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Improve your running posture using running drills.

Good running posture is vital to running performance for both sprinters and long distance athletes. Every coaching session, I would emphasise to my athletes the importance of adopting good running posture. I would remind them repeatedly to correct their running posture. Running posture could be…

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Step by step approach to performing standard push ups

Standard push ups can be challenging because it requires the core stabiliser muscles of the hips and shoulders to keep the body straight. By  performing push ups regularly, your upper body will see an increase in strength. You will also see improvements in core stability…

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6 positive changes in overweight women body after 12weeks of indoor cycling

A study was conducted to observe the body composition and physiological effects of 14 young sedentary overweight women after indoor cycling training. They are trained for 12 weeks, three sessions per week carried out in a fitness room without any restriction on food consumption. After…

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Shocking MRI Images of muscles between active and sedentary 70years old adult.

Is the loss of muscle mass and strength unavoidable due to aging? A study was conducted to see if high level of exercises prevents the loss of lean muscle mass and strength as experienced in sedentary aging adults. The subjects were high-level recreational masters athletes…

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Probably the best weight loss motivation video you will ever see.

http://resilience-fitness.com.sg/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Weight-loss-motivation.mp4 Weight-loss-motivation

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9 highly dangerous carcinogenic items (IARC Group 1 classification) that are common in our daily life.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) is the specialised cancer agency of the World Health Organization. Its role is to conduct and coordinate research into the causes of cancer. It also collects and publishes surveillance data regarding the occurrence of cancer worldwide. It…

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5 steps to improve your IPPT results from PASS to SILVER/GOLD in 1 month (training programme included)

 Passing IPPT is much easier now. You can do more push up and sit ups to compensate for the 2.4km run. Getting a Gold for IPPT is also easier. For age group 3, you need to perform 50 sit up, 48 push up and 10mins…

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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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