Nov 3, 2014
Jillian Michaels: Weight-Loss Tips That Work
Keep the weight off
by Amy Spencer
From Health magazine
After two seasons away from The Biggest Loser—during which time she became mom to a girl, Lukensia, and boy, Phoenix—Jillian Michaels is back. She’s not exactly a kinder, gentler Jillian, but motherhood has made it easier for her to relate to women’s slim-down woes.
Nov 3, 2014
HOW EXERCISE CHANGES YOUR BRAIN TO BE BETTER AT BASICALLY EVERYTHING
RECENT STUDIES HAVE REVEALED MORE COMPLEX AND NUANCED WAYS IN WHICH EXERCISE ACTIVATES AND AFFECTS THE BRAIN.
The brain is fundamentally a lazy piece of meat, according to neuroscientist Gregory Berns. But take the body attached to it on a brisk walk or jog and suddenly your meat-brain is lighting up like a Lite-Brite.
“When we exercise, blood pressure and blood flow increase everywhere in the body, including the brain,” Justin Rhodes, associate professor of psychology at theUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign writes in Scientific American. “More blood means more energy and oxygen, which makes our brain perform better.”
How many calories do you need to maintain your body weight, lose weight and gain weight? This is a good base line for clients to learn about calories. Even the best calculators cannot determine the metabolic rate for every individual. Everyone is different. Click to find out more.
Find your target heart rate. Cardiovascular training is extremely important with numerous benefits.
- Improving blood pressure
- Increasing HDL good cholesterol
- Decreasing LDL bad cholesterol
- Reducing body fat
- Improving heart and lung function
- Decreasing anxiety, tension, depression.