The Best 10 Back Workouts At Home

The coronavirus  pandemic had us workout at home much more than we used to, which I think is a good thing. In this post, I’ll be providing you with the 10 best back workouts at home. You do not have to complete them all in a single session. You can pick 4 or 5 exercises…

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FOMO: The Fear Of Missing Out

FOMO: The Fear Of Missing Out Let’s talk about FOMO. How many of us have ended up being completely exhausted and burnt out because of this? Doing things we don’t necessarily feel like doing but doing them anyway because we fear that we would be missing out on something if we didn’t? I thought I’d…

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Why You Should Be Lifting Heavy

There is a misconception about lifting heavy that makes people scared and put them off the beautiful journey that is weightlifting. Lifting heavy is not for bodybuilders only. It is for everyone. There isn’t a definition of what heavy is. Weight is relative to who we are and our personal circumstances but the benefits we…

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Feeling Stuck in Life. What a Common Feeling.

There are times where we feel like everything is going well, according to plan and others where we feel stuck. Nothing is moving and more often than not, it’s also a time where we feel lost. We don’t know if what we are doing is right which really, very deeply, it’s more like us wondering…

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ASN promotes diversity of research methods to advance nutrition science

Rockville, MD—July 8, 2022 – The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) highlights the value that all methodologies used in nutrition research contribute to the discipline, and that all methodologies, when used and interpreted appropriately, contribute to the evidence base. This is imperative to make informed decisions such as in policy development and implementation. The white paper,…

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Grant to help researchers uncover signs of heart damage

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., July 6, 2022 – A 5-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will enable researchers from Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist’s NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center and Duke Cancer Institute to collaborate in a first-of-its-kind…

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15 Habits That Are Killing Your Motivation

Dreams and goals keep us going. They keep us focused on life. Not being motivated to move forward in time might make your life feel dull. You won’t enjoy the things you’re used to and you will start losing hope and purpose. But if you keep your inner mind fuelled with motivation, life could become…

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Easy Fitness Routines For Beginners

Are you one of those people who always wanted to get fit but never knew how to start? Or maybe you’ve tried a fitness routine before, but it was too hard or too time consuming and you eventually gave up. Well, I have good news for you – there is an easy fitness routine for…

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Do You Struggle With Motivation?

This is a transcribed version of the podcast episode I guess I chose this topic because I am very often asked on my fitness Instagram account how I keep motivated to work out. And what’s interesting in this is that you might think that if you’re not into fitness, this isn’t for you or won’t…

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5 Ways to Make Your Run More Fun

Having a love for running does not mean it cannot get boring at times. Running at the same time with the same trainers on the same route can get monotonous and dull, and make you lose excitement over time. I thought I’d share with you 5 quick tips to make your run more fun. 1….

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