Postprandial lipemia“huh? Hang with me while I try and explain it. It’s the triglycerides (blood fat) response to a meal. So, depending on how much fat or sugar is consumed in a meal, a person’s triglycerides will rise for 2-6 hours after a meal. These can rise anywhere from 120 to 300+ mg/dl and even higher for those who have diseases such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, or type 2 diabetes.
This is the BEST time of the year! Unfortunately, we make it more than what it should be, and it becomes the busiest/craziest time of year! Our schedules become so full and we hardly have time to breath let alone exercise. So, below I have made up a fun little workout called the 12 Days of Fitness. It’s quick and meant to be done everyday for the next 12 days.
Are you a catalyst for community-wide fitness promotion?Would you consider helping me to reach out to the sedentary population to reintegrate physical activity into their daily routine? Sharing her perspective in the preface of her book Instant Recess the late Dr. Antronette Yancey, MD, MPH wrote
At Home Tabata Workout Do eight 20/10-second Tabata cycles (four minutes total). Remember that the key is to go as fast as your body with allow for 20 seconds and rest 10 seconds (do not just stand still, march it out or step touch) Mountain Climbers
The top educators in the world list "Setting High Expectations" as a priority step to reaching great achievements: a belief that WONDERFUL THINGS ARE going to happen to you! From your first hot air balloon ride, to switching careers, to changing your health habits: aim high to reach high in your life. Once you set a high expectation, plan 1. Resources, 2. Timed Steps, and 3. Support to move from belief to reality.
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Posted by Shane Mclean @ Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 10:08am
Writing this blog post today I realize that there are many many more certification agencies than ever before in the history of Fitness. When I first got started in the business there was only one IDEA. Now it is crazy. Some clubs require a basic certifcation plus if you are teaching a specialty class a certification in that class. My club only requested one but I gave them all. ACE Personal Trainer, ACE Group Exercise, and Zumba.
Some people are risk takers and some are not. Research shows it's not just a behavour but a personality. Are you a risk taker? It appears that I am although I never would have considered I was. My career in the fitness industry began in 1985 and through the years my personal accomplishments have been extremely rewarding. Recently I decided to 'go for it' and open my own facility. After all, why not? Do I want to always wonder about the 'what if's'? Bam...
As I was driving back from my daughter's ballet class a few years ago, I couldn't stop thinking about a certain topic that has been on my mind for some time. What are our real reasons for working out and eating right? How can this affect our results? I know we all claim to want to be healthier but is this our real reason?