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13Aug
13Aug

Our aim of writing this guide is to touch on the important parts to look out for when buying a treadmill, and we will keep it short and sweet!

Motor

Make sure to always find out the CHP (continuous) as some may use peak HP to make the motor seems bigger than it actually is. In general, higher HP will allow the motor to run with less strain and thus able to use for a longer period of time with less heat generated.

Incline

With speed being constant, a higher incline level will burn more calories and have less impact on the joints. 

Running Area

The optimal area we advise is at least 50 x 140cm. This is so that the user do not have to worry so much about running out of track and can focus on the exercise. For example, when the user is tired, he/she will tend to sway left and right.

Brand

Nowadays, th...





24Mar
24Mar

Exercise selection can virtually make or break a workout program. If you aren't choosing the correct exercises, you are going to have a hard time reaching your goals and seeing progress. Often, beginners think that the more exercises they can do, the better. After all, hitting a muscle from every angle imaginable must mean you are training it in the best possible manner right? Wrong.

Isolated exercises are great for minor tweaking once you have already established your goals, however for those looking to make significant muscle gains or lose bodyfat, they are not ideal. The following are reasons why.


1. Number Of Muscle Fibers Stimulated:

    Isolated exercises simply won't give you the biggest bang for your buck because they just don't target that many muscle fibers. Take a bench press verses a ...





06Mar
06Mar

Fat Loss 101

0 Comments| Posted in Weight loss By Keith Chiang

Previously we discuss on the crucial difference between weight loss vs fat loss. If you have not read it up, now it is the time to do so: WEIGHT LOSS VS FAT LOSS: KNOWING THE DIFFERENCE IS CRITICAL!

Fat Loss 101: Lose The Fat And Keep It Off

In this post, we will touch on Fat Loss 101, a simple and easy guide to shake off those fat and keep it off!

You only need 3 things to lose fat: strength training, healthy nutrition & cardio. This post will give you a simple, efficient fat loss basic so you can get your body fat to dream numbers while still have a life & eat normally. 

6 Golden Rules

Rule #1: Burn More Calories Than You Eat

Simple Math: if you burn more calories than you consume, you’ll drop fat. When a calorie shortfall is created, the body responds by digging into bodyfat reserves to make ...





27Feb
27Feb

Basic Features

Strength

The main purpose of having a power rack is safety. Thus it is important to choose a rack with high weight rating. These values usually represent the static weight load, so a safe gauge will be to have the rating double of what you can lift.

Hole spacing

Narrow hole spacing is required for setting the safety bar at the correct height. For example when doing bench press, if the safety bar is too high, it will reduce the range of motion when benching, and if it is too low, it is the same as not having it. Recommended hole spacing is the most 2 inch apart, and of course smaller will be better.

Width

The rack must be wide enough to allow enough room for workout inside. However it cannot be too wide that when re-racking, you need to be precise to make sure the inner bar fit in ...





08Feb
08Feb

Difference between Weight Loss and Fat Loss

You may have heard people talk about Weight Loss and Fat loss as if they are same thing.  When you gain weight, you gain fat. But does it work the other way around? Does losing weight mean you are losing fat?

The answer is “no” – or at least, not necessarily. If you drop 1kg on the scales, that doesn’t simply mean you’ve lost fat. Perhaps you’ve lost water. Perhaps you’ve lost muscle. You might also have lost fat. Here’s the thing: we don’t know. Why? Because WEIGHT LOSS is NOT to the same as FAT LOSS.

Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss. What’s the difference? Let’s start by defining weight loss & fat loss:

  • Weight Loss. You want to lower your body-weight, the sum weight of your bones, muscles, organs, body fat, …
  • Fat Loss. You want to lower your bo...




24Jan
24Jan

"More is better"? Well forget it! It doesn't apply to building muscle.

So what happens when we break down muscle tissue in the gym?

You are absolutely correct if you answered something to the effect of "the muscles get bigger and stronger" By battling against resistance beyond the muscle's present capacity we have posed a potential threat to the musculature. The body recognizes this as potentially harmful and as a natural adaptive response the muscles will hypertrophy (increase in size) to protect the body against this threat. As we systematically increase the resistance the body will adapt accordingly and the muscle tissue will continue to swell.

How Do We Grow Muscle Then?

Muscles do not grow in the gym. Once they are stimulated, they need adequate time to rest, recover and grow stronger. Tr...





15Jan
15Jan

Want a lean, fit body? Are you tired of doing cardio every day? Is so, start lifting weights! Strength training will make you stronger and fitter. While it's commonly assumed that weight training makes women bulky, this is just a myth. Lifting weights is one of the best things you can do for your health. Not only you'll look amazing, but feel empowered and have more energy.

 

The Surprising Benefits of Weight Training

Women of all ages can benefit from strength training. This form of exercise burns fat, increases lean muscle, and makes your bones strong. It also reduces your risk of heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Whether you want to slim down or build lean muscle, strength training is the way to go.

Cardio exercises burn calories and keep your...





07Jan
07Jan

Our bodies learn to compensate for what we throw at them every day, but we can exceed our ability to recover via too many intense workouts, poor posture, and other lifestyle factors.

This is when you need assistance using recovery techniques or through seeing a professional.

We can’t all afford a personal massage therapist or have an OSIM Massage Chair lying at home to regularly ease out the kinks, soreness, and tight spots in our muscles.

STOP, before you started getting depressed, there is a good news. There is a way to massage oneself, with the benefit of being able to control exactly where and how much pressure to apply. The magic here is call "Foam Rolling".

Who?

Tight IT Bands?  Hamstrings?  What about just general soreness from daily life? Foam Rolling will "unlock your body" and help ...





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