Be Strong

February 19, 2011

Be strong! If you are committed to your exercise program and you exercise regularly, you will become physically stronger.  Physical strength will make every physical activity you engage in easier to do.  So, resistance train, and Be Strong. If you commit to your exercise and your healthy eating and you don’t waiver; if you keep your mind focused on the fitness goal you want to attain and you don’t (...)

Developing Fitness Habits

February 12, 2011

A habit, according to is a : a behavior pattern acquired by frequent repetition or physiologic exposure that shows itself in regularity or increased facility of performance b : an acquired mode of behavior that has become nearly or completely involuntary <got up early from force of habit> c : addiction <a drug habit> If you are currently not in the condition you would like to be in, know (...)

The Deal With Snacking

February 10, 2011

Hey, folks, let’s talk about snacking. First, what is snacking?  My definition of snacking is eating that is spur of the moment, kind of half-haphazard eating.  When a person snacks, they often do it just because the food they snack on is pleasant to their taste buds…or it’s a comfort food that makes them “feel” good while they’re eating it….or it just happens that the snack is on the counter (...)

Measuring Calories

February 5, 2011

Do you want to KNOW that you are doing the right thing, caloric intake-wise, to lose weight? If so, then you will need to control and/or know, at least roughly, how many calories you are taking in on a daily basis. But how can you do this? There are a few different methods I’m familiar with. They are: Winging it, i.e. the “portions” method. Tracking your food intake via a website. Measuring your food via measuring cups. Weighing your food and figuring out how many calories are in it. Each of these methods is discussed in the video below. If you REALLY want to be in charge of your fat loss, use one of these methods to keep track of your food/calorie intake. Darryl



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