Here are Some Interesting and Useful Facts about Fitness

Here are Some Interesting and Useful Facts about Fitness

In a large number of journals that deal with training, but also medical advice and recommendations, we can find countless data that can be useful to us. So, let’s look at some interesting and useful facts in the field of fitness, which we should not forget.

1 Suggestions and facts directly related to fitness

Burning calories

a) A person weighing an average of 68 kg to consume 600 calories, it is necessary to run 8 km in 1 hour.

b) It is necessary to mow the lawn for 4 hours, in order to burn 1490 cal. (double sandwich)

c) The more muscle mass you have, the more calories you burn at rest

d) If you do not change your training regimen every 3-4 weeks, your results will stagnate. Namely, your body gets used to the monotony and burns fewer and fewer calories. That’s why your training needs to constantly evolve. Any combinatorics is desirable.

e) Important basics of every workout: do not do the same movements all the time and do not rest too long between sets (we recommend a break of 1 to 2 minutes)

f) Exercising on a Power plate will be great for removing fat deposits. Namely, 20 minutes, 3 times a week, for 6 months (combined with diet), will help you achieve over 50% better results than just dieting.

2. Tips in the field of nutrition that are applied in fitness

Fitness nutrition

Immediately after training, drink a mix of whey protein and carbohydrates.

Drink plenty of water. Muscle dehydration of only 3% can lead to a loss of strength of as much as 10%.

Lose weight easily this way: – breakfast (eat eggs instead of muffins), – snack (replace salty snacks with popcorn), – lunch (eat sweet potatoes, not classic) and dinner – do not eat sauces and creamy foods, but hot peppers).

Banana is the most effective in reducing muscle inflammation, after a hard workout

A simple suggestion for a healthy, sports drink:

Boil water and add a bag of berry tea. Leave to stand for 30 minutes. Add ½ cups of orange juice, 2 tablespoons of honey and ¼ teaspoons of sea salt to the chilled tea. Stir well and drink.

To strengthen the immune system, eat onions, which are rich in vitamin C and folic acid.