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Female Diet: 3 Essential Products


Asparagus
Asparagus is a must in the cover girls food plan! It’s a natural diuretic, allowing you to eliminate those extra pounds. Fitness competitors and models will actually go out of their way to eat it about a good week before their competition or photo shoots, because it helps them get really lean and cut, by helping them drop that unwanted water weight. Always aim to keep asparagus in your fridge washed and ready to steam! One package of fresh organic asparagus, rinsed with the hard bottom stems snapped or cut off. Steam over steamer until tender yet still crisp, or sauté in a pan until slightly cooked.
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Broccoli
Broccoli has many health benefits such as it being high in calcium and fiber. Plus its fridge life is long. You can buy a big head of it, and it keeps for a while. It is a staple in the female models food plan because it can be steamed, added to stir fries, omelets, or eaten raw with a side of fat free dip. One large head of broccoli, or a package of broccoli florets Steam over steamer until tender yet still crisp, or sauté in a pan until slightly cooked.
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Spinach
Spinach is an excellent source of fiber, iron and powerful antioxidants which fight ovarian cancer. It’s delicious in omelet’s, in soups, stews, in a green salad. You can also steam it or sauté it for a quick healthy side dish that will complete either your lunch or dinner. Choose a bag of organic triple washed spinach. Steam over steamer or sauté in a touch of olive oil until slightly wilted
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Creative Garnishes for Asparagus, Broccoli, and Spinach Side Dishes

Feel free to top with any of the following garnishes to make your side dishes a bit more satisfying without blowing your calories:
 - Drizzle with olive oil
 - Slivered Almonds
 - Garnish with a squeeze of fresh lemon
 - Dust lightly with parmesan cheese
 - Lightly top with low fat feta cheese
 - Raw unsalted walnuts
 - Add a few crumbled whole grain crackers on top
 - Pecans
 - Drizzle with Low fat hollandaise sauce

Honey: One Of Nature's Best Workout Fuels


Honey is a great pre-workout food. Its unrefined sugars are easily absorbed into the body, while its simple carbohydrates provide an excellent source of energy without any of the artificial preservatives, colorings or sweeteners found in commercial energy drinks and gels. Produced all over the world, the taste, coloring and consistency of honey can vary greatly depending on the plants and flowers supplying the pollen and the environment in which they live.

Many varieties of honey contain friendly bacteria such as lactobactlli and bifidobacteria, which help to combat different illnesses and disorders. Honey also contains iron, an essential protein component for metabolism, which the body needs to produce red blood cells.

Honey

It's a good source of vitamin B6, which plays a major role in producing haemoglobin and cells in our immune system. It's packed with manganese, which ensures healthy bone structures by helping to build essential enzymes and aiding with the absorption of calcium.

Honey is great in post-workout protein shakes for growing insulin ranges. Honey also offers further anti-oxidant results to the physique, generating it doubly beneficial for bodybuilders in that all-important recovery window subsequent a workout.

Tips to Clean Your Digestive System

Clean Digestive System

Grow some good bacteria
Prebiotics stimulate good bacteria in the colon and prevent bad bacteria from taking a hold. A study in the Journal Of Clinical Gastroenterology found that foods rich in prebiotics such as chicory and artichokes lead to the increased growth of gut good guys lactobacilli and bifidobacteria.

Drink more water
We'll keep saying it until you get it: drinking more water is one of the quickest ways to improve health. Maintaining adequate hydration is crucial for digestive health and helps regulate bowel movements.

Cut back on booze
Drinking more than two units of alcohol a day will expand your waistline and wreak havoc on your digestive system. Research has found that excessive alcohol impairs muscle movement in the small and large intestines. Bloating, stomach aches and diarrhea are your body's way of telling you to lay off the liquor.

Hit the gym
Increased blood flow results in increased oxygen circulation in the whole body - and this improves cell efficiency in the digestive system.

Eat more fiber
Fiber helps to maintain regular bowel movements by adding bulk to stools and drawing water into the digestive tract. It also stimulates the nerves in the intestine, causing contractions of the colon that help to move waste through quickly.

Enliven your liver
Your liver keeps your body healthy by breaking down toxic substances such as caffeine, alcohol, pesticides and additives. If your liver isn't functioning properly, your ability to process and excrete these toxins is reduced. Keep it working smoothly with a diet full of whole foods, fruit and cruciferous vegetables.

Boost your gallbladder
Bitter foods stimulate your gallbladder to increase bile, which is critical to burning down fats and breaking down toxins. It is recommended to add bitter greens such as endive, kale, mustard greens and watercress to your salads.

