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July 17, 2016
When most people want to lose weight, the first thing they do is go on a diet. While that may seem to make the most sense, here are 20 solid reasons why you shouldn’t take this route, especially if your goal is weight loss: It slows your metabolism, making it even harder to lose weight. The feelings of deprivation increase your cravings. It doesn’t prepare you for when you “go off” the diet. You become absolutely obsessed with food. Even if the diet does work, it’s a short-term fix. Most people who diet gain the weight back…and then some....
July 26, 2015
Here is a question for you: If you want to lose weight, you should eat low fat foods, right? Although most people would answer a resounding “YES!,” the real answer is actually no. In fact, let’s take that one step further by saying low fat foods should be absolutely avoided. Let me explain. For years we have thought that it was the fat in foods that was hurting our waistlines and making us unhealthier than ever. However, if that were true, the increased consumption of low fat foods should be making our waistlines smaller and our health stronger. Unfortunately,...
January 09, 2015
It doesn’t matter how well-intentioned you are in your fight against weight loss, one good hunger pang is often enough to drive you to your knees, leaving you begging for mercy. Fortunately, there is a way to beat hunger and win the war for good. All it takes is adding three all-natural things to your diet and you can stop most any craving before it starts. What are these three appetite suppressants that can make losing weight less of a chore? Water. Dehydration and hunger cues are very similar, so ensuring you get enough water daily can...
March 18, 2014
High-work, moderate-duration workouts are effective for burning those extra calories. These workouts tend to last between 45 to 90 minutes. The emphasis is a set of intervals in which the work intervals are finished at anaerobic intensity and the rest intervals are done at an easy intensity. Below is a general structure for interval training sessions. Warm-Up Sets The purpose of the warm-up is to prepare the body for the higher-intensity work completed in the real workout. The activity starts at a low intensity and increases progressively to allow physiological groundwork for the workout. Increased blood flow to the working...
Fitness Health News,
January 31, 2014
When you’re trying to rid your body of the excess fat that not only increases your waistline but decreases your health, the key is to do it in a way that preserves your muscle mass. This allows you to burn calories at a higher rate (weight loss bonus) and makes you look fit and trim. So, how do you lose fat and not muscle? Get enough calories If you consume too few calories, your body will start to break down your muscle in addition to your fat, resulting in a lower weight via unhealthy means. There are several...