With over 30,000 health clubs with 45.5 million members, you are probably one of the many millions that have a gym membership. Unfortunately, the average American visits their gym a mere 89 times per year! Since a lack of time is cited as the number one reason (or excuse!) for people not exercising, it is noteworthy to consider alternative methods of checking the daily exercise goal off of your list. Read these tips for exercising even when you can't make it to the.Read more
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Many people mistakenly believe that if you exercise on an empty stomach, you will burn more fat and more calories. Would you take a road trip in your car without putting gas in it? Of course not! The truth is that your body needs energy in the form of carbohydrates to keep it going efficiently during and after your workout--without it, you may feel tired and drained. Follow these three tips to stay fueled during your next workout: 1. Timing is Everything!.Read more
If you loved to play volleyball in high school, then you should keep playing as an adult. Since we all have very busy schedules and limited energy, the precious time we spend exercising should be enjoyed. If you were on your high school or college tennis or basketball league, you should think about taking it up again even in your more mature years. Follow these principles:1. Even if you do have an existing exercise regimen, your body needs a change from the norm from.
Your home environment plays a large role in your successful quest toward a healthier lifestyle. There is a direct correlation between the number of TVs you have, how visible you keep healthy foods vs. not so healthy foods, and how easy it is for you to get up and exercise. If you want to see changes in your health, then you must make changes in your environment at home (and at work). Use these tips to help you make the transition:
1. How many.Read more