Some more tips:
- Water is your best friend.
- Try paleo
Thread: Body fitness!
No doubt that body fitness has own importance in our life so we should be take care of the body fitness
issues because actual body fitness has own importance for groom the personality.I am very careful about
the body fitness so some tips here for keep good fitness of the body like,...
Running and swimming
Push ups and pull ups
Eat energetic foods
Avoid the drugs.
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Some more tips:
- Water is your best friend.
- Try paleo
Put the bottle down!!
Intervals, cross training and circuits.
In addition to the above
No supersize meal
Curb your sweet tooth.
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Eat smaller meals in shorter intervals.
Exercise at least 4 times a week and be sure to do some resistance training to keep up bone density as one ages.
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I like to lift the heavy weights and the run on the treadmill for the body fitness.
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I could write a book on this, but as hednic pointed out, my struggle is curbing my sweet tooth lol.
Is the juice worth the squeeze?
Most important thing is finding a perspective that works for you. Whether it comes from a negative place or a positive place it must keep you going to reach your goal. This is why there are so many diff p90x, insanity etc... Every work out program CAN work. Its just a matter of you finding the will, and keeping a perspective that makes you continuously do it.
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The sweet tooth is a challenge to me too - sometimes i win it, some it wins me out. I discovered that i love to lift weights, so try to go to the gym from monday to friday. It helps me focus energies and be less stressed. I used to swim last year and i still need to go back swimming, which is another activity i love. I have a target,very challenging to my self, which is to achieve a 7 percent of body fat someday. And feeling healthy and eating well, of course.
mor so than any one thing is finding a set of things that works for you and you'll stick to. Cutting out all alcohol (if you drink a bit) is one way to drop empty calories. It doesn't work for me because I like wine and beer too much. So I minimize alcohol during the week (like none) and not overindulge when I do drink.
The main things that add weight on me are wheat/potato carbs (in all forms) and heavy dairy. If I cut out both I get much leaner but I also get more tired. So I need some carbs (unrefined) in the morning and stick to protein and veg after noon.
Treadmill for cardio.
Weights for muscle tone.
Yoga for flexibility.
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A basic Strength Training programme.
Personally I don't train for looks or health, I train to get better. In reality my training might be hurting body and mind but I can't do it any other way, so I hope that the mental benefits of doing stuff that I like offsets the possible damage inflicted by heavy training.
Just go to the gym and do 5x12 of 75-90% your max weight, don't take any supplements except for Amino Acids if that counts... It will act as both strength and cardio
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my conclusion about fitness is actually this, it's simply about motivation and drive. Repeat after me: "It's my fault". The first step is take responsibility for yourself. There are a million programs, diets, etc. They're all just plans, but it's rare that anyone ever actually follows them. Half of fitness starts in the kitchen. The other half, you can do a pretty solid workout in your own home with a yoga mat, a couple of dumbells, and some other stuff like a ball, chinup bar, etc. If you can't be bothered to go for a jog outside, or do some situps and pushups on your own, you've got nobody to blame but yourself.
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Most important thing about working out I think is finding a perspective to keep you going. I Recently made a video about 5 year progress in working out and staying fit since I had a lot of dying crap going on actually. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPeaERscJMo pictures are in description
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JUst because ive had some people message me on other stuff that they couldnt find the link to the pictures theyre here. Link is in the description for the video lol. http://imgur.com/a/0TLwt So just in case that happened to anyone else.
Good sleep, healthy diet, exercise and running also play important role for fit body.
I have kept the habit of fitness ever since recovering from eating disorder when much younger.
The key that I have found is Make Time For It. You have to prioritize the time to exercise, otherwise everything else will take over and fill that time in. I like working out in the evenings, but if the morning is the only time I have, then dammit, I will wake up at 5:30am to work out. I do best in organized classes like aerobics or yoga but when the budget doesn't allow it, I jog around the block a few times every morning and do squats and pushups and stretching before breakfast, while everyone else is sleeping.
Enough sleep is also critical in staying lean. Not entirely sure why, I do know sleep is essential for recovery so if you are trying to build muscle you need good sleep habits, but it also has a positive effect on weight and how much fat you accumulate, keeping it normal, not too skinny or too fat.
Nothing extreme - I have been keeping it at "maintenance" levels for 25 years because I want to be able to continue my whole life, not get broken, but I'm 46, and female with 20% bodyfat, that's the healthy athletic level for someone my age, exercise works. You do not have to do anything heroic or superhuman, just keep the habit of daily exercise and make sure to get enough rest.
Food doesn't seem to matter as much for me - don't be gluttonous, of course, and definitely make sure to eat enough that you aren't losing weight either. But occasionally indulging in unhealthy food does not seem to do anything to my fitness or weight as long as it's not a habit.