I have been doing alot of research on eating right, exercise and getting enough rest. Getting enough rest was very big on all the info I have been collecting.
I have collected info from alot of sources. Some are from Dr Oz, health and beauty spots from the Internet.
I am going to start with exercise and then touch on eating healthy alittle today but I will get into eating more next week.
There are many barriers to a successful exercise program, but they are nearly always beatable. One of the most common barriers is a lack of time. To cross this barrier, block out a regular amount of time during the day instead of exercising when time allows it. Another common barrier is consistency. Don't get discouraged when you don't see pounds melting off right away. Don't give up. It is better to be "fat and fit" than "fat and unfit."In fact, there is scientific proof that being "fat and fit" is healthier than "thin and unfit." In other words, the chubby jogger is healthier than the skinny couch potato.
Not a runner? No sweat. Start a walking routine instead. Researchers found that overweight women who did 45-minute interval walking workouts and toning exercises four times a week lost 23 pounds in 16 weeks. The key is to perfect your form, so that walking feels good and doesn't become boring over time.
Breathe fat away. It takes oxygen to keep all of your muscles firing and not run out of steam. Filling your lungs completely allows you to burn fat more efficiently and improve your endurance. To maximize your breathing, focus on exhaling as deeply as you can. The inhale will take care of itself.
Get your abs in on the action. Hinge slightly forward from your hips, not your waist and you'll engage your core. The payoff is a stronger midsection, which will prevent aches in your back and hips.
Bend your elbows. You'll swing your arms faster, and your legs will automatically accelerate to keep up. To amp it up even more swing your arms back until your hands are next to your ribs.
Step shorter. Don't be tempted to lengthen your stride to speed up. It sends a jolt to your joints and ultimately slows you and your calorie burn down.
Hope this will help you get started and continue your walk. If you start slows you are
more amp to continue.
Next we'll cover eating habits and are good and easy to continue.