Why New Year’s resolution fails

   October 4, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

seems like we go through the same song and dance every year. Come January 1, everyone starts to think up ambitious resolutions to become addicted to television unhealthy overnight in health nuts. They define success as perfection. This is a good thing, right? If everyone stuck to their resolutions, there would be fewer smokers, lower […]

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Top 5 Tips Diet Resolution

   October 4, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

Weight loss is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. Although thought of as difficult, weight loss is quite simple if you follow a basic rule: burn more calories than you consume. Even if all other health guidelines ignored, following the energy balance equation still leads to weight loss. Since weight loss is a […]

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Top 5 ways to increase exercise intensity

   October 3, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

Exercise is a structured way to provide stimulus for the body in order to improve mobility, increase strength and resistance, decrease the risk of disease and improve overall wellness. The threshold of what constitutes the exercise differs from person to person and depends on factors such as the level of fitness, age, weight, health and […]

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions diet

   October 3, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

Weight loss is a big target when done in a way that promotes rather than damage the health. Weight loss is mainly focused on calorie intake control, while a healthy lifestyle is more in depth and includes physical activity, stress management and smarter eating habits. A healthy lifestyle leads to weight loss through good nutrition […]

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War on load: Part 3 – The cycle of typical court

   October 2, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

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in Part 2 of the war against the bulge , I discussed the cycle typical collection; a period in which a bulk carrier is obsessed with gaining muscle, however, ends fat and unhealthy. Muscle growth is limited to about 10 pounds per year. This growth is not limited by calorie intake, and therefore more food […]

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How to join a gym

   October 2, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

The process of joining a gym has the potential to overwhelm due to the long list of considerations you need to do before singing up: hours operations, available cardiovascular and strength equipment, personal trainers, contract length, carpenter fees and monthly fees. Once you decide what features are important, picking the right gym becomes much easier. […]

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Project calories – Update 3: How calorie intake and energy expenditure affect body weight, body fat percentage, strength and appearance

   October 1, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

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The first time the project began calorie, my ultimate goal was to gather enough data to analyze the relationship between caloric intake, energy expenditure, weight and body fat. fully understand these relationships allowed me win, lose or maintain weight more accurately without having to guess the right caloric intake. In this update, I will review […]

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Blog: The peeve # 3 – Sauna Use (sweating does not cause weight loss)

   October 1, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

The sauna is a magnet for overweight people who want to lose weight. While sweating buckets of water causes a temporary drop in weight, saunas do nothing for the prospects of long-term weight. A sauna, or hot environment, forces the body to sweat for temperature control. You are not sweating out any excess body fat […]

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Recipe: Cookies vegetarian protein

   September 30, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

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cookies are a popular breakfast food, but unfortunately, healthy vegans have two main problems with them: 1) that are usually unhealthy, and 2) generally are made from animal products off limits, namely: eggs and milk. After a few test batches, I have finally settled on a healthy, vegetarian and simple recipe that is delicious, nutritious […]

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Blog: The peeve – # 4: Bad underwriters

   September 30, 2016   Tuesday Weigh In   No Comments

I do not ask much of my fellow gym-goers: use deodorant, do not do bicep curls in squat rack and above all, follow my simple instructions when a stain occurs. The bench press is the only exercise in which dropping weight could cause some serious problems for a lifter. If I’m trying my best or […]

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