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The concept of interval training may be scary, particularly if you’re thinking about the latest version of it. After all, HIIT is the acronym for “high-intensity interval training,” and the high-intensity bit sounds like it could be tough. Interval training comes in as many diverse forms as there are exercises themselves, and many people may benefit from it. Precisely, interval training is when you switch between periods of high-intensity exercise and recovery periods of lower intensity exercise. You can turn nearly any activity into an interval session: a gym workout with free weights and other equipment, bike riding—outdoors or stationary, walking and/or jogging outdoors or on a treadmill, or at home with just your body weight. The Benefits of Interval Training If you’re still uncertain, consider this: Interval training may be a powerful and convenient way to support you get fit compared with constant moderate exercise without rest periods. Because…

Be it due to age or genes, women tend to store fat in the lower body. Although it is nothing to be embarrassed about, if it is making you felt, we can benefit. Here are 15 no-equipment lower body exercises that you can do at home, at your convenience. 15 Leg And Hip Home Workouts For Women 1. High Knees Targets – Quads, hamstrings, calves, and glutes How To Do Stand straight with your feet close. Extend your hands in front of you, with the palms facing down. Start jogging on the spot, only, raise your knees higher. Try to tap your palms with your knees. Sets And Reps – 3 sets of 20 reps 2. Squats Targets –Glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves How To Do Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, back straight, and shoulders rolled back. Keep your core engaged. Push your hips out and lower yourself by…

Do you want to gain muscle mass? Do you feel extremely hungry post your workout session? Then, instead of protein powders, try homemade protein shakes. They work wonders when it comes to reducing your hunger post-workout, gaining mass, and replacing your meals. These homemade protein shakes are made with natural ingredients and taste way better than the commercial protein powders. 13 Healthy Homemade Protein Shake Recipes 1. Peanut Butter-Banana Protein Shake (Protein – 43.54 g) This smoothie is a rich source of protein. Use this as your post-workout meal to reap its goodness. Ingredients 2 medium-sized bananas 2 tablespoons peanut butter 2 cups of Greek yogurt 100 mL full-fat milk 1 tablespoon chia seeds Cocoa powder Recipe Add bananas, yogurt, milk, and peanut butter to a blender. Blend to a smooth, thick smoothie. Add chia seeds and sprinkle cocoa powder on top. Enjoy! 2. Blueberry, Almond Butter, And Banana Smoothie…

Getting motivated to start a diet and exercising is often considered one of the most difficult parts of the diet. You know you want to lose weight and you’re pretty clear on the changes you need to make to reach that magic number on the scale. But you also know that getting—and staying—on track can be super-daunting, especially if you’re lacking motivation. But being healthy isn’t just about the number on your scale. There are several other factors that affect your health besides your weight, and every one is built differently. Often, people simply lack the motivation to get started or lose their motivation to keep on track with their goals. But luckily, motivation is something you can work to increase. Here are a few steps that can help you stay motivated to lose weight. 1. Define Motivation: Find Your Way and Remind Yourself of it Every Single Day. The…

Age 26 Gender Female  Before After  Weight  83 Kg  58 Kg  Body Fat  37 %  18 %  Height  5′ 3″  Transformation period  8 months  Gym Magnet  Trainer  Arvind & Ravi Nishtha realized to make changes to her lifestyle when she saw the weighing scale hitting 83. Compelled by certain health-related issues, she was forced to take up gyming which now she is totally addicted to. With encouragement from her personal trainers, she has proven to be an example to all the women trying to lose weight, but crib about it not being their ‘cup of tea’. With gyming now an obsession, she refuses to give up on it even after achieving the required body physique. Lifestyle Prior to Change What was your Lifestyle prior to your transformation?   Before I had started my transformation, I had a sedentary lifestyle. I was usually caught up with my daily routine but…

Before After     Age 28 Gender Male  Before After  Weight  54 Kg  74 Kg  Body Fat  25  20  Height  5′ 9″  Transformation period  9 months  Gym Pluto fitness  Trainer  Aman Kumar Harneet trained himself six days a week, beginning every workout with cardio. He split his strength training to transform his body from a lean fat body to ripped and fit one. Motivated by his dad he breaks through all stereotypes people usually have for a skinny person. Contented with what he accomplished he now proudly maintains and improves himself for a better and healthier living. Lifestyle Prior to Change What was your Lifestyle prior to your transformation? My lifestyle before I started my transformation was a very energetic one as I was actively involved in sports. One of the best things about being in sports was to maintain a strict diet which made me prefer home…