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Intensity techniques – effective tool for intense muscle charm!

Posted by on Aug 23, 2015 in Muscle Building & Training | 0 comments

The 9 best intensity techniques Overview Intensity techniques are an effective tool in bodybuilding & strength training in order to gain a more intense muscle stimulus, which results in better muscle growth. In this article you can find an overview of the 9 best known and most intensity techniques! What intensity techniques you’ll find in this article? Drop sets Super sentences Forced reps 21er sets Mammoth sets Negatives Maximum concentration Partials Rest-pause sets What exactly are intensity techniques? Intensity techniques are in the first place is a good choice against stagnation. Those who follow a training plan for a long time, where initially good results could be achieved in the long run will notice that the body eventually only progress are used to it and very difficult. Either one changes its training plan and changes the exercises, or trying...

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Vitamin K: occurrence, function and more

Posted by on Aug 22, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Occurrence Vitamin K (phylloquinone) occurs practically in all foods, especially vegetables and salad. By far most of this fat-soluble vitamin found in coal, especially in kale and brussels sprouts as well as green vegetables (eg purslane, watercress, lettuce) and various legumes. In addition, Vitamin K is also made by intestinal bacteria. However, it is still unclear to what extent the produced in the colon Vitamin K contributes to the fulfillment of demand. Function Vitamin K is essential for blood clotting. Moreover, it is involved in the formation of various proteins and contributes to the stabilization at the bone. Recommended supply According to today’s state of science a binding supply recommendation for daily vitamin K intake is not possible. The Europe Nutrition Society assess the requirements on daily 60 micrograms (women) or 70 micrograms (men). Symptoms of deficiency Typical deficiency...

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EMS – Training under current

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in Muscle Building & Training | 0 comments

EMS = Electrical Muscle Stimulation If you do not want to lift weights in the gym, but still want to gently build muscle, for which there is the possibility of the EMS Gyms to visit. Experts say there from the electronic muscle stimulation, are at the contracted muscles by small current pulses and encouraged to grow. What is EMS training? When EMS training to slip into a suit, are incorporated in the electrodes. Then the suit with a station is connected and everything is like, pulse frequency, contraction and pause duration, and pulse strength are set. If all settings are made by the competent trainers staff are ready to go already. The muscles are stimulated by electrodes with small electrical stimulation pulses and made to contract. Do not worry, the current pulses do not hurt and the body gets...

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Vitamin E: occurrence, function and more

Posted by on Aug 19, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Occurrence Vitamin E (tocopherol) can be formed only from plants and is therefore mainly found in plant foods. Especially oil plants and nuts are good sources of vitamin E. Accordingly, rich in natural vitamin E are vegetable oils such as wheat germ oil, olive oil, sunflower oil or rapeseed oil. The vitamin E-rich fruits are avocados, blueberries, black currants. When vegetables especially salsify, asparagus, cabbage and kale are worth mentioning. Function Like the plants, man has used the fat-soluble vitamin as an antioxidant and free radical scavenger. It protects especially the unstable polyunsaturated fatty acids. In addition to the monounsaturated fatty acids play a vital role in cholesterol metabolism and are also important for the construction of cell membranes. Even the immune system is Vitamin E is important. Recommended supply Since Vitamin E occurs in the form of various...

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High Intensity Training (HIT) – present you ingenious training system!

Posted by on Aug 17, 2015 in Muscle Building & Training | 0 comments

In this article I want you just the so-called High Intensity Training System, introduce “HIT”. A particularly ingenious training system as it is suitable for both beginners and advanced athletes. I myself turn this training system often Phased and have had very good experiences. Introduction In the fitness industry is discussed about the perfect training method has always been. Until now, however, only come to the realization that such does not exist. Each person brings different conditions, experiences and needs for training – particularly in building muscle The classic three-set method has evolved over time to the most common practice in this area. In this case, an exercise in three sets, each with about ten repetitions is divided. However, this procedure is now not the only way to effectively build muscle. The so-called High Intensity Training also recognized more...

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