Two for one here. We have Foundation trainer Jen doing chest and back workouts
For the last anti-detox article we are going to look at how detox companies present their products and some of the tricks they use to add percieved value. Please read the comments on the pictures below. I have taken just one of many similar sites. I could have picked any but this was near the top of googles search.
We have already written at length and provided links to other articles and evidence as to why it is accepted 100% by the scientific community (including doctors, yes the same doctors you see when you have a real illness) that the human body cannot detoxify itself using cleanse drinks, fruit smoothies,, teas or any other magical drink. We have a liver, kidneys etc that is perfectly capable of detoxifying the body by itself.
‘Detoxing is nonsense,’ says British Dietetic Association spokesperson Rick Miller. ‘It’s a complete fallacy that the body needs to detox. Removal of waste products and toxins is a continuous process and we don’t need to periodically flush them out. The body does a perfectly good job of eliminating any substances on its own.’
The human race is expanding at an exponential rate. In order to maintain this rate of expansion changes have been made to the way in which we produce food.
Unfortunately many of these changes, although offering short term-solutions cause long-term problems. To further compound this problem as a species we have also become less active.
Body weight training has been around for centuries as a form of resistance training but did not appear on the trends survey until 2013 as it only became popular in gyms around the world over the last couple of years.
Even though body weight training uses minimum equipment, the effects on the body can provide maximum results such as weight loss, gains in strength, flexibility and overall health and fitness.