Tag: exercise

  • Salt and exercise: why salt is a essential part of your workout Blog

    Salt could have many benefits similar to pre-workouts such as better blood flow, electrolytes balance, and stronger contractions. Adding salt to your pre-workout can make your muscles feel fuller and might help you squeeze out an extra rep or two. However, the downside is that you will also retain excess water unless you up your […]

  • How To Use Coffee as a Pre-Workout Drink

    Taking too much sodium can have the opposite effect on hydration and may wreak havoc on your body. Creatine is a natural substance that helps increase and improve power output, cognitive function, strength, and recovery from training. It’s one of the most popular and well-researched sports supplements, being particularly popular among bodybuilders. One of the […]

  • How To Properly Do Straight Leg Bounds? Step-by-Step

    It was hypothesized that both LB and weighted LB would lead to a faster 505 COD speed performance. It was further hypothesized that weighted LB would induce more of a PAP effect due to the additional overload . Lastly, it was hypothesized that there would be significant relationships between vertical jump height, LB distance and […]

  • PowerFit Elite Vibration Platform with Exercise Bands & Mat

    Once in place, turn the product on and continue to hold it over the area of your body you want to massage. The Compex Fixx 2.0 Massager has a multi-grip handle reminiscent of the Theragun Prime’s. Instead of buttons, it has an adjustment dial, which we had a hard time controlling. Lastly, the fork can […]

  • 7 Benefits of Salt In Pre-Workout & How Much To Add Nutritioneering

    One of the main reasons it’s added to food is to prevent dangerous bacteria from growing. Most bad bugs can’t thrive in the presence of high amounts of salt. Harvard University teaches us that sodium is a mineral found in many foods that we eat. The largest source is sodium chloride, commonly known as table […]