Excited to get back into the gym! The asthma monster had me down for a few weeks. I'm am soooo ready to get back to my routine. Tip today: if you get the flu or a cold, put your energy into getting healthy. Don't go to the gym. Your body will have to split energy between muscle recovery and fighting your illness, which will make getting better take longer. Also, no one wants to workout next to someone who's coughing and sneezing. :) Take care of your body, it's the only one you've got!
Have your attention? Good. The best fat burning exercise changes from person to person. The best fat burning exercise is something you're no good at (for me it's burpees burpees) .Cause the more efficient or the easier the exercise is for you, the less fat you will burn. 30 min of treadmill walking doesn't cut it. Please try something different today
Your waistline will thank you.
by Marc D Thompson Posture is an often overlooked part of fitness. Often improper or misaligned biomechanics can lead to injuries, both overuse and traumatic. If one has poor movement and continues that over a period of time a repetitive injury can result. The movement can be an everyday motion or an exercise in a gym. Traumatic injuries can be the result of bad mechanics while engaged in a sport of exercise, sometimes just a one time action.
by Marc D Thompson Proper daily nutrition habits are a crucial element to improving and maintaining our health. By refining our nutrition, we will have more energy, exercise more easily, feel better and eat our favorite holiday foods guilt-free. Here are a few tips to assist us in proper nutrition.
I spent a good portion of the day yesterday reading “Mindless Eating” by Brian Wansink. It’s a good read and a wonderful alternative to the many diet plans that exist today. I thought I’d share a few of the high points of the book.