Losing weight seems to take so much longer than gaining it, doesn’t it? Becoming healthier and getting in enough exercise takes effort and work, but you don’t have to become a superhero to make it happen. A few small lifestyle changes are all you really need to lose weight gradually – and they’re also the key to long term success.
Wow, we stumbled on quite the topic today. Last night my wife was telling me about an episode of "Anderson Live". In it they discussed whether letting young girls take an exercise class involving a pole is exploitative. Some people believe that it is just opening a door, or giving a girl a "tool" she can use to become a stripper, others see it as great core exercise involving acrobatics.
Last weekend I grabbed two friends and headed to Adirondack Extreme. If you've never been or aren't sure what it is, the best way to find out is by going. If you love the outdoors and having fun, then you need to be familiar with this awesome course.
Don't blame me for this one. I'm only the messenger, but if you want to exercise and lose weight, what better way than to have the "you know what" scared out of you at the same time using your smartphone.
In honor of the upcoming Health and Beauty Expo (information right here), I have decided to try to make a change from my former self- the person always looking for the easy way out when it comes to exercising. These are the exercises that I do now
On Saturday, January 21 GNA presents the Fitness, Health and Beauty Expo at the Empire State Plaza in Albany. If you're looking for some motivation to get back into shape this year, just read this amazing story of a Best Fitness instructor who transformed his body and life!
This little video was sent to me. I'm usually the more conservative one on the show, admittedly. But this cracked me up, so I have decided to break tradition and include this. (Casey wanted it for her blog, but I laid claim to it first!!!)
It is ironic -- I could have told you those toning sneakers were a gimmick, but apparently it takes a lawsuit and the Federal Trade Commission for people to believe that simply wearing sneakers will tone you legs and gluteals without having to workout necessarily. Hello!?
We all worry about weight gain. Clearly, I don't worry enough to stop drinking the kinds of things that have expanded my mid section, but it's not like I don't know I have to figure out a way to keep it in check. I don't know about you but I am just not a fan of going to the gym these days. It's hard enough to motivate myself to go somewhere I want to go let alone that place. So thanks to Reader's Digest, I found a few ways to burn calories at home.
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