Tag Archives: Weight Loss Lifestyle

If you want to lose weight, you don’t need to starve yourself with a crash diet nor undergo a weight reduction surgery. While you might shed some pounds with these methods, you could end up putting your health and wellness at risk. Instead, you just need to follow some simple tips that can help you lose weight and keep it off. [Read more]

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Research shows a compelling relationship between obesity and the human immune system. The strength of this link helps explain why it is so difficult for some people to lose weight, even after repeated attempts to exercise and eat healthy. Learn about the immune system’s role in the body’s metabolism and what you can do to maintain a healthy weight. [Read more]

Nearly as important as the workouts you do, is how you fuel them.  The right nutrition for before, during, and after your workouts can help to optimize your training goals, whether you aim to improve body composition, athleticism, and overall health. Nutrition, however, is an oversaturated and overwhelming topic.  The information below will help you to establish a good nutrition foundation with which you can create a simple and easy to follow workout-nutrition plan. Keep in mind that the macronutrients included below are only a guideline – you should adjust according to your own calorie needs.  [Read more]

When it comes to weight lifting, there is widespread disagreement over which types of equipment are most effective at building muscle mass. Many swear that free weights are best, while others swear that isokinetic machines are just as effective. So, what is the best way to build muscle mass? Here are the pros and cons of each method. [Read more]

Weight loss follows the simple principle of “Calories in, calories out”, meaning that as long as you burn more calories than you ingest, you will lose weight. Bodies already burn calories just by breathing and moving about daily, but to speed up the weight loss process, people need to exercise. Most people associate burning calories and exercise with strenuous activities, which are turn-offs. If you too consider exercise a burden, perhaps this article can change your mind. Here are five ways to burn calories, without even thinking about doing it.  [Read more]

Walking your dog has many benefits for both you and your dog. Walking your dog allows both you and your pet to get physical exercise, even if it is just for a brief time each day. A walk provides much needed mental stimulation for each of you. Your dog will become mentally bored if it is not allowed to experience different scenery from day to day. Lastly, bonding is very important to have a great long-lasting connection with your pet. Walking with your dog will grow that emotional bond to build trust and friendship. [Read more]