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Measuring carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in your body may seem like an unusual way to track your diet and fitness progress, but it can actually be quite useful. CO2 levels can indicate how well your body is processing and metabolizing food, which can give you insight into your body’s overall health and energy levels. When...
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New Year's resolutions are a popular tradition for many people around the world. At the start of each year, people often set goals for themselves in various areas of their lives, including fitness. But does making New Year's resolutions actually determine success in fitness? While setting specific goals and targets can be a helpful way...
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Eccentric overload training on the Oxefit, also known as negative training, is a type of resistance training that focuses on the eccentric, or lowering, phase of a movement. This type of training can be effective for both weight loss and toning. During eccentric training, the muscles are under tension while they are lengthening, which can...
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