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What is more Important for a Healthy Life Style, Sleep or Workout?

A Good Sleep is extremely important for the body. Experts recommend 8-9 hours of sleep per night to ensure long-term health. Sleep maintains mental and physical health, helps your body recover, and strengthens your immune system.
A Good night sleep helps your body regenerate.
Lack of sleep can lead to weight gain! Experts have found that inadequate sleep can increase the production of the hunger hormone ghrelin. This can lead to cravings for unhealthy, fatty foods.
The more you workout, the better you sleep!
Regular exercise can improve the quality of your sleep. A study examined the impact of exercising time on sleep quality.What it found was that people who exercise in the morning tend to sleep better. The participants of the study who worked out at 7 a.m. in the morning were able to sleep longer and more deeply than those who worked out between 1 and 7 p.m.
Enough sleep and healthy exercise are both important if you want to continue to stay healthy for a long time. Both Sleep and Wor…

Reasons why you should never skip a Leg Day!

No one really looks forward to leg day. Of course, there are some exceptions, but for the majority, it’s a necessary evil.
Following are some reasons why you should never skip a Leg Day:
You will Build more Muscle: Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is naturally produced in your body and plays a key role in the health of men, helping increase the growth of muscle mass and strength. Compound moves, such as squats and deadlifts, which use large muscle groups, help elevate your T-levels.
Better Running Performance:Well-trained legs not only give you a strong back and core, but they also provide you with the stability you need for good running form. A strong lower body will help you in other sports as well, like swimming or cycling – both excellent forms of cross-training for runners.
You will Burn more Calories: Your leg muscles are the biggest muscle group in your body. The more you train them, the more energy is needed to move them, which means your body will have to burn more calorie…