Anyone who is serious about fitness should include at least one day of circuit training into their weekly routine.
Although I have adjusted my exercises methods over the years, I was at my fittest when I did ‘muscle splits’ four days per week and circuit training on the fifth day.
I gained [...]
Have you ever noticed small children – how easy and natural it is for them to squat down until their butts are t0uching the floor? What happened to us between then and now?
Squats are an important exercise for all-around fitness, especially as we age. Granted we can’t properly squat the same amount of weights as [...]
At one time all fats were considered to be bad for our health. Lately however it has been proven that there are certain fats that are actually beneficial to healthy living.
Fats such as those found in avocados and in other foods as well as omega -3 fatty acids found in fish oil are now being touted by health [...]
Diabetes continues to be growing problem and there are institutions and individual researchers dedicated to finding a cure for this disease . . . which seems to be so elusive. I have no doubt that there will be a break through in the near future since it is affecting a so many people.
Unfortunately, the opportunities [...]
Belly fat is the bane of most westernized cultures and can be seen as far back as the days of the pharaohs. It is directly related to inactivity and poor diet. It can be fixed however it will take a strong desire and motivation plus consistent effort to banish it once and for all.
For years I have [...]
For years I’ve experimented with my diet — trying various combinations of foods, eating at different times and even fasting to find the best eating plan for myself. I have concluded that a low carb-high quality fats and protein diet is ideal for my weight loss and maintenance goals. I don’t always eat this [...]
Strength training should be an important part of every adult daily activity. It will keep your muscles toned and trim, improve balance, relieve stress (think of that nagging boss when you work out), promote weight loss, give you a sexy looking body, among other things. It’s unfortunate to notice however, that there are not many older [...]
Is type 2 diabetes ‘diabetes’ as currently understood?
The current way of diagnosing type-2 diabetes using blood glucose levels needs to be revised, research by scientists from The University of Manchester and King’s College London suggests.
The findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE today (3 September), show the current method of [...]
The prime time for most gym goers is after work . . . . between the hours of 6:30 pm and 10:00 pm in the evenings. For years, this was the time slot you would find me there. A crowded gym and tired people, along with a shortage of equipment didn’t allow for much time at certain equipments. It [...]
Although we are slowly recovering from the recession of 2008-2010, employers are still reluctant to hire workers and when the do it’s almost at slave wages and working conditions.
In many instances people have to work two or more jobs to earn what they did a few years earlier. It is no wonder we witnessing more [...]
- GET THE LATEST WEIGHT LOSS TIPS AND PROMOTIONS BY REGISTERING TODAY
- Why I’m a fan of circuit training
- The Squatting Mistake That Hurts Your Knees
- New Type Of ‘Good’ Fat Could Help Cure Diabetes
- Insulin breakthrough: ‘This is part of the holy grail of medicine,’ expert says
- Blast away belly fat
- Low carb diets win for weight loss: Gary Taubes explains why
- Adults Over 45 Not Meeting U.S. Muscle Strengthening Guidelines, Study Says
- Is type 2 diabetes ‘diabetes’ as currently understood?
November 2014 M T W T F S S « Oct 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Tagsalcohol American Diabetes Association belly fat Bench Press biggest loser blood sugar blood sugar levels bmi body mass index cardio cardiovascular disease cortisol diabetes diabetes mellitus Diabetes UK diabetic diabetics diet exercise fitness heart disease high-intensity interval training high intensity hiit hypoglycemia insulin intervals lose weight losing weight lunges Mediterranean diet metabolism obese obesity overweight physical activity pre-diabetes regular exercise running strength training type 1 diabetes type 2 diabetes weight loss workout workouts