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According to the Law of Resonance, all energy in the universe is vibrating at various frequencies. Normally invisible thoughts and emotions as well as our physical selves are too made up of these different frequencies which are relatively higher or lower to different aspects of life. For example, we may vibrate at a high vibration at the thought of a tasty green smoothie, or a lower vibration at the thought of 'have to’s and ‘should do’s’.
Have you ever pushed through a workout, but felt miserable because you didn’t have any energy, weren’t able to work as hard as usual, get that many reps or lift as heavy as you expected?
I hear it all the time, people are consistently arguing about the amount of fats and carbs you should consume on a daily basis, one thing that most people agree on is the amount of protein a person should consume and the importance behind it.
Consuming plenty of protein is important for health, performance and body composition. Consuming the right amount of protein has a number of health benefits, it can help you lose weight, (especially belly fat) and help repair and build muscle after a workout which in turn helps increase your muscle mass and strength.
The recommend daily intake (RDI) is 56 grams for men, and 46 grams for women. However, many health and fitness experts believe that we need more that that. To help you achieve your protein intakes you do not need to rely on expensive protein shakes, here is a list of 17 great tasting, high protein foods.
So What is Foam Rolling?
Foam rolling's technical name is known as Self Myofascial Release (SMR). This form of therapy has become extremely popular in recent years with fitness enthusiasts right across the globe. As it has become more popular and affordable you will notice practically every gym and fitness store sells a form of foam rollers in a variety of different shapes and sizes. But how do you use them?
Over the past couple weeks my clients have been asking me what the best method of recovery is for between sessions. I’ve decide to write this article to shed some light on recovery techniques I feel gain the best results, all of which you can do in your busy lives. Yay!