In the following 5 minute video, Dr. Oz talks about how waist size is the best indicator of whether or not you’re losing weight, and offers his best tips for natural weight loss.
One area that I need to work on is being consistent with exercise. I’m finding that if I wait until the afternoon to workout, it doesn’t usually happen. However, if I schedule to exercise in the morning, I don’t get caught up in excuses.
If you’re a UK reader, Fitness First has launched International Fitness Week with double Olympic Gold medallist and 9 x World Champion cyclist Victoria Pendleton. Fitness First gyms will be free to all for this week only.
Victoria Pendleton is encouraging both members and non-members to come down and give exercise a go, whatever their ability.
Each day is centered around a theme, and today is “Freestyle Day”. Exclusive to Fitness First, the concept behind freestyle exercise is a combination of new exercises, ideas, and equipment to challenge your body to achieve peak performance. There are no rules or limits to freestyle training, so everybody can get involved and chose their own intensity. read more »
What’s your eating style? Do you eat while watching TV or reading an article online? Do you devour your food without giving any thought to it? The Meditation Diet might be something to consider practicing in order to lose weight.
The idea behind The Meditation Diet that Leo Babauta writes about is to eat while savoring your food and paying attention to it. All you do is eat and nothing else. Eat food slowly, pay attention to how you feel, and be grateful for the food.
If Leo could lose 60+ pounds in one year through mindful eating, then you can too… read more »
Yesterday I was listening to a replay of an inspiring teleseminar that featured Dr. Alex Loyd of The Healing Codes. The topic was about success and how 97% of the people who go through self-development programs never reach their goals. I thought that was an astonishing number, and it got me wondering how many people who set weight loss goals never achieve results. read more »
As we head into 2013, think about how much more healthy and fit you want to be. Don’t fret about the weight you didn’t lose in 2012. Focus on the things that you did accomplish. Maybe you finally got into a good workout routine that you thoroughly enjoy or you changed one bad eating habit. Whatever it is, give yourself a pat on the back and know that you’re on the right track to living an abundant and healthy life! Happy New Year!!