Pain is a fact of life, and for most of us, painkillers accompany that fact. Without a good dose of side effect-riddled drugs like ibuprofen, paracetamol, or aspirin, we’d be at the whims of our arthritis pains, blinding headaches and worse, right? Not necessarily. There are cures for practically any common pain hidden in our supermarket aisles and pantry shelves, in our gardens and pots — we just have to use them.
Most people despise the idea of waking up early – the general consensus seems to be that sleeping in is the most tempting thing in the world, and that “morning people” are rarity, an abnormality to be feared and hissed at. But to wake up early – and then work out?! Preposterous. Insane. Maddening. Or at least, that’s what everyone thinks.
Let’s discuss the differences between slow and fast twitch muscles. These are two separate types of muscle fibers in the body, each matched to motor neurons in your nervous system. When you perform exercises that require a great deal of strength, fast-twitching Type II muscle fibers are called into action by your nervous system to carry the brunt of the force.