Believe It Or Not!! Drinking Win Better Then Going To The Gym!!

Is Drinking Wine Better Than Going To The Gym? According To Scientists, Yes!

Whoever said no news is good news was wrong; turns out drinking red wine is better for you than going to the gym! How’s that for good news? Jason Dyck and other science researchers in the University of Alberta in Canada found that red wine, nuts and grapes have a complex called resveratrol which improves heart, muscle and bone functions; the same way they’re improved when one goes to the gym. Resveratrol proved to be an effective antioxidant when tested on rodents which is why scientists are planning on testing it with diabetics. If results are positive for the benefits of the complex, patient’s heart health could be improved just as much as it does when they work out vigorously.

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While scientists and wine lovers are rejoicing over this news, doctors are still unlikely to recommend their patients to start drinking any type of alcohol as it can have harmful effects on your body. People should keep in mind that these benefits can be enjoyed only when having one glass of wine with your evening meal, at the most. Resveratrol is specifically found in red wine as are some of the beneficialantioxidants referred to when talking about heart health. Red wine is also known to reduce ‘bad cholesterol’ and prevent blood clots.

Other benefits red wine is known for (when consumed in moderation, constantly) are: promoting longevity, cutting risk of cataracts and colon cancer, reducing risk of Type 2 Diabetes and slowing down brain decline (which beer is known for, too.) We think these are good excuses to kick back and relax with a glass of vino every single night. Bottoms up!

8 Ways to Live a Stress-Free Life

Few Awesome Steps To Live Stress Free Everybody Should Follow Its Easy And Its Simple It’ll Help You Successful In Life .

1- Call a Time Out

The stressor: Your boss is hassling you, and you’re about to explode.

Beat that stress: Call a time out. If you’re in the thick of battle, go wash your hands. Removing yourself provides the chance to think and not say the wrong thing. While you’re gone, let yourself be upset. “Anger and agitation tend to be short-lived when you let them play out internally,” says Melissa Blacker, a director of professional training at the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts medical school. When you’re calm, go to your boss and say, “What can I do to help work this out?” He’s probably braced for a fight, so he’s bound to welcome the collaborative tone. At the very least, you’ve expressed yourself. Letting your anger fester increases the chance you’ll overreact.

Businessman showing time out sign with hands
Businessman showing time out sign with hands

 

2- Give Yourself Time to Grieve

The stressor: Your dad died and you don’t know what to do.

Beat that stress: For 2 days every week, schedule 10 minutes to grieve. Unless you plan, it’s too easy to dodge the sadness—especially in the first couple of months after the funeral. And taking control of the process prevents unresolved issues from lingering. Shoot for early evening, when anything kicked up won’t affect your sleep. Take a 5-minute walk to unwind, then pull out photos to bring the departed front and center. Now ask two questions: What have you lost? What’s the effect? You see what’s missing from your life, so you can shift to problem solving, says Michael McKee, Ph.D., a psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Now hit the gym. It’ll end the grieving session, and the endorphins will lift your mood. Overall, doing the two activities will model what you’re striving for—the knowledge that sad and happy can coexist.

Thoughtful man in the living room
Thoughtful man in the living room

 

3- Make a Grateful List

The stressor: Your to-do list at work reads like a phone book, except it’s less interesting.

Beat that stress: Add 10 more entries. Here’s how actor Craig Bierko, most recently of Boston Legal fame, keeps his lid from flipping. “First, I keep in mind that on-the-job stress is an indication that I’m doing well. I could certainly experience far less stress lying around all day watching Ellen reruns. Then I practice something called ‘the grateful flow.’ It’s far cheaper than Prozac. I list ten things for which I’m grateful. Remind yourself of the friend who’s always been there, the fact that you can afford your next meal. And include your job. Sure, it’s the reason you’re making the list in the first place. But where would you be without it?”

Thank You!
Thank You!

