TEKEHI's Blogs

Gilad on Set Backs
Friday, May 25, 2018      2 comments

Q: I am so discouraged with myself that I am finding it hard to start again after I missed a week due to work. How do you get over these setbacks? A: Don't forget to encourage yourself. It is easy to overlook our small successes and not ... Read more
Keep Fighting
Monday, May 14, 2018      2 comments

I am having a moment where I am feeling like all this effort (am I truly putting in all of my effort?), where I just seem to be going backwards in trying to lose the extra pounds I've gained. Trying to maintain that gained weight seems difficul... Read more
On Not Being Discouraged by Stepbacks
Monday, May 14, 2018      2 comments

Gilad - 4/21/18 Q: I was really making progress with my fitness program and then I got distracted for a couple of weeks. I gained back 6 pounds and now I am so discouraged with myself that I am finding it hard to start again. How do you ... Read more
4 Steps to Break the Anxiety Cycle
Sunday, May 06, 2018      3 comments

(Kathy Smith email 5/6/18) If it seems like a calm mind is hard to come by when your to-do list is a mile high, take heart. Luckily, if your everyday stressors are sending you into a tailspin, you can learn strategies to overcome those anxi... Read more
Intermittent fasting can enhance exercise endurance.
Tuesday, March 27, 2018      1 comments

By Juna Xu, bodyandsoul.com.au Intermittent fasting diets, such as eating only on alternate days, might enhance aerobic endurance, according to a new study. The research published in the FASEB Journal, suggests that eating three meals ... Read more
This Nutritionist Says It Matters When You Eat If You Want to Lose Weight
Monday, March 26, 2018      4 comments

by Carina Rossi 3/23/18 f your daily struggle is eating breakfast after 9 a.m. (if you're lucky!), which pushes lunch to 3 p.m., and you don't sit down for dinner until 9 p.m., chances are you're also struggling with fluctuating weight. The... Read more
Unusual Ways to Lose Weight That Actually Work
Sunday, March 25, 2018      4 comments

By Holly Klamer 3/20/18 Change who you eat with: Who you eat and socialize with can impact your own lifestyle patterns. A study noted that if a friend is obese, chances are the other friend becoming obese can increase up to 57 percent... Read more
Teen unrecognizable after losing half her body weight
Sunday, March 25, 2018      3 comments

By Jessica Ankomah March 9, 2018 Josephine Desgrand began documenting her weight-loss journey on Instagram after deciding to change her health for the better. She blamed her expanding waistline on lack of exercise and large meal portions.... Read more
Hara Hachi Bu: Eat Until You Are 80% Full
Sunday, March 25, 2018      1 comments

By Irene Rubaum-Keller My husband is one of those naturally thin people. He has been thin his entire life and has never had a problem with food. As someone who has been up and down the scales and until 20 years ago when I lost 50 pounds ... Read more
NFG - Inspirational
Sunday, March 25, 2018      0 comments

"We build our lives, a day at a time, often putting less than our best into the building. Then, with a shock, we realize we have to live in the house we have built. If we could do it over, we would do it much differently." 3/24/18 Live eac... Read more
News From Gilad - On Sleep and Rest
Sunday, March 25, 2018      0 comments

"Rest helps to reduce physical inflammation and lower your blood pressure, according to Jayta. Be kind to yourself by getting enough rest. You get the double benefit of feeling great and taking your work out to the next level." 3/24/18 ... Read more
News From Gilad - Prepping the Mind for Working Out
Sunday, March 25, 2018      0 comments

"Depending on our state of mind, we can have an amazing workout, or we can completely hinder the potential benefits our body can obtain from the physical workout, to begin with," according to psychologist and founder of Fermentanicals Jayta Spzi... Read more
News From Gilad - On Stretching
Sunday, March 25, 2018      0 comments

"The most important part of flexibility training is stretching each muscle within the limits of comfort. Forcing a stretch, or over-stretching a muscle beyond what it can comfortably do actually causes the muscle to contract in order to protect... Read more
Unfinished Business
Thursday, October 27, 2016      1 comments

I wish I could write that my "4 of more" was successful, but . . . as you can see from the previous entry, I was not. Life got in the way in a major way and threw my enter schedule off. It also threw me off emotionally, so much so that I was s... Read more
Caring About Things
Thursday, October 20, 2016      2 comments

I just realized that though we may have an unlimited ability to love, we do have a limited ability to care about things. At work, I'm all about the details. To me the details is what keeps things in order and functioning properly. I'm t... Read more

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