The key to fast weight loss isn't dieting. It's making simple, smart choices that increase your caloric burn big time.
The key is, you've got to build muscle and reduce your body fat percentage, and that's where cardio and diet come into play.
Strong does not mean bulky. Many women don't need to add more muscle, they need the muscle they already have to be more efficient.
Improve your heart health, mood, stamina and more with regular physical activity. Regular exercise is also good for your mind and memory.
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Made in the Kitchen
I’m a Mother to 5 Beautiful Children and a Wife to a Husband who loves to eat. I know the struggle and the victory. I’ll give you my personal delicious, secret recipes that I and my clients use to get washboard abs.
OUTDOOR EXCERSIZES YOU CAN DO IN
Who says you need gym to stay fit? Green, or natural spaces, are considered advantageous for health and can actually lead to better health for everyone. Soak in the sights & sounds that outdoor Pasadena has to offer. Breathe in fresh air. Enjoy a brisk walk around the Rose Bowl and listen to the quiet as a reprieve from noisy, everyday life. Studies have shown that exercise helps with depression and anxiety, and exercising outside while enjoying nature can enhance the benefits.
Enjoy the outdoors at Eaton Canyon with only the intention of enjoying its surroundings. Take the dog, or take a friend or loved one. Go at different times of the day. The trail to Eaton Canyon Falls is a popular and often crowded hike that starts off as a fairly easy walking experience, but progresses in difficulty as you approach the falls.
Lastly, who says an after dinner stroll with your favorite walking shoes on Colorado Blvd. in Old Town Pasadena can’t get your heart rate up? Lets not forget that there’s the Farmer’s Market every Sunday. Grab two canvas bags, walk over to the farmers market, purchase your favorite fresh fruits and vegetables, and walk back home carrying one bag on each arm. I’m not saying it’s the equivalent of a full blown workout, but if you can burn an extra 200-300 calories per day, doing what you would do anyway, and enjoy the scenery and outdoors-why not?