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The only "Art of Relaxation" guide you need to read

  Relaxation is an art. People are so tensed these days that they can't relax. When we think about relaxation, it sounds like “just close your eyes and sleep” to us. But, for most people, deep relaxation is very hard. The biggest obstacle in relaxation is the state of turmoil that people are continuously in with their muscles still twitching. I do not know how many problems from physical problems (like cramps, tightness) to mental problems (like stress, depression) happen just because people are unable to release their tension and relax properly. Today we will talk about two very simple techniques that could help you relax explicitly. They are very basic techniques but over time, we have completely lost control over them. Breathing:   You might be thinking that this sounds like something everybody does. Yes, everybody breathes but a very negligible amount of people does it properly. Next time when you are worried about something, notice your breathing pattern, you will realize

Five fundamental Rules you can't afford to ignore when you are aiming for that Greek God Physique

 You must have seen the statues of Greek Gods like Zeus, Poseidon, and others. All have that well-built proportional physique which could make even the fittest of guys feel insecure around them. But is it something that only genetically gifted guys could enjoy? Nope, anyone could build strong lean visible muscles with smart and hard work combined. I will not give you that pep talk to motivate you to hit the gym harder but today I will talk about how to hit the gym smarter. Well, you might have already heard about eat clean, sleep 8 hours, drink water, etc. So, I would not be talking about basic stuff like these. Perform Compound Lifts:   The exercises could basically be divided into two broad categories: a.     Compound lifts b.    Isolation lifts The compound lifts (bench press, squats, deadlifts, military press, pull ups, rows) as the name implies hit more than one muscle group at the time. While isolation exercises (bicep curl, triceps extensions, etc) are only specific mu