Female Fitness: How To Design Your Workouts


Essential Elements
Make sure you include the following elements in your weekly program: three to five cardiovascular workouts; two to three strength workouts and one to three stretch and balance sessions.These sessions should each be a minimum of 20 minutes, which does not include your warm-up and cool-down. You can focus on just one of the above elements for 20 minutes or put all three Into one session. Don't worry too much about which element you do during your sessions, just listen to your body and do the type of workout you feel your body needs most. All this may sound time-consuming, but your minimum workout time is just three hours a week -with 163 hours in a week, anyone can do this' The key is to increase the length of your workouts when you have time and stick to the minimum on busy weeks.

Cardio Sessions
Unless you're new to exercise, your cardiovascular workouts must be vigorous. Work up to a level where your breathing is heavy and you can only talk for a sentence or two. Your heart rate must stay up throughout the session and you should feel tired but energized by your workout. If you're new to exercise, build up to this level over four to six weeks. Include at least three types of cardiovascular training every week: a long session of 40-60 minutes; a medium session of 30-40 minutes and a short session of 20-30 minutes. Push yourself as hard as you can in the time you have. The shorter the session, the higher your intensity should be. Try interval training for shorter workouts and group sessions or partner sessions for longer workouts to boost your motivation.
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Strength Sessions
There are three essential Ingredients to effective strength training: consistency, progression and muscle overload. Find a workout you can stick with. If you find the gym boring, build up your strength using another activity, such as yoga, Pilates, group classes and sports that require "power and pull" such as water sports, climbing, racquet sports and martial arts. To get results, you should feel muscle fatigue in most parts of your body. To progress, you need to increase your intensity every three to four weeks and overload your muscles by working with good technique so you can safely and effectively challenge all the main muscles in your body. If you're new to this, ask an instructor for advice.

Stretch and Balance Sessions
Stretching helps prevent injury and helps you learn more about your body's strengths and weaknesses. At least once a week, dedicate a minimum of 20 continuous minutes to balancing and stretching. You can make this a part of your strength sessions, do a power Yoga or Pilates session or simply stretch in your living room, focusing on areas of your body that feel tight or weak.

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Healthy Recepies For Female Athletes (Part 3)


LUNCH:

Cauliflower and Goat’s Cheese Puree (Faux Mashed Potatoes)

Cheese Puree
Amount of calories: 75 calories per serving

Contains:
1⁄2 large head cauliflower, cored and cut into 1-inch pieces salt to taste
2 tablespoons fat-free whipping cream
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
2 tablespoons freshly grated reduced-fat Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoons reduced-fat goat’s cheese

Method of Preparation
Cook the cauliflower over medium heat in a large pot of lightly salted water until completely tender, 20–30 minutes. Drain the cauliflower into a colander. With a bowl or small plate, press on the cauliflower to remove all the water. Toss the cauliflower and continue pressing. This step is very important to the texture of the dish. Transfer the cauliflower to a food processor. Add the whipping cream and puree until completely smooth. If you like a chunkier texture, mash by hand, adding the cream after the cauliflower is mashed. Return to the pot, heat on low heat, and stir constantly. Add the butter, Parmesan, and goat’s cheese. Stir until blended and season with salt if necessary.

7 Most Commonly Injured Body Parts


Lifting weights properly burns fat and builds muscle, but do it wrong and you'll end up having severe injuries. A 20-year study at the University of Arkansas reported more than 980,000 gym-related injuries. Here are the top seven body parts injured in the gym as a percentage of all injuries.

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BCAA: What Are They and Why Should We Take Them?


BCAA stands for branched-chain amino acids. These are often called the building blocks of protein and can only be obtained through the diet because the body cannot synthesize them. There are three BCAAs: leucine, isoleucine and valine, Put simply, BCAA supplementation protects muscles during exercise. This has benefits for both strength and endurance athletes. Recent research has shown an improvement in muscle recovery too.

It has also been shown that when consuming BCAAs in your training results in significantly less muscle breakdown. Adding just 12 grams of BCAAs per day was all that was needed to accomplish this effect. This can be incredibly important while dieting, as maintaining lean mass is vital to maximizing fat loss, as well as to achieve the body composition you began different dieting.

 BCAA

Recently it has also been shown that leucine is one of the key igniters of protein synthesis. It seems that leucine itself can stimulate insulin production, increase protein synthesis, and modulate blood sugar. This may partly explain why BCAA supplementation while dieting is so effective at maintaining muscle mass, as they stimulate the muscle building components even while in a caloric deficit.

The main recommendation of BCAA supplementation is to consume it before early morning training sessions. If you are someone who simply can’t train after eating, or prefers to train on an empty stomach, BCAA supplementation could be incredibly important for you.

