Q: " I am finding that after I do a workout I am really hungry and often make bad choices in what I eat. Can you give me any tips on what would be a good snack to have that will curb my cravings without ruining the hard work I have just done!"Source : HH1 linh dam
Posted by hiep elines2 @ Wednesday, December 17, 2014 @ 00:31am
For many people men and women, dating and workout do not actually move nicely together. Training is something you are doing by your-self, both in the fitness center or in an area filled with class-mates that are sweaty. Heading however, on a day, typically involves in the event that if you are fortunate, sitting, consuming, watching films--and possibly an extended walk to the shore.
Posted by Ethnic World @ Tuesday, December 02, 2014 @ 01:46am
Everywhere you turn there are people walking together, Zumba classes being advertised and running clubs meeting for weekly jogs. Why are people flocking together to exercise? What are the benefits of working out with a group?
Posted by Abby Magness @ Thursday, October 09, 2014 @ 09:00am
About a week ago we have the opportunity to visit our son Kieran who was interning in Bath, Maine this summer. We were able to climb, I say climb because hiking would not be the word, as there were no switch backs Cadillac Mt. in Acadia National Park. We had a great day with Kieran and a marvelous day to hike. We visited 6 different cities in Maine, each one more beautiful than the next! PLEASE go out and enjoy what nature has to offer. Nothing invigorates you more! If you missed the early summer posts on various benefits of exercising outdoors, please scroll down and take a peak.
The year 2013 closed with considerable public focus on extreme fitness activities. Obstacle courses, fitness races and almost cultlike fitness activities have garnered ever increasing public interest and fitness industry market share. However, at the same time, these events have heightened public and media focus on fitness activity injuries and deaths as well as the qualifications of fitness professionals such as personal trainers.
Growing up in a family run business, managing it, and learning all the ins and outs of what it takes to NOT JUST STAYING IN BUSINESS, BUT MAKING A PROFIT EVERY YEAR, the most important thing I've learned is that without good, happy, healthy employees, WE HAVE NO BUSINESS!
The #1 MAJOR PROBLEM TODAY THAT ANY BUSINESS CORPORATE OR SMALL IS DEALING WITH IS THE EXTREME COST OF HEALTH INSURANCE!!!
YOU KNOW YOU GOTTA EXERCISE, you know that don't you??? Yep, sure you do! And the #1 comment every women makes is, "I JUST DON'T GOT THE TIME, after the kids, the house, the dog, cat and everything in between, I'm pooped!"
YOU DO HAVE THE TIME! YOU'RE JUST NOT SCHEDULING EXERCISE INTO YOUR WEEKLY TO DO LIST!
That being the case you're CHEATING on the CEO of your ohana.
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...