We all know how challenging working out, eating nutritionally, living healthy is during the holiday season. Many have failed where many have tried. But this holiday could be the beginning of something new. Get your “giftee” the present of wellness by purchasing him or her one of these coveted fitness-themed gifts.
“If something ever happens to me, I will be able to look my children in the eye and say with all of my heart that I made choices each and every day to do everything I could to be healthy.” –Health/Wellness Coach Monica Parodi
If you’re like us, you’ve no doubt made a New Year’s resolution (for the millionth time) to get into better shape. It seems like we’re all gung ho in January; then we fall off around February or March with plans to do it all over again next year . . .
If you are new to exercise, you’ll want to start slowly, perhaps with a 10- to 15-minute, moderately paced walk on a flat terrain. It is recommended that you start your fitness program prior to getting pregnant, but if this is not feasible, no worries, just get started. Being plus size has its challenges with regards to working out; and this does depend on your actual size.
Summer is almost here and that swimsuit is calling your name. Fitness is emphasized this season more than ever whether you are seeking sun by the water or simply wanting to show some hard-earned results for summer events. We all know that good nutrition and cardio training trim us down, but it can be hard to figure out what suits you best or you may lose motivation from the same daily routine.
Have you ever noticed that you seem to gain the most weight when you are under considerable amounts of stress? How would you like to put an end to that and no longer have to deal with this pesky weight gain thing? The human body is an amazing machine and doesn’t put extra curves on your midsection to annoy you but to defend itself.
Guy La Brusciano of The Basic Weightloss Bootcamp – An Alternative Solution for Those Who Don’t Like the Gym!By Kaylene Peoples | July 5th, 2011 | Category: Fitness, Fitness Couture, Health, Nutrition | 3 comments
The way exercise specifically helps you lose weight and body fat is that it makes your body run at a higher rate. It increases your metabolism. I am sure you have heard that before. What that means is that your body has a certain energy expenditure it puts out each day.
Finding time to work out these days is about as daunting a task as finding a grain of rice on a sandy beach. It’s not exactly easy—or is it? Wanting to be in better shape just isn’t enough these days without some effort, especially when our schedules can be as hectic as the trading room floor near closing. The thought of squeezing any more into a week already brimming with a sea of obligations may leave you seasick alone, but where there is a will […]
A fashion model’s body has been coveted by countless women since the dawn of the runway. A model’s slim silhouette has dictated the standard fashion industry dress size and, unfortunately, the unrealistic standards many women all too often hold themselves to. Every category of fashion calls for a variant shape, as each shape calls for a different fitness and nutritional approach for the best results.
A healthy lifestyle and body takes planning and some practice, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes effortless. First, decide how much weight you want to lose. Next, give yourself a time frame to reach your goal. A healthy amount of weight loss to expect weekly is between 1-3 pounds (2 pounds being the most common).