Body Weight Moves: Prevent Injury, Build Muscle and Generate Power


If you want to pack on muscular size and strength, it can be tempting to head straight for the weights and do compound lifts such as bench presses and squats rather than press-ups, lunges and other body weight exercises. There's a common assumption that body weight moves are too easy to be effective in building muscle, whereas heavy lifts break down the most fibers in your muscles, shocking them into growing back bigger and stronger. While body weight training does have its limitations - it can't effectively target your back and biceps, for instance - it offers many more benefits beyond the fact that you can do it anywhere, at any time. These moves can reduce your risk of injury, are a perfect way to warm up and can actually improve your ability to go heavier when hitting the weights.

Body weight moves are great for people who don't have a gym membership or access to kit. They are especially beneficial to beginners whose own weight is a sufficient stimulus to improve muscular size and strength. For beginners their own weight provides the right level of resistance and poses less of an injury risk: it's hard to get the form wrong, unlike lifting weights, which can be dangerous without correct form.' Body weight training can also help injury-proof more advanced trainers. Because they are compound moves that involve more than one joint movement, these exercises recruit all your small, stabilizing muscles. Press-ups are great for improving the stability of the typically delicate shoulder joints.

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Ego prevents many gym-goers from doing body weight moves because they don't get you the bragging rights like a new bench press or deadlift one-rep max does. But if you are training to build muscular endurance as well as power, body weight training is ideal. That's why combat athletes are some of the biggest advocates. Although favored by fighters, body weight training has huge transferable benefits for all sports in which you need to move your body powerfully and efficiently. They are also great as a warm-up before bigger lifts, or during interval runs - sprint for 20m before doing press -ups or squats. And do them immediately after a set with weights to crank out a few more reps to really fatigue your muscles. In fact, making bodyweight training a core part of your regime could even lead to lifting heavier weights.

Although body weight moves have plenty of benefits, for bigger and stronger muscles you need to lift weights. Once your muscles can lift your own weight comfortably, you will stop making strength gain. Once you can do 20 controlled press-ups, you need to increase the load for increased strength. That's not to say that a session doing bodyweight moves is an easy session. You can make most kit-free moves harder. For example, putting your feet on a chair increases the amount of weight your upper chest and shoulders must move during a press-up. You can also work your shoulders incredibly hard by doing handstand press-ups, while single-leg pistols are far harder than standard squats. But they are still no substitute to heavy weights if you want to add size.

The big problem with bodyweight training is that it is impossible to effectively target your back and biceps. This, and the limitation on how much you can ever lift, makes kit-free moves unpopular with gym-goers who want to pack on size by isolating each muscle and developing it to its maximum potential. To develop a muscle fully you need to target your muscles from many different angles and through their full range of motion .which is only possible with free weights, machines and other special kits.

Health Tips: How To Use Oils

Oils
Olive Oil (best used for dressings and sautéing)
Rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, extra virgin olive oil comes from the first pressing of the olive and is processed without chemicals so is the highest-quality olive oil. Studies show it can protect the heart and reduce the risk of heart disease when eaten instead of saturated fats, such as butter. Extra virgin oil bums when heated above 350 F (177 C) so don't use it for high temperature frying.

Rice Bran Oil (best used for frying)
This oil from the germ and inner husk of rice has a very high smoke point of 490'F (254 C) and a mild, nutty flavor, which makes it a good choice for stir-fries and other frying. Rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, it's 47 per cent monounsaturated fat, 33 per cent polyunsaturated, and 20 per cent saturated.

Rapeseed Oil (best used for roasting, frying and baking)
With half the saturated fat of olive oil and high in monounsaturated fatty acids, cold-pressed rapeseed oil is rich in omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, has a slightly grassy flavor, and is a good choice if you're watching your cholesterol. It has a high smoke point-490 F-so is a good choice for roasting and frying. Use it as a butter replacement in mashed potato and even in crumbles.

Sesame Oil (best used for Asian dishes, dressings)
Rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), vitamin E and natural antioxidants, this flavorsome oil is widely used in Asia, not only for cooking but also for beauty and massage treatments. Light sesame oil has a high smoke point, making it suitable for frying; dark sesame oil from the roasted seeds is better for quick cooking at lower heats. Studies have shown its high PUFA content means it may help lower blood pressure.

Flaxseed Oil (best used for dressings, dips)
Rich in good PUFAs, flaxseed, also called linseed oil, is an excellent plant source of the omega-3 fatty acid alpha linolenic acid, so it is a good choice for those who don't eat fish. Store the oil in a dark bottle in the fridge; exposure to light causes it to lose some of its fatty acids. It also suffers when heated, so drizzle on your morning porridge or muesli, salads and cooked meals.

Pumpkin Seed Oil (best used for dressings, dips)
This dark-green oil, rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, has anti-inflammatory properties and is even said to help reduce cholesterol levels and ease IBS symptoms. Heating destroys its essential fatty acids, so use this tasty oil for dips and dressings.

