Today my first day in the new place - I have to search my running distance6 a.m. - breakfast - milk and cereal, coffee.6.30 a.m. - 9 a.m. - walking through various steps, near Golf' Club, lake and forest.Strong rain - I am hiding in Golf club, drinking coffee and observe sportsmens and wondering - how they will be playing Golf in this weather? But rain stopped soon and I with my husband /accompanying me / rush to the nearest resrorant.9 a.m. - Greek omlette, whole - wheat toast, coffee.
Acabo de postear un video que improvise ayer en la playa. Ahora llega el verano y es tiempo de compartir con amistades y familiares en espacios como estos y quien dice que debemos sacrificar un dia en la playa por entrenar? Podemos hacer de todo un poco mientras compartimos y disfrutamos de bellos e inspiradores paisajes. Igualmente inspiramos a la gente a nuestro alrededor para hacer algo divertido y que es bueno para su salud y estado de animo.
So I watched the first two parts of this documentary and found myself squirming on the couch, I found myself wanting to fast forward through half of it and get to the "solutions" but I refrained and I was as patient as I could be and I watched and waited and waited and then it was over...No solutions? Gastric bypass? Really?I was amazed that our food industry was not addressed in the manner it needed to be addressed.
Do you think that fitness can only be achieved inside the four walls of a gym, YMCA, club, etc? Do you think that fitness is only contained inside the four walls of a building? Do you think that in order to be getting fit you must use weights, equipment, cardio machines, benches, etc? I'm asking these questions because I think that the perception is still out there that one must be inside a fitness facility in order to get fit. An e-mail conversation with a new Mom made me aware of this perception.
Avoid the bloat. There are times when we can't avoid a bit of bloating, especially for women, but at every other time of the month, we do have a choice. Avoiding alcohol can make the difference between a flat tummy and the morning-after belly. Food that's high in sodium, like chips, pretzels, soy sauce, prepackaged soups, and pizza, can make us retain water and never want to take our sarongs off. Eating large portions of food, as opposed to small meals throughout the day, can also make our waistline look bigger.
Exercise...my personal favorite!The word exercise by itself creates a lot of confusion b/c there are so many ways, concepts, opinions, theories & "scientific" training systems.Simply put, "Exercise is a process whereby the body performs work of a demanding nature. If an activity is not demanding it does not qualify as exercise. If muscular loading is not meaningful to render momentary muscle failure within 1-3 minutes then the activity is not demanding.” (Exercise vs Recreation by Ken Hutchins)
Dr. Oz was recently on TV talking about how snacking can keep hormones and blood sugar in balance. But an article in 2011 from the Interdisciplinary Obesity Center at UNC states that a rise in “eating occasions” over the last four decades has increased caloric intake by 570 calories per day for the average person. While I agree with Dr. Oz, too many Americans have lost the ability to differentiate between being “mouth hungry” where chewing is a habit and “stomach hungry” where one feels a real sense of hunger. Dr.