1. Put your fork down when you chew.
Or take a sip of water between each bite—eating slowly can boost levels of two hormones that make you feel fuller. You also will not be tempted to eat to fast and you will enjoy every bite.
2. Training before lunch or dinner.
Use my DP2 formula. Trust me, if you have these 4 on your side, you will not fail.
... Refuse to allow your limitations from achieving your desired outcome.
Do the physical work required..
Set aside time in your busy life to train, staying focused on your goal.
I blew up my elbow last week. It is an old injury that flared up again. To get better faster I avoided these 2 foods that can cause further inflammation ) Sugar - . Nothing damages the digestive track like sugar. The medical community is starting to agree on the fact that chronic inflammation often starts in your gut, the biggest part of your immune system. 2) Alcohol - I also like my Friday night drink-out, but keep in mind that beer or any other alcoholic beverage damages your gut flora and liver when consumed in excess. If your hurt this will help. Hope you all had a great Monday
Here are 10 Unusual Tips to Burn Fat Faster by Chad Howse of Powerhouse Metabolism 1. Drink water when you wake up. Our metabolisms are one of our most important friends in our mission to fight fat. By drinking 2 big glasses of cold water upon rising, we're getting the calorie burning process started without actually consuming any calories. We're also rehydrating our bodies after a 6-8 hour span with full body function that uses a lot of water, but has no hydration. 2. Fat cells are more receptive during the morning.
Days where is harder to exercise. Your sore. It is raining. You gave a slight headache. Excuses. That is exactly the time you need to exercise. You will be glad you did. Trust me on that. Have a fantastic Thursday.
P90X. Body pump. Turbo fire. All these one size fit all programing doesn't take into account you, the individual. Everyone's posture is different. Your slouched shoulders are not good for overhead pressing. You need more back exercises. You may have tight hips, so getting into any squat position is difficult.
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Wednesday, April 17, 2013 @ 15:20pm