1. Have a firm handshake.
2. Look people in the eye.
3. Sing in the shower.
4. Own a great stereo system.
5. If in a fight, hit first and hit hard.
6. Keep secrets.
7. Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday.
8. Always accept an outstretched ha...
Is it true that heating food in a microwave oven destroys most of the nutrients while creating byproducts that affect your brain and hormones?
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I have kept my weight off for about 3 years by being consistant about my exercise. I workout about 6 to 7 hours most weeks. I do Zumba 2 times a week, walk, weights once a week, Range of Motion once a week, and am forever working in my yard. Until I committed myself to doing this I would always ga...
Find a form of exercise that you enjoy. Step outside of the ordinary - try dancing, skating, team sports. Be persistant - don't give up - there will be something that you enjoy.
Listen to music whenever you can, especially during down times. It will motivate you to move around instead of sitting complacently, maybe even get up and bust a move!
I pack my lunch each night, usually when I'm cleaning up from dinner. That way, when I'm rushed in the morning, I can't forget to make a healthy lunch.
I'm most likely to make an unhealthy meal choice when I'm rushed or tired. To avoid this I set aside time to cook in large batches. Then I freeze meals in individual portion sizes. When I don't have time to make lunch or I'm too tired to cook dinner, I just pull something out of the freezer.
I'm a member of Spark since 2009 but I failed to be consistent on track, Now i decided to be committed in my consistency
Whenever I start to feel bored with-food, exercise-whatever
I try something new. Now have discovered do not like acorn squash but butternut squash and spaghetti squash I love. Don't like elliptical or stairclimber but like the elliptical beast as I call the cross trainer/climber creature. Don't l...