Tanita Lifestyle Blog

Overtraining: the symptoms and how to recover
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Effective exercise needs a balance of focussed effort and recovery. If you are working hard towards a big race or trying to significantly increase your running distance, this balance might be disrupted and you might be at risk of overtraining.

In this blog we look at signs of overtraining, what you can do to recover and get back on track.
Tanita Quick Fit 15 workout: Weight training at h
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Home Training During Corona Lockdown

During the COVID-19 pandemic can be tough, but taking the time to put yourself and your health first, is important. Access to outdoor and traditional aerobic exercise might be limited for you, so perhaps lockdown is the time for you to consider starting some weight training at home?

What is resting metabolic rate?
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Resting metabolic rate (RMR) is the amount of energy the body burns during rest and the measurement is sometimes used as a benchmark for how efficiently your metabolism is working.

If you are focussed on maintaining or developing your fitness, you might be wondering what is a good resting metabolic rate and whether you should be trying to improve yours.

How important is water for health?
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We spend a lot of time thinking about what we eat, trying to eat the ‘right’ things and worrying about eating the ‘wrong’ things, but is how much water we drink, actually more important? In this blog, we are looking at why we need water for health.  

Best bathroom scales 2020: body monitors to summo
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Best bathroom scales 2020. The best body monitor scales to measure your weight, body fat, BMI, resting metabolism, visceral fat and even cardio health.
What's the best time to weigh yourself?
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It is tempting to step onto your scale as soon as you wake up, but we all dehydrate as we sleep and so you will not get accurate readings first thing in the morning. We recommend you measure before your evening meal and after emptying your bladder.
What are macronutrients?
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Macronutrients make up the foods we eat. Most foods contains a mix of one or more macronutrients and classified by the macronutrient it has the most of.
Can Tracking Your Cycle May Improve Your Athletic
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New research on the menstrual cycle and female athletic performance has uncovered patterns in performance and hormone levels.

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