their hips, knees, and ankles, how to move with good posture and…

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This elder will make you feel shameful about your fitness level.

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10 foods that may prevent or reverse heart disease.

  1.GREEN AND OTHER COLOURED VEGETABLES. Taking a good variety of vegetables can keep our arteries healthy and clean. Spinach, for example, is one of the most nutrient dense foods on earth. Red-purple vegetables such as radicchio, red beets, and eggplant contain powerful natural antioxidant…

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10 Strangest Medical Conditions

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Impactful anti smoking advertisements (Disturbing scenes)

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What happens during an heart attack. This could save someone’s life.

Every seconds counts. Know the symptoms of heart attack. it could save yours or someone’s life The_anatomy_of_a_heart_attack Please follow and like us:

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Exercise guide for heart patients

Cardiovascular disease is a major problem in many industrialized nations. Today, the epidemic of elevated blood sugar levels, low fitness, and obesity has become the cause of heart diseases. Cardiovascular disease causes heart attacks, strokes, sudden cardiac death, sexual dysfunction, and poor circulation and is…

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