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Know about Fitness / Myths
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. It’s not the work that is hard, it’s the discipline”
The toughest job to an individual is to bend one’s body and to control diet consistently. If you have decided to do so then here are some useful tips which can help you to achieve your set goals. I always feel that “The Engine of the body is Mindset.”
The game of fitness primarily revolves around daily intake of balanced diet with Calories enriched by Protein, Carbohydrates and Fat etc,” based on an individual body’s daily requirement coupled with the planned workout circuits which gives extra ordinary results.
Here I have made an effort to make all the individuals who wish to get into fitness to understand that just getting into Gym, Doing some workout circuits and following some diet plan is not sufficient. A thorough knowledge of why following Diet and Daily Workout Circuits is a must. To make the body look good in shape and healthy the following information would help an individual to achieve set goals with proper understanding.
Knowledge is Power – Must know what you are doing
What is Protein?
Proteins are the main building blocks of the body. They’re used to make muscles, tendons, organs and skin.
Proteins are also used to make enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters and various tiny molecules that serve important functions.
Without protein, life as we know it would not be possible.
Proteins are made out of smaller molecules called amino acids, which are linked together like beads on a string. The linked amino acids form long protein chains,
which are then folded into complex shapes.
Some of these amino acids can be produced by the body, while we must get others from the diet. The ones we cannot produce and must get from our foods are called the “essential” amino acids.
Protein is not just about quantity. It’s also about quality. Animal protein provides all the essential amino acids in the right ratio for us to make full use of them.
If you’re eating animal products (like meat, fish, eggs, or dairy) every day, then you’re probably already doing pretty well, protein-wise.
If you don’t eat animal foods, then it is a bit more challenging to get all the protein and essential amino acids that your body needs. Most people don’t really need protein supplements, but they can be useful for athletes and bodybuilders.
WHY IS PROTEIN IMPORTANT FOR EXERCISE?
Protein is important for anyone who is hitting the gym, playing sports, going for runs or doing any other form of workout. Protein is one of the main nutrients that every person needs to maintain a healthy body.
It helps to repair any internal or external damage, supports the immune system and contributes to an overall feeling of wellbeing. At a cellular level,
proteins are used for just about everything, from transporting messages; carry out the instructions of DNA and defending, preserving and repairing essential life function.
Protein is essential for exercise. Anyone undertaking any kind of exercise routine is definitely needs more protein than someone who doesn’t. This is because when you exercise, you are effectively tearing and breaking muscle fibers apart, which then need to be repaired by the body, requiring protein to do so.
Day to day protein is gained from eating food such as beans, soy protein products, nuts, meat, fish, eggs and other such foods. If you are exercising, it is beneficial to supplement this normal intake of protein with additional food items such as protein bars, powders or shakes.
What is the role of Protein to lose weight?
Protein Can Help You Lose Weight (and prevent you from gaining it in The First Place).Protein is incredibly important when it comes to losing weight. As we know… in order to lose weight, we need to take in fewer calories than we burn. Eating protein can help with that, by boosting your metabolic rate (calories out) and reducing your appetite (calories in).
Probably the most important contribution of protein to weight loss is its ability to reduce appetite and cause a spontaneous reduction in calorie intake.
What is the role of Protein to Gain
Muscle? A high protein intake also helps to build and preserve muscle mass .More Protein Can Help You Gain Muscle and Strength. To gain muscle, the body must be synthesizing more muscle protein than it is breaking down. In other words, there needs to be a net positive protein balance (often called nitrogen balance, because protein is high in nitrogen) in the body.
A common recommendation for gaining muscle is 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight, or 2.2 grams of protein per kg.
How to Store Protein Powder?
The best place to store protein powder is in the container it originally came in. A high quality protein powder will come in an airtight, moisture locked container to make it last as long as possible. Protein powder is extremely susceptible to moisture of any kind, since it is formulated to dissolve in drinks. Keep your container of protein powder in a dry place, and avoid exposure to heat whenever possible.