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Routine for Muscular and Cardiovascular Fitness

Cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance are two of the basic components of physical fitness, which also include flexibility, muscular strength and body composition. Improving your cardiovascular and muscular endurance provides numerous health benefits, including better heart health, protection from injury, weight control and more. Practicing endurance activities can also help you get in shape to play your favorite sport.

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How to Get a Six Pack

THIS IS THE ULTIMATE STEP TO HOW TO GET A SIX PACK ” SIMPLE STEPS “

A six-pack is top of the list when it comes to desirable body parts for men, yet the abs muscles often cause confusion when it comes to training. Here, we outline the science behind the six-pack and the best exercises for building yours.

Are you doing too much?

The first mistake a lot of men make is thinking that more is always better. They crank out hundreds of crunches a day and wonder why those squares of muscle aren’t developing properly. The reason is that, like any other muscle, the way to build your abdominals is to keep the reps per set fairly low – in the region of 10-12 – and increase the resistance when you find it too easy, not the number of reps. That means adding weight when doing crunches or using a cable machine.

Are you forgetting something?

The other mistake that men often make when hunting for abs is to forget about the layer of fat that covers them. Men tend to store fat around the gut, so you really need to work hard at lowering your overall body fat percentage if you want to see your abs. This means watching your diet and doing plenty of big muscle moves, such as squats and deadlifts, that torch calories.

 

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Exercise Can Changes Our DNA!

How Exercise Changes Our DNA

We all know that exercise can make us fitter and reduce our risk for illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease. But just how, from start to finish, a run or a bike ride might translate into a healthier life has remained baffling.

Now new research reports that the answer may lie, in part, in our DNA. Exercise, a new study finds, changes the shape and functioning of our genes, an important stop on the way to improved health and fitness.

The human genome is astonishingly complex and dynamic, with genes constantly turning on or off, depending on what biochemical signals they receive from the body. When genes are turned on, they express proteins that prompt physiological responses elsewhere in the body.

Scientists know that certain genes become active or quieter as a result of exercise. But they hadn’t understood how those genes know how to respond to exercise.

Enter epigenetics, a process by which the operation of genes is changed, but not the DNA itself. Epigenetic changes occur on the outside of the gene, mainly through a process called methylation. In methylation, clusters of atoms, called methyl groups, attach to the outside of a gene like microscopic mollusks and make the gene more or less able to receive and respond to biochemical signals from the body.

Scientists know that methylation patterns change in response to lifestyle. Eating certain diets or being exposed to pollutants, for instance, can change methylation patterns on some of the genes in our DNA and affect what proteins those genes express. Depending on which genes are involved, it may also affect our health and risk for disease.

Far less has been known about exercise and methylation. A few small studies have found that a single bout of exercise leads to immediate changes in the methylation patterns of certain genes in muscle cells. But whether longer-term, regular physical training affects methylation, or how it does, has been unclear.

So for a study published this month in Epigenetics, scientists at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm recruited 23 young and healthy men and women, brought them to the lab for a series of physical performance and medical tests, including a muscle biopsy, and then asked them to exercise half of their lower bodies for three months.

One of the obstacles in the past to precisely studying epigenetic changes has been that so many aspects of our lives affect our methylation patterns, making it difficult to isolate the effects of exercise from those of diet or other behaviors.

The Karolinska scientists overturned that obstacle by the simple expedient of having their volunteers bicycle using only one leg, leaving the other unexercised. In effect, each person became his or her own control group. Both legs would undergo methylation patterns influenced by his or her entire life; but only the pedaling leg would show changes related to exercise.

The volunteers pedaled one-legged at a moderate pace for 45 minutes, four times per week for three months. Then the scientists repeated the muscle biopsies and other tests with each volunteer.

Not surprisingly, the volunteers’ exercised leg was more powerful now than the other, showing that the exercise had resulted in physical improvements.

But the changes within the muscle cells’ DNA were more intriguing. Using sophisticated genomic analysis, the researchers determined that more than 5,000 sites on the genome of muscle cells from the exercised leg now featured new methylation patterns. Some showed more methyl groups; some fewer. But the changes were significant and not found in the unexercised leg.

