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Team #PhysiqueGlobal is searching for a full-time Administrative Executive, based out of Mumbai. An experienced professional, with great communication and administrative skills. The job profile majorly entails managerial responsibilities along with research-based work. The individual must also be open to travelling across the country. If you believe you’re suitable for the role, then feel free to share your resume with us at Jyo@jagchima.com

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DOES LIFTING WEIGHTS STUNT YOUR GROWTH?
We all want to start our lifting journey as early as possible in our lives, with many of us aspiring to be like our favorite superheroes, wrestlers, or bodybuilders.
But the circulating belief is that lifting when you’re young, especially as a teen going through puberty, it might end up stunting your growth.
This belief grew common possibly from mothers reading an uninformed magazine article on weightlifting or that jealous friend that think lifting weights is a dumb idea.
So, what’s the rationale behind this belief?
During adolescence, long bones, such as bones in your legs, have small hyaline cartilages known as epiphyseal plates connected to each end. These plates increase the length of your bones through proliferation of ossifying cells we call chondrocytes.
This multiplying process is what makes your bones longer and you taller.
The concern here is that if you apply a heavy external force, like lifting weights, onto these epiphyseal ‘growth’ plates, you damage the chance for your chondrocytes cells to grow, cutting potential height growth.
But, what does the research actually say?
Well… nothing really, because there isn’t any.
In fact, some studies even suggest that weightlifting might help you grow instead, because of the increase we see in certain growth-promoting
hormones.
The only time there is a connection between lifting weights and stunting growth is when injuries are involved due to improper lifting technique.
So, for you young kids that aspire to be the next Arnold or WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, pumping iron can be okay, just make sure you do right and do it safely!

Take a stand for what you have made and what you have achieved.

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GARLIC THE SUPERFOOD.
The term “superfood” is often overused, given to foods that don’t necessarily deserve it.
Based on the current research, it seems that garlic might be stepping up to the superfood podium soon.
Garlic, as you may know, is an immensely popular food commonly used as seasoning for its distinctly imposing flavor. However, not often do we speak of its health benefits.

One study found that consuming two grams of garlic cloves was associated with a 385% increase of circulating nitric oxide. Nitric oxide has been shown to promote vasodilation, increasing blood flow and oxygen to smooth muscles, and possibly improving nutrient delivery to your skeletal muscles.

In turn, it potentially improves exercise performance and muscle recovery.

It’s also known to be a general anti-cancer protein for its stimulation of the immune system to help slow down cancer cell proliferation.

Garlic has also been shown to reduce blood pressure for hypertensive subjects.

This can be huge benefit for those at risk of high blood pressure.

But perhaps the most consistently significant benefit of garlic is reducing total cholesterol.

Further research found that garlic is particularly the “bad” cholesterol.

If you do start eating garlic more often,

just be care of the power of your… breath.

Obstacles don’t have to stop you. Workaround them and find a way.

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THE ART OF FOAM ROLLING

You’ve seen it. That person in the corner of the gym with a foam roller busting out some rather creative positions.
The popularity has grown, and we have dabbled with the art of foam rolling and find it quite pleasing, albeit painful at times.

But what is the evidence exactly on foam rolling?

Does it have any benefit?
The goal of SMR and foam rolling is to put pressure on your muscle and fascia, which is the connective tissue that permeates the muscle.
Doing so might release deformities in the fascia or muscle fibres, release supposed trigger points, and improve blood flow.
At least, that’s one belief. There have been many kinds of research that I’ve tried to understand the actual benefits of it.
One study found that combining foam rolling with static stretching improved hip range of motion twice as much as just stretching alone.
Fascinatingly, rolling the bottom of the foot with a tennis ball ended up improving hamstring flexibility.
Even more astounding was that foam rolling one leg actually benefited ankle mobility of the opposite leg!
Unfortunately, as much as it doesn’t hurt performance, foam rolling doesn’t really help it neither, at least when it comes to foam rolling before exercise.
What it did find, however, was that it might indirectly aid in performance by improving recovery and soreness.
Some pointers, a foam rolling session should last at least 10 to 20 minutes after workout.
It’s also best to foam roll at least 10 minutes before exercise to reap acute mobility benefits.
Make sure to target each muscle at least once for 10 to 20 seconds.
But there we have it.
The research is in, and so far, foam rolling, or self-myofascial release in general, can be quite a game changer in the fitness world.

So why not treat yourself to a nice… clean self-massage so you can treat yourself to some more of that sweet ol gains!

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