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Healthy eating in pregnancy

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Eating right during pregnancy: series of recommendations About nutrition in pregnancy, there is a wealth of information. Whether on the Internet, in magazines, on blogs or on TV. Tips from grandma, friends and acquaintances play an important role, sometimes even when not asked. Everyone obviously knows everything and knows the absolutly truth. Facts and scientifically sound information therefore are more desirable. The fact is that diet during pregnancy differs only slightly from the general recommendations. Normal weight for the mother, exercise and a balanced eating and drinking by both partners in accordance with the aid of nutrition pyramid create the ideal conditions for good pregnancy outcomes and a healthy start in life. However, the vitamin and mineral needs increase during pregnancy in some cases significantly. Due to the higher food intake and adjustment processes (for example, increased absorption and...

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Alternative for classic bench press!

Posted by on Mar 29, 2015 in Advice | 0 comments

Bench press, often many athletes complain that they with the classic flat bench press with barbell can not cope. Either then or pain while in the shoulder, one meets the chest does not really exist, or you simply do not scoring successes and can not increase the weight! So my tip: As a very good alternative, try the following exercise, you take a weight bench and give this cable between two towers. Now it puts you on the bench and leads to the two cable grips simply the bench press movement from the bottom up! With this exercise I could as an alternative to the classic bench press very good results in terms achieved on strength and muscle growth and thereby had no shoulder pain! Who can not imagine anything under this exercise, here’s a picture this: bench press...

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Part 2: Healthy diet for children, that is fun!

Posted by on Mar 28, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

Fruit and vegetables 2 servings of fruit and 3 servings of vegetables – salad per day. One serving of fruit or vegetables equals a handful. Two hands held to the bowl, is the measure of crushed fruit or salad. Fruits and vegetables are due to their high content of vitamins, minerals and fiber, and their low energy content is very valuable to our diet. Therefore they are very suitable for an afternoon snack. 5 servings of vegetables and fruit should be eaten on day. One of the 5 portions can also be replaced by a glass of fruit or vegetable juice. A part of the daily vegetable consumption should be eaten as a raw food diet. Our tip: Give your child and his playmates instead of candy or chocolate, for example, sliced ​​carrots, kohlrabi or peppers. These are not...

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Part 1: Healthy diet for children, that is fun!

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Nutrition & Health | 0 comments

How you can accustom children to a balanced nutrition A balanced diet, should be fun and give pleasure – forced and self-mortification are out of place. Adults – and most children – is very well informed about a healthy and balanced diet. Not all simultaneously healthy eaters! The challenge is to teach children how to eat a balanced and varied diet, without putting them under pressure or even express prohibitions. To avoid defensive reaction you can made palatable met with pleasure new and proven through small changes again. Children learn eating and consumption, especially in the family environment, because as is usual eaten at home. In addition, the offer on the family dining table characterizes the demand. The varied choice of food the better the chance that families eat and drink balanced. Model all your senses Children imitate their...

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A spotter for increased muscle growth!

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in Advice | 0 comments

Especially in the bench press, squats, or generally when playing sports, a spotter, this is a person who helps you when you are about to muscular failure, be very helpful. Without spotter it can often lead to embarrassing incidents when, for example, the bench press the weight does not buy high and one among them is like a mouse in a mousetrap! So my tip: Look out for a spotter, which can be a friend, or even a random person in the studio. However, this should only intervene if you’re about not being able to move the weight. A light exposure and lead to an end of the last repetition can also strengthen the muscle stimulus and thus provide more muscle growth! Your six pack abs for the summer! The bad news first, who has quite a lot of...

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