As we have promised from 2014, there will be a lot of information about fitness and healthy leaving. Nowadays, sportsmen and sportswomen dedicate their life’s to achieve goals, by training hard and to compete at the highest stage such as international competitions, Olympic games and world cups etc...
Africafootballs teams would like to motivate our readers to be active, healthy and even participate in competitive sport, Gym etc… Healthy living is our first target to contribute to the Society, by promoting healthy leaving and sport. We hope our tips will help improve your life style and well-being.
HEALTH: We are so used to being constantly reminded to keep active that it’s easy to overlook the fact that there are times when we shouldn't be exercising at all. Colds and flu are rife at this time of year and working out when you have a high temperature will only set you back in terms of recovery, causing you even more time away from your fitness programme. So if you want to make progress, take a few days off!
EXERCISE: Research shows that people who are physically active five or more days a week are actually a third less likely to catch a respiratory infection (such as the common cold). It is believed that bouts of exercise prompt a temporary rise in immune system cells that attack foreign invaders within the body. Although these levels return to normal within a few hours, each session is likely to provide an immune boost to fight off infection. So when you’re feeling well, keep it regular.
NUTRITION: Maintaining adequate vitamin stores in the body is also essential for an effective immune response; well-nourished individuals are better prepared immunologically to fight (and recover from) infections. Be sure to include nutritious foods such as lean meat, fish, poultry, eggs, legumes and nuts and seeds in your diet. (ref :- information collected from Gym and Sport experts)