6
Jul 2021

18 effects of high intensity strength training

Why do we call the 6-Minute Workout, an adaptation of High-Intensity Strength Training, the closest thing available to a magic pill for your health and wellbeing? Learn here about the 18 health & wellbeing effects, which you can only achieve in one go by doing a correct strength training workout.
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Julian Massler
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12
Apr 2021

Strength training and yoga - the significant workout effects on the yoga mat

As the saying goes, opposites attract. This is also true for my fitness routine, specifically for my yoga practice and weekly strength training. Even though yoga and strength training don't have much in common at first glance, from my experience they complement each other extremely well. If you ever found yourself on a yoga mat trying to feel and look good doing asanas, then you will recognize yourself in my story. Maybe you will even get inspired to pair your yoga routine with strength training!
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Ramona Perchia
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8
Mar 2021

Why diets don't work and a personal nutrition strategy does. An interview with nutrition expert Nilan from betteryou

Who really wants to try a "Brigitte sauerkraut diet" that relies on 1200 kcal a day to lose 2 kilos? Hopefully no one. Because diets cause stress, even unhappiness, are difficult to adhere to and do not bring long-term success. Meanwhile a nutrition strategy does, especially if it is developed personally for you on the basis of your body analysis. We observe that 90% of clients make outstanding progress with smart nutritional adjustments combined with the 6-Minute Workout and they are able to stick to their self-imposed regime. Why do diets fail and, in contrast, nutritional strategies based on individual body analysis lead to long-term success?
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Egle Paulauskaite
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26
Feb 2021

Neuroplasticity: How the 6 Minute Workout changes your brain

Exercise isn’t all about your body. In fact, building muscles and conditioning your heart and circulatory system are mere side effects of working out. Exercise is really about your brain. But not just any exercise. It’s one that challenges, frustrates, and rewards to an extent that signals neuronal changes in the brain. While resistance training is known to not just train your muscles but also the muscle-nerve connection, there is so much more to it. With 80-100 billion nerve cells, known as neurons, your brain is capable of some astonishing feats. If you understand how to make your brain change for the better, you know the ultimate longevity secret to keep your mind bright and clear and your body capable of performing at the age of 100.
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Egle Paulauskaite
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