Blogs about Health And Fitness

Sunday, January 13, 2013 • Orlando, FL 32819
Fitness by Ferris
Daily Calorie Requirements for Females Age    Sedentary    Moderately Active     Active 9 - 13   1,400-1,600       1,600-2,000             1,800-2,200 
Thursday, January 10, 2013 • Spokane Valley , WA 99206
Eli Studer's Blog of Person Training, Fitness tips and other ideas
All the new phases of P90x, Insanity, Biggest Loser, Spartin Training, RushFit...People are flocking to these and just a flabbergasted by these new ways to exercise and they are so intense! I hate to break it too you, these have all been around for a while, it just took some people noticing. These are nothing more than just mixing up your workout with aerobic and anareobic movements, isometric/dynamic tension routines, martial arts, calisthenics, plyometrics.... so yeah anytime you are doing that, results will show (and vary).
Wednesday, January 09, 2013 • Seattle, WA 98112
Matt Woodard's Blog
How is it that so many people make the same resolutions every year?! With the top 3 resolutions made for 2013 being:1) lose weight2) improve fitness level3) quit smoking (or other bad habits) Not shocking right? These are the same resolutions made every year. What is happening? I'm going to give you 3 ways to create real change. 1) Don't commit to a schedule!
Friday, January 04, 2013 • Lockport, IL 60441-4767
Charity Benevelli-Zaczek's Blog
How many times have you said to yourself that you are going to make it a goal to be healthier? How many times have you attempted and once you didn't see instant results, you gave up and quit?Let me ask you this....why? Why are you giving up on yourself before you even begin? Understanding that this process will not happen overnight is your first obstacle to overcome. Knowing that this is not about "losing weight", it's about a lifestyle change is obstacle 2. Most importantly, staying committed will be your BIGGEST obstacle of all. 
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 • Las Vegas, NV 89130
AMP Personal Fitness Blog
Getting back into shape, and becoming healthier is the most chosen New Year’s Resolution.  More than half of Americans make New Year resolutions year after year.  Of that half, 75% give up within by March, and of the remaining 25% only a quarter of them truly maintain their resolution and turn it into a healthy lifestyle.