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  1. There have been numerous games that have proven to be extremely addictive. CS: GO and Dota were known to be among the most addictive multiplayer games out there and the gaming craze has now made its way to mobile phones. Mobile phones themselves have a record of being very addictive, whether it's for social networking or just killing time, these portable gadgets are a core part of our lives today. Since the launch of PUBG on Android and iOS, users have been known to get exceedingly attached to the game. Playing a multiplayer game with your friends takes this a level further. Addictions come from a lot of things and substance abuse has been leading the charts for centuries. Today, we have become victim to portable games like PUBG and Fornite. © Android Authority PUBG Mobile has been bringing out constant features and updates which can lead to anyone getting addicted to the game. New additions to the game include maps, guns, and even challenges. In an attempt to prove supremacy, we often forget that games are built to relieve stress, not add more. In a disturbing new development, a fitness trainer from Jammu has reportedly lost his mental balance after playing the game for 10 days. According to The Indian Express, the fitness trainer got addicted to the game and played it for nearly 10 days in a row. He had to be hospitalized after he started hitting himself with blows and caused significant injury. © BlueStacks "The patient is unstable at the moment and has partially lost his mental balance," a doctor (neurologist) treating him said in anonymity. The doctor further added that even though he was recognizing people, his mind was not very conscious and still under the influence of the game. The hospital sources claimed that it was the sixth similar case to be reported in the city. Doctors have appealed to the public to keep a close watch on children who are playing the game very intensively. There have been signs that those who are playing the game so intensively are often left ignored and not understood by their loved ones. © PUBG Corporation Jammu locals have appealed to the Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Satya Pal Malik to ban such “life-threatening” games in the state and the country as well. We all want to grab that Chicken Dinner but shouldn't forget that these are simply minor virtual pleasures of life and not worth being taken so seriously. Source: The Indian Express
  2. Fitness has become an in-trend profession nowadays, with every other kid in the street claiming to be a fitness expert. With fake YouTube subscribers, purchasable Instagram followers, and photoshop skills, a lot of these pseudo-experts easily get you trapped in their marketing gimmicks and steal your money. Taking away your money is one thing but harming your health is another. And when it comes to fitness, following wrong advice can easily land you in trouble related to your health. So here are some telltale signs that the fitness experts or gurus you are following maybe shit. 1. They Say Calories Do Not Count And It Is Old Science First things first, the rule of calories is derived from the laws of thermodynamics. There is a reason they are called laws and not the mythology of thermodynamics. It is the law, it holds universal truth. And there are enough and adequate studies and case studies that show that calorie restriction or energy balance is the primary component of weight loss. © Thinkstock 2. They Say Things Like Carbs Are Poison Carbohydrates are the primary source of fuel for the human body and though they may not be essential for survival, they do play a major role when it comes to performance. Saying things like they are poison and are killing you is outright retarded and stupid. This claim goes against the basic understanding of human metabolism. 3. They Are On Drugs And All Their Clients Are On Drugs When you do anabolic steroids, things become different. As a study had shown that the subjects who took steroids made 2x the gains without any training compared to a group who trained regularly for 10 weeks. So by injecting drugs into your body and building muscle do not have anything in relation with the knowledge you may have. There is actually a good chance that it will dumb you down as you will make progress irrespective of all the shit you do. Claiming you are an expert because you took a shortcut to grow muscle is like taking care of a sick person at home and saying that you are now a doctor. 4. They Make Bold Claims Without Backing It Up With Evidence A lot of these fake gurus at times make claims based on anecdotal evidence. Saying that so-and-so exists because I have experimented with on my clients and seen results are purely anecdotal. Especially if evidence suggests otherwise! For example, a fitness guru saying cut out carbs because it is making you fat. I cut out carbs from all my client's diets and they lost weight. The matter of the fact is that the clients lost weight because you cut out a food group altogether resulting in a caloric restriction. And there is evidence and studies done on weight-loss subjects that when calories and protein are matched, higher and lower carb diets provide similar weight loss results. Higher carb diets slightly outperforming the lower carb diets. But then if this 'guru' says that it is old science, maybe not a guru after all. © Unsplash 5. They Claim That They Know Some Secrets About Fat Loss Or Muscle Gain OH, COME ON! This is physiology and there are no secrets per se. They may have a secret. A secret concoction of drugs that they may be prescribing to their clients! But saying that their secrets go beyond science and are hidden gems is a pile of bullshit. Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company. He is regarded as someone who will make it easy for you to understand the process by putting things in the right context and providing science-based recommendations for natural bodybuilding. You can reach out to him at pratik@getsetgo.fitness and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.
