Staying active is the key to fighting the holiday bulge. If you are sitting in front of food you will want to eat it but if you have a plan of action that keeps you too busy to indulge then you will consume less while others consume your servings.
Posted by Don Austin @ Thursday, November 01, 2012 @ 15:31pm
Well, here we are, almost daily I like to share my thougts about health, fitness, wellness and life. As I started to gather my thoughts this afternoon a guy is outside my club smoking a cigar with aroma creeping in. That was a downer, now I have to get the air freshener out, so thoughts are blank. So,So, what is on your mind, time to vent, time to open up.
Posted by Kurt Gillon @ Thursday, November 01, 2012 @ 15:18pm
I think November is the toughest month for most people to stay healthy. There's the candy hangover from Halloween, the time change, the weather changes, Thanksgiving and travel looms while we try to fit in our regular responsibilities to ourselves and families. One thing that helps us stay ourselves at this time of year is exercise. I think the biggest mistake people make is being too hard on themselves for not exercising enough. Do some type of exercise each week in November, it's ok if you have a lot of other things on your plate. Do something and think outside the box.
Posted by Mac Dodds @ Thursday, November 01, 2012 @ 14:20pm
Today is November 1st. In a few weeks we celebrate Thanksgiving, then shopping, parties, Christmas, New Years, family, dinners, treats cookies and on and on and on. Before Trick or treaters made it to the doors, Christmas decorations were already in the stores. For people who battle weight and food issues, this is the most dangerous time of year. You either give out candy or have kids bringing it home..or both. Then Thanksgiving with the big dinners, pies cakes and breads.
Posted by Julie Parkes @ Thursday, November 01, 2012 @ 13:17pm
What's on your list of "should have" or "should not"? Maybe it goes like this: I should go to the gym, I should stop eating the leftover Halloween candy, etc. The stress it invokes in just dwelling on the subject rather than using it to invoke action. Sometimes we have to weigh the pros and cons but for the most part just as Nike says "Just Do It". Chances are you will feel better after accomplishing that first step and maybe you need to have a buddy to support you through this. That's okay too. Remember, keep i
People always ask me how they should eat. Well, I'll tell you, I have a viewpoint that focuses on being healthy and sexy and amazing. Ready? Here are my four cornerstones to nutritional success, flourishing health and amazing weight loss.
National Posture Institute Research Review-Sleep tied to teen sports injuriesAdolescent athletes who slept eight or more hours each night were 68 percent less likely to be injured than athletes who regularly slept less, according to an abstract presented Sunday, Oct. 21, at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans.