Whether a serious marathoner or a weekend jogger, these are 5 of the most common running injuries all trekkers should be aware of. Running is one of the oldest and most primal forms of exercise, and itâ€™s a beautiful thing to rely on only your two feet and your drive to navigate the world around you, but taking care of yourself and your body right will ensure that you can be flying through fields until a ripe old age. If you are a runner, donâ€™t take your body for granted â€“ take care of it so it can take care of you. [Read more…]
Archives for July 2012
According to some, the big culprit behind this growing number of obese and overweight persons are due to the propensity in overeating and indulging on unhealthy junk foods and on a lacking of will power as well as being able to afford living an inactive lifestyle without exercise. There has been a research shows that when a person has a healthy sleeping cycle, are able to have a hormonal balance in overeating and cravings for food. [Read more…]
One of the most common problems when it comes to losing weight is that many people strongly dislike exercise for a wide variety of reasons. For some people the thought of putting on Lycra and going to the gym fills them with fear. For others exercise is just plain boring. For others still even a small degree of exercise seems like more hassle than they’re willing to consider. And so on.
So let’s take a closer look at the concept of exercise and some ways in which you can develop the motivation to exercise and thus speed up your weight loss plan. [Read more…]
Ready to begin your cardiovascular strength training? A well rounded program is going to include cardiovascular, weight training, and flexibility workouts. The hard part, besides getting the motivation to do it, is how and when to workout. For a beginner you should start slowly and work up to a larger cardiovascular program. You also want to allow for a recovery period. For a beginner experts advise [Read more…]
There are many reasons to drink water, not only if you are going to plan a workout. Water intake keeps dehydration at bay, cleanses the body, and promotes healing. Water can also help control weight. It is important to drink water before, after, and with every meal. It also helps to maintain overeating, and control obesity. Always drink water and eat very slowly, this will allow you to loose weight and then maintain it. Too much water should not be used as a substitute for food. If you drink too much water, It can produce health issues with the endocrine system and heart problems. James Allen said â€œa man sooner or later discovers that he is the master-gardener of his soul, the director of his life.â€ You are the master of your own health as well. Anything in excess is not healthy for you, you need to be informed and judge this for yourself. [Read more…]