Sunflower Oil (best used for cooking, dressings)
Several types of sunflower oil are available. High in PUFAs at 66 per cent, linoleic sunflower oil has a mild taste and a high smoke point, at 475'F, so is widely used for cooking. However, studies show polyunsaturated oils can become toxic at high temperatures, so limit your use of high-PUFA oils in cooking

Bodybuilding: The Art of Strength (Part 6)


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4 Tips To Ignite Your Workout


Fire up your engine
Feeling sluggish affects how hard you can push your muscles because your central nervous system needs to be firing at full speed. So before you grab a dumb-bell, skip for 30 seconds, then do half a dozen body weight squat jumps and press-ups to get your body primed for the work ahead.

Create some space
Never stay seated on the equipment or machine you're using during your rest period, Stand up and walk away. If you create a mental and physical space between exercise and rest when you return to the bench or seat you'll be fully focused on what you are about to do.

Visualize the lift
Before the first set of each exercise. rehearse the moves in your mind. Think about the correct initial position and where you go from there until you reach the top of the move, then return to the start Not only will this mentally prepare you, it will also channel some aggression so you can hit the set hard.

Start super setting
Performing back-to-back exercises that works opposing muscle groups is a great way to push your muscles. For example, do a set of bench presses {chest) followed without rest by a set of one-arm rows (back). Testosterone levels start declining after 40 minutes of lifting, so work out within this time for the best muscle e-growing response

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What to Eat: Before, During and After Training


Before training
Cardio
To get the most out of the session, your fuel tank needs to be fully stocked. If you've eaten a main meal within three hours of starting to train you're likely to have enough energy. If not, have a simple high-carb snack such as a bagel with cream cheese or a muffin within one hour of the start of the session and that should see you through.
Weights
You need some carbs if you are to have the energy to lift weights, but you also need some protein - especially sources containing the amino acid leucine, such as lentils or beef - in your system because this will help prevent too much muscle breakdown and mean your body can start repairing damaged tissue straight away. A good example would be wholegrain toast with cottage cheese about an hour before the session.

During training
Cardio
If the session is shorter than an hour all you need to do is take on water to stay hydrated. If you train for longer then begin to consume some simple carbs in the form of energy gels or drinks, but only if you have tried them before - you don't want to upset your stomach.
Weights
All you need is water to keep you hydrated. A carb and protein shake towards the end of the session may help promote muscle repair and growth, but you won't need this if you can have a balanced meal soon after your shower.

After training
Cardio and weights
As soon as you have finished training you need to take on some carbs and protein, typically in a ratio of four to one. After a hard session your muscles' energy stores are depleted: the carbs will replenish them while the protein will help rebuild the muscles to make them stronger ahead of the next session. Because your muscles are like a sponge after training, the sooner you can eat, the more of the nutrition they will soak up.
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Basic Exercises: Leg Curl

Basic Exercises

Usually this exercise is done on the leg curl machine. No exercise works more directly on the backs of the thighs, the leg biceps. Lie on your stomach on the bench of the machine, hook your heels under the lever bar, then, holding the sides of the bench, pull the weight toward your buttocks. Bring your heels as far forward as you can, then lower the weight slowly. Let it go all the way down to give your muscles a long stretch. Be sure that your legs move only from the knees down. While training your legs do not allow your hips to help lift the weight. If you do, the curls will be far less effective. It is important to let the legs go straight, then to curl the weight up as far as possible. If a leg curl machine is not available, you can improvise by placing a dumbbell between your feet as you lie prone on a flat bench, and then curl the weight up. Naturally the curl machine is best because of its constant leverage and resistance.

Female Bodybuilding: Beauty and Strength (Part 3)


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Spicy Food: Fat Loss And Other Health Benefits


Chillies and other spicy foods work in a number of ways to assist fat loss. The simplest but most effective way they do so is by promoting satiety, which means you eat less during the meal and don't reach for snacks a couple of hours later. Another factor is that you are likely to drink more water, and so feel fuller sooner and eat less. Spices can also cause small increases in your metabolic rate, so you burn the fat faster. So there are benefits, but you certainly shouldn't rely on chilli alone to shift your spare tyre - a recent study found that the amount of spicy food typically eaten in a diet was not enough to have any effect on weight loss alone.

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According to several researches these are the ten advantages of spicy food:

1 Aid Weight Loss
2 Lower the “bad” Cholesterol levels.
3 Improve Digestion
4 Improve Circulation
5 Prevent Cancer
6 Improve Heart Health
7 Improve Sleep Pattern
8 Improve Healing Rate
9 Improve Mood
10 Promote Better Breathing.
 
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