Losing Weight and Keeping it Off!

Healthy Food

According to a New York Times article published yesterday, people who lose more than 10% of their bodyweight burn fewer calories for any given exercise than people who haven’t lost a lot of weight, which is a pretty big shift from conventional thinking that everyone is generally the same.

This means if  you’ve lost a lot of weight, to maintain your new lower weight, you need to consume fewer calories each day than other people who haven’t lost a lot of weight. A realization that kind of sucks. Fortunately, the benefits of regular exercise are still realized, even if cartoon porn your weight loss goals aren’t.

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23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?

A Doctor-Professor answers the old question “What is the single best thing we can do for our health” in a completely new way.

Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.

No Excuses! Work Out with Minimal Equipment

Home Workout

The best way to achieve results – whether that’s gaining muscle, losing weight, toning, or building endurance – is through strength training.  Eventually, if you want to continue to see results, you’ll have to either get a gym membership or purchase some equipment for home.  However, for those of you who are just starting an exercise program and for those days when you can’t make it to they gym, here are some ways that you can get a good workout either without equipment or with minimal equipment.

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How to Choose a Gym

Great!  You’ve decided to sign up for a gym membership.  Now, how do you find a gym that works for you?  Here are some of our tips on choosing the right gym:

1.  Location – The hardest part about going to the gym is getting there.  Some days, you just aren’t going to feel motivated.  That’s why it’s important to choose a gym location that’s as convenient as possible.  Think about what time you want to work out and whether it would be easier to go to a gym that’s close to your work, school, or home.

2.  Cost – Be sure to consider whether the gym charges an initiation fee in addition to a monthly membership fee.  Some initiation fees More… »

The History of Bodybuilding [Infographic]

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