Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Fit Or Fat?!

Fit Or Fat?!
"Hey, you have reduced now, compared to the last time I saw you!"These are golden words for a woman who is fat. This woman would not even have lost an ounce but this one makes her feel good. She decides to lose weight. The heavy dinner gives her a good sleep and next day she is back to her old self hogging all kinds of food and being her lazy self!Just tell a fat man or woman "You look fat" and you are a goner. No fat man or woman would like to use the word "fat". It is either "obese" or "stout" or "on the fatter side and if on diet I will reduce". There is an aversion to the word "fat". Be it either man or woman, both sexes have become conscious of putting on weight but the basic problem in reducing weight lies in the rigid rules, which they would not follow even for a dime.<...(related: Weight Loss)

Diet Pills: Tremendous Temptation, Huge Frauds
False campaignsMore than 50 percent of Americans and Canadians are overweight or obese. More than a half the advertising campaigns for diet pills and dietary supplements are intentionally false or fail to reveal the truth...(related: Weight Loss)

Weights Before Cardio: Stop Working Against Yourself
Just because you're working hard, doesn't mean that you're working smart. I see it every day. People come into the gym and hop on a treadmill for 30-60 minutes and then head over to the weights to do their resistance training. Even though my initial reaction is to walk up and smack them in the back of the head, the reality in the matter is? How would they know any better? Which is why I thought this article was so appropriate. After all, for years I've heard people say that if you do your cardio first, you'll burn more fat during your weight training. Making your weight training an extension of your cardio.Let's look at why this isn't true and see if we can save some people a little...(related: Weight Loss)