There are many different opinions and recommendations about the best way to get into shape.If you have not found ways to improve your fitness quite yet, here are a few ideas:
The journey of losing weight is different for everyone, but did you know gender plays a roll in these differences? Most women experience monthly hormone fluctuations that affect them emotionally and physically. This adds another layer for women to deal with in order to succeed in their weight loss goals.
Have you ever had a sweat filled workout and felt like you are already lighter? Maybe when you step on the scale you are a pound lighter, this may not be due to weight loss. It is due to fluid loss. In other words, as soon as you hydrate yourself, your weight will return to …
Obesity specialists have seen it all when it comes to weight loss including all the craziest of fad diets. We are all hoping for that quick fix and immediate gratification in achieving our ultimate weight loss success. This mindset often leads to mistakes that eventually hinder the long term goal.
It is amazing when you are tracking your calories to see how they can really add up, but that is part of the beauty of calorie counting. When you start logging your calorie intake you become aware of your choices and you can make better decisions about your food choices. But sometimes it can also …
What should you prioritize on your weight loss journey? There are three components that you can focus on that will make a big difference in how much weight can be lost; Counting calories, strength training and cardio! These components are all important but they are not created equal. Here is a little breakdown:
Women’s bodies undergo so many changes from the time we hit puberty to menopause. Since nothing can prevent this from happening, we can cushion these changes by altering both our exercise and eating habits. Maintaining these changes in your lifestyle can help but the sooner you start them the better.
When someone in your life is in the process of losing weight should you draw attention to the weight loss and applaud the person and their efforts or should you de-emphasize it and avoid the discussion all together? Often your first reaction is to praise that person for all their hard work. But is hearing …
An enemy far more loathed than cholesterol and fat, SUGAR has become public enemy number one when in comes to health concerns in America.
There is a reason, besides vanity, that a lot of fat in the abdominal region can be dangerous. Does an expanding waistline grow your risk for chronic illness?