Instead of taking the elevator, I take the stairs. Park farther away and walk. I always find some way to do it without using technology
I have worked out all my life, and started lifting weights when I was 18. I have kept the weight off even through having 4 kids. I do mostly weight training with some cardio but put the emphasis on strength training and HIIT, not long time cardio. Love my muscle, especially since as you start gettin...
I have found this to work for me - do the workout recommended on www.alsearsmd.com - too much cardio breaks down muscle, interval training does not. You only have to do around 12 minutes to get the benefits, not hours at a time. Thank goodness for that!
Make sure you drink enough water every day. If you don't it can affect your energy and even shrink your brain! And if you asthma, it can affect your breathing and wheezing - helps to thin mucous. So drink up!
If you have trouble taking supplements everyday (forgetting) my tip is what I have adopted. I have a 3 portion container and in the morning I portion out all my supplements into morning, evening and before bed. Then I can forget about when to take what and just down them all when it is time.
I remember everyday. to take them. I have a 3 portion container and I sort all my supplements for the day in the morning - breakfast, dinner, before bed. That way I have everything all done and it is easy to remember. Priorities!
I have learned that just because you "get off the wagon" one day it doesn't wreck your whole plan. Just get back on the wagon the next meal or the next day. It's not worth beating yourself up.
I have started eating low carb and I all my cravings have disappeared. Energy and mood have improved too.
Hi everyone, I have found the secret - lower the carbs and don't be afraid of the fat. Eliminate the processed carbs and most of the whole grains. Eat protein and veggies, nuts, some fruit and juice whatever you want. Works for me and I feel great and have much more energy and brain power.