Have you ever heard of HIIT training? The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that you exercise intensely enough to raise your heart rate to between 55 and 90 percent of your maximum heart rate. Burn some serious calories and increase your fitness level with this method of training.Stuck in a monotonous cardiovascular rut and not getting any fitter? Are you like many people who walk every day for one hour, at the same pace, seven days a week and get no results? Your body has adapted to your routine. Time to shock the system!
Focus on the one step that you can take right now. Let go of all regrets and resentment about what has already happened. Put your energy into where you are, and use that energy to do what you can in this moment. Decide to focus on the task at hand. It is what will move you forward. Think of how great it feels to be moving in a positive, productive direction. Focus your energy right now and make it happen.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Tuesday, August 07, 2012 @ 09:03am
Ik ben al weer vlijtig geweest. De recepten van de geproefde gerechtjes van zaterdag jl. heb ik netjes in een document gezet zodat ze zo per email verstuurd kunnen worden. Om welke recepten gaat het? Een Walnoot-Honing Tapenade, een Kiwi Salsa en 2 verschillende soorten jam. Wanneer je de recepten wilt ontvangen, klik dan nu even op "contact Jetty" laat even weten dat het om de recepten gaat en ik mail ze naar je. Simpel toch?!
Our somatosensory system gives us information about where one body part is relative to another and relative to the support surface (e.g. the surface we are standing or sitting upon).Copyright 2012, K-FitPro
Your body is actually always burning calories--> Your body needs calories to function!These calories that are needed add up to your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)-- Knowing your BMR will help you be able to lose weight more effectively, because you will know the amount of calories your body needs each day just to survive, then we'll calculate your needs based on your activity level. To properly calculate your BMR you need to factor in your age, height, weight, & gender.