Developing awareness of how you feel after finishing a meal is an important lean eating skill; not only to help measure your nutritional intake, but also to promote good eating behaviour.
Here’s a simple test to help you gauge if you’re eating the right amount for healthy and sustained fat loss.
Weight lifting for athletic performance, and weight lifting for bodybuilding, are 2 very different goals, and each requires a different approach to your strength-training workout.
Here’s a great article that explains why – for men AND women.
(don’t let the photos of big muscle dudes scare you… there’s great science in the article!)
Last month I advised that you use January to establish a regular habit of eating breakfast. I hope that you found the information I shared to be useful for that purpose.
And now that it’s February, time to establish and entrench another nutritional behaviour… admittedly, one that often makes my clients wince.
“EAT YOUR VEGETABLES!”
OK, I admit that eating vegetables (1 cup raw; or 1/2 cup cooked) in each of your planned meals takes some getting used to – and takes more discipline than eating breakfast each day – so this month I’ll be sharing lots of ways for you to insert vegetables into your regular diet – conveniently.
Stay Lean. Stay Strong. Stay tuned!
In your mind you have pictured yourself in better shape… not “fitness model” shape… but in better shape.
- You know you don’t want to lose any ability (ski, run, play…)
- You know you want to avoid health crises (heart, lungs, obesity…)
- You know you need a fall-back plan for aging (hips, knees, back…)
If you’re a casual Do-It-Yourself’er, you’ve likely “Googled” all about exercise, skimmed a few issues of Mens’ Health, and probably have friends who have reached the success you want.
What about your results?
In today’s busy life, and for lots of busy people in it, coaching has become the key ingredient to success – not only to learning more about fitness & nutrition in general, but to real body tranformation in particular.
After retirement, your chances of experiencing reduced health actually increases if you don’t take appropriate measures now. http://makehealthlast.ca/