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Despite the Holidays being a fair deal away yet, before you know it it’ll be time to defrost the turkey, break out the stuffing, stock up on Christmas pudding, heavy cream, custard, and other sweet and calorific treats, only to find by the New Year that you’re heavier than ever before.
The holidays are fun, and treating yourself now and then at Christmas is perfectly acceptable. The problem is that a lot of us tend to go overboard and eat too many calories and too much junk, and then feel disgusted in ourselves when our elasticated loungewear begins to feel tight on us.
One of the main reasons why we gain so much fat over the holidays, is due to the sheer amount of desserts and sweet treats that we consume.
If you are looking to lose/maintain your weight but still enjoy the occasional sweet treat and dessert over Christmas however, we’ve got just the ticket.
Here’s a look at several health dessert tips and tricks for Christmas.Read more
For centuries upon centuries, strength has been utilized as a way of showcasing dominance and ability, and while weightlifting, strongman, powerlifting, CrossFit, and Olympic lifting are all hugely popular nowadays, strength competitions are nothing new.
Ancient Egyptian tombs have shown images of Egyptians lifting heavy bags filled with sand, while also taking part in throwing exercises and stone swinging. Weightlifting contests can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, and in fact, it was the organization of these lifting events which eventually led to the formation of the Olympic Games.
Speaking of the Olympics, Olympic lifting is a discipline which is growing in popularity every single year. There is a real technical side of Olympic lifting that goes above and beyond raw power and brute strength, and it is this that some Olympic lifters struggle with to begin with.
If you’re new to Olympic lifting, or if you just want to bring up your lifts, here are several Olympic lifting tips and tricks.Read more