Is there any part of the body that seems more difficult to target than the waistline? This is an area where diet is extremely important, because many of seem to have a genetic tendency to gain weight here. Aside from making you feel self-conscious in a bikini, belly fat can be a real health problem too. It can be a sign of future heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer. If you’ve been working out and following a healthy nutrition plan with no luck in reducing the bulge, here are a few reasons why this might be the case.
I am most definitely an example of a person who went from being a lazy, wishful thinker who just wanted to look good for himself to actually having that personally ideal body. The recipe is simple, you just have to work hard to get what you want, and there are no two ways about it! I have dabbled in many training methods to reach my goal, but nothing got me more interested in achieving my goals than CrossFit.
Something to think about for those who want to lose weight. Demonizing carbohydrates by the media and popular blogs is fashionable and partly wrong. Here is why
- known as reductionist reasoning to single out one nutrient - not consider other factors such as activity level, how many calories ingested over time at a surplus, environment(how easy we make calories available to ourselves)
I have always had a problem with the way people looked at me. Like I wasn't in the right shape and in the end I too started to see the actual side of this. I decided to get a product that will not only help me shed the extra weight but also keep me in check and this was to be in a limited period of time as I am mostly busy with work and other stuff. A friend of mine that had already tried out this product told me all about it and I was online in no time ordering mine.
Which came first? The chicken or the egg? The egg or the chicken? Undoubtedly, you have heard this conondrum before. But have you ever wondered why? Some of you wonder why anyone would eat a filthy chicken or its eggs in the first place. Others, just the opposite - they love it and would eat it daily! In the wake of the never ending firestorm of commercials, books, ads, etc., you have been overwhelmed by the sheer ability of the billion dollar ad companies to tell that what you were told you were supposed to hear and is absolutely the answer to your problem.
It's no secret that I advocate for fitness solutions with real-world applications. I emphasize the importance of the body as a holistic system that demands maintenance and movement in a natural context. There are lots of ways to train the body within these guidelines, but today I'm going to talk about what may be the easiest (and easiest to neglect) way to ensure that your musculoskeletal system stays healthy.
Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday are going to be the hottest days this week so, lets make those indoor gym days and save the fun outdoor activities for the weekend. Tuesday: Do an indoor interval training workout with stretching to finish.
The worst nightmare and the greatest fear of an athlete is to suffer an injury that could get him, or her, out of shape, out of the gym and missing important training sessions. If you are an athlete, you are well aware that every day counts and it gets really easy to become almost apathetic while you are forced to stay still and lay in bed, while in your mind you are still running circles.
When I used to have my own space and ran my own program I used to tell people who approached me about classes to buy a single class first, before they bought the 6 class pass. I knew I was competent: that was not the question. But not every teacher is the right teacher for every student. For me teaching yoga was never about how many bodies I could pack in the room, or how much money I could make, or how much press I could generate. It is kind of like the packaged food in the market....