You wake up, you head to the gym, you do your workout, and you go home. Or you wake up, you turn on the TV, you blast through a workout DVD or treadmill workout, and you go about your day. Boring, right? Did you know that working out with a partner can not only be more fun but more beneficial to your ultimate fitness goals as well?
Happy New Year! Were you among the masses creating a new series of New Year’s resolutions? Are you usually successful or do you find your resolve wavering within a few months (weeks, or days)? The good news is that even if you struggle there are some things you can do to make sticking to your resolutions a little bit easier this year.
The holiday season is unquestionably the most perilous time of year for dieters and exercisers. The endless supply of scrumptious treats that begin to appear at home, school, and the office at the end of October combined with extended visits to relatives and other disruptions to regular schedules is enough to throw even the most dedicated fitness buffs off their routine. By the time things settle down again, it’s two months and several extra inches around your waistline later.
We’ve all heard the phrase "mind over matter" – the idea that a person's mental outlook can affect his or her ability to overcome challenges in all facets of life. Popular advocates of this mantra include bestselling author Deepak Chopra, whose extensive body of work promotes the belief that habits and attitude are the main determining factors behind health and happiness. According to Chopra, "Positive input promotes well‒being; negative input impairs well‒being."
One of the most common excuses people give for not exercising regularly is that they simply don't have enough time. Between career and family obligations, social commitments, and household responsibilities, it hardly seems possible to accomplish anything else in the scant 24 hours in a day.
Terri Good was understandably skeptical about her first encounter with a 3G Cardio Accelerated Vibration Training machine.
When Push Pedal Pull director of sales, Doug Corson, tells customers and even his sales associates about the many benefits of Accelerated Vibration Training (AVT), it comes from his heart and legs, chest, shoulders and arms.
On February 14, couples all over the country will make a special effort to acknowledge their love for each other in observance of St. Valentine's Day. Many celebrations will involve going out to dinner at a favorite eatery, followed perhaps by a trip to the movie theater or drinks at the hottest new nightspot in town.
Each year 45 percent of American adults make New Year's resolutions. And each year, one-fourth of them will fail to keep their resolutions through the first week of January. And to no one's surprise, these numbers get worse as time goes on, with another one-third of resolvers forsaking their efforts after the first month.