New Week - New  Newsletter! Week4 - I.F. Supplements

New Week - New Newsletter! Week4

New Week - New  Newsletter!
Hey everyone, so this is week 4 of our awesome Newsletters from
Indisputable Fitness and IF Supplements.
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Fitness World News:
Best fitness tracker of 2021!!
So the website has published article on best fitness tracker so far this year. I have been using fitness trackers since 2017 and can definitely say that it help me to work harder and stay motivated. Having a fitness tracker gives you that extra layer of accountability and makes you push just that much harder with little reminders to move, drink water or get rest. I have been team Fitbit for many year with Fitbit Ionic being my favourite choice, but this year I got myself Garmin Venu watch and oh my how much I love this watch. It's stylish, has loads of extra features and is irreplaceable during my work and workouts. Now although fitness trackers are great, you should never solely rely on the information from them. Listen to your body. Technology has a funny habit of braking and not being 100% accurate all the time. Below is the list top 13 from click the picture to check out the full article.
  1. Fitbit Charge 5
  2. Fitbit Charge 4
  3. Garmin Vivosmart 4
  4. Samsung Galaxy Active 2
  5. Fitbit Luxe
  6. Fitbit Inspire 2
  7. Fitbit Sense
  8. Fitbit Versa 3
  9. Apple Watch Series 6
  10. Samsung Galaxy Fit
  11. Garmin Vivoactive 4
  12. Garmin Venu Sq
  13. Withings Pulse HR
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Fitness Tip of the Week:
Running Shoes or Trainers?
Which ones do you need? Well it really depends on what are you working on. Loads of us have one pair of ''gym shoes'' for all walks of life. Not all shoes are made for all activities, you wouldn't wear your slippers on a night out, so why would you wear running shoes to your leg session. made a great article about the difference between running shoes and trainers. Here is a basic short explanation, but click the picture and check out the full article. 
Running and training shoes may look similar, but the key differences are in sole flexibility and heel drop.
  • Running shoes are built for heel-to-toe movement and the higher heel drop in running shoes comes from added support and cushioning. Take these shoes on tracks and runs.
  • Training shoes are for multi-directional movement, especially lateral (side-to-side) movement. The sole of a training shoe is flatter, making it more flexible to allow a wide range of movement. Take these shoes to the gym.
Oh and if you are running outdoors through muddy trails, please please please clean your shoes before coming to the gym! 
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Supplement of the Week:
Vitamin D!!
Vitamin D, also known as sunshine vitamin as your body produces it naturally while exposed to the sun is essential to healthy performance of your body. As the nights are getting darker and we don't see as much natural sunlight we need to make sure we are getting our vitamin D from other sources. The most common sources are: 
  • oily fish – such as salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel
  • red meat
  • liver
  • egg yolks
  • Vitamin D supplements
Why do we need vitamin D? Well vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. These nutrients are needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. Sounds pretty important, right?
So how much vitamin D do you need? Through winter months The Department of Health and Social Care recommends that adults and children over 4 take a daily supplement containing 10 micrograms of vitamin D. As it is really difficult to get that through diet alone, general healthy guidelines recommend getting that through dietary supplementation. 
So if you don't have a any sunny holidays booked anytime soon, go get some Vitamin D tablets from your local store to get you through the winter.
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