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Oct 2020

How chronic stress causes belly fat and what to do about it

It´s a well known saying, stress makes fat. But why is chronic stress "fatening". The hormone cortisol which is released during stress makes us crave snacks, inhibits metabolism, and makes the work of insulin, the hormone responsible for blood sugar regulation and fat storage, much harder. In this article, you get the briefing on how to lower your chronic cortisol levels with the right diet, lifestyle, and mindset.
Kerstin Klein
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26
Sep 2020

Why High Intensity Training works so good for fat loss and against health problems

Some minutes are longer than others. You don´t need to rewatch Interstellar to be reminded of that. A visit to one of our locations in Zürich, Zug, or St Gallen will give you a comprehensive experience of time dilation. Of course, I am not talking about the physical relativity of time, I am talking about the psychological relativity of how you spend your time. Many people think of our strength training method as a scam. But only until they experience the first minute. Let´s explore what happens during that one minute of intense muscle work...
Julian Massler
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16
Jul 2020

Water retention after exercise: 5 common causes and solutions

Water retention in legs and arms after exercise and on the ankles on warm days? We've got you covered! Your body responds to the micro damages and inflammation that cause water weight gain. That's temporary. But water retention is also more common due to warm summer temperatures. Read what causes the body to retain water and how you get rid of water weight fast.
Larissa Brechbuehl
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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.
Egle Paulauskaite
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