With so many of you embarking on a new exercise journey, today I want to answer some frequently asked questions on how to exercise properly so you can make this year your healthiest year ever! Q: How Long Do I Need To Exercise For?Depending on whether you're performing full body or training specific muscle groups, a strength training routine should take anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete. Add another 10 - 60 minutes if your including cardiovascular (aerobic) activity.
Hi Everyone! It's been a long time since I have wrote on the blog. But, I am back and excited to share some great news! Debbie and I are starting her journey into fitness and wellness. Her goal is to lose weight and begin to exercise. I will be providing the personal training in her journey. Debbie will be using the Shaklee 180 Weight Loss program. We will be following her journey and posting blogs and videos. So stay tuned. Debbie will be posting here as well. You are more than welcome to join us on this journey!
If you started the year out with plans to diet, I urge you to rethink it. I’ve been there. I’ve gone on diets, I’ve done cleanses of sorts, I’ve trained for and run four marathons, I’ve taken supplements marketed to enhance fat loss, diuretics to remove ‘water weight’…I barely managed to stay within the weight standards my entire military career! I was absolutely convinced the standards were unfair to women and to short people. My point is that I wanted to change the way I looked by changing the mirror rather tha
This is one of main questions,i get on social media.Lot of people struggle with stubborn belly fat. It can be difficult to figure out how to lose your belly fat; doing so takes time and effort. There is no easy solution - belly fat must be removed one pound at a time through exercise and diet. There are three components to losing your belly fat:-aerobic exercise(cardiovascular exercises like jogging,running,cycling,crosstrainer etc).
Yo-yo dieting may increase the risk for coronary heart disease and sudden cardiac death in post-menopausal women, according to a study presented to the American Heart Association on Tuesday. Although previous research focused on the heart risks associated with obesity, study leader Dr. Somwail Rasla of Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island questioned whether women with normal weights could be putting their hearts in danger by on-and-off dieting.
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!