Everyday Fitness
This category is your one stop place for all Fitness.

Ever wonder if some diets are really safe? Or how you can excel at sports? Get the lowdown on healthy eats, dieting, strength training, eating disorders, steroids.

You will see A variety of fitness and sports nutrition topics and resources from organizations and institutes that specialize in sports medicine and exercise science research.
Flexibility is the movement available at our joints, usually controlled by the length of our muscles. This is often thought to be less important than strength, or cardiovascular fitness. However, if we are not flexible our movement decreases and joints become stiff.

Flexibility in sports allows us to perform certain skills more efficiently, for example, a gymnast, dancer or diver must be highly flexible, but it is also important in other sports to aid performance and decrease the risk of injury.
Strength is vitally important, not only in sports but in day-to-day life. We need to be strong to perform certain tasks, such as lifting heavy bags or using our legs to stand up from a chair. Strength is defined as the ability of a muscle to exert a force to overcome a resistance.

Strength is important for our health as it enables us to:

Avoid injuries
Maintain good posture
Remain independent (in older age)

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