If you plan to visit the Garden Route area of South Africa you can have an exciting holiday. Wilderness is an excellent area to stay on your trip, and the scenery itself is worth the visit. Wilderness accommodation selections are excellent and you can stay in a four star guest house with all the modern conveniences that you require. This part of the world has many fine tour packages to consider. Here are a few South Africa tours that you may wish to take.
If you would like to get some fresh air and exercise on holiday, consider a walking tour. The Kynsna Forest is not far from Wilderness and features a wide variety of tour packages. Maybe you would like to commune with nature on your holiday. Consider one of the many walking tours of this region.
There are four elephant walks that you may take. If you wish to spend the day in the forest, you might take one walk after the other (two total). The shortest walk is seven kilometers and longest one is fifteen kilometers. These walks are like taking a trip back into the past to the old forest rail line or visiting some of the centuries old yellowwood trees. You will encounter a wide variety of vegetation and birds, as well as baboons. These elephant walks are not extremely demanding and if you have some degree of fitness, you should not have any problems.
Maybe you want something that is easy on you. The Millwood Mines Circuit is a good choice. It takes about two and one half hours and covers six kilometers. You can see some abandoned mine shafts where gold was once mined, and many things that are part of the history of this region. You will experience waterfalls and many beautiful forest sights. During your tour you have the chance to see a mining museum and an abandoned village that time has forgotten and nature is slowly re-claiming.
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Supplements are often used in athletically challenging situations to help the body recover after training and maximize the desired physical qualities. Bodybuilding, like any other sport, has its own set of commonly used supplements. Some years ago, bodybuilders used to use steroids which were damaging the body, but the modern, “natural bodybuilders” use only natural supplements that are not harmful if used appropriately.
Basically there are various supplement groups; the vitamins and minerals, protein supplements, amino acids, glutamine, creatine, weight loss products and testosterone boosters.
Vitamins and Minerals for Bodybuilding
A good multi-vitamin supplement will most likely cover all you need, but let’s take a closer look at how specifically they aid bodybuilders. Vitamin A is important for cell strength and reproduction, Vitamin B is necessary to metabolize protein and makes the blood “work better”, Calcium is necessary for muscle contraction and blood vessel contraction and expansion, Chromium is a trace element which is critical in the production of insulin, CoQ10 is one of the basic building blocks for cells, Vitamin C is necessary for protecting the ligaments, Vitamin D is necessary for strong bones and Vitamin E is necessary for its anti-oxidants which prevent aging.
Essential Fatty Acids are Not Just for the Brain
The most used Fatty Acids are the Omega 3 and the Omega 6. They are commonly used to boost brain functionality, however, they are also very useful as bodybuilding supplements because they enhance fat loss by increasing insulin sensitivity and have an anti-catabolic effect on the muscles. The most popular sources of Essential Fatty Acids are flaxseed oil and fish oil. You can make you own Omega 3 “supplement” with organic bran flakes, hemp protein powder and a tablespoon of flaxseed. Add just enough milk to cover the dry ingredients and blend until it had become a paste. Add more milk until the shake is of the desired density.