It’s not just your diet which aids an athlete’s recovery, explains professional MMA fighter Damien Rooney.
A cup of joe is far more friend than foe.
Blow away all confusion this one very simple rule: If it had a face or if it grew then it’s pretty much okay.
Before we go any further, we have to agree on one fundamental truth: NOT ALL FAT IS BAD.
Diet management is essential in maintaining an overall feeling of well-being.
Yoga and stretching is for everyone and not just overly enthusiastic environmentalists. We’re not saying that you should start lighting every scented candle under the sun, but as little as ten minutes of stretching and concentrated relaxation a day has been proven to improve concentration, relaxation and decrease stress.
Have you been suffering from low energy levels, muscular weakness, or just an all-around poor mood? If any of these apply to you, it might be time you up your intake of Vitamin D.
A cold shower is a great way to kick-start your body.
Bringing about a significant change in one’s body is a long process; one that requires constant supervision, restraint and dedication.
A boxer’s diet plays a critical role in their performance and adaptability to training and maintaining healthy body function.