Getting a cold or flu while you are working towards your fitness goals can seem like a big demotivator and set-back. One of the first questions you usually ask yourself is, “Is it possible to sweat out a cold? Is it safe for me to exercise while I am sick?”
Let me clear up your confusion with this article. Next time you come down with a cold or flu, you will know what to do.
These best exercises to lose weight aren’t only for weight loss and they all have a great impact on many other aspects of you and your body. Exercises should be a very important meeting that you have with yourself on an almost daily basis. Schedule a meeting on your workout days with the most important person on earth…..YOU!
Real progress is impossible without a proper nutritional base.
It is almost impossible to gain real progress if you don’t keep your nutritional base in check. Nutrition is essential for any athlete to live a healthy life and reach their full potential. Even the best training plan, coach or training facility will not help much if they are not combined with a balanced nutrition plan.
There is a lot of controversy around the topic of training to failure. Like almost anything on the face of this earth, there is a good and a bad side to training to failure. The question you should be asking yourself is,”What can I benefit from it, and how can I do it correctly and safely?” I am going to take you through the guidelines of training to failure, what it is, how to do it, and help you to decide if you are ready for it.
Training in the right heart rate zones benefits everyone, from the beginner through to the highly conditioned athlete. Heart rate zones training is an essential method that you need to know if you want to effectively reach your goals.
Metabolic conditioning is the latest hype and a great sales pitch for newcomers at the gym. I must admit, metabolic conditioning does sound all fancy and high tech, but what is it really?
Are you working out regularly but not seeing results? Then there is a good chance that you have fallen into the trap of fitness myths. Don’t beat yourself up about it. If you are following someone’s advice, maybe even your gym instructor’s advice, rather do some research on it yourself before you dive into it blindly. Here are some of the most popular myths circulating out there that you really should not be believing in.
You may look like you have a normal size and shape body, but the scales don’t tell the whole story… Imagine having a huge store of fat you can’t even see or feel, that’s putting you at risk of developing things like diabetes and heart disease. And even being skinny won’t exclude you from this. This silent killer, know as Visceral Fat, is the internal fatty tissue that wraps itself around the heart, liver, kidneys, and pancreas, and streaks through muscles.
Yes…. I know…. We have all heard or read something about losing weight. Unfortunately, most of what we hear or read are that we are not eating right. But there are a lot more factors involved with sneaky weight gain?
High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, sounds like a very complicated and tough workout program. When, in fact, it is actually not too challenging to do and master. It also has loads of benefits that I will talk further on later in this post.