Apple’s new iPad is full of goodies, including fun apps for weight loss. Here is a link to 30 Incredible iPad Apps for Weight Loss, which includes apps for fitness, healthy eating, and tracking your health.
Also, if you have the iPhone, check out Mashable’s list of the Top 10 Free iPhone Apps to Lose Weight.
by Joe Stewart
It has probably become obvious with all the attention placed on healthy living in the past few years that being physically fit can not only improve your quality of living but also extend your life by years. The medical community has conducted studies which have shown that people who participate in fitness workouts with regularity live for longer periods than those individuals who do not. These same studies have shown that even overweight people who participate in physical activity regularly can and will increase their overall longevity, compared to thin people who do not participate in any regulated fitness program.
That being said, we all know that physical fitness is an important element of any person’s life. When the experts mention “physical fitness” they are not just talking about the body alone. While it is true that regular fitness workouts can enable a person to achieve a well-toned body and better health, the phrase “physical fitness” also refers to healthy eating, getting plenty of rest, allowing yourself some “me” time, and also the obvious exercise routines. On many occasions it has been seen that an obese person who participates regularly in physical workouts will have more stamina throughout the day than a slim person who does not. It is enough to make a person seriously rethink his or her lack of physical activity on a daily basis. Continue reading