Paloma Sala

Paloma Sala

Athlete who is constantly learning to give her best

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About the author

Paloma is interested in learning and researching about the latest scientific advances and studies due to her passion for everything that is related to training, physical exercise and health.

She is extremely capable of organizing and planning her work, of adapting to new methods, technologies, exercises, etc. that are published in recent cientific studies.

Some of her most outstanding qualities are knowing how to work as a team, listening to and accepting constructive criticism in order to improve.

Paloma is an experienced high performance athlete who has practiced Athletics for more than 20 years.

She has competed in several Spanish Championships such as medium and long distance cross country and track running trials. She has trained people from all levels in running as well as to improve their health and physical condition; apart from planning and training for police and firefighter physical tests.

She is also in charge of managing media platforms related to training, Athletics, physical exercise, health and physical condition.

Some of her more relevant achievements are:

  • Personal and running trainer.
  • Writer at the HSN blog.
  • Trainer at the Elche Athletic Youth Athletics club.
  • Sport advisor at the Running section in Decathlon Murcia Thader.

Her future plans include completely focusing on her career as a personal trainer, as well as contributing to spreading her knowledge about all that is related to training and physical exercise in social media.

  • Degree in Physical Activity and Sport Science.
  • Powerexplosive Master.
  • Powerexplosive Training.
  • Personal and running trainer.
  • High performance athlete.

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Creatine is a supplement that has been studied in depth. That is why it is one of the supplements with most scientific evidence that supports its use. However, there are still some myths about creatine that spring from a lack of knowledge or trust in supplementation. First of all, creatine is a molecule body synthesizes in the organism, particularly in …

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Those athletes who want to improve both their recovery and muscle growth need a proper protein supply in their diet. Actually, one of the most important moments to take protein is when we sleep. The Importance of Protein to Adapt to the Workout Protein plays a key role when it comes to adapting the skeletal muscle to the workout. A …

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The ergogenic effect of the BCAA’s or branched chain amino acids seems to be useful in long duration endurance sports. Recent research has concluded that this supplement an indispensable product for endurance athletes. Try out the branched chain amino acids and experience its effects on your performance to understand “endurance” in a different way. What are long duration endurance sports? …

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Despite needing a very low dose of this substance, a choline deficiency can have serious consequences. In fact, it can trigger neuronal problems, such as cognitive deterioration. That is why so many people use it as a supplement for the memory. What is choline? It plays a main role in many physiological pathways, including the synthesis of neurotransmitters (acetylcholine). The …

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The Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, is a nutrient that provides energy to the cells. The body produces this coenzyme naturally but its production drops as we grow old. Fortunately, we can obtain coenzyme Q10 through food or dietary supplementation. Some diseases, like diabetes, heart and brain disorders and cancer have been related to low coenzyme Q10 levels. [1] …

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Vitamin C has been used for a long time by athletes in order to improve the performance and reduce the fatigue. The importance of Vitamin C for athletes One of the main functions is the hydroxylation of the amino acids proline and lysine in order to produce collagen. This is why it is crucial for the growth and maintenance of …

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The sport performance can be affected by many factors, including genetic and environmental elements. In the last few years, Vitamin D has been regarded as a limiting factor when there is a deficiency and as an enhancer when there is plenty of it. A Vitamin D Deficit affects Athletes A vitamin D deficiency can affect the bone-muscle system, which can …

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There is an increasing number of people who go out to practice running and who compete both in popular races as well as professional races. Many of them surely want to improve their marks and their time in long-distance competitions like 10km and marathons. To do this, there are other factors that directly affect the performance in the workouts and …

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