Liposuction can absolve us from the local thickness, but over the years the "lost" fat back - but not in places with removed, but particularly in the abdomen and arms, say scientists from the Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences. In a study conducted with 32 lean, healthy women, mean age 35 years, found that one year after the liposuction concentration of body fat in the body returns to baseline levels.
Starting a new exercise program or a diet with unchecked eagerness, you do everything just to wait and how quickly you will see the first results. After a few weeks of hard work, but your body still looks the same. Your eagerness "falls" and you're ready to give up. You are neither the first nor the last to get into this position. Whatever the goal - a good physical condition, the loss of excess weight or stopping smoking - the attempt may be abandoned, if nothing seems to change.
MOTIVATION: BE POSITIVE. Stay on the POSITIVE side of life. We SAY what we continue to Think. We have a SAY in how we show up and turn around our lives. Our lives LISTEN to and reflect what we SAY. So keep saying something GOOD. It's a process but You've got this!
Thanks to my client, Kelsey, I have a new recipe for when you're craving something sweet but still trying to keep it healthy...plus it is super easy!! **They literally taste like chocolate fudge** Ingredients:1 cup pitted dates-- I used sunmaid brand1/2 tsp vanilla extract1/2 tsp salt2 tbsp cocoa powder2 tbsp shredded coconut1/2 cup raw unsalted pecans Directions:1. Blend all ingredients together in a food processor.2. Roll into mini balls.3. Made about 8-10 balls.
6 more days to register for the National Posture Institute's (NPI) Posture Analysis and Resistance Training CEC Workshop & NPI-Certified Posture Specialist™ Program at the University of Maryland (April 12-13, 2013 | College Park, MD)!
When you think about what you are doing this weekend, or asking someone what they are doing this weekend. Is it active? What do you consider active? Is it gardening, housework, washing the car? Or are you taking a hike, playing catch, helping someone move? (great exercise by the way), how about doing a workout with your partner, spouse or friend? Maybe a 20 minute rejuvination stretching session is in order. I think all of those things could be considered active, and there's no wrong answer.
Want to be more efficent with the little time you have to exercise? Follow these 3 tips to make the most of your time.
1. RECORD YOUR TRAINING- Use a diary or anything to record sets, reps and weight. Cause if you are not measuring progess, you are regressing.