HUN Blog from 16/03/2019 In recent decades, the number of diseases affecting the hormonal and neurotransmitter system and their consequences have been increasing. Thyroid-cortisol-melatonin problems, estrogen dominance, low testosterone, insulin resistance, leptin resistance, diabetes, mental illness, etc. If these metabolic diseases are spreading so rapidly, it cannot be explained by genetics alone. Epigenetics is a… Continue reading Hormones: ask your doctor, pharmacist…
HUN Blog from 23/11/2021 Actually, it would be a private matter, but I’ve been sharing a lot of lifestyle strategies and experiences over the last few years, so I thought the topic of coronavirus might be interesting as well. Warning, the following article will be a bit angry and outspoken in places and may be… Continue reading How have I protected myself in the last 1,5 year?
HUN Blog from 29/01/2020 The movements that evolved during the evolution of humans are called natural movements. They are part of our genetics, so in principle we can do them without much practice. A tiger doesn’t go for sprinting or hunting lessons, as one grows one will know how to move to survive. In today’s… Continue reading What are the natural movements?
HUN Blog from 19/10/2021 The workout starts with a proper warm-up. Or not? Is it really necessary or can you just jump right into it? As with many other topics: it depends! There are many different ways to prepare your body for a workout, but what does an effective warm-up look like and what are… Continue reading Secrets of the effective warm-up
HUN Blog from 18/09/2021 In the last decade or two, a new compound sport, running combined with overcoming obstacles, getting more and more popular around the world. It is called OCR (Obstacle Course Race). It is becoming an increasingly popular mass sport, the competitions can be completed by almost anyone with an average level of… Continue reading New sport challenge: OCR or Obstacle Course Racing