May I play sports with a hangover?

May I play sports with a hangover?

To sober out, some athletes swear by a small training session designed to drive the hangover away. But does that also help or does the drunkenness run belong to the training myths? Hangover, sports, alcohol and training Sport and alcohol do not really belong together. After all, you are less efficient when you have drunk alcohol[…]

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The 3 biggest training mistakes in fat loss training!

The 3 biggest training mistakes in fat loss training!

Fat loss and losing weight through sports. Many overweight people have one goal, namely to reduce fat as effectively as possible. The right workout should help. But especially many athletes (but also athletes) go the wrong way. We introduce three mistakes that women in training should avoid. Avoid typical training mistakes during fat loss training Basically, exercise and sports are naturally good for the moment[…]

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Complex basic training: How to improve your speed!

Complex basic training: How to improve your speed!

Speed ​​training is very important not only in ball sports. In other sports such as athletics training variations to improve the speed play a very important role. Be nimble and more efficient - we'll tell you how! Effective speed training Speed ​​training can be used in a wide range of ways: studies even look at the impact of seniors' speed training on everyday performance and get positive reviews. (1) Le[…]

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The optimal nutrition for effective strength training

The optimal nutrition for effective strength training

Nutrition and weight training: Read here how you can support the physiological adaptations of your organism to strengthening training positively through your diet. 50 essential questions from everyday training, answered by the expert Over the past three decades, strength training has become increasingly important[…]

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Success guarantee: speed

Success guarantee: speed

Although speed and maximum power are closely linked, they are by no means the same. As John Shepherd explains in this article, strength training requires a completely different approach to training than the traditional maximum force method! Speed ​​as the key to success Although maximum strength is very important for most sports, the ultimate strength of an athlete is always the key to success. Th[…]

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Ten common myths about weight training and muscle building

Ten common myths about weight training and muscle building

There are many rumors and myths about strength training, muscle building and fat reduction. Can you really break down fat in certain parts of the body? Are muscles too fat? We have shed light on ten of these widespread theses. Myth 1: Fat is broken down in isolation Train with your own body weight and get fitter - Mark Lauren shows how to do it[…]

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Vibration training - training basics and beginner exercises

Vibration training - training basics and beginner exercises

You can see them more and more often on the shelves of large department stores. But what exactly is a vibration platform? What is it suitable for and what exercises can be performed on a vibration platform? This time we expand our knowledge of the fundamentals of vibration training, look at some tips in dealing with the device and introduce the first exercises[…]

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The 7 biggest mistakes in chin-up training

The 7 biggest mistakes in chin-up training

Even with the training of supposedly easy pull-ups you can make mistakes. Till Sukopp explains the mistakes and gives tips for functional training. Avoiding the following 7 pull-up mistakes will make you safer, better trained, and make faster progress in chin-up training. The 7 biggest mistakes in chin-up training 1[…]

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Myth Fat burning - the most effective strategies

Myth Fat burning - the most effective strategies

The buzzword "fat burning" is on everyone's lips. After introducing you to the difference between burning fat and losing weight, we will once again present common misconceptions and tips on truly effective training strategies for reducing body fat through exercise. Burning Fat: Losing weight is usually associated with endurance training[…]

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Fat burning: save 1 kilogram of fat per week

Fat burning: save 1 kilogram of fat per week

Fat burning: Many diets promise miraculous weight loss in record time. But weight loss is not the same as fat loss. On the contrary, with most diets you lose water and muscle mass, which is why you weigh less afterwards. So what do you have to do to actually burn one kilogram of fat? A look at the nutrient table reveals: 1 gram of fat has a nutritional value of 9[…]

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Fat burning & body fat reduction - which training is most effective?

Fat burning & body fat reduction - which training is most effective?

What kind of training should one perform when the primary goals are fat burning and body fat reduction? Today under magnifying glass: endurance training and interval training! The best tips for your workout and your exercises at home! Endurance training and fat burning Surprisingly, many people are still convinced that moderate endurance training in the "fat burning area" is the optimum in terms of weight loss[…]

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Foam Rolling: The perfect complement to your workout

Foam Rolling: The perfect complement to your workout

Foam Rolling is a simple as well as helpful variant of the fascination training. Using a simple foam roller you stimulate your connective tissue, which makes your whole body more flexible and at the same time relaxes muscles and minimizes the risk of injury. No workout without rollout: a perfect team Kyle Stull is a luminary in the field of fascination training[…]

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Effective: make waves with the ropes

Effective: make waves with the ropes

After presenting the warm-up for ropes training in the last week, we are now starting to wave. Rope expert Eckhart Acker explains in the video how to do this effectively and where the difference between double wave and alternating waves lies. Here we go. After warming up we start wave training. First we start with the starting position[…]

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This is how you recognize and treat overtraining

This is how you recognize and treat overtraining

Recognize and treat overtraining. In professional sports, the experts see the biggest reserves in the area of ​​regeneration and recovery. This is an area that is mostly neglected in recreational and recreational sports. This often leads to overtraining. Regeneration and recovery during sports After eight, nine, ten or more hours, many people still go to the sport and get full power. Re[…]

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Outdated Abdominal Training: Forget about crunches

Outdated Abdominal Training: Forget about crunches

On the way to the six-pack? When you look into gyms, you always see a lot of ineffective, wrongly executed and sometimes dangerous exercises. One example is the countless abdominal exercises, especially in the form of crunches. Crunches are not recommended for most people. The crunches The most common abdominal exercise in weight training to date is the crunch, ie the rolling up of the upper body from the bottom position, whereby the lumbar spine remains on the ground[…]

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Outdoor Fitness: What is it?

Outdoor Fitness: What is it?

Outdoor Fitness conquers German cities. Bootcamps, Calisthenics Parks, Outdoor Fitness Courses: To get fitter, you do not need an expensive gym. Whether you are looking for '70s' fitness trails, modern boot camps or outdoor fitness circuits: in German parks and green spaces, more and more people are sweating for a better figure[…]

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How to get more pushups

How to get more pushups

Do you really want to learn push-ups and do many repetitions of the push-up exercise? The world record in push-ups is as much as 10, 507 repetitions in a row and was already set up in 1980 by the Japanese Minoru Yoshida. An incredible achievement. How many pushups do you do? You do not have to imitate the crazy record of Yoshida, but nevertheless there are good reasons to do push-ups on a regular basis and to improve yourself, because unlike dumbbell exercises you only train with your own body weight[…]

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Physiology: The structure and function of skeletal muscle

Physiology: The structure and function of skeletal muscle

Angi Peukert explains how the muscles are built, how the chemical processes in the muscles provide contractions, what contraction and muscle types are, and how different energy systems work. How is a muscle built? The structure of a muscle has a spindle-like shape, the upper and lower area thinner Muscle building is very complex[…]

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Home Exercise: Eight effective exercises for biceps, triceps and forearm

Home Exercise: Eight effective exercises for biceps, triceps and forearm

They are an eye-catcher in every T-shirt and immediately inform our environment: Here someone is doing sports! Trained arms are part of the summer - just like our "open air" home training ! Muscular arms: symbol of strength and security Our book tip on the topic! Get fit without tools Actually, a separate arm training is hardly necessary because our upper extremities are trained in all kinds of back, chest and shoulder exercises[…]

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