The number one excuse for not exercising is lack of time. I just don't have time to workout, work, take care of kids, cook, clean...ugh. I'm already stressed just thinking about getting it all done.
Thing is to see change and benefit from exercise you need at minimum 90 minutes a week. For most people, if you sleep 7 hours a night, this is less than 3% of your time.
90 minutes ALL week! For just 90 minutes, you can reduce your risk of diabetes, control blood glucose, redu
Does any one eat at home anymore? Seems that the average American eats about 4-5 commercially prepared meals a week. To be honest I was shocked...living with food allergies, I rarely eat out so I cook 99% of our families meals and blindly assumed everyone else did too. Realize despite the convenience of eating out, many restaurant portions are just out of whack. My family recently dined at a well known Italian restaurant. Everyone came home with doggie bags as the portions we
So how long will it take to see results? After all I'm paying alot of money and...
This is a common issue that comes up in training. To be honest, I give the standard answer you will get the results over time typically 6-8 weeks IF you stick with the PLAN. This all sounds terrific in consultation but then it's Friday night and the crowd is out for beer and wings...who wants to miss out because they are eating clean.
Awesome results are possible and can come quickly. A clie
Inspired by a meeting today, here goes!
I more than understand how hard it is to change your body. It is a forever struggle...
It's been a lifetime of weight cycling, deprivation, diets, and everything else you have also probably heard of for me to try to lose weight.
My maximum weight was 220lbs. I was very discouraged and upset. I don't know why that bothered me or if it was that I no longer fit into "regular ladies" sizes. It was just a tipping point for me.
I was so
Early morning stop for your cup of coffee? Does the caffeine really work as well as you want? Are there healthier substitutes? Some research suggests you may be just as satisfied eating an apple especially if you workout in the morning. I don't believe variety matters...so if you are partial to pink lady like I am go for it! However, apples obviously do not contain any caffeine so clearly there is no chemical boost. Some research indicates that caffeine may help some athletes
A common complaint for many people as we age, is the well..."chicken neck". You can minimize the issue by a few simple exercises. Be sure to go easy or you will end up with a sore jaw line like me but all for beauty.
1. Act like a fish gasping for air. This will tighten the muscles in the neck
2. Chew gum
3. Act like a cow chewing. Be careful on this one especially if you have any jaw issues.
If nothing else you will have fun doing these exercises.