  3. Back in 2017, we covered a few signs of trainers who suck at their job. Just like every year, I met more dumb trainers again throughout 2018 and here are more signs that will help you spot a fake trainer: 1. If You Are Not Sore, Your Workout Was A Failure Every time a client tells me how their trainer had made them believe that soreness is an indicator of an effective workout, I start to feel bad for the poor client. The reason is simple- instead of chasing strength or technique, the poor client starts chasing soreness. Due to this misconception, some trainers literally make them go through a torture, not a workout. Hundreds of bicep curls, push-ups and poor form squats and what not. If they ever tell you, 'no pain no gain' in the literal sense, you are better off doing away with him. Remember, progress towards your goal- general health, fat loss, better body or strength are signs of a good workout, not soreness. © Thinkstock Images 2) Disregards Your Schedule Some trainers really push the 'exercise regularly' too far. They start preaching living in the extremes like 'oh you are wasting time if not coming to the gym every day'. 'Morning cardio and evening weights' and things like that. And if you show your inability to be in the gym that frequently, he tells you not to expect any results. A training plan is always designed based on the sessions a person can perform weekly. That can range anywhere from 3-4 days a week for most. 3) He Body Shames You The negative way to make you take action is never the way out. It only shatters the client`s confidence and makes him feel guilty even if he's putting in work. As a result, they simply quit and start thinking 'maybe the trainer is correct'. Or in other cases, they start hating the trainer. I personally had a female client who changed her trainer as she was always body shamed in every session. 4) They Have No Logical Answer To Your Questions As a client, you have every right to ask your trainer that why has he recommended a particular schedule/supplement/nutrition protocol. And if they are legit and smart, they will answer you happily. While a bad trainer will only take offence and would get back by saying- 'do it because I said so' and 'nobody ever asks me why'. © Pixabay 5) They Are On Their Phone Most Of The Time While Training You On The Floor Well, this wasn`t true for bad trainers back in the 90s or early 2000s. But this is true in this smartphone-obsessed generation we are living in. I see this all the time on the floor. Trainers put the client on a machine and get glued to their phone, completely turning a blind eye on how the client in performing the exercise. You need to be 100% there with the client while training them, giving them more cues to lift better, correcting their form if wrong or simply for the sake of pushing them harder. Alright, folks! Make sure you share this article with a friend or family and let us know in comments section if their trainer was doing any of the above things. Daman Singh is an internationally certified sports Nutritionist and an athlete competes in Strongman and powerlifting without the aid of Anabolics .He also runs a YouTube channel named :- SIKHSPACK and you can follow him on Instagram and trains Drug free population .
  4. From a wide variety of supplements in the market, not everything on the shelf is what you need. Here are top 5 most inessential supplements in the market which don't really need to be consumed to see results. 1. Mass Gainers The most convenient supplement suggested by trainers for skinny people. In reality, it's just a sugar filled tub that will surely get you fat real quick. Most companies fill up the gainers with low quality protein and multiple ingredients that don't really matter. Since it's humanly not possible to put on more than 1-5 kilos of muscle in a year, what you actually put on is simply fat. Basically they are nothing but fat gainers. © Thinkstock 2. Pre Workouts⯠Have you ever felt that kick after you take the pre workouts? It's nothing but a caffeine rush which causes hyper activity within the brain. Addiction of pre-workout supplements can cause bad sleep quality, insomnia and lot more. Though you shouldn't start your lifting journey right with consuming pre-workout, you can add them later on. Make sure you restrict to a scoop on the days you feel beat down. 3. Testosterone Boosters “THESE PILLS THIS WILL HELP YOU GROW MORE MUSCLE” One word answer- bullshit! Most T-boosters aren't T boosters but are just libido enhancers. You will witness better erections and get tricked into thinking that your testicles are producing more testosterone. That's exactly what not happens! © Thinkstock 4. Fat Burners⯠This term sounds so soothing, but it won't suit your body. All those models you see taking fat burning pills are competitive athletes. They use them to get rid of the last of ounces of water they are holding right before stepping on stage. If you are anywhere between 20-40% body-fat, burners are not for you. You will sweat and piss like crazy, feel dizzy and lethargic at times and some can even cause heart burns. 5. Branch Chain Amino Acids Many of us take BCAAs thinking that this supplement will give us sustained energy and help muscle recovery. But very recent researches have proven that if your protein intake is at par with what you really need, you don't need to supplement with aminos. Just focus on your daily protein intake. Helius is one of Mumbai's most promising fitness professionals and part time kettle bell lecturer. His knowledge on nutrition and trainer soft skills management is well recognized. To know more about him CLICK HERE, and mail your queries about fitness to heliusd@hotmail.com.
