Weight loss goals are very common this time of year.You pigged out during Thanksgiving. You ate too much during the Christmas or Hanukah holiday. Cookies, cakes, candies, pies galore and now you feel bloated and fat right?I, too, know this feeling. Yes, fitness professionals can fall guilty to the temptations of all those delicious smelling and tasty looking foods. Full disclosure, I did too!
Plans for the New Year has been on most of our minds. I know it has been on for mua. How can we make it a better place? Our love lives with everything, the world, family, work, fitness, health, ect. How do we improve? With in the next days plans of true inner searching for goal planning will be comming into plan. Yea, Sir:>)
One of the main priorities of your cardiovascular system is to maintain an adequate blood pressure to ensure sufficient blood flow to your brain.HYPERTENSION is a blood pressure of >140/90mmHg or being on blood pressure medication (140 is the systolic and 90 is the diastolic blood pressure). High blood pressure increases with age, after age 50 it steadily increases.
Many people seem to feel that the fitness industry is pretty easy to get into, you make a lot of money, train celebrities, open a business, and just have fun doing it all. The reality of it can be a rude awakening. There are a lot of things you will need to prepare for and the more informed you are, the better off you will be.
This pumpkin pie was a treat given to me by one of my Pilates clients after my first lumpectomy last November. And yes, it's not a cancer fighting food. It's a celebratory one. "Once in a while a little treat is ok," said my doctors and nurses when I called them about this little slice of pie. Hey, I didn't want cancer again. So this is a case where I was told, it is okay to have your pie and eat it too.
Gynecomastia, also known colloquially as man boobs, is a common disorder of the endocrine system that leads to non-cancerous growth in male breast tissue. Aside from its obviously unpleasant visual aspect, gynecomastia can also sometimes be an indicator of more serious underlying medical issues such as testicular cancer. But even if the condition proves to be nothing more than a minor annoyance, it can still lead to considerable psychological difficulties. Luckily, gynecomastia is treatable, with men having the following options at their disposal: