July 17, 2015
Life insurance is one of those things that everyone should have but few like paying the premiums in order to keep. Besides, when you’re trying to maintain a house, keep utilities on, buy groceries, pay for a car, fund schooling, and take care of all of the other expenses common to running a household, it can really put a strain on your budget to also pay for this necessary yet optional expense. Well, one way to potentially reduce that strain and lower your rates is to wear your fitness tracker. The way it works with some life insurance companies...
March 10, 2015
Building solid muscle mass generally takes months and months (if not years) of regularly scheduled strength training and cardio sessions. It also takes determination and persistence—two virtues that are necessary to overcoming all of the obstacles that you could have let stand in your way when achieving your physique, but didn’t. Therefore, it would be a shame to let all of your hard work go to waste by not maintaining your muscles after you’ve created them. Fortunately, you don’t have to. By doing just a few simple things, you’ll be able to retain the body you’ve spent all of your...
30 Minute Meals,
June 13, 2014
You can walk into most any health food store and find a wide selection of protein powder mixes that you can use to make great pre- or post-workout snacks. However, you’ll also pay top dollar for them, which can be difficult if you don’t have a very high grocery budget. Here is how to create your own powder-free protein drink that is just as good for you, if not better, and won’t cost you an arm and a leg too make: Step #1 – Put 8 ounces of milk in a blender. The most common milk for protein shakes...
personal trainer exercises,
December 03, 2013
Nike’s most recent personal fitness creation, the Nike FuelBand, functions as a standard pedometer but uses innovative tactics such as awarding badges to lure the more sedentary individuals into a more active lifestyle. Moreover, it measures physical activity with what is called the Nike Fuel virtual metric. Essentially, this is Nike’s own system of measuring the movement of all kinds of physical endeavours. Allegedly, it can track the intensity of your workouts, regardless of what they may be, along with tracking your sleep progression. How accurate this is though, is left to the imagination. On a similar note, it can...