How much you exercise depends on what you want to achieve – rock-hard sexiness, slim and toned sleekness, general health or something in between.
Exercise is medicine. Exercise is not just something you do to look and feel good. Exercise is gaining more ground as doctors prescribe it for the treatment of various serious diseases.
Something you might not know is that strength training has been proven to help prevent type 2 diabetes. Studies have been done to show that strength training helps prevent type 2 diabetes by triggering metabolic changes in the body.
Posture is defined as skeletal and muscular balance of the body that allows it to move in certain ways and stay in certain positions without causing it injury. It has been found that misaligned skeletal framework of a body (most importantly the spine) can cause a multitude of health problems. The largest of these problems Continue reading →
Losing weight implies a subtraction of some kind – you want to subtract body weight (preferably body fat) – and there are several different ways to go about it; one is through diet which means subtracting calories from your food intake. That’s what low-calorie diets do, you eat fewer calories (calories measure the energy value Continue reading →
Interval training is getting a lot of attention right now and for very good reason. Find out how it spikes metabolism and why it’s becoming known as the fat-burning miracle.
There is an obstacle to fitness that more than half of the population never have to think about but for us women, and especially women with larger breasts, it’s very real and can put a complete stop to even the thought of running or other similar activities. Some resourceful women overcome this obstacle by wearing Continue reading →
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the estimated annual medical cost of cardiovascular disease or stroke is $209.3 billion; cancer is $60.9 billion; diabetes is $92 billion; obesity is $61 billion. That’s a total of $423.2 billion! What’s more, many of these diseases can be prevented by simply exercising and eating Continue reading →
How to Lose Ten Pounds in One Day To lose weight, you need to reduce one or more of the three main ingredients in your body: Adipose tissue: fat Water Lean tissue: muscle, bone or organs If your goal is just to lower the numbers on the weight scale, then you can lose a quick Continue reading →
Follow these to make you workouts safer, more effective, and more time-efficient – and get the fastest possible results, in shortest amount of time that your body’s genetics allow.