I am sure you have probably heard there are 2 main ways to achieve this goal; you either Eat Less, or Move More. So which one of these is the most effective way to lose weight and get healthy? I present the contenders for your weight-loss attention…
This question might make you squirm, but let’s ask it anyway…
Are you getting the most out of your workout or wasting your time? It seems like a simple enough question, but let's take a step back and really take a look at your workouts and make sure you are getting the most out of each session.
I'm constantly telling you how important routine exercise is to your health and how so many of your health problems will improve or even disappear as the result of a consistent exercise program.
So why do I continue to give you the same lecture?
Many of my clients have asked for a magical tip to stick with their exercise plan, and I found the solution in an unlikely place: from the mind of Jerry Seinfeld.
It happens to the best of us. A moment in your life when you realize that you’ve let yourself go, and you need to get back on track.
The next thought after this realization is to immediately go on a diet and start a strict new workout regimen. But as quickly as this thought enters your mind, so does the doubt of many failed attempts in the past.
The final thought in this sequence is despair as you wonder, "why bother?" This diet is going to fail, just like past diets have, leaving you discouraged yet again.
It’s time to leave this viscous cycle behind. The best way to do this is to change your thinking, and never diet again! That’s right. The best way to create a lasting change in your health is to promise yourself, right now, that you will never go on another diet…EVER!
There are a million and more excuses for why you haven’t made your body a priority…yet. Let’s be honest with each other right now. The right time to get fit won’t ever magically appear. I’d like you to consider that the ideal time to get fit is RIGHT NOW.
By: Arlene Semeco, MS, RD
Athletes and fitness enthusiasts are always looking for ways to improve their performance and achieve their goals.
Good nutrition can help your body perform better and recover faster after each workout.
Optimal nutrient intake prior to exercise will not only help you maximize your performance but also minimize muscle damage (1).
This is a detailed guide to pre-workout nutrition. It contains everything you need to know.
One of the questions I am most frequently asked as a fitness professional, especially now that it is swimsuit season is, “How can I get great abs?” You may have pondered this exact same question at some time or another within the last few months.
However, I have to be honest and tell you that doing hundreds of crunches every day trying to get abs before your vacation next week won't work. More simply, crunches alone won’t give you a six pack.
Feeling stressed? You’re not alone.
Stress is an inevitable part of our modern existence. Whether you’re the CEO of a large company, a Kindergarten teacher or a construction worker, you have stress to deal with. We all have bills to pay, relationships to maintain and challenges to get through, but you don’t have to let it get the best of you. How can you turn your stress-filled life on its head?
Here’s the article that you’ve been waiting for – everything you need to know to shape up your booty for swimsuit season. Included here are the essential exercises that target your glutes to give it the shape and tone you’ve been wanting.
Stanford Researchers' Cooling Glove 'Better Than Steroids' – and helps solve physiological mystery, too
The temperature-regulation research of Stanford biologists H. Craig Heller and Dennis Grahn has led to a device that rapidly cools body temperature, greatly improves exercise recovery, and could help explain why muscles get tired.
If you’re finally ready to reduce your body fat, you can’t go about it haphazardly. You’ll have to drop the anything-goes attitude and adhere to seven rules that will make your fat-burning attempts a wild success.
What are those rules? Check them out.
You get married. Have a baby. Move across the world. Start going to night school so you can get a degree. Have a serious health issue. All of these are life-changing events that make you a different person. But did you know your life can change significantly just by spending some time strength training?
That’s right—if you’re willing to commit to strength training, your life will significantly change in this 7 ways:
It's happened to most of us. That moment in time we have finally had enough and decide something needs to change. Maybe it happened when you were on the scale and realized you need to lose weight. Perhaps you were looking in the mirror and decided you want to put on muscle. Or maybe you were just tired of being tired and no longer wanted to get winded playing with your kids.
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