Fat Burning TipsWritten by Gary Gresham
Continued from page 1
To prevent body fat from building up you also need to exercise. You must be active to change your bodies metabolism to burn fat instead of storing it. Fat burning exercises will speed up your metabolism. With a reduction in calories, and this type of exercise, you will reduce body fat. Some of these fat burning exercises include walking, jogging, running, elliptical trainer workouts, cycling and swimming. The key thing to remember here is more muscle groups you use, more fat you'll burn. These aerobic fat burning exercises increase your metabolism, which means, you'll burn calories long after you exercise. People who exercise on a regular basis develop more fat burning enzymes than someone who doesn't exercise at all. If you want to discover a fat burning secret that works, it's eat properly to reduce body fat, while combining it with fat burning exercises. Remember not exceed your daily calories allotted each day and increase your physical activity. Try these fat burning tips and get results that will work.
Copyright © 2005 Treadmill Info.com All Rights Reserved.
This article is supplied by http://www.treadmill-info.com where you will find valuable information, ratings, reviews, articles and buying tips before you make the investment in quality fitness equipment. For more fitness related articles go to: http://www.treadmill-info.com/articles_1.html
Prescription Without The PharmacyWritten by Sherri L Dodd
Continued from page 1
Guidelines included discussing following topics with patient:
•Assessing BMI and explaining what results mean •Referring to general nutrition of good health •Suggesting an approximate 500 calorie decrease in person’s diet •Writing an actual prescription (nothing beats instruction in black and white form) •Giving Lifestyle amendments to expend calories, such as taking stairs instead of elevators or walking during a lunch break •Recommending a pedometer and a minimum of 10,000 steps per day •Introducing benefits of strength training, and how to get started
As subject in our story discovered, metabolism begins to naturally slow down as we age, but there are actions we can take to help situation. You do not have to wait for your doctor to write you a prescription for treatment. You do not even have to hit local drugstore to obtain over-the-counter medicine. Exercise is a therapy that is always accessible to you and nothing beats resulting quality of life that it has to offer.
Sherri Dodd is the creator and author of Mom Looks Great - The Fitness Program for Moms. She is an ACE-certified Personal Trainer and Lifestyle & Weight Management Consultant with over fifteen years of exercise experience. She has lectured to groups of 100+ people on her fitness plan and is a freelance writer on the topics of fitness and general nutrition as well as the humorous side of motherhood.