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Benefits Of HIIT Yoga Fusion

                                                      (Photo credit: If you know anything about HIIT or high-intensity interval training, you know that you only need to do 20 minutes a day to see results. Unfortunately, most HIIT workouts include sprints or burpees which can be uncomfortably hard and demotivating to want to get started. Typically people who don't do yoga might think it's only restorative and not a form of "real" exercise. However, that simply isn't true. Yoga provides several payoffs including upper and lower body strength, and toning of the butt and thigh muscles.  Physical aspects aside, yoga can also reduce migraine headaches, lower back pain, less sleepless nights, and better sex. HIIT yoga prevents joint damage and pain associated with regular HIIT workouts. Most HIIT yoga fusion workouts implement plyometric exercises such as jump lunges with your sun salutations to blast calories. Be expected to do the work if you want to burn f

What To Eat On The Fertility Diet

                                      (Photo credit: ) Many women struggle with getting pregnant due to several factors including age and fertility. In 1976, researchers performed a study on female patients between the ages of 30-55. The study required the women to adjust their diets in a way that increased ovulation thus improving their chances of getting pregnant. The diet focused on consuming plant proteins, whole grains, and "good" fats which improved the patient's egg supply. The females who stuck to a diet of red meat, soda, and "bad" fats showed a higher risk of infertility by producing fewer eggs.  How To Follow The Fertility Diet The diet is backed by research with 10-steps that help boost fertility especially, in women who suffer from fibroids, ovulation disorders, damaged fallopian tubes, polycystic ovary syndrome (POS), uterine polyps, immune disorders, and endometriosis. The goal of the fertility diet is to stick to plant-based proteins