This question might be on a lot of people’s minds. After been able to lose some weight in the early stages you find that you might have hit a plateau and your weight is refusing to go down, this can be frustrating and demotivating.
It’s important to find a gym partner, and once you find a gym partner you will realize what a huge difference it will make.
After being going to the gym for a while, I thought I could gym in any kind of gym environment. As long as I knew what I am doing and had my goal in mind. That was true until I experienced something at the gym the other day which made me decide to write this article.
In life we will need to balance between Work, Relationships and Health. Too often we only focus on one thing or the other.
Most of the time when we talk about losing weight or exercising in general, the first thing that comes in mind is cardio. Even thou cardio is very important, time spent on resistance training, rest and recovery are just as important.
I believe that finding your balance in life is very important. You cannot lean completely towards one thing or another, as everything has its pros and cons.
Your body is composed entirely of molecules derived from food. Macronutrients (fat, protein, carbohydrate) and micronutrients (vitamins, minerals) are absorbed through the digestive tract, your fundamentally health depends on what you eat.
This were mistakes that I’ve made when I started my weight loss journey and after doing some research I found them to be common mistakes for lots of people. Learn from my mistakes so that it won’t interfere with your progress
I went from 98.7kg to 72kg, but the journey was not easy. I would like to share with you my weight loss stories, tips, and experiences, including these five beginning steps.
What we feed our children since their early childhood, to a large extent determines their health and dietary habits for life. As a parent myself with two boys of my own, I know how hard it is to get them to eat the right foods.
Everyone's opinions and views are different. What I have gathered through my years of experience is that no matter what you want to succeed in, these 3 fundamental principles will always be the same.
I didn't like how my weight was weighing down on my self-confidence and energy levels. Around October of 2016, at the starting weight of 98.7 kg, I changed my diet, got rid of bad habits, and worked out consistently. It was a hard six months, but I am now 72 kg and happier than ever.