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HiiT Me!

by BodyWar on December 12, 2019 , no comment.

Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training High-intensity interval training (HiiT) describes any workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of less-intense activity. There are many benefits that HiiT provides.  Research shows that you can achieve more progress doing 15 minutes of HiiT 3 Times Per Week than jogging on a treadmill at low intensity for an hour.  Not only does HiiT help you burn more calories during exercise, it also kicks-up your metabolism, which enables your

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Holiday Survival Guide

by BodyWar on December 12, 2019 , no comment.

The Holidays are almost everyone’s favorite time of the year, it is definitely mine! It’s a time of holiday cheer with family, friends and shopping. Unfortunately, our waistlines (and wallets haha) may not feel the same. With all this partying and quality time with loved ones there also comes anxiety, stress and fear of excessive weight gain. We all want to be able to enjoy our Holiday’s without having to worry about meal prepping, counting calories missing a workout, and

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The Thermic Effect of Food

by BodyWar on December 12, 2019 , no comment.

No, this isn’t some sort of pseudoscience, but rather a real effect from consuming food. Literally, your body burns energy (ie, calories) in order to process food/calories. The “thermic effect of food” describes the energy expended by our bodies when we consume and process food. Imagine that! You can actually burn calories by eating. Now wait(!)… Hold on(!)… Before you try replacing the treadmill with ice-cream, you must understand that eating cannot or should not replace exercise, and also that

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The Importance of Stretching

by BodyWar on December 12, 2019 , no comment.

How many of you forget to stretch after a workout? Guilty! Let’s start by making it part of our daily workout routine… Ok?? Here’s why stretching is important: Helps improve flexibility (increases your range of motion) Assists in correct posture by lengthening tight muscles that pull areas of the body away from their intended position (because of so much time at our computers, many of us have tight chest muscles which pulls the shoulders and head forward, leaving us with

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