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Here are my 5 personal fitness rules. Stick with them at least 90% of the time to keep your body healthy and hot. Fitness Rule #1: Don’t Eat Just To Eat There is no place in your healthy lifestyle for mindless snacking. I’m talking about a tub of popcorn at the movies or a bag of chips in front of the TV. All the calories ingested from mindless snacking have to end up somewhere…and that somewhere is around your waist or on your thighs. Snacks are fine when you are aware of how much you’re eating in order to balance it with the rest of your meals for the day. Fitness Rule #2: Stand (And Walk) When Possible Have you heard the saying sitting is the new smoking? The idea is that a lifetime of sitting all-day-every-day is as harmful to your body as smoking. Think for a moment about...
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Kurt Griffin HELPING PROFRESSIONAL WOMEN AGE 40+ REGAIN CONFIDENCE, INCREASE ENERGY, AND BALANCE HORMONES, THROUGH PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS…. Using The ADAPTIVE-PSYCHOGENIC FAT LOSS METHOD by Kurt Griffin / Weight Loss Expert There is one simple reason why most people haven’t yet reached their goals. It just may be the one thing that’s holding you back from your big breakthrough. That one thing is consistency. Think about it. The difference that separates a fitness star from a couch potato is the consistency with which the former applies to their diet and exercise routine. That’s it! Look, I know you can exercise and eat right. You’ve done it before! But a fitness plan only works when you consistently stay with it. You start, stop, start again, take a few days off, then get back on track. This haphazard effort will never lead to a dramatic body transformation! What if I told you...
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April 14, 2024 In today’s fast-paced world, where stress and toxins bombard us from all angles, finding effective and holistic ways to rejuvenate our bodies is more crucial than ever. One such method gaining traction in fitness and wellness circles is infrared therapy. Unlike conventional treatments that merely scratch the surface, infrared therapy penetrates deep into our cellular level, offering a plethora of benefits for our overall health and well-being. Well-Fit takes cellular health up another notch by combining the wellness benefits of infrared with the positive mitochondrial effects of exercise. Let’s take a look at the power of infrared rays. Infrared therapy harnesses the invisible spectrum of light, known as infrared rays, to stimulate healing and the loosening of muscle tissue within the body. These light wave rays are divided into three wavelength categories: near, mid, and far infrared. Each type penetrates the body at different depths, with far...
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Kurt Griffin You have so many demands on you. Your family relies on you for money, food, transportation, and a million other things. You hardly get a moment to yourself at the end of each day. It’s hard not to feel guilty about taking a moment to care for yourself. From the moment that your day starts, with making meals, getting ready for work, and getting the kids to school on time and yourself to work on time, you have demands on you minute-by-minute. It’s easy to start feeling like there’s nothing left for yourself, even though the benefits of self-care are well known. Why self-care? Every time that we board an airplane to jet to another city, we are reminded of the importance of caring for ourselves before attempting to care for others. “In case of emergency, air masks will drop the ceiling. If you are traveling with a...
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By Shelley FrostUpdated Jul 22, 2019 Reviewed by Aubrey Bailey, PT, DPT, CF-L1 There are a few things that may initially turn off people from hiring a personal trainer, like cost or the daunting image of them pushing clients to near collapse. The benefits, however, of using a personal trainer should be considered carefully, because they’re plentiful. There are personal trainers to suit every personality and fitness type, be that aggressive “tough love” motivation or gentler, nurturing support. A personal trainer’s goal is to help her clients achieve specific fitness goals effectively, efficiently, and without injury. Understanding the potential benefits of a personal trainer can help you decide if the financial investment is worthwhile. 1. Define Fitness Goals A personal trainer helps you define individual fitness goals and creates a roadmap to get there. She takes into account your current fitness level and discusses what you ultimately want to achieve. A professional will help you focus...
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Global obesity just reached an unthinkable milestone. The latest: A study published in The Lancet suggests more than 1B people, or one-eighth of the world’s population, are obese. Obesity has doubled in adults and quadrupled in children (aged 5 to 19) since 1990. Polynesia, the Caribbean, and the MENA region have the fastest-growing rates for kids. 43% of all adults are at least considered overweight. Rising Tide Authors attributed industrialized food and waning physical activity to the sharpest gains. But it’s nothing new in the US. Cash-rich but health-poor, America’s obesity rates increased from 15% of the population in the ’70s to over 40% today. Double standard. Obesity costs the US $172B annually to treat. Understated, the crisis is redlining — with the already-healthy spending more on “fixes” than ever, all while outcomes worsen. The US spent $425B on recreational physical activity (sports, fitness, and mindful movement) in 2022, per GWI. The North American market for health-labeled...
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