How to make your gym workouts successful

How to make your gym workouts successful

Planning your workout in advance will help you train better (Thinkstock) Not everyone who joins a gymmanages to get into shape. In fact, some people are gym regulars for years but fail to get into the shape they desire. There could be several reasons for this. Following an unhealthy diet, underlying health complications and hormonal imbalances are just some of the reasons why you could be unsuccessful in the gym. Take a cue from people who are not only successful in achieving their workout goals but are worth getting inspired…

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How to Get Small Waist Through Yoga: 5 Effective Poses that Will Help

How to Get Small Waist Through Yoga: 5 Effective Poses that Will Help

Are you trying to fit into your favourite pair of jeans and failing ridiculously because of the few extra inches that you have gained around the waist? Can you see the fat bulging out of your body? Annoying, isn’t it? We all hate our waists turning into big portions of flab. No matter how much you cut down on your food intake, you may not get a smaller waist until you put an extra effort. Yoga has long been associated with slow yet effective weight loss. Yoga combined with a…

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This is how your bedroom will help you sleep better

This is how your bedroom will help you sleep better

Is your bedroom helping you sleep better? As sleep becomes a much talked about wellness concept, bedrooms are turning into sleep sanctuaries. Sleep entrepreneurs and designers are getting innovative. From swinging beds to weight blankets – new furniture forms are being invented. For a good night’s sleep, it’s essential that your bedroom has little furniture and is clutter-free. Interior designer Kunal Mehta says, “Bedroom is the most luxurious and personal space in any home. Beautify your room with posh cushions and rugs. They’ll help muffle noise, in addition to looking…

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8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

8 Signs of Zinc Deficiency and How to Cure It

Zinc benefits the body in many ways and is required in small amounts to maintain your health and perform certain functions every day. For instance, it helps the production of hormones, it supports growth and repair of muscles and tissues, maintains your immunity and facilitates digestion. This essential nutrient also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and therefore, it offers remarkable therapeutic benefits for common chronic ailments like heart disease. Zinc deficiency is ranked as the fifth leading risk factor in causing disease worldwide. Zinc is present in every cell, organ, bone,…

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How to successfully travel with paddleboards

How to successfully travel with paddleboards

Traveling with boards can be a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be. With a little research, planning, and patience your quiver can easily accompany you on your next trip. To ease the transition, we sat down with globetrotting SUP pro Bernd Roediger for some pro tips on traveling with boards. How many boards do you typically travel with? My caravan of odd surfing weapons grows and multiplies with each new adventure. Do I have a problem? Does it affect my life? Do I pack extra boards where I…

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How Trump’s tax proposal could impact his own business empire

How Trump’s tax proposal could impact his own business empire

The Trump administration unveiled their proposal to overhaul the tax code on April 26, outlining sharply lower tax rates but fewer tax breaks. (Video: Jenny Starrs/Photo: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) By Drew Harwell and Jonathan O’Connell April 26 at 6:17 PM President Trump’s massive tax-cut proposal would slash taxes on hundreds of businesses he and his family own. The White House on Wednesday unveiled a proposal that would cut the top tax rate for corporations, as well as entities known as pass-through businesses, to 15 percent. That could prove to…

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How to wear: The best floral prints for summer in pictures

How to wear: The best floral prints for summer in pictures

A model presents a creation for fashion house Roberto Cavalli during the 2017 Women’s Spring / Summer collections shows at Milan Fashion Week on September 21, 2016 in Milan.(AFP) As sunnier days arrive, a wardrobe update is inevitably in store to see in the new season. It’ll soon be time to pack away thick jackets and long coats, dark coloured pieces and heavy winter clothing to make way for light, breezy designs, colour and springlike motifs. A model presents a creation by Leonard Paris during the 2017 Spring/Summer ready-to-wear collection…

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How to Get Six Pack Abs Without Going to the Gym

How to Get Six Pack Abs Without Going to the Gym

The summer season is around the corner and it is time to get into your short pants and t-shirts to flaunt your physique. That perfect V-shaped torso, chiseled muscles and toned body are desired by all yet achieved by very few. Burning enough calories and following a strict diet is one way to get into shape. Six-pack abdominal muscles are one of the most desirable fitness goals around the globe today. It’s a fitness statement like no other. What exactly is ‘Six-Pack’? Six-pack is a thin sheet of abdominal muscles;…

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How to Slow Down Ageing: Eat Less and Live Long!

How to Slow Down Ageing: Eat Less and Live Long!

No one wants to grow old and experience wrinkles, pale skin, grey hair and weak bones. Although ageing is a part of our natural metabolism, there is a multi-billion-dollar industry devoted to all sorts of products that claim to fight signs of aging. The truth is that these products only go skin deep while ageing occurs deeper, at a cellular level. A recent study has suggested that eating less can slow down ageing processes. Published in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, the study offers one glimpse into how cutting calories impacts…

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How to Do Meditation: A Beginner’s Guide

How to Do Meditation: A Beginner’s Guide

When was the last time you sat down in a quiet corner with complete awareness of yourself, your breath and your immediate surroundings? Not in a really long time, isn’t it? We’re so used to ‘multi-tasking’ in our daily lives that being consumed with myriad thoughts, all at once, has become second nature to most of us. We’re zipping through meetings, taking work home, working while on vacation and thinking about the next break when at work. It’s a stressful life and we only have ourselves to blame for it….

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