Exercising Prevents Heart Problems by Alan Rosca
... Does regular physical activity bring any benefits for your health? Sure. It gives you more energy, makes you more resistant to stress and better looking, it tones your muscles and controls your appetite. It helps you lose weight or at least keep it under control. Not to mention that it gives you confidence in yourself, helps you fall asleep quickly, and may help against anxiety or depression. If you want to lose weight, you can be more active and eat the same amount of calories or be more ...
Tips for an Active Life by Alan Rosca
... For example, you may plan outings with your friends or family that involves physical activities like swimming, backpacking, or hiking. You may discover that dancing is a good way to burn calories. Join a dance club, dance alone, or with someone on your favorite music. When you feel the need for sightseeing, do it by foot, ride a bike, or run. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI ...
Find Time for Exercise at Work or While Traveling by Alan Rosca
... Always remember that physical activity is important and consider it as any other appointment of the day. Try not to change your plans for any problem that comes along. If your work involves traveling, you may choose a hotel that has fitness facilities. Maintain your health by choosing healthy food like broiled chicken, fish, or steamed vegetables. Stick to at least part of your usual workout program and you may notice that your energy level is up.
Gaining Weight After Quitting Smoking? by Alan Rosca
... A moderate physical activity can make you feel good, maintain weight and breathe easier. Even thirty minutes of daily moderate activity may count. Some of the following ideas can make you become more active: go for a walk more often, park the car further, get off the bus before it reaches your destination, use the stairs if they are well lit, or take some dance classes. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, ...
Using Calories For Weight Loss by Gary Matthews
... This can be done by reducing your calories by 500 or combining a diet with physical activity. The bottom line is to balance your caloric intake with the amount of calories that you are burning, that's the secret to successful dieting and weight maintenance. Becoming more conscious of counting calories in your everyday eating regime is imperative if you are trying to lose weight. Studies have shown that men and women "underestimate" their daily calorie consumption by 500 to almost 1000 calories.
Water Wise by Michelle Hancock
... At first, cut down on the intensity of physical activities. Exercise also boosts your water requirements. In addition to your regular water habits, drink before, during (every 15 minutes), and after being active. Check Your ChildDid you know active kids lose at least eight cups (2 L) of water daily and are more at risk of dehydration because they must often be reminded to drink? When outdoors or active, children should sip water every 15 to 20 minutes.
Body Mass Index (BMI) Can't Measure Your Overall Health by Ian Mason
... Other risk factors for diseases like diabetes and cancer include:-diet -physical activity -body fat -circumference -blood pressure -blood sugar -blood cholesterol -family history -gender/ethnicityJust like BMI, no one of these indicators guarantees that you will have, or avoid having, a particular condition. Davidís father has a genetic condition that leads to very high cholesterol; David has no cholesterol issues at all. In contrast, another designer, Laurie M., has no family ...
Understanding Your Heart Rate by Zach Bashore
... With physical activity, the heart rate increases to supply the muscles with more oxygen so that the body produces more energy. The heart can beat up to two-hundred times per minute and the brain controls this rate by sending nerve signals to the heart. The rate in which a person`s heart beats depends on intensity of exercise, activity levels, and genetics. There is no "one size fits all" average for heart rate, it will vary on the individual. A person`s resting heart rate is simply the ...