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Protein Powder’s Potency
It is important to keep in mind that the protein powder’s formula is less effective the longer it is stored and the more elements it is exposed to. In general, vitamins and dietary supplements lose potency naturally as they age. If any moisture has gotten into the protein powder, which may be visible due to wet clumps in the container, it will need to be thrown away. As mentioned before, protein powder is extremely sensitive to water and will quickly go bad once in contact with it. Letting the powder get wet can even expire it before the date on the canister.
When it comes to bodybuilding, you know that protein intake is vital to your success. Unfortunately, even if you are a big meat eater, you will find that you will not get the amount of this important nutrient - or even the right protein - in your diet without taking supplements. One of the most important supplements that body builders need is whey protein. It has many advantages and disadvantages also.
The Advantages of Whey Protein
The advantages are a lot to list
It stimulates the lGF-1 production, which stimulates growth.
When you use whey protein isolates,
you will be getting about ten percent of immunoglobulin proteins that are intact. This means that they have two pairs of polypeptide chains.
It means that immune system gets a boost on top of helping the muscles to grow.
No other source in existence contains as much Branched Chain Amino acids.
You need these amino acids because you actually lose them when the muscles catabolize.
Most often people don't realize that muscles are damaged as much as they are built in body building, but whey protein essentially replaces everything that your
muscles are losing during and after your workouts.
Whey protein also helps to detoxify the body by making the body's production of endogenous glutathione greater.
This too helps to make your immune system stronger.
You may wonder how body builders can work out day after day, without muscle soreness. In fact, beginners often quit following their first couple of workouts,
simply because they can't bear the pain. Here is another advantage of whey protein. Whey isolates have protein chains that contain four essential amino acids that also act as natural pain killers.
Overall, whey is the best for the body, because the body makes excellent use of it...better use than any other type.
The Disadvantages of Whey Protein
There are disadvantages of whey protein. The best products in the market are quite expensive, making them inaccessible to most people who get into body building. There are products that are affordable, but these are usually of a much lower quality, and are often full of sugar. Furthermore, these cheaper products are not digested as easily as a quality product. Most serious body builders will go for quality simply because; they can’t go wrong when they are serious about body building.
Myth about Whey Protein:
Myth #1: Kidney and Liver Problems.
This myth exists because some people like to draw very broad or far-reaching conclusions
from very specific or limited research.
Myth #1, Busted. All studies using people with healthy kidneys or livers show no link between high protein diets and kidney issues.
Myth #1, Busted. All studies using people with healthy kidneys or livers show no link between high protein diets and kidney issues.
Myth #2: Osteoporosis:
Out-Of-Context Speculation. Specifically, the argument is that high protein intake raises blood acidity and your bones must balance the acidity with calcium and other minerals. This would mean that the bones disintegrate and weaken, which is synonymous with osteoporosis.
Myth #2, Busted. However, new research has shown that the higher amount of calcium in urine is due to increased absorption of minerals. So, high protein diets actually help make your bones stronger!
Myth #3: Gout.
Another false claim regarding high intakes of protein can cause the side effect of arthritic condition known as gout.
Genetics Play the Biggest Role. The vast majority of people who develop gout are genetically predisposed to the condition. In other words, you’ll probably have it if your parents had it, and there’s not much you can do about it. Others can develop the condition, but it’s a lot less likely.
A study did find a link between developing gout and consuming a lot of meat and fish. But, there was no link between developing gout and total protein intake. The study found that intake of dairy products (which includes whey) is actually linked to a decreased chance of developing gout.
Whey is the Scapegoat. Even though the above myths relate to protein in general, it’s the whey protein supplements that seem to get a bad reputation in the public
eye as being dangerous.
Whey Protein Dangers?
Although there are no real whey protein side effects that one has to worry about, it is recommended to buy a trusted brand. As the list states, possible side effects include “increased bowel movements, nausea, thirst, bloating, cramps, reduced appetite, tiredness, and headache.”
What is Body Mass Index?
Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on your weight in relation to your height, and applies to most adult men and women aged 20 and over.
Weight Loss and Body Mass Index (BMI)
Your BMI is based on your height and weight. It's one way to see if you're at a healthy weight.
