People look for a number of ways to attain the desired weight loss result in their standards (though such standards may seem too idealistic in the beginning). Some people undergo strenuous activities and a very active lifestyle involving daily variety of physical interests. There are also others who are less interested in expending too much energy and are rather keen about rationing their daily food intake into strictly prescribed diet.
Losing weight is difficult for most people. The older that you get the harder it can be to lose weight. Poor diet, lack of exercise, prescription medications and many other factors contribute to weight gain and make it difficult to lose weight. But you don’t have to go on restrictive diets or spend all your time in the gym to lose weight. Making simple lifestyle changes can improve your health and help you lose weight at a steady pace.
Country’s leading weight loss expert announces top honors by prestigious regional magazine. Plano, TX, May 31, 2014 - Dr. Nick Nicholson, founder of the Nicholson Clinic for Weight Loss Surgery, has announced that he has been voted Top Bariatric Doctor by D Magazine - a monthly magazine that showcases the topics relevant to the region of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. This honor, says Dr. Nicholson, is one that he has received for seven years in a row and one that he does not take lightly.
During the initial evaluation, some trainees tell me that they seem to be everything right in terms of their fitness, but they don’t have any effects. They tell me the stories of training for 90 minutes each and every day, seven days a week, faithfully sticking to their gym for years, starting their workouts at 5AM, because then, they have to go to work, sticking to exactly the same food, which they had established is good for them, not snacking in between the main meals. Yet, whenever they step on that scale (which they often do daily), the needle does not bulge!
As so many of you liked my recent post on weight lifting and how the media’s representation of it is wrong for women, I decided to do another post on the same topic. So these are my top ten reasons for women to lift weights…10 You will gain strength (without looking like Arnie)