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Why You Shouldn’t Skip Leg Day at the Gym

Leg day is known for being one of the tougher days at the gym. However, leg day is super important for your fitness and your overall health, and here are many of those reasons to keep investing a little time into leg day every week.

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Helpful Tips for Dealing With the Aftermath of a Sports Injury

For athletes, few things are as frustrating to deal with as a sports injury. These painful incidents have the capacity to ruin an entire season. Once you've suffered an injury, there's not much to do except to get through it and recover. It takes a lot of patience, but there are things you can do to make it easier to deal with. Take it Slow for a While It's frustrating to not be able to do things the way you used to, but that's the unfortunate reality of life after a sports injury, or at least until you recover. You will likely still be able to perform some degree of physical activity, but you'll need to take it slow while...

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What you need to know about astrology

You open Instagram and start scrolling. Nothing on your mind, just freely looking at the world online. Suddenly, you come across an astrology post. You take a peak and read: "Your sign in Love". You check it and... You couldn't agree less. Just like that you stop believing in Astrology.

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Does Pain Mean a Workout Routine is Working?

No Pain, NO GAIN! That’s a common mantra repeated by personal trainers and athletic directors. But does that mean pain is good? At what point does pushing through pain become foolishness? If you’re wondering about these questions, then this article is for you. Not knowing the difference between good pain and bad pain can lead to serious injury. Muscle Soreness vs. Pain In fitness, there are two types of pain, “good pain” and “bad pain”. Good pain is the pain that naturally comes from working out your muscles. As you workout you are putting microtears in your muscles. When your body repairs those muscles, it will strengthen them. This process often involves soreness. While uncomfortable, this pain isn’t bad if...

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