Health & Fitness in the news – 06/09/2011

 

Exercise and Industry

1. Sebastian Coe awarded key spot at IMSPA
Inside the Games

Sebastian Coe has been awarded the position of companion at the new Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (IMSPA), in recognition of his significant contribution to the UK’s sports and physical activity industry, particularly his role in London’s Olympic and Paralympic bid and his subsequent work as chair of London 2012.

Inside the Games

2. How to Fight Diabetes? Five Ways That Make You 80 Percent Safer
International Business Times

People following healthy lifestyle factors, such as healthy diet, regular exercise, maintaining a normal body weight, not over-consuming alcohol and not smoking, can cut the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 80 percent over a period of 11 years, said a new analysis.

International Business Times

Health & Lifestyle

1. Couch potatoes are missing exercise gene
The Telegraph

While people may think they are lazy, in reality there may be fundamental flaws in their genetic make-up. Researchers working on mice on mice removed two genes in muscle essential for exercise and then found they could not do as much as their healthy counterparts. The genes control the protein AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK), an enzyme that is switched on when you exercise.

The Telegraph

2. Gain Muscle and Eliminate Fat: Tips On How To Strip Every Ounce Of Lard Of Your Body Fast
Article Desk

It is a fact that having those love handles and that beer belly as well as those man boobs can be quite embarrassing. If you want a body that you can be proud of and a body that you can show off whenever you are at the beach, then you may want to start working out.

Article Desk