Your BMI is less than 18.5
Your BMI is 18.5 to 24.9
Your BMI is 25 to 29.9
Your BMI is 30 or higher
The BMI calculator calculates body mass index from your Weight and Height and also shows how your weight compares to others of the same height and age. Maintaining a healthy body weight is very important to all aspects of well-being. It can help you avoid serious health problems such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.
One way of checking if you are at a healthy weight is to know your Body Mass Index (BMI). Your body mass index BMI is calculated by dividing your weight in kilograms by your height squared in meters. Simply enter your height, weight, gender and age. The BMI calculator will tell you if you have a high BMI, a low BMI or if you are within the healthy weight range. It also shows you how your weight compares to others of the same height and age.
If you are overweight, you get a BMI calculation that indicates you are. This may not always be accurate.
Body Mass Index (BMI) can be misleading. This is because the BMI does not take into account your body composition. For example, your body fat percentage in comparison to your percentage of muscle mass is an important factor. Check out the mathematical formula to check your body fat percentage.
If you want to run faster, bike longer or see some of that hard-earned muscle show through, you need to understand body composition. Learning about your body
composition is the key to your optimal performance and appearance
because it can help you strategize an exercise plan in terms of your need to lose fat,
build muscle or both.
Body composition testing determines how much of your body is and isn't fat. The non-fat part of your body is called lean tissue, which includes your muscle,
water, bone and organs. Lean tissue is known as metabolically active tissue, the tissue that burns calories all day. The more lean tissue you have,
the higher your resting metabolic rate will be. The fat part is body fat. Body fat is a storage form of energy and therefore has a very low calorie demand.
Remember that body mass index or BMI is not a body composition tool. BMI is a ratio of ones weight to height. Body mass index is not as precise for assessing ideal body weight as body composition testing is because it does not consider the ratio of fat to lean weight. The BMI scale penalizes people who have large bones and a larger amount of muscle mass. An exercise physiologist in your area who can measure your body composition be helpful to you to reach your optimum ratio of body fat to lean tissue.
What is BMR or Basal Metabolic Rate?
Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the total number of calories that your body needs to perform basic, life-sustaining functions. These basal functions include circulation, breathing, cell production, nutrient processing, protein synthesis and ion transport. You can calculate basal metabolic rate using a mathematical formula.
Many weight loss and exercise guides use the terms basal metabolic rate and resting metabolic rate (RMR) interchangeably and the fact is that these two terms are very similar.But there is a slight difference in the definition of BMR and the definition of RMR that is helpful to understand.
What is Resting Metabolic Rate?
A measurement of the number of calories that your body burns at rest. Resting metabolic rate is usually measured in the morning before you eat or exercise and after a full night of restful sleep.
As you can see, the definitions of RMR and BMR are almost identical. Your resting metabolic rate should be an accurate estimate of your basal metabolic rate. Because the terms are similar, many fitness and weight loss experts use both terms to describe the same thing. But the term "resting metabolic rate" is more common.
How to Change Your Basal Metabolic Rate?
Your BMR is determined by a combination of factors. These include genetic factors ,age, gender and body composition. There's not much you can do to control genetics, age or gender. But you can change your body composition to boost metabolism.
So how do you change your BMR? Build muscle! Even when your body is at rest, lean muscle mass will burn more calories than fat. And you don't even have to be a bodybuilder to see benefits.
How to Use BMR for Weight Loss?
Now that you understand with BMR you can use the number to help you lose weight. Your basal metabolic rate combined with two other factors can give you an idea of the total number of calories you burn each day.
Total Calories Burned Each Day
Basal metabolic rate: 60-75% of total calories burned each day
Activity thermogenesis (non-exercise movement and exercise) 15-30% of total calories burned each day
Thermic effect of food (calories burned from eating and digestion) 10% of total calories burned each day
If you can burn more calories than you eat, you will create a calorie deficit. A calorie deficit of 500-1000 calories per day should result in a 1-2 pound weight loss per week.
It is said that for achieving 100% desired results, daily exercise will contribute about 20-30% & Balanced diet will contribute about 70-80%.
To meet your set goals A Professional Trainer at Gym Centers and A Dietician guidance will do a lot of good.
“Give Muscles the attention they need and they tend to do their jobs effectively & quietly”
With Best Regards,
M. S. Harish
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