Health and fitness tips Keep up with Calcium
Use What You Can
If you have an injury in one of your arms, make sure you keep exercising the other arm.
Studies have shown that continuing to exercise the other arm, you will build strength in
non-exercising arm through stimulation of muscle fiber.
Protect Your Neck
If you do squats, make sure you rest as much of the bar as possible on your shoulders. This
will release pressure from your neck, which would otherwise lead to injury.
Rest Your Body
Every six weeks, cut your training frequency and miles in half. This will give your body a
much-needed chance to repair itself, so you are less likely to sustain long-term damage.
Putt with Prowess
Overestimate your break; you’ll find that if you double your predicted break, you’ll come
far closer to being right
Become a Better Runner
Wanna run faster? Lift weights. Studies have shown that weightlifting for 8 weeks can
improve your running time significantly.
Trim Your Stomach
Suck in your belly as much as you can for 10 seconds while sustaining normal breathing. Do 5
reps daily, and you’ll eventually see results.