Training Principles For Women

Author: Utsav Agrawal ,INFS Alumni and Visiting Faculty ABSTRACT: Keywords: Female, training, principles, anatomy, resistance It’s no secret that men and women are vastly different creatures but then why should women train like men? Let’s understand about these training principles for women. Woman can do more! Studies suggests that since women have proportionally larger type … Continue reading Training Principles For Women

The Metabolic War

Author :Akshita Arora INFS Faculty Key points: Women have lower Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR), Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) and basal fat oxidation as compared to the men. Metabolic adaptation is quicker in women as compared to the men. Substrate utilization varies with the different phases of the menstrual cycle in … Continue reading The Metabolic War

Managing Diet in Hostels for Students by a Student

Author -  Arpit Kushwaha, INFS Certified Nutrition and Fitness Consultant & a student at Institute of Law, Nirma University. Introduction College is the time you can set your own priorities and make your own choices. I used and abused my choices in my first three years in college. This is while during a trip with friends … Continue reading Managing Diet in Hostels for Students by a Student

INFS Health Series: Muscle Fibers Part 1: Principles of Hypertrophy

Author: Nikita Rungta, Visiting Faculty, INFS   Key Points: Muscle fiber is an important component because muscles are made of numerous muscle fibers. There are two kinds of muscle fibers and training each one is equally important Muscle can be developed with the help of resistance training which provides a number of benefits including increased muscle … Continue reading INFS Health Series: Muscle Fibers Part 1: Principles of Hypertrophy