Weight Loss – When Should You Take a Break From Your Diet?
It may seem contradictory to hear you should take a break from your weight loss diet. But an important distinction must be made. First, you must ask yourself how long it has been since you started dieting. If the answer is several months, you may be due for a break for reasons we are about to discuss. If you have just started to lose weight recently for health reasons, then everything you are about to read will not be immediately relevant to you. But at some point in time, it will. Revisit these ideas when you hit an inevitable plateau or when you have been dieting for longer than six months.Exercises and Workouts – Have You Been Training Regularly and Want to Take Your Workout Up a Notch?
If you are someone who is interested in getting started in a running program, one term you may come across at some point or another is Fartlek training. What is this training and why does it benefit you? Let’s go over a few things you will want to know as you get started.Cardio Exercises – Perform at the Beginning or End of Your Weight Training Session?
Should cardio be performed “before” a weight training session or “after?” It all depends on what a person is attempting to gain and the goal they have set for their workout. Either way, cardio should always be included as a part of a successful and productive exercise program.Why Exercise? Here’s Why
So many people need a reason to exercise. This article will look at the top 5 reason to start. You don’t need to invest in a lot of time or money to see results. We just need to get ourselves moving.Body-Weight Rocks
Okay, so we’ve all heard that to get a great body you need to go to the gym and lift weights. However you don’t have to lift weights or go to a gym to get a great body at all, you can build an amazing physique with nothing but body-weight exercises.