Kebab

I’m a fitness expert – I used to guzzle blue WKD and kebabs, then I became a bikini model… – The Scottish Sun

A HR worker has told how she ditched her diet of blue WKD and kebabs to get her dream bikini body. Carly Taylor, 34, admits her habits were too inconsistent to maintain a healthy lifestyle and that she realised she had to make changes. She tried various diets but found them to be short-term fixes that ended up taking her even further away from her health goals. The final straw came at a Christmas party when a rude man commented “you can tell you enjoy your food” which devastated her. Carly explains: “I was utterly devastated. I wasn’t by any means overweight, however the comment coupled with my insecurity and lack of body confidence was extremely hurtful.  “It was the catalyst for me to make and sustain a change.  “I had no idea what to do or where to start so I found a personal trainer and started to go to them once a week, then I added in circuit training a few times a week and quickly I began to see changes.  “When I established the routine of exercise, I quickly went from feeling like I had to go to looking forward to exercising and trying to improve my physical performance…

Your Brain Needs Proper Diet and Exercise Too – Neuroscience News

Neuroscience research articles are provided.What is neuroscience? Neuroscience is the scientific study of nervous systems. Neuroscience can involve research from many branches of science including those involving neurology, brain science, neurobiology, psychology, computer science, artificial intelligence, statistics, prosthetics, neuroimaging, engineering, medicine, physics, mathematics, pharmacology, electrophysiology, biology, robotics and technology.– These articles focus mainly on neurology research. – What is neurology? – Definition of neurology: a science involved in the study of the nervous systems, especially of the diseases and disorders affecting them. – Neurology research can include information involving brain research, neurological disorders, medicine, brain cancer, peripheral nervous systems, central nervous systems, nerve damage, brain tumors, seizures, neurosurgery, electrophysiology, BMI, brain injuries, paralysis and spinal cord treatments.What is Psychology? Definition of Psychology: Psychology is the study of behavior in an individual, or group. Our psychology articles cover research in mental health, psychiatry, depression, psychology, schizophrenia, autism spectrum, happiness, stress and more.Artificial Intelligence articles involve programming, neural engineering, artificial neural networks, artificial life, a-life, floyds, boids, emergence, machine learning, neuralbots, neuralrobotics, computational neuroscience and more involving A.I. research.Robotics articles will cover robotics research press releases. Robotics news from universities, labs, researchers, engineers, students, high schools, conventions, competitions and more are posted…

An easy way to help prevent damaged joints

How to live longer: An easy way to help prevent damaged joints, and it’s not exercise – Express

And with more desk-based workers operating from home now, it can be easy to sit in positions that might not be the best for our bodies. An expert has advised that good posture could in fact increase your lifespan. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Julie Jennings – an occupational therapist for furniture company HSL – said: “It’s not just your diet that can impact your longevity, poor posture can also have a huge part to play in your life span. “As a nation, weight issues are becoming more common and as we get older, we tend to put on more weight through natural body and lifestyle changes; coupled with reduced activity this can result in long term health complications.” She explained: “Weight gain changes how our skeleton and muscles support themselves, which in turn affects our centre of gravity. “Poor posture will put extra strain and demand on your joints and muscles, leading to fatigue; coupled with poor circulation, where the body does not get enough oxygen, muscles and joints are more easily damaged and less likely to repair.” According to the NHS, common posture pitfalls include slouching in your chair, standing with a flat back and a hunched back – or “text…

Core And Arms

'I Did Plank Variations Every Day For A Month—And My Core And Arms Are Stronger Than Ever' – Women's Health

Women’s Health may earn commission from the links on this page, but we only feature products we believe in. Why trust us? “A plank minute is way longer than a microwave minute.” I don’t love planks. There I said it. Isometric exercises (or holding one position) are not my thing. I prefer other types of core exercises (hi dead bugs, bicycle crunches, inchworms, or V-ups!) over a plank hold any day. The thing is, I do like to move. And maybe I wasn’t giving the good ol’ stationary plank enough credit up until this point. Planks are generally regarded as one of the best core (and total-body) exercises you can do, so I was excited and nervous to embark on a 30-day plank challenge. “The plank is one of the best exercises you can do for your core because it activates your entire core, including your pelvic floor muscles, your obliques, rectus abdominis, transverse abdominis, and your spine,” says Amanda Edell, NASM- and ACSM-certified online personal trainer and holistic health coach. I accepted the plank challenge—one plank workout every single day for a month—to see how it would make me feel and perform. It was a fun fitness goal to…

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