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Motivation to Workout

WORKOUT doesn't mean spending 2-3 hours on those tough exercises that most of the people talk about. The real WORKOUT means working on 3-4 types of exercises in less than an hour (Min: 20 mins and Max: 60 mins.) If you are a beginner then you should chose 25-30 minutes workout and a busy person can chose 20 minutes workout.
When you do the exact workout that your body requires, you feel good after you workout. That's a way to motivate yourself to workout next time! Yes, you can do it harder this time!
When you are active, the fat burning machine in your body is active! So, next time when your free for few minutes, take a jump or sprint!
Think about the physically fit body you'll achieve after working out! Aahh! That's something attractive. You'll no longer be fat nor thin, you'll be FIT!
Read the success stories of others, they are really inspiring. You'll find yourself interested in working out.
Ask someone to be your workout partner, whom you can compete with …

Ten Simple Rules For Easy Fat Loss

1. Eat 4-6 small meals day a day instead of the usual 2-3 large meals. Eating frequently will help regulate and boost your metabolism to burn more calories.     2. Consume whole foods that are high in fiber and low in sugar, such as lean protein sources (lean beef, chicken, fish, and whey protein), fruits & vegetables (oranges, apples, strawberries, blueberries, broccoli, peppers, asparagus, carrