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But eating healthy is challenging for many people, for many reasons.
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Inside: If protein or meal replacement shakes have ever made you sick, nauseated, etc., here are some possible reasons and solutions to help you enjoy shakes again.
I’d NEVER heard of anyone getting sick from a protein/meal replacement shake, until I received a very unnerving phone call from a friend about her favorite shake.
Before that phone call, she would constantly bug me to switch from the shakes I drank for YEARS, over to hers. I’m glad I didn’t take her advice. [Read more…] about Can Protein Shakes Make You Sick And If So, Why Does It Happen?
Avoid snack machines and sweet treats by bringing your own healthy snacks, like fruit, to work. During your lunch break at work, instead of sitting on your butt, eat a couple pieces of fruit and go for a quick walk. When you make good choices, you will be more healthy.
Looking to get more out of your workout time? It has been a proven fact that stretching can build up strength by twenty percent. Take the time to stretch your muscles out for about thirty seconds in between exercise sets. Stretching for a brief period is all you need to do to get the most out of your workout.
If you are unable to workout at a gym, do not fret! All that is required is some workout shoes! You can go jogging at the park, run up and down stairs at a college stadium or use a neighborhood bench to do push-ups. Resistance bands are a great accessory for strength training.
Jogging is a great way to build up stamina as you exercise. You must start slow and then gradually build up when jogging every week. Try maintaining a heart rate about 75% of your usual max, which is generally between 120 and 150 bpm, which is dependent upon your age.
Do not try to work out when you are ill. Let your body heal back up at a normal pace when you become sick. The body is unable to create muscle and increase endurance throughout this period. As a result, you should not work out when you are ill. To speed your recovery, eat properly and get sufficient sleep at night.
An apple a day really can keep the doctor away. A diet that includes a lot of fresh produce is better for long term health.
Lightly exercise muscle groups you worked out the previous day. Try one or two of the same exercises you normally do but with only a fraction of the weight. This helps to send more blood, along with nutrients, to the muscles which promotes healing.
When starting a fitness program, it is easy to get carried away and want to do too much. If you have been sedentary for a while, you need to go slow and build your stamina. Your muscles and body are not used to this exertion, so work your way into it and you will avoid getting hurt.
When you are trying to sculpt your body, keep in mind that spot-toning specific areas may not provide noticeable results if you are overweight. Spot training will be much more effective and show results once you have trimmed down the excess weight and fat percentage.
Although the steps to getting healthy and fit can be tough, there are things you can do that will help you enjoy it along the way. Use the advice offered here to build a fitness regimen that works. Think about getting fit as something that will require effort each day. Do a little more each time and increase the number of times you workout to help reach your goals.
Bye for now!
Your Wellness Coach
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Mikel Ruffenelli’s hips ‘shole’ DON’T lie!
Today, I was on my Facebook page reading today’s happenings and I came across a photo of a woman with EXTRE-EEMLY large hips! So large, in fact, that they measure at an amazing 8 feet in circumference!
I was intrigued enough to click on the link to see her video interview. Quite interesting to say the least… have a look for yourself: [Read more…] about Mikel Ruffinelli’s Record Breaking 8 Foot Hips