  5. Ever heard the term 'Gym Bro'? If you haven't, then let me give you a brief description about this misinformed breed. A gym bro is a guy who thinks that he knows all the science of bodybuilding, nutrition and supplementation and goes on giving random advice to everybody in the gym based on his personal bro science experience. What's ironic is the fact that most of these gym bros go on to become 'gym trainers'. This is a breed that you really need to stay away from if you want to make real progress in your results. Here are 5 stupid things that almost every desi gym trainer does. 1) Performing Cardio Before Weight Training So some people out there think that if they perform cardio before their weight training, their body will burn fat during weight training. This is absolute bullshit and is even counterproductive for your goal of a lean physique or fat loss. If you perform a long session of cardiovascular exercise, your body will lose majority of its strength before you even start lifting weights. Consequently, you will lift lesser weights than what otherwise you would lift if you began your training with the weights. You should lift as much as possible irrespective of the fact that you're bulking up or cutting. Lifting lesser weights is only going to make you weak by declining your strength. So don't fall prey to this bullshit protocol. © Youtube 2) Sipping BCAA Unnecessarily Between Sets This is a very common sight in almost all the gyms these days. No matter if the guy is an absolute beginner, you will still find him sipping the flavored BCAA supplement in between the sets. I've even seen people lifting a 5-pound dumbbell and taking BCAA for recovery. Trust me guys, BCAA supplements are the most overhyped supplements out there. Your body does not need any BCAA supplementation separately if your protein intake is on point and you had a good pre-workout meal. 3) Having Protein Shakes Immediately After Workout You must've seen people rushing towards their gym bag to grab the shaker that contains their protein powder in it. They don't waste even a single minute after completing the last rep of their weight training. They are afraid that if they delayed their protein intake even by a second they might lose a few pounds of their muscles. Guys, the so-called 'Anabolic Window' is not for a couple of minutes. Studies have shown that even if you consume your whey protein up to half an hour post your workout, it will still have the same effects. So you don't really have to rush to grab that shaker. © Fitlife 4) Not Performing Basic Stretching Stretching (both pre and post workout) has an important role to play in your overall flexibility of the body. You must have seen people complaining about being sore all the time and how their body has become too stiff over the course of time. This happens due to lack of stretching exercise in the workout routine. Everybody likes the pump in the muscle but nobody cares to stretch them after that pump. This makes them stiff over time and also more susceptible towards injury. Stretching is as important as your weight training if your goal is to be fit. 5) Performing 'Fancy' Functional Moves A few of you might get butt hurt after reading this, but the concept of the term 'functional movement' has been taught to you guys incorrectly. I am sure you have this notion that performing a pistol squat on a bosu ball is a functional movement while doing a barbell curl is not, right? Well, you're absolutely wrong here. Functional training is any training that makes you more functional for doing your daily chores. I am sure that majority of your daily chores are performed on a stable surface and not on a bosu ball. This is the reason why barbell curls are more functional than pistol squats on a bosu ball; after all, you have better chances of performing a curl movement during your entire day. Anuj Tyagi is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist From American Council on Exercise (ACE) . He is the Founder of the website where he provides online Training. Though a Chartered Accountant by education, he has been closely associated with Fitness Industry since 2006. His motto is to transform people Naturally and he believes that the secret formula for Fitness is Consistency and commitment towards your Training and Nutrition. You can connect with him through Facebook and Youtube.
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