July 5. Running to the Mission District.11 a.m. - snack with protein supplement, water, banana.12 a.m. - 12 30 p.m. Run.Market street, people, cold, windy, street cars.In the Mission - beautiful paintings on the wall, picturesque habitant, blue sky.2 p.m. - lunch.Sushi, a lot og green tea.July 6.6 a.m. - water, bread with peanutbutter.6 a.m.-7 a.m. - Run.Mason street,Huntigton square, roses, fountain, feeling myself like in Monmart in Paris.Try to repeat a few times incline - decline climbs, very difficult.
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Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Friday, July 06, 2012 @ 07:27am
Why do I need a personal trainer when there is so much information out there? I can just look up what I need to know. Do you find yourself asking this? Well, here is the answer. First, with all the information out there, alot can be confusing. A personal trainer can help you sort through what you need and personalize it to help you reach your goal. They can guide you and set you up in the right direction.
Posted by Jimmy Just @ Friday, July 06, 2012 @ 05:22am
1. Pump up your Protein-- People who consume more protein maintain their weight loss longer than those who don't. Higher amounts of protein make you feel full longer and it helps build lean muscle tissue.
After a pretty gloomy July 4th here in San Diego (which I was fine with, actually), the show of all shows -- the one we've been working on all year with much determination and thrill -- opened its doors wide for the preconference and expo preview.I have to tell you; it's already rocking here. The vibe is incredible. Thirty years of health and fitness education, camaraderie and lasting friendships have culminated in an event that is sure to create real fireworks, which is more than the city of San Diego can say for its lackluster fireworks display last night (Google it).
Posted by Joy Keller @ Thursday, July 05, 2012 @ 18:29pm
Most of the sodium Americans eat is found in processed foods. Eat highly processed foods less often and in smaller portions—especially cheesy foods, such as pizza; cured meats, such as bacon, sausage, hot dogs, and deli/ luncheon meats; and ready-to-eat foods, like canned chili, ravioli, and soups. Fresh foods are generally lower in sodium
Posted by Denise Romo @ Thursday, July 05, 2012 @ 16:35pm
While celebrating the 4th of July can be fun being with Family, BBQ's, Swimming, and Fireworks it also comes with eating Junk Food! I don't believe in Detox's....but I do believe in "Eating Clean"!! A great way to detox without drinking horrible tasting juices or going on a dreaded fast try eating natural, nutrient-dense whole foods and cut back on all processed foods. You will look better and feel better!!