Sqwincher Everlyte

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    No Artificial Flavors, No Artificial Sweeteners, No Added Colors

    If you're looking to cut back on sugars, but prefer natural sweeteners, Sqwincher Everlyte was designed for you. Formerly known as Sqwincher Lite, Everlyte is made with only natural flavors, and contains NO artificial sweeteners and NO added colors or dyes.

    Available as both a powder mix and ready-to-drink product, Everlyte comes in 4 popular flavors - Fruit Punch, Grape, Lemon Lime and Orange.

    A great tasting sports drinks without the artificial sweeteners, flavors and dyes!

    HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Vs Steady-State Cardio

    It seems that many are spending more time debating the benefits of HIIT versus cardio than actually doing either. So let's take a few minutes to look under the hood so that everyone can get back to their workout of choice.

    The main difference between HIIT (high intensity interval training) and steady-state cardio is that the former is more anaerobic while the latter is more aerobic. Simply put, aerobic means with oxygen while anaerobic means without oxygen. When performing steady-state cardio, the majority of time is spent in an aerobic state, which means that your muscles are receiving enough oxygen to prevent premature fatigue. On the other hand, when training at high intensities you'll usually cross over into an anaerobic state during which time your muscles will start to develop lactic acid due to a lack of oxygen.

    Since muscle function is inhibited by lactic acid, an anaerobic state can't be maintained for an extended period of time. Thus, HIIT workouts need to be shorter. However, even short amounts of anaerobic exercise will lead to increases in endurance and strength as your body tries to adapt so as to avoid this state in the future.

    With that said, it would seem that HIIT would be the better choice. However, since HIIT is very taxing, it can lessen your body's ability to fully recover if combined with other strength training such as weight lifting. Also, training at high intensities is usually not the best idea for beginners or those recovering from injuries. Furthermore, traditional cardio is well known for reducing stress and anxiety, a key to long term health.

    So, which is best? Since the real key to success is consistency, choosing the one that you enjoy most is probably the best bet. Even if you believe that one is superior, if you hate doing it, chances are you're not going to stick with it long enough to realize the benefits. Since variety is the spice of life, many will find themselves naturally doing both.

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