15 tips to get in shape
Are you starting this New Year with a new resolution to get in shape? Here are 15 things that you need to get right.
The best way to get in shape is to start weight resistance training. Although most think cardiovascular will do the trick, weight resistance actually gets rid of the fat or helps muscle gain (depends on the shape you want) and gets you in shape as well.
20 tips for healthy diet and nutrition programs
Nutrition and healthy food is important to anyone who plans for a fit body and a healthy life. Although most interested in weight loss, weight gain or staying fit in general, focus on only the workout, it is also important to watch out for what you eat. Burning calories is all very well, but controlling the intake of calories and other unhealthy products is also essential to stay fit and healthy. So here are 20 tips for a healthy diet and nutrition program.
Change your lifestyle
Bodybuilding & gaining muscle
If you plan to get buff in this New Year, bodybuilding and gaining muscles will be the best option for you to follow. You can hire a personal trainer to help you get into a training program for bodybuilding and gaining muscle, but make sure that you are choosing a trainer who knows what they are doing. Training for bodybuilding and gaining muscle and training for losing weight requires different workout regimes. Your personal trainer needs to be aware of this.
10 Tips for Losing Weight
Most people understand a weight loss program to mean starving yourself and doing cardiovascular training. But have you noticed that most of your friends who spend hours on cardiovascular for months, rarely manage to lose any weights. This is because they do not understand that a combination of resistance weight training and a powerful diet is 20 times more effective than a cardiovascular training. Here are ten tips covering all aspects of a good weight loss program which will involve,
Understanding proper nutrition
I didn't make a resolution this year. Not yet anyway. It's not that I don't want to have any goals to TRY to stick to, but I just don't know what those goals should be. Every year I watch as friends make these broad crazy resolutions (usually regarding a fad diet or cutting out something that really doesn't need to be cut out) and a few weeks later all is forgotten.OOOHHH How about this idea? A facebook feature that every week does that Timehop thing back to January 1st, just to remind everyone what they said they'd do???
No matter what your goal is for 2015, the first step is waking up and eating breakfast and taking the proper supplements your body may need. If you don't eat breakfast, this is the first thing you should change. Eating breakfast increases your metabolism by 25%. As we get older, we are always looking for ways to increase our metabolism and this is one of the quickest solutions out there. When choosing your breakfast, make sure you include a protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat. This meal should be consumed with 30 minutes of waking up.
The Biggest Loser is one of the most popular reality and weight loss TV shows of all time. For the past eleven years, millions have tuned in to watch over 100 obese contestants compete to earn the prestigious title of: The Biggest Loser. While this show is a “reality” TV show, there are several things that a person looking to get in shape can learn from it. These include: the importance of working with a professional, how important nutrition really is and the benefit of a support team. Let us talk about all three in more detail.
Beware The Boogeyman!!! He changes over time. Like, when I was a kid the only Boogeyman to be afraid of was the goblins that hide under your bed at night. Well, of course we know there is no such things as goblins hiding under beds (there isn’t right?)
The rectus abdominis is quite an extraordinary muscle. They are so nice to look at!! Sooo nice! The rectus abdominis is also known as the abs. Ah…now I’ve got your attention. I’ll refer the rectus abdominis to “abs” from here on out because that’s how the muscle is typically identified. The abs are indeed a pretty damn cool looking muscle.