Si realmente quiere saber la forma más rápida y segura de quemar grasa de una manera natural, primero debemos entender cómo funciona el sistema de consumo de energía en el cuerpo y cuáles son las fuentes de energía que utilizamos para ello.
Posted by Alex Galeth @ Monday, April 25, 2011 @ 21:54pm
So many struggle with not being able to lose weight or even being able to maintain ! You must find a balance in order to lose, gain or maintain. What does this mean to you? Well if you are looking to lose the weight, you must consume fewer calories then you burn! (Not too low though!)
Many people think they have a great diet but wonder why they are not losing the weight. Keeping track of what & when you are eating throughout the day is highly recommended.
Use the "two-day rule". Never go more than two days without exercise.If possible, exercise in the morning. It not only starts your day off with with a boost in metabolism, it increases the energy necessary to make it through the day. This strategy keeps you in the picture, front and center.Vary your routine - keep your physical body guessing, "What's on for today"?Keep strength or resistance exercise on your plan at least 2, if not 3 days a week. Connect with a trainer or email me if you need a change. Str
Today I want to tell you about a book that I checked out from our local library a few weeks ago. It is called ‘The End of Overeating’; its author is Dr. David Kessler MD. When I discuss with people personal fitness training, the wish to lose weight is almost always on top of the list. The newspapers are full of articles about the ‘obesity epidemic’. There is no shortage of diet books and programs. It is a huge industry only topped by the food industry trying to get us to eat even more.
I like to share this blog;PHYSIOTHERAPIST Chris Norris, of Norris Associates in Congleton, is working with Alderley Pilates Studio in Nether Alderley in making Arthritis Care Awareness Week (April 14 to 18), with a reminder that Pilates can be of great benefit to anyone with arthritis and other ailments.
Chris said: “Anyone diagnosed with arthritis should look at taking regular exercise to help them live with their condition and improve their mobility as well as reduce pain.
Older adults who participated in a moderate exercise program for 1 year improved cognitive functioning, according to a study published in Frotneirs in Aging Neuroscience (2010; 2 [Article 32], 1-17; doi:10.3389/fnagi.2010.00032). To compare the cognitive effects of aerobic training with those of stretching, toning and balance (STB) training among older adults, researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign recruited 65 subjects ranging in age from 59 to 80 years. Subjects reported having engaged in very little physical activity in the previous 6 monhts.
Posted by Lynsay Ryan @ Saturday, April 23, 2011 @ 16:22pm
1. Before ExerciseFluids: Drink at least 8 ounces of fluids prior to exercise.Meal: Eat a meal at least 4 hours prior to exercise so that the body uses carbohydrates proplery.Snack: Ideally, consume a snack 30-90 minutes prior to exercise; include 30-60g of carbohydrates, plus 5-10g or protein to provide energy for prolonged stamina and to decrease exercise-induced muscle protein breakdown. 2. During Exercise
Posted by Lynsay Ryan @ Saturday, April 23, 2011 @ 16:14pm
EpenephrineAlso known as adrenaline. It is secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress and acts on all body tissues. When produced in teh body, it participates in teh fight-or-flight response of the sympathetic nervous system by stimulating several physiological processes. Norepinephrine
Posted by Lynsay Ryan @ Saturday, April 23, 2011 @ 16:08pm
I participated in a race this last week on Post, which was about 2.5 miles and had some obstacles, it was called the Adventure Race, not much of an Adventure, but I did get First Place Female. It’s exciting to win, but on the other hand my competitors were all soldiers, not one other civilian participated, not sure why, but that was disappointing. It is also sad for me to see how out of shape some of these soldiers are as I was passing them right and left. I think sometimes when soldiers are “forced” into physical training (PT) every morning; they no long