10 Foods to Stop Eating Today
With the New Year in full swing, now is the time to set goals to lose weight and change bad eating habits. Some of the foods below are foods that many people believe to be good for them, and others are examples of common food temptations we all face. Stay strong, be healthy, and stop eating these 10 foods today: [Read more…]
Are you ready for a new change for the New Year! As you enter into the 2013 year, you must prepare yourself to get the best results for managing your weight. Having a high metabolism can solve a lot of weight related health problems.
Here are the top 5 ways to boost your metabolism naturally:
1. Do not skip breakfast! Picture your metabolic rate shaped as an ice cream cone. In other words, starting at the top – it is at its highest in the morning and starts to decline on a gradual level as the day progresses. [Read more…]
Always do compound exercises so you can have the most muscle growth possible. These exercises work multiple muscle groups simultaneously. For example, bench presses exercise your triceps, chest and shoulders all at once. By building your muscles, you will become stronger. The stronger you get, the heavier the weight you will be able to manage during your training. So, if you are a beginner, and you’re not meeting goals, rethink your routine. If your performance at the gym is faltering with every session, then you may not be giving your muscles enough time to recover every couple of workouts should see you lifting approximately 5% more weight. [Read more…]
Would you ever think that running a marathon could be bad for your heart. I just came across a great article that gives some great insite or running on this great unknown.
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When word circulates that a runner has died of a heart attack, as the inexhaustible ultramarathoner Micah True did last month during a solo wilderness trail run, many people begin to wonder about the healthiness of prolonged strenuous activity. Could marathon training and racing perhaps have damaged the heart muscle of the 58-year-old Mr. True, a lead character in the book “Born to Run”? And, conversely, shouldn’t marathon training have made him — and, by extension, all runners — immune to heart disease? [Read more…]