When you do your workouts at home, motivation can quickly fade as things become too routine and start to feel monotonous. Even varying reps, intensity, rest periods and style, you may find yourself just going through the motions and not enjoying your workouts the way you did before the novelty wore off.
Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend, and it’s a day when the entire country has one big party. But game day doesn’t have to be a diet disaster, and I want to offer you tips for a healthy game-day bash. After kickoff, there is no need to forget all your healthy habits that you have worked so hard to put in place. Once again, it is just about proper preparation and having a plan.
Because of these shortcomings associated with low-intensity cardiovascular exercise, a different form of high-intensity cardio, known as high-intensity interval training (HIIT), has become more prevalent. Most notably, HIIT has a remarkable capacity to reduce body fat more potently than low-intensity cardio, without wreaking havoc on energy levels within the muscle cell, which enables optimal lean muscle growth as well.
A new breakthrough, long-term diet study was recently published in the American Heart Association Journal Circulation on measuring body fat! This diet study used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology for the first time, measuring changes in body and organ fat during 18 months on a Mediterranean/low-carb diet, with and without moderate physical exercise.
Have you struggled in reaching your goals? Common reasons are lack of time, having an all-or-nothing attitude, inconsistency or not having support. My busy lifestyle makes finding time a real challenge. But this doesn’t get in the way of my goals because I have learned to focus on quality over quantity.
More tips that you can use to keep your weight under control with all the temptations of the holidays.
Tips that you can use to keep your weight under control with all the temptations of the holidays.
Check out this “No Gym Necessary” circuit that won’t take up a ton of your time, doesn’t need a bunch of equipment and sure doesn’t require you going to the gym. This will allow you to fit in your workouts with ease. Make your gift to yourself a renewed commitment to good health. You deserve it!
It’s important to have a plan when it comes to attacking the ‘mill. Start with a recovery-style workout like “The Easy Workout” first and continue with something with more intensity (like the “Interval Workout”) on day two, and so on and so forth. Try not to do two high-intensity workouts back-to-back for optimal training and recovery.
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