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What the duck is Sports Nutrition?

Nutrition is one thing what the duck is sports nutrition? Sports nutrition as the name suggests is for people who practice sports seriously.  It could help professional sportsmen also recreational…

5 reasons why? I should eat food like medicine

Food is the biggest temptation. Food is the biggest reason for major crimes in the world. Food is the biggest motivation. Food is the biggest indulgence. The smell of butter…

Sugar: A slow poison

The extremity of any kind is bad. Similarly, Excess sugar consumption can have negative health effects, such as contributing to the development of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and tooth decay.…

Tai Chi: The Art of War and balance

What is Tai Chi? The best way to define Tai Chi, a type of Chinese martial art, is as “concentration in motion.”  It’s like a slow-motion dance that enhances both your physical and mental well-being while assisting you in discovering your inner Zen. The focus of Tai Chi is on smooth, fluid motions that are intended to improve relaxation, balance, and  coordination, as opposed to other martial arts that emphasise punching and kicking.  It’s like watching a bunch of people move slowly while listening to calming spa music. You must have heard the famous quote Still water runs deep. Yet, Tai Chi is a rigorous workout that can help you gain more strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health. Don’t be fooled by the leisurely pace.  It’s similar to engaging in a sequence of gentle workouts while also engaging in mindfulness and meditation. One of the best things about Tai Chi is that anyone, from young children to older adults, of any age or fitness level may practise it.  It’s like a family-friendly fitness class that everyone in the family can participate in, regardless of how flexible or active they are. Those who suffer from ailments like…

HEAD OVER HEELS: Running is a mind game: Really?

A Head over heels moment isn’t it? Literally, as the name suggests, Running is a mind game. Just like you walk on your heel with your head upright. Yet, head…

Kunashni Parikh:Sports Psychologist

Kunashni Parikh  Clinical & Sport Psychologist, Neuroscience Expert M.A. Clinical Psychology  ( SNDT Women’s  University, Mumbai ) Class Topper in Psychotherapy and Counselling Clinical Assessment at J.J. Hospital Mumbai and…

Sports injury V/s Sports Nutrition! Offence V/s Defence

What is a Sports Injury? Sports injury is an injury that occurs during playing or training for a sport. Sports injuries can happen due to multiple reasons, overtraining, lack of…

Shreesha Gijare: Sports & Exercise Nutritionist

Shreesha Gijare – Co-founder – SVC Nutrition clinic ( Hyderabad) Have been practicing as a dietician for over 14 years. Have consulted many non athletes, professional athletes and hospitals. Masters…