Fitness & Nutrition Tips
Think you don’t have enough time to work out? If you think you need to set aside an hour to get in a useful workout, think again. You can get a great workout in just 20 minutes. Try out this routine that repeats working your lower body, upper body, and core. Do each exercise for […]
Do you want to get into shape fast? Do you want an effective workout you can do in a short amount of time? Do you want to feel exhilarated when you finish your workout? If you answered yes to these three questions, then interval training is the workout for you. Interval training is cardiovascular exercise that […]
Calories burned shoveling snow based on a 150 lb person – 408 calories/one hour. Muscles involved: Deltoids, abdominal, erectors (lower back), quads, hamstrings, gluts, lats, obliques. Many, many muscles and in my opinion also great for your heart!
Managing Cholesterol with Exercise – Exercising with Health Challenges – FitFacts – American Council On Exercise(ACE) Shared via Add This
Ellen’s Recommendations To Lose Fat – 1. Eat 3 Small Meals/3 Snacks per day to keep your blood sugar regulated 2. Avoid Foods with high glycemic index (pastries, pasta, rice, etc). They bring your blood sugar up quickly and back down quickly so that you feel hungry fast. 3. Stick with foods with a low […]
Flexibility – Benefits Flexibility is a joint’s ability to move through a full range of motion. Flexibility training (stretching) is not about becoming a world class gymnast–it’s about balancing the muscle groups you use or overuse during exercise and other activities, or from bad posture. Read on to learn about the benefits of a good […]
Work-site health promotion With the recession still lurking, many companies have cut costs. However, companies are not eliminating their work-site health and fitness programs to save costs. As the President of N2SHAPE, Inc., I have received more inquiries for on site health and fitness programs in the past six months than ever before. The cost […]