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Exercise of the Week: Burpee
The Burpee is a popular functional fitness exercise incoporated into athletic training,CrossFit, HIIT,circuits and other exercise formats. It causes the body to burn more fat through the aerobic and anaerobic pathways when used in high intensity formats. Beginners to high intensity training should be cautious as this type of exercise can make you throw up when performed longer than your body is used to. I usually have newbies leave out the vertical jump for a couple of sessions to help the body to adjust. Advanced exercisers may add a pushup or weights, weighted ball, or BOSU held bubble-side down. There are more variations available.
Picture from www.menshealth.com.sg.
Food of the Week: Radish
Radishes, a root vegetable, grow through the majority of the year. This makes them available in the stores year around! These gems only have 16 calories for 100 grams. They have anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties while providing potassium, vitamin C, folate, fiber, manganese, copper, magnesium, calcium, vitamin B6, riboflavin and sodium. The health benefits of radishes are impressive because they help reduce jaundice, piles, leucoderma, skin disorders, cancer, kidney diseases, respiratory disorders, relieve insect bites, aid in weight loss, and aid the processes of the liver and gall bladder. With all of this in these juicy red treats, who wouldn't want them? Eat up!
Picture and info by http://www.med-health.net/Health-Benefits-Of-Radishes.html.
May you have a blessed week!