Interestingly, many of the methylation changes were on portions of the genome known as enhancers that can amplify the expression of proteins by genes. And gene expression was noticeably increased or changed in thousands of the muscle-cell genes that the researchers studied.

Most of the genes in question are known to play a role in energy metabolism, insulin response and inflammation within muscles. In other words, they affect how healthy and fit our muscles — and bodies — become.

They were not changed in the unexercised leg.

The upshot is that scientists now better understand one more step in the complicated, multifaceted processes that make exercise so good for us.

Many mysteries still remain, though, said Malene Lindholm, a graduate student at the Karolinska Institute, who led the study. It’s unknown, for example, whether the genetic changes she and her colleagues observed would linger if someone quits exercising and how different amounts or different types of exercise might affect methylation patterns and gene expression. She and her colleagues hope to examine those questions in future studies.

But the message of this study is unambiguous. “Through endurance training — a lifestyle change that is easily available for most people and doesn’t cost much money,” Ms. Lindholm said, “we can induce changes that affect how we use our genes and, through that, get healthier and more functional muscles that ultimately improve our quality of life.”

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6-Packs Are Built In The Kitchen.

You train hard every day with your program, going heavy on the weights and sweating up a storm with cardio. Newsflash: While that’’s critical to your ultimate success, that’’s just not enough for you to lose the fat you want to.

What You Expect:

YOUR GET-LEAN PRINCIPLES

Eat at least 1 gram of protein per pound of bodyweight, daily. If your protein intake is too low on a restricted-calorie diet, you’ll lose a lot of muscle in addition to any fat you’’re lucky enough to shed. A high protein intake will help you preserve lean mass during your dieting phase. Choose lean high-quality proteins like egg whites, poultry, lean red meat and protein supplements. The diet provided here contains about 220-–250 grams of protein daily, fine for a male weighing 200-250 pounds. Up your protein only if you’’re heavier than 250 pounds, or you’re very hungry and need to add food during the day. Juge suggests an additional protein shake for an easy quick fix. (If you’’re under 180 pounds, cut out 3 ounces of meat or chicken per day from the diet.)
Keep your carbohydrates low to moderate when trying to lose weight. ““On a low day you’’ll have closer to 100 grams of carbs,”” he says. ““A moderate day is about 150 grams of carbs.” Juge prefers to rotate low and moderate days in order to keep energy high and provide a change of pace. Good, clean, fiber-rich carbs include oats, potatoes, rice and whole-grain bread.
Drink at least a gallon of water per day. It’’ll keep you hydrated and healthy. Water should be your primary beverage during dieting. Though many rely on diet sodas, Crystal Light and other low-calorie sweetened drinks, plain old water is really your best bet.

HOW TO STAY ON TRACK

Habits and cravings are the devil when it comes to dieting. Let’s deal with habits first. Juge explains that it takes a good week or two to ease into dieting. ““Fast food is so easy and there’’s a McDonald’’s on every corner. The hardest thing is to develop the new habit of preparing your meals and taking them with you.”” The first week is the most difficult, so prepare yourself for some challenges as you abandon your usual routine. For example, you might usually go out for a sub sandwich or burger at lunch. You”’ll now have to bring your food with you and resist the temptation of spicing up your meal with the Doritos in the vending machine or your usual can of Coke. It can be a real mental battle to stick to your food plan.

To stay motivated and deal with cravings, Juge has a couple of great recommendations. First, schedule a cheat meal on every seventh day. “Many of my clients have their cheat meal on Sunday, so then they’’re ready for Monday and the week to come,”” he says. If you feel deprived during the week, concentrate on the cheat meal to come, knowing you can eat absolutely anything you want to — pizza, lasagna, doughnuts, beer, chips, you name it! Remember, though, it’s just one cheat meal, not an entire day of cheating. Afterward, get right back on the wagon with your next scheduled meal.

Second, take a few photos of yourself to keep your motivation up. “Most of the people who come to me are doing it for a reason,”” he explains. “They’’re going on vacation, competing in a bodybuilding show, or maybe going to a reunion. I always have them strive for that goal. I take front, side and back pictures of them at the beginning and have them post the photos on their mirror at home. I tell them, just keep looking at that picture and think of what you’’re going to look like in a few weeks.”

When it comes to cravings, protein drinks and bars may also help cure your need for sugar, says Juge. He recommends mixing a flavored protein powder in a blender with as much ice as possible, so it’’ll taste more like a milkshake. Day Five’’s protein shake includes a cup of berries, which will also help with sugar cravings. Once or twice per week, Juge adds, you can have a low-sugar high-protein bar. The newest varieties taste more like candy bars, with state-of-the-art sweetening techniques.

Your habits and cravings may both rear their heads at restaurants, where it’’s easy to blow your diet in seconds. To stick to the plan, says Juge, be diligent in ordering. ““Ask them to grill your meat without oil or grease. Ask for steamed vegetables with no butter. Get a salad (no cheese) with either fat-free dressing or a vinaigrette.” After his 14 years in bodybuilding, Juge testifies that he’’s found many restaurants are accommodating, so there’’s no reason to avoid them as long as they’’ll cook to your preferences.

3 FAVORITE DIET FOODS

Here are Juge’’s picks for the top three foods to turn to when you’re trying to shed fat.

1- Egg Whites – ““There’’s no fat or cholesterol and they’re pure protein. They’’re very easy to prepare — they take just a couple of minutes to make.”

2- Oatmeal – It’’s low in sugar, high in fiber and provides sustained energy. Choose the old-fashioned variety if you have a few minutes to spare, and the one-minute oats if you’’re in a rush. In a pinch, you can even rip open a packet of instant oatmeal (plain flavor only) — just add hot water and stir.

3- Green Veggies – They’’re healthy and deliver many benefits, like fiber for improved digestion. They contain many valuable vitamins, phytochemicals and antioxidants for better health. Plus, they’’re bulky and fill you up for just a few grams of carbs per cup of veggies. (Quick tip: To quickly steam veggies, put an inch or two of water in a bowl, add veggies, cover bowl andmicrowave for 2-–3 minutes.)

 

20015 World Record 463KG Deadlifter

Eddie Hall New Deadlift World Record 463KG

The World’s Strongest Man athlete Eddie Hall has set a new world record.

He managed to successfully lift 463kg (1,020lb or over 73 stone) in a dead lift.

The feat means that Hall, known to fans as ‘The Beast’, has beaten his own world record. In March of this year, he lifted 462kg whilst he was cheered on by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Cristiano Ronaldo Promoting Fitness Equipment In Tokyo

Cristiano Ronaldo has been promoting fitness equipment in Tokyo

 

Real Madrid Striker Cristiano Ronaldo is a Mega star of this Football World. Every single enormous brand need to relate his name to advance their Brands Generosity.

SR4.Cristiano Ronaldo has been promoting fitness equipment in Tokyo 1

Portuguese international never misses any opportunity to advancement his Worldwide image. Cristiano is at it again this week,this time promoting an electric muscle simulator called Sixpad Body Revolution.
The Sixpad is planned to operate certain sections of the body, mainly the six pack area, as it uses localized pads to rouse the muscles.
Ronaldo was in Tokyo for the presentation of the fitness product along with an automated silicone clone of himself made by a 3D printer. He give the impression pretty confused by his double, maybe because it looked nothing like the 30-year-old former Manchester United player.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been promoting fitness equipment in Tokyo
However it’s not the first time the record-breaking attacker has got involved with the promotion of different products in Asia. Just a year ago Ronaldo was subjected to a mouth consolidation gadget’s demonstration while promoting another fitness product.

The Ronaldo clone put on the product as two helpers show off the advantages of the product to the spectators.