Should arms have their own training day?

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Jan04
This is one of the biggest debates that a lot of coaches and trainers have battled for in the past decade. Also, arms being the most favored body part purely for its aesthetic appeal does have a lot of biased approaches when it comes to training them. The answer to

How long should a warm-up last?

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Dec28
Warming up before a workout and cooling down afterward is an extremely important part of your workout regimen. They help ensure that you can perform to the maximum of your ability, simultaneously minimizing the chances of injuries. There’s no question that you should warm up your muscles before exercise. However,

Exercises to sculpt strong glutes

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Dec26
The glutes are one of the most powerful muscles in the body and have had quite a lot of attention in recent times when it comes to aesthetic bodybuilding. The glutes consist of 3 main muscles – the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus. Many experts say squats provide

Is non-vegetarian food good or bad for health?

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Dec24
A lot of debate has gone in deciding as to which diet stands better, vegetarian or non-vegetarian. While vegetarian diets may have their benefits non-vegetarian diet also has its own set of benefits and has been followed by performance-driven sports for long now. It is known to be rich in

Is coconut milk good for you?

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Dec21
Coconut milk is made from the grated pulp of mature coconut. It contains around 65 % water and 24 % fat mainly saturated fat. Coconut flesh is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5 and B6 and minerals including iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium