Vitamin D, why it should not be ignored from your nutritional plan.

Vitamin D, why it should not be ignored from your nutritional plan

Vitamin D, one of the major health deficiencies in today’s time. Vitamin D is also called the sunshine vitamin as it is absorbed from the heat of the sun or consumed via food. The benefits of Vitamin D are useful in maintaining a healthy body with strong immunity. Adequate supply

Understanding sports hernia.

Understanding sports hernia

Sports Hernia is by far one of the most common problems affecting an athlete. A sports hernia is a tear to the oblique muscles where unlike the traditional hernia it does not create a hole in the abdominal wall. Sports hernia is also a very misunderstood condition by most athletes

Stress, a danger to your muscles too!

Stress, a danger to your muscles too!

Stress has been linked to many illnesses over the years. Stress has also become one of the major reasons of concern in the past few years. The growing pressure in the working culture is one of the major reasons to increased stress. Stress has given rise to diabetes type 2,

Rest days, and why are they important.

Rest days, and why are they important

Many of us look at the gym like our sole reason to survive, find rest days the most unproductive days of our lives. People are restless and have the constant urge to lift weights which ensures that the body does not get any day off completely. Rest days are in

Importance of strong gluteus muscles.

Importance of strong gluteus muscles

One of the larger muscle group in the body, the gluteus group. Gluteus muscle group consists of gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus and gluteus medius which along with the hamstrings, biceps femoris, semitendinosus and semimembranosus work together to perform the hip extension, abduction and rotation functions. A good gluteus development is

Decline press, an important exercise in your Chest and shoulder routine

We all are predominantly more inclined towards flat bench and incline presses primarily for the various reasons our trainers have always told us. The common perception is that the incline press works on the upper part of the chest while the flat bench works on the middle and lower part