Juicing For Health And Weight Loss

“Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not something to be waited for, but rather something to be achieved.”

William Jennings Bryan

Juice Fast

Did you try a one day fast?

To really feel the benefits of a fast, you must actually do it yourself.

Why not try a one day fast this week?

Find out which “one day fast” is best for you.

Which Fast will help you best clean your body?

  • The water fast;
  • The one raw fruit/one raw vegetable fast;
  • A juice fast;
  • An herbal tea fast.

Fresh pressed juice Fast

  • Fresh raw fruit juice
  • Fresh raw vegetable juice
  • Fresh raw herbal juice

Juicing

Juicing freshly, organically grown, fruits and vegetables as well as herbs could be compared to a rich and concentrated nutrients blood transfusion.

In no time the nutrients enter the blood stream.

It is especially beneficial to people who have difficulties eating fresh vegetables.

It is very important to juice organically grown products which are richer in nutrients and contain no toxins, no chemical fertilizers, no pesticides or other poisons.

We want to benefit from the fast, not add more toxins to our body.

You will reap the most benefits from freshly squeezed juice.

There will be no nutrients loss if you drink the juice as soon as it is squeezed. (Nutrients loss occur when juice is stored, as well as when it is exposed to oxygen.)

Plants and vegetables are our best healing friends. Since the down of times they have been use for health, vitality and longevity.

Never add sugar or any sweetener to fresh juice.

This would undermine the goodness of the juice.

Drink the juice slowly.

Drink at least 4 glasses of juice and 4 glasses of water during a day fast.

Fresh Raw Fruit Juice

Freshly squeezed raw fruit are delicious and refreshing.

They may also have a high content of sugar. Better refrain from those rich in sugar if you want to lose weight.

Better use fruits that are high in beta-carotene such as: cantaloupe, mango and apricots.

Juice can be diluted: half water + half juice.

Some people find citrus fruits juice too acidic.

Juice for better bowel movement:

2 pitted dried prunes soaked in a glass of water.

You can blend the prunes and the water together.

Juice 2 apples and one pear together.

Add the juice to the prune juice, stir well and enjoy the drink.

Fresh Raw Vegetable Juice

My favorite health cocktail to help the body detoxification:

juice 4 carrots, 1 apple, 2 celery ribs, ½ a cup wheatgrass or parsley together.

The carrots and the apple will sweeten this juice naturally.

My favorite summer drink:

refreshing cucumber juice

Fresh Raw Herbal Juice

Wheatgrass is very rich in nutrients, especially chlorophyll and antioxidants.

It is nature’s gift to help detoxify the body.

If wheatgrass is not available, try parsley.

The juice of Wheatgrass and parsley are very healthy but not very palatable.

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Cluster Training: The Athlete’s Size and Strength Edge

All sport coaches would like big, strong athletes and most combative athletes want to be big and strong. However, most athletes and coaches run into a problem when training for both size and strength at the same time. The longer an athlete trains; usually they begin to hit a plateau with their current routine. They increase the volume (an increase in sets) or they increase the intensity (percentage of 1 repetition maximum, not perceived muscular discomfort), however they do not do both. Volume training is great for increasing muscle mass, and increasing strength-endurance, however it is not an effective method for stimulating neural (strength) gains.

Muscle mass is generally stimulated by neural gains. The higher the athlete’s maximal strength levels, the higher the intensity used in repetition exercises can be used. Another problem coaches and athletes run into with neural training is the rest intervals must be higher in intensity training for recovery of the neural system (CNS).

The problem is in the old saying, a trainee can train hard (intensity) or train long (volume) but cannot do both. Some coaches, such as T-Nation’s Chad Waterbury have proposed using a low(er) intensity 75-85% bracket and increasing the volume to accommodate this intensity bracket and a decrease in the rest intervals (i.e. 10 sets of 3 with a 6 repetition maximum, with 60 seconds rest intervals). While this is an excellent method and I am not putting it down, I feel there is a better way to work in a higher intensity bracket (80% to 100%) and utilize sufficient volume to increase both size AND strength!

Generally, novice athletes and trainees can make fantastic gains within the 60-70% intensity bracket, usually working their way to 80%. This 80% threshold rule is that strength generally is stimulated above this percentage and this usually calls for a decrease in sets and an increase in rest intervals. So our method will be working above this 80% threshold in every scenario.

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Cluster training is not a new concept; in fact most Olympic weightlifters use this method without knowing it! Some very well know authors have done much to bring this powerful method to light such as Charles Poliquin, Christian Thibaudeau, and Mike Mahler to name a few. Olympic weightlifters must drop the weight to the ground after each repetition; this is followed by a short pause, and another repetition. Most Olympic weightlifters outside of the super-heavy weight division sport tremendously muscular, athletic physiques to go along with their incredible strength!

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