- Why you don’t have to put up with your aches and pains
As a person ages muscles become shorter and lose their elasticity, bones start to lose their density and metabolism slows down. The effect of these unfortunate facts of life usually result in us slowing down over time, this can also contribute to your core strength ebbing away and may cause aches and pains and a loss of balance.
The good news is the aging process is very preventable! Sorry there is no magic wand, we can’t stop it, but we can slow it down…
What about Protein?
The importance of protein and the question ‘how much protein do I need?’ has been a hotly debated subject for decades. Traditionally scientists have held a view which suggested as long as you meet your RDA for protein adding any extra to your diet would hold no further benefits. However research taken into account since the 1980s shows considerable evidence that the daily protein requirements of an active individual are higher than those that live a more sedentary lifestyle.
Hydration: Why is it so important?
Whether you are exercising or not, your body needs fluid to function. I have composed an article from information I gathered that will help you understand when, what and how much you should drink to stay hydrated. I will also briefly describe the advantages of some types of sport drinks, when is best to use them and include some recipes for making your own!
James and the Team at Perfect Fit wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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