Even when I’m in the mood for an effective cardio workout, it’s hard to be motivated for a treadmill. Machines like that are great to get the job done. At the same time, they also don’t do very much for the mind. The repetitive motions are not stimulating at all. A stationary bike, treadmill or elliptical will also give an effective cardio workout. Do I want to use them each time I need exercise? Nope. To be clear, I’m not against these machines. I use them all the time. Still, when I don’t want to, I have an entirely different strategy in place. Netflix isn’t Enough to Make an Effective Cardio Workout Yes, a lot of gyms and even home equipment comes with a screen for video. I’ve tried watching Netflix on my phone while using the treadmill a few times, too. Anything to beat the boredom, right? The issue Read More
In the past, it might have been a concern to begin using something like a diet pill. Now, with all the medical research, testing, and clinical trials that need to be done before medication is approved to be sold as a non-prescription, there is much less to worry about. As a matter of fact, there are many fast diet pills that work, and happen to work very well. Not only that, you can easily find and order fast diet pills that work in the comfort of your own home, using the internet. What can Fast Diet Pills Really Do? It’s important to understand that even fast diet pills aren’t a miracle solution. If a product claims to do all the work for you, recognize it as something that is too good to be true and move on. Among over the counter pills, the idea is to support lifestyle changes. There Read More
So how do we break this routine and create good weight loss habits? The only way to break a habit is to replace it with another one…a habit that’s better for us. Remember! You’re wrapping that string of “good weight loss habits” around and around your wrist until one day you find that you’re doing the right thing rather than the convenient thing.
I’m trying a vegetarian diet. I’ve been doing it for a bit and plan to stick to it pretty strictly for the first month. My goal isn’t to become a vegetarian. Instead, it’s to immerse myself into it so I’m forced to find out what foods I can eat to reach my nutrition goals without eating an animal to get there. To be clear, I’m trying a vegetarian diet, not a vegan one. I’ll still be eating dairy in my normal amounts, plus eggs and honey. Once I’m done this experiment, I also know I’ll definitely go back to eating fish regularly. I haven’t decided whether or not I’ll eat fish in the midst of this experiment or not. I haven’t so far, and at the moment, I’m leaning toward “no”.