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Weight Loss Health Retreat – Experience Significant Positive Physical Changes in Yourself

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Are you in a fix about where to begin your weight loss plan? Or it is that you already have hit the plateau but you are bored with your daily exercise program? It is always – First thing first, where to get started. Decide what could be the best place for you. If you’ve been thinking about joining a weight loss health retreat, make sure before you make the commitment that this is the place you intend to get fit and stay fit. Once you have made that commitment, take advantage of every weight loss advice the club offers.

A great way to hold you accountable is always report to yourself first and be honest. And If you have hit a plateau, do a quick check in with yourself: Now the next big question to ask yourself is “Do I need a personal trainer?” If you feel that there is need to change your

1.Nutrition

2.Fitness

3.Stress control

4.Emotional health

5.Relationship wellness

6.Spirituality

Then certainly you need weight loss advice. You don’t have to wait until New Year’s Eve to make significant changes in your life. You can have any day as the first day of your new lifestyle. You need to plan your success, to make it really happen.

Weight loss health retreat offers its clients a safe and effective fitness program that brings the client the greatest physical and behavioral benefit with the least amount of risk. It includes muscular strength, muscular endurance, aerobic endurance, flexibility, and body composition. It starts with gathering health information from the client followed by a fitness assessment. A detailed plan is chalked out and then exercise sessions. It also includes a nutrition plan and guidance for positive behavioral changes. The real concept behind the working of club is that it matches the participant’s goals and abilities. It turns out be progressive as the person adapts to greater fitness levels. Anyone can s ee significant improvements after spending time at the club and working with positive approach.

It is human nature to expect from other person. Similar is when we are assigned a trainer. An initial consultation with your trainer should include gathering your health and exercise history as well as lifestyle information. Let him assess your fitness including muscular strength, muscular endurance, aerobic endurance, body composition, body measurements and flexibility. Tell him about your goal setting and a plan for your eating, behaviour modification as well as your exercise schedule. Once the initial assessment period is over, begin working on your plan.

Once you are enrolled, you will experience significant positive physical changes in yourself, along with improved health and much more.… Read More

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10 Ways on How to Lose Weight Fast

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Losing weight fast need not be drawn out and difficult process, indeed, a good weight loss program is imperative if you are going to succeed at losing weight fast. In this article I am going to go into 10 methods that you can use to burn more fat and lose more weight. Some you will of hear of, but some you will not have. There are many condissions when embarking on successful weight loss programs. There are many weight loss plans out there but the 10 steps below below are the best ways I know in my capacity as a Personal Trainer for people to lose weight fast

Calorie Control – This is the basics, you have to burn more calories than you are putting in. For an easy way to work this out, here is the equation. Men: BMR = 66 + (13.7 X wt in kg) + (5 X ht in cm) – (6.8 X age in years)
Women: BMR = 655 + (9.6 X wt in kg) + (1.8 X ht in cm) – (4.7 X age in years). Your BMR is how many Kcal you will burn when sitting there doing nothing. What you need to do is burn 500 Kcal a day either through calorie deficiency or exercise. Do this for 7 days and you burn 3500kcal which is equivalent to a pound of fat

Carbohydrate Cycling – Eat Carbohydrates 40% -50% of your daily calories on a Carb day and have 1 – 3 Days where you go low carb (20g = 100g)

Calorie Cycling – You can have a few days low calories then on one day, you up them by 1000kcal, or you can adopt a Zig Zag Approach where you low cal, high cal on alternate days

Periodic Over Feeding – Similar to above but every 5 day you overeat (what you want) then drop off your kcal for the next 4 days

Anti Inflammation – Cutting out foods like dairy, sugar, wheat, alcohol and caffeine can have a massive effect on weight loss. Make your diet around vegetables and this happens naturally, go organic for the best results

Anti Cortisol – Stress can stop weight loss believe it or not, it encourages weight gain on the midsection so cut out sugar, sweeteners, caffeine, stressful situations and get more sleep

Fat Burning Foods – Eat fat to burn fat, in moderation, the fats found in nuts, avocados, flaxseed, coconut milk and oil and macademia oil can help with weight loss

Fat Burning Drinks – Green Tea, Tulsi Tea, Roobois Tea and LIQUORICE tea can help weight loss

Metabolic Resistance Training – stop the long cycling cardio and change it for intense, circuit style training, you'll tone muscle as well as lose more weight

The Correct Supplements – Supplements such as probiotics (the pill not the yoghurt) fish oils (specifically omega 3), L Glutamine, Diet whey Protein Shake (Upping your protein content is important for losing weight too) when combined with the … Read More

This year I resolve to be the same

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A lot of people like to make new years resolutions. Historically I’ve been one of them. They typically make them when their life isn’t what they expect it to be, or they’re sad, or single, or fat or in some way just not satisfied with their life. And sure I could stand to drop 20lbs. I’d love to read more. I’d love to fling less pennies at bad drivers on the freeway and not harass as many blogs/websites who steal my photos and complain about it. Donate more to charity. Help others in need. There’s a whole list of things I could do, but probably won’t. I’ve had a gym membership for 4 years and only used it twice. I’ve wasted several hours on the couch watching Storage Wars and Honey Boo Boo. I’ve driven right past the salad bar place near work and ended up at KFC.

What it comes down to is happiness, and everyone has their own formula for it

My wife loves me. Same with my son
My boss thinks I do a good job
My clients have good things to say
Mostly healthy and the house is clean

Don’t change what isn’t broken.
I do resolve however to get my blog up and running this year. I realize I’m a pretty sucky blogger.

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Working Things Out (At the Gym)

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The other day I was at one of those candy stores with the big bins where customers put random candy into a bag, pay for it according to weight and then regret everything they buy when they get home. But this experience was different from others, because as I was scooping gummy alphabet letters into a bag, a worker in the store asked me, “Is there anything special you’re looking for?”

What else could I say but this: “Yeah, I am looking for two letter Z’s so that I can spell ‘fuzzy,’ but I only see N’s in here. Should I just turn those to the side?”

I am amazed by the amount of help supplied at stores where people don’t really need the help, and yet — an hour later — when I went to the gym, there was not a single person there who asked me if I needed anything. This is not to say I needed help, per se, but let’s face it: there are a lot of weights at a gym and I could easily pick up a couple of them and start throwing them at people, or drop them on my foot, if I get annoyed or didn’t know what I was doing…

I have recently returned to the gym after a two-month hiatus. To summarize briefly, I found myself at the gym this summer almost every day and somehow gained ten pounds in the process, but when September hit, I fell out of my routine. Apparently no one there missed me because I didn’t receive a single phone call about it, like, “Hey Greg, we want you back at the gym so that the rest of us look stronger.” The fact that no one noticed my absence made me realize that my time spent at the gym was a success: I somehow managed to fit in.

See, my goal at the gym is not to be the biggest or the strongest or the fastest. Rather, I want someone to walk by me and say, “There’s a guy who knows what he is doing. That’s right, I say to myself, there is someone who truly knows how to use the gym equipment properly.”

I know that if people say that, besides having a few psychological issues, they will see me as a person with a plan. Little would they know, however, that this is basically my gym plan that I am sharing with the world — or at least the part of the world that has gyms:

1. Do some sort of warm-up routine to stall as much time as possible.

2. Walk around the gym in such a way that it seems like stretching. Putting an arm behind your neck or moving your torso in circles as you walk helps to accomplish this effect.

3. Use the equipment and weights. If unsure of how to use something, read the little guide attached to it. Just don’t let anyone know you are reading this because … Read More