Your body’s fat percentage is a great way to measure how effective your fat loss efforts are. Our weight is the sum of all our tissue; organs, bones, muscles, body fluids, fat and other.
Six pack abs are a dream many have. Yet obtaining the ability to wash your clothes over the speed bumps in your stomach is an objective many fail to achieve. No matter how much you train your abs, the truth is simply that if your diet sucks and your body fat level is too high you will not have visible abs.
Don’t diet — it simply doesn’t work. Instead, making small changes to what you consume can equate to big gains when it comes to getting the most out of your training and exercise efforts.
The media pump out so much nutrition information that is contradictory. All the flip-flops, twists and turns written over the years about the goodness or badness of any number of foods leaves most people not knowing what to believe.
In recent years there has been a growing awareness that grain or wheat products are not the best food for us to be consuming. Even though ‘conventional wisdom’ from government guidelines and numerous experts recommend that a healthful diet should consist of six to 11 daily servings.
Eating out is enjoyable and sociable, and provided that you choose wisely you can still eat healthily and relatively moderately with regard to health and fat loss goals.
In today’s society you should be striving to be as abnormal as possible. The norm is now the unhealthy, the norm is now over-fat, the norm is now contracting a chronic disease and the norm now does not know how good it feels to be fit and to move freely.
The real problem with the modern human diet is that we are not eating enough real food. Rather we are eating products that interrupt our auto-regulatory system, which causes toxin build-up and fat storage. The best way to lose weight and feel great in the 2015 is to simply cut out all the fiends, the villains and nasty ‘food-like’ substances from your diet. One of the biggest culprits is soda… the fizzy fiend!
It’s the time of year when many health and fitness magazines have their top lists of how to achieve various body composition goals with countdowns such as “14 days to a six-pack”, “lose 3 inches in 7 days”, “get amazing arms, legs and abs in 8 moves” and so on.
There is a culture or myth that in fitness and sports performance, MORE is better. Rest and recovery are as of equal importance as the training or workout portion of the regime when devising a programme. However, because people think they get the training benefits by ‘doing’, they often overlook or don’t understand the importance of rest and recovery.