HI guys, everyone in this world wants to be fit and fine. Most of us try some healthy foods and healthy exercises for that.For me, swimming is the best fitness tip. What about you guys? Share with everyone. Our fitness tips may help each other.
Walking is best for me. Start out slowly with 10 minutes a day, until you can walk 30 minutes a day at least 3 times a week. I walk every day. Walk with your dog. Get a pedometer. Count those steps. Have fun. Meet the neighbors. Enjoy nature.
No matter what you do, keep moving!
Kegel Exercises 2 times a day! You can do them sitting down, driving in your car, anywhere
What you ingest is 70% of fitness.
Then aerobics and weight traing for, vascular, muscular and bone strength.
...all of this MUST become a lifestyle!
It's as simple as that!
I suggest remembering that exercise doesn't necessarily HAVE to be half hour of this that n what not a few mins here of this that n the other thing all do add up on their own. I skip rope, row, walk, dance and bit of tae bo.
1. knowing what works for you is the biggest thing to remember.
2. Your body wont start burning fat until 15-20 minutes after a workout has started.(befor it will burn sugar)
3.Giving yourself a cheat meal when eating healthy. Onnce every 3-4 day eat that dessert or meal you want it will help in the long run. dont go overboard tho!.
4.Train with a friend and feed off each others energy.
Nice topic for this time of year, when many are thinking of trimming their waistlines before going to the beach or wearing shorts.
I enjoy step-aerobics the most, it really gets the heart pumping and the lungs working. Builds muscles at the same time as burning calories.
I would also recommend to be conscious of portion control while keeping plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables around for snacking.
Transition to eating raw foods will definitely slim waistlines and restore a lot of biochemistry balance to the body. Additionally, regular exercise will go a long way to stay off additional hits on the body and mind.
I have pretty poor fitness, but I have started a regime I saw on the internet that is perfect for lazy people like me. I put a tv show on for an hour and jog on the spot for an hour, and during the adverts I do stomach crunches. I've also started trying to get my 5 a day, eating more fruit, and drinking lots more water. Don't really know if it's making a difference but I feel better mentally knowing that I'm trying.
I will get my own beer sometimes instead of making one of my children get it for me. I think the satisfaction of doing something healthy is the real pay off for the effort.
In my opinion, the healthest thing to do is turn off your computer, get up and actually go out and do something! Take a walk, go for a bike ride, mow the lawn, have sex with a consenting adult. It really doesn't matter what you are doing, just as long as you are physically up moving around. A little fresh air never killed anyone either. Use you imagination. Get creative. Just do something.
Eat slower. Apparently if you hog a bunch of food down in a short period of time, it'll turn to fat. Take your time and try eating smaller portions throughout the day.
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