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The most common problem is shifting of 'navel ball', it can be easily felt by gently pressing thumb on navel (Caution - examine only in the morning with empty stomach to avoid more complexities), This ball is actually a vein, if you're feeling movement of vein in center of navel then everything is alright but in case it is around(up,down,left or right) navel ...


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For weight loss, your first culprit will be your diet, specifically calorie intake. Exercise is good for your health, and there's evidence that it allows to be healthy eating a wider variety of foods, but unless you're training for hours each day, you're better off looking at what you're eating and how much. I would bet that if you noted down everything that ...


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With weight training, find a program (I do 5/3/1) and follow it exactly. In other words, you find a program (there are many, many programs), be honest about your lifting numbers, and progress just as it says from there. With cardio, no more than an hour really makes sense - you have to live a little, and pumping away on a treadmill for more than an hour ...


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This is fairly similar to a question I had answered here: Which exercise program is better for fat loss? To start, keep in mind (as another user had answered in the linked question) your diet is your key factor. So regardless of your choice, it is how and what you eat that will determine your results. As someone who is already fit and wants to add muscles, ...


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I think you've already hit the pros of this, as is expected. The cons are going to revolve more around the restitution phase your muscles are going to need if you plan on making any gains at all from this. You have to keep in mind that it's during rest that your muscles get bigger and stronger. So long as you allow for adequate rest, and adequate ...


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The body has feedback mechanisms to regulate the weight by adjusting the metabolic rate, but they only kick in when you are exercising hard almost every day. You just need to become fit enough to be able to run at least 10 km every day at a pace of at least 12 km/h. Once you are fit enough to do this level of cardio exercise, you'll find that eating even ...


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First off, rid yourself of the "I could eat anything in any amount" mindset. You couldn't, and here's why; In order to gain weight, it's a simple case of eating more calories than you spend. A lot of people say "oh, I can eat 4 helpings of taco, and I won't gain any weight". Well, for the trained eye, this resolves into "he ate a lot there and then, but ...



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