Unless you've got the moves of the dazzling "Uptown Funk" treadmill dancer, working out on a treadmill can feel like an endless slog on a revolving belt that leads nowhere fast. Which is what often happens to your motivation. In fact, in one study runners were put on treadmills immediately after an outdoor run and asked to run at the same speed. They adjusted the treadmill speed much slower, which researchers felt related to the runners' perception of speed on.Read more
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Food Network star Melissa d'Arabian is an expert on healthy eating on a budget. She is the author of the cookbook, "Supermarket Healthy." melissadarabian.net The trick to making a nutritious breakfast a daily habit is never being more than 60 seconds away from something healthy. Because in the morning rush, it's too easy to grab something unhealthy. Lately, my go-to quick and healthy choice has been oat pudding, mostly because my kids love it. But I also like the staying power the complex carbs and fiber.Read more
As an office yoga teacher, every day I work with people who have found yoga as their way to energize during the work day. While it's becoming ever more popular due to some powerful people encouraging it, I wonder about those without the luxury of a stretch break in the afternoon. Staying energized contributes to success, and I've asked around and found some creative ways successful people do it. So, how do successful people stay energized? I've interviewed a dynamic group of people in.Read more
Working out at a gym or running outside helps people lose weight, build muscles and decrease stress. The American Heart Association recommends that people exercise at least 150 minutes per week to achieve optimal health benefits. Not only do regular exercisers release endorphins that help them feel great, but they also experience countless benefits. These good surprises from exercise will offer benefits to your whole body.Read more
Brain FunctionYour brain function improves immediately after you exercise. According to Brain HQ, exercise stimulates the heart rate.
Here is yet another great reason to start working out! If you have been feeling stressed due to work or personal reasons, then an hour at the gym is just what the doctor ordered. Research shows that people who hit the gym frequently show far lower levels of stress than those who do not work out at all. So now going to the gym and breaking a sweat will not only make you healthier and help you get a fit body, it will also help you.Read more