28
Sep 2020

Cardiovascular diseases: How does strength training improve heart health?

Various risk factors contribute to diseases of the cardiovascular system. These include high blood pressure, diabetes, elevated cholesterol levels and overweight. The usual suspects of the affluent modern society. We spoke about heart health to Anna Maria Schürner, a leading physician for cardiac anesthesia and intensive care medicine. Anna Maria came to her AURUM training after her night shift and three hours of sleep. She doesn't like to miss her training sessions. The heart doctor has been doing strength training since the age of 15.
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25
Jun 2020

5 Things about prenatal and postnatal fitness every pregnant woman should know

Prenatal fitness boosts your cardiovascular and muscular strength, improves your circulation, reduces low back pain and improves postpartum recovery. Research shows that prenatal workouts have positive effects on a baby’s development and delivery. HIT training during pregnancy can be done up to the beginning of the third trimester. And you get back in shape fast aftwerwards.
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19
Jun 2020

What is happiness and why sports make us happy and resilient?

Whereas happiness is a subjective state of wellbeing, research on health and longevity suggests that physical activity does not only increase levels of happiness but also fights mental illnesses. Exercise is an all-natural way to fight depression, increase resilience and is most often more effective than drugs..
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19
Jun 2020

How the 6 Minute Workout increases neurochemicals of happiness and reduces depression

Regular exercise and High Intensity Strength Training may help ease depression symptoms and boost happiness by releasing feel-good endorphins, natural cannabis-like brain chemicals (endogenous cannabinoids) and other natural brain chemicals that can enhance your sense of mental wellbeing.
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