Recently Lori, a client of mine, called me angry, upset and discouraged. She had just returned from her yearly physical, which she had been eagerly anticipating. Though she hadn't reached her weight-loss goal, Lori had made many lifestyle c... Read more
Spending a good 60 minutes on the treadmill is a surefire way to make you feel accomplished. After completing the machine's fat-burning workout, you feel great and quite proud of yourself as you stare at the number flashing on the screen: 752 cal... Read more
A treadmill can seem scary to the beginner. They're big and bulky, make a lot of noise and have tons of buttons and moving parts. But I'm about to let you in on a secret: They're really not that scary. In fact, with just a few hints, the... Read more
When it comes to running (and walking), you have two types of people: those who adore the outdoors and those who would rather have their try at the treadmill. I've heard countless reasons from each type of runner on exactly why they choose to run... Read more
Wouldn’t it be great to be inside the mind of a health and fitness expert, even just for a little while? You could learn the tricks of the trade, straight from the experiences in their own lives. Do what they do, make the healthy choices they m... Read more
Nike has a good one for running (or treadmill or elliptical). It's free and there are verbal cheers for you. I LOVED it when I was running more. Now I use it for my rebounder. It's called Nike+, although I also use Nike Training Club (NTC), too.... Read more
My test results suggest that I am pre-diabetic. The doc tested me bc I was having a difficult time losing weight. Its been a hard road. Anyone else having trouble dropping the weight with diabetes? How did you do it?... Read more
I have been on either Synthroid or Armour Thyroid (dependent on the whims of the doctor) for about 40 years. This week my newest doctor had me take a Resting Metabolic Rate Test. It was a 10 minute test that showed that my metabolism is off-the-chart... Read more
Although it's a great way to get some extra activity, only about 17% of Americans walk or bike to work each day. Why is that number so low? Would you consider this kind of commute if you knew it could improve your overall health--regardless of your... Read more
For many years, research has linked being overweight or obese with a variety of health problems, including diabetes, heart disease and stroke. But a new study claims that weight might not be the best predictor of overall health.In a study from The A... Read more
whoa.. it's over now.. YAY!!
I worried so much about this test. I lost so much sleep worrying.. I don't even know why I was so worried. I have walked on treadmills quite a bit in my life. I guess I was worried I would fail the test.
For th... Read more
Happy Friday to everyone~
So as my previous blogs mention i will be having surgery in March due to anemia. I will be having a hysterectomoy done. I been having problems with tachacardia there are days when just sitting my pulse is 130-140. So m... Read more
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