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Vitamin D Supplement Guide: The Supplement You May Be Deficient In

Vitamin D is considered one of the 24 essential micronutrients that are required in order to sustain life. Vitamin D is fat-soluble which means that the vitamin is absorbed through the fat tissue within your body, resulting in the nutrients getting carried directly into the bloodstream for consumption. Used as a supplement, Vitamin D is recognized for having notable benefits such as immune health, bone health, and cognition. Some people also state that Vitamin D may help reduce your chances Some people also state that Vitamin D may help reduce your chances of heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and cancer....

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The Ultimate Guide How to Calculate & Track Conditioning

Welcome to part 2 of my Ultimate Guide to Heart Rate Training series. Part one introduced the heart rate monitor and covered how to use one. This article covers how to TEST and track your conditioning. How Do You Know Your Conditioning (Fitness) Is Actually Getting Better The answer is this: unless you are constantly testing and measuring it with quantifiable tests, you don’t. Tracking Your Conditioning is Extremely Important because it gives you the certainty that all the time and effort you are putting into improving your conditioning is actually working. Most people never bother to track their conditioning and...

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Citrulline Malate & L-Citrulline Supplement Guide

L-Citrulline is within the same amino acid family as l-arginine and l-ornithine, it contributes to the recycling of ammonia and also is a precursor in nitric oxide metabolism. When taken, L-citrulline is converted to l-arginine within the kidneys which can increase levels of plasma when taken for an extended period. Many people take L-citrulline for its beneficial effects relating to increased endurance and a notable reduction in fatigue for people who practice prolonged aerobic exercises. When taken, L-citrulline is converted to l-arginine within the kidneys which can increase levels of plasma when taken for an extended period. Many people...

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Ultimate Guide to Heart Rate Training: How to Use a Heart Rate Monitor

This is part one of our Ultimate Guide to Heart Rate Training for Fighters, a series of articles that covers exactly how to improve your conditioning work for MMA, Muay Thai, Boxing, BJJ (and other sports) by using a heart rate monitor. Here are the upcoming articles in this new series that will be published. How to Use a Heart Rate Monitor 101 (THIS article) Should You Train Anaerobically or Aerobically? How to Track Your Conditioning Progress with a Heart Rate Monitor Cardiac Output Training: Building Your Aerobic Base Improving Maximum Aerobic Power: VO2 Max Training Improving Aerobic Power...

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The Strength Training for Muay Thai Guide

There’s a lot of information about strength training for MMA right now, but very little in the way of Strength Training for Muay Thai out there. These article I wrote back in 2014 has been one of the more popular articles on our site. As of 2017, I’ve updated this article. Strength Training has an important, yet often under utilized, place in your Muay Thai training, no matter if you are just training for fun, fitness, or to fight. There’s a number of reasons why you might want to do strength training a couple times a week.   You can...

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