Yes, this gentleman is correct. No matter what your goals from exercise, 70% of the pay-off comes from diet and proper recovery. Add a good stretching routine AFTER exercise (or if you're already warm). Nothing in fitness stands alone, ever...
A morning walk or any other low intensity activity is a great way to get ready for the day. Leave the high intensity exercises for the evening.
What? Leave the high intensity exercises for the evening when you are already knackered (exhausted) from a whole day's work? I can't quite agree with that. Ideally the high density activity should be your work as in say, digging holes to plant trees. Failing that, consider that If you are overweight you eat more than you need to eat. So think about going to the gym instead of having lunch once or twice a week. That might be a good way to lose weight.
I like to walk long distance. I live in Michigan, so I do most of my walking in the spring, summer, and fall. But, I have been known to venture out on the ice whenever the mood strikes me.
I made a hub about it, if you want to check it out. I usally bring a camera along, so I can take pictures of my walking adventures. I am also somewhat of a mal walker.
I prefer to do any running in the morning when i have the most energy. Evening walks after dinner are nice.
by janesix4 years ago
Whether your view is religious or scientific. And if you think the Universe is a steady state(as in, has no beginning or end),then try to explain that instead. Thank you.
by Peeples5 years ago
I started trying to diet 3 days ago. Low calorie and low carb. I use to eat 2 full meals (oversized I'm sure) plus a full pot of coffee loaded with sugar and milk each morning. I cut out my coffee and I am only drinking...
by Davinagirl38 years ago
I'm a nighttime girl, but I have noticed men like to do it in the morning. Is it an "energy" thing?
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