Springtime has a way of focusing the mind on the summer holidays. It is this time of year that many of us realise that the sedentary winter has taken its toll. With only a couple of months to go before a trip to the sun, now is the time to think about toning up and losing those excess pounds.
Exercise is essential if we want to keep our bodies in trim, especially as we grow older! Even youngsters need to keep active in order to be as healthy as they can, and there are many ways to remain in good shape. Many people – especially adults – choose to join a gym, and those that attend regularly will get their money’s worth, but it’s a known fact there are hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of gym memberships that go largely unused. That’s money that, for anyone with a family or a home to keep, could be better used elsewhere, so what do you do for exercise if you don’t go to the gym?
Over the recent years, fructose has become very popular in the food industry mainly because it can be used as a food sweetening agent. Although fructose is mostly known to be present in unhealthy foodstuffs such as soft drinks, it is also found abundantly in fruits and veggies. When consumed in large quantities, fructose present in soft drinks can increase the blood glucose to a level that can be difficult to bring down. Since the advent of non-alcoholic beverages, the number of reported cases of people suffering from fructose intolerance has really escalated.
We all know that we should do 15 minutes of cardio a day, eat healthy and workout a few times a week. But, with our busy work schedules and family lives, it can be difficult to find the time to stay fit and in shape. While getting to the gym should still be a priority, here are some exercises that you can perform while at the workplace.
The market for fat burners has exploded over the past few years and we could say that this is partly down to the fact that fitness in general has recently become a mainstream topic. Social media has helped bring fitness back into style, with more and more people aspiring towards a healthier way of life, which can be difficult considering we live in a society where convenience food is so cheap and accessible. However, as with any market where advertising and ingredients are involved (such as cosmetics) there should always be a level of caution around consumer choices. This is because these markets frequently sell products that include redundant or potentially dangerous artificial ingredients.
Exercise is fundamental to a human being’s life. If anyone wants to live for longer, or just to enjoy their life as it stands, regular exercise should be a big part of their lifestyle. However, some people spend years without exercising and then feel that they don’t know where to start when exercise becomes an urgent matter. This is especially true for people of a certain age, who have been out of the exercise routine for a number of years, and then realise that they don’t know where to begin. The best thing you can do in this regard is follow some of the ideas that are outlined in this article. We hope they give you some inspiration to switch up your exercise routine, and if you have just started after a long period of inactivity, to make it easier for you to make that fresh beginning.
It’s that time of year when people are beginning to show tell-tale signs of getting behind with their new year’s resolution of keeping fit, shifting all the blame on lack of time and slow results. That is why getting a personal trainer could be worth its weight in gold.
Time Line Therapy™, often referred to as simply TLT, is a powerful healing practice that has developed from the concepts of NLP and hypnosis. It was developed in the 1980’s by Tad James by adding a therapeutic approach to the idea that all our memories are storied in a time line form within our mental storage system.
Hypnotherapy has been used to treat medical conditions across the globe throughout history. Though the western world has been slow to recognise and embrace the powerful benefits of hypnosis, modern medical professionals are increasingly resorting to hypnosis to encourage positive changes in their patients.