Running For Weight Loss – Training Guide For Beginners

One of the most efficient way to lose weight is a combination of running with a healthy diet. For beginners, some common sense techniques should be used to ease into running for weight loss. 1. Combine running with walking When you first start running, your muscles need to be trained to become use to the physical activity. A combination of running and walking helps to to build your muscles up. What you can do: a. Start out walking for 15 minutes and then run for five minutes or until you…

Running to lose weight – Important Things To Know Before Starting It

Running to lose weight is a very popular choice for people trying to lose pounds and burn calories. This activity is considered very effective if it’s done right. But there are some things to plan ahead in order to enjoy the full benefits of running to lose weight. If you are planning on running to lose weight, you will need to consider certain things before you dash out the front door! Please check with your physician first so you can set safe limits on your activities. Make sure you know…

Exercising in High Heels – New way to tone your calves and look sexy!

Well, I was watching E! entertainment recently and there was an interview with a Dancing with the Stars celebrity. And her secret to toned legs and calves is to do squats with her high heels on!And mind you, its not the 1and-half inch pumps, it’s the 3-inch stiletto killer heels we are talking about. What she does is to wear the heels while doing the lateral squats and it also helps tones the calves as the legs are then elevated. I thought I would share this here with you gals….

Gym or Outdoors

Its always a dilemma for me when it comes to exercising. Outdoors or the gym? Hmmm… I would almost always choose to be outdoors. The feeling you get from jogging outdoors is so different from being cooped up in the gym. There are more things (and people of course) to watch but it’s also the sense of freedom I truly enjoy.You can choose to change your normal route or path; and that can bring new surprises and spice up the workout 🙂 I am always extra cautious when running along…

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