Monthly Archives: January 2018

It Pays Off Not To Snooze…Work UP!

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Waking up early to workout is NOT over-rated. Working out in the AM is the Ultimate workout. You want to loose the most Fast reserve in your body? Do it before breakfast.

When’s the best time to exercise to ensure you’re getting the most out of it?

It really does Pay Not to Snooze, and wake up for an early workout.

Why? Because working out before breakfast helps you speed up the weight loss and actually boost your energy throughout the day, in turn preparing your body to an all day fat burn, and pushing your body to tap into its fat reserves for fuel, as opposed to burning off your most recent meal.

A fasted workout is the best Workout. So next time you want to Snooze and sleep in, think about your progress and your hard work. It is much harder after breakfast than before breakfast. Why not speed up your progress and do it right?

THINK ABOUT IT & COMMIT!

For more, Lose Weight – Business Insider.

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Lose It The RIGHT Way!

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Losing weight is a constant struggle, I have tried various methods, diets, workouts. To be honest, lets make it simple.

EAT WELL, EXERCISE WELL, DONT KILL YOURSELF AND DONT STRIP YOURSELF FROM HAPPINESS.

Cutting FAT, cutting CARBS, cutting SUGAR, starving yourself. You are doing it all the wrong way. How about you focus on what really matters, because your body needs fat, carbs, sugar, and damn right can’t be starved, not if you want to also Work out and BE HEALTHY.

So here is the Trick, I will send you off to a nice ENTERTAINING ride that will shock you but you will realise that this way will be healthy and reachable for you.

Here are 23 Weight Loss Tips for you to best lose it. Don’t DIET, just Finally DO-IT.

Disability Does Not Make You Exceptional !

I watched this TED Talk and it made me really think. It is kind of sad if you ask me, seeing someone disabled automatically causes this feeling of unease and appreciation for someone, but maybe that’s the last thing they need. 

Watch Stella Young: “I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much” and don’t be shy to share your thoughts. 

http://go.ted.com/2b4OGw