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Salute e Fitness
Men's Fitness UK

Men's Fitness UK February 2017

Men's Fitness is for men who want to get more out of their lives and celebrates an upbeat, optimistic, pro-active lifestyle. Men's Fitness recognizes that mental and emotional fitness is vital to balanced living and aims to offer active and aspirational men - entertainment, information and inspiration.

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1 minuti
new year, new you

The best thing about the start of a new year is the opportunity it offers to wipe the slate clean and start afresh. We say we’ll go to the gym more and the pub less. We’ll eat more salad and less pizza. We’ll get that promotion and save more money and start to live the fitter, healthier and happier life we deserve. The trouble is that, most years, most people find their attempts to turn their lives around are a distant memory come the end of January. This year is going to be different, because you’ve already made the single best life-improving decision possible by picking up this mag. Inside is all the advice and insight you need to make and maintain the healthier habits that will have a positive impact…

2 minuti
instant fit tips

1 Spice up your coffee to burn fat faster Want to burn belly fat all day long? Sprinkle cinnamon in your black coffee. The spice regulates your blood sugar levels to prevent mid-morning cravings for biscuits. Like that? We’ve got another 100 fat-loss tips. Find out more p69 2 Walk to fix your work-life balance The balance of hours we spend at work and time having fun has never been so lopsided. But a 30-minute walk at lunch makes you more productive, so you can always clock out on time. And turn off your phone’s app alerts too. Find out more p15 3 Buy better booze to avoid a hangover If you’re not ready to turn your back on the bottle but want to feel better the morning after, then splash the cash on a good bottle…

1 minuti
take it outside

1% Forced indoors by bad weather? Set the treadmill incline to 1% – this helps you burn as many calories as running outdoors, according to the Journal Of Sports Sciences One effective way to make 2017 your fittest year ever is to get out and start pounding the pavements. You could run on the gym’s treadmills, true – but if you want to lose weight, get fitter and feel happier faster then the great outdoors is where you need to be. Research from the University of Exeter has found that road runners burn more calories when running at the same speed than treadmill runners, mainly because of the wind resistance they encounter. And additional research found that exercising outside, especially in green environments, made people feel more positive and more energised, with…

1 minuti
torch fat in your trainers

Running can be great for your physical and mental health, but if you want it to be a legitimate fat-torching workout you need to train smarter. That means that your runs, whether in the gym or outside, must be short and intense to elevate your heart rate so you leave your comfort zone well behind you. Try these three sessions by elite runner and coach Shaun Dixon ( and burn fat faster. HIIT SESSION High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a structured run during which you alternate between different intensities. You maintain a set pace (fast, moderate or slow) for a set amount of time. After a 10-minute warm-up, try alternating 30 seconds of moderate, then fast and then slow running. As you get fitter increase the fast spells and reduce the recovery…

1 minuti
stave off a stroke with fresh oranges

Eating more foods rich in vitamin C, like oranges and other citrus fruit, can protect you from one of the most deadly types of strokes. A deficiency in this important antioxidant – which is also found in abundance in red peppers and strawberries – is a risk factor for haemorrhagic strokes alongside high blood pressure, drinking and obesity, according to the American Academy of Neurology. Unlike most mammals, humans can’t synthesise vitamin C so it must be consumed through our diet. The NHS advises adults to consume 40mg of the vitamin a day – because it can’t be stored, you need to replenish your levels daily. Want to lose fat and build muscle? Cutting calories by 40%, while still eating lots of protein, could be the fastest way, according to a…

3 minuti
get a work-life balance

1 Start the day with a to-do list As soon as you get to work, write a daily to-do list with your top priority first. Subjects who do so have better powers of memory and recall than those who don’t, according to the Journals Of Gerontology, meaning they’re more likely to get them done. And use a pen and paper, not your computer or an app: research from the University of Stavanger in Norway found that writing by hand instead of tapping it out with just your fingers makes what you write more memorable. 2 Go for a walk during lunch If you’re swamped and not expecting to do more than eat a sandwich at your desk at lunchtime, make time to get out and go for a walk. Research published in the…