With a few months left to go for this year, it’s common for folks to start giving serious thought to the list of personal to-dos that have yet to be accomplished. If you made a commitment to lose weight at the start of this year – and failed to hit your mark thus far – you’re certainly not alone. Millions of individuals have the best intentions of living a better, healthier life, and millions struggle to keep that promise to themselves. But if you’re thinking about taking a drastic step to get yourself back on track toward your goal, proceed with caution.
Exercise and anger, what do they have in common?Well, they have a lot in common.What do you do when you get mad? Do you yell or scream? How about punch a hole in the wall or punch someone? Well, I'd hate for you to punch someone, so, let's hope that is not the case.Just like exercise can help many other things, it can help you manger your anger.Here are four reasons why exercise and anger have a lot in common.
If you are wondering about what is the best option to lose weight fast - Diet or the workout. Let me tell you one thing, the main thing is the motivation and after that, diet and workout both are necessary to lose weight as fast as you can without getting in risk. So, let's try what options do we have here to get rid of fats as soon as possible. Getting A Great Morning
Posted by Ellen Gross @ Monday, September 19, 2016 @ 06:06am
I have people approach me almost everyday seeking my advice about losing weight, or they have started started a diet and exercise regimen, but seem to have reached a plateau in their efforts. I know the topic of weight loss is always a confusing one.
Posted by Alexis Scott @ Sunday, September 18, 2016 @ 14:07pm
Participation as a Subject Matter Expert in a 3-day meeting by the American Council on Exercise in San Diego, CA regarding the Personal Trainer Job Analysis/Role Delineation Study for the ACE-CPT Certification Exam.https://www.acefitness.org/fitness-certifications/personal-trainer-certification/default.aspx
The transformation of seasons is upon us, and provides an opportune time to reflect on change. I am very grateful to be visiting Paris this month, a city where I activated a huge shift in my life, moving from my third year of medical school at UCSF, into an international dance career. Visiting my friends in Paris fills me with excitement, as I remember the transformational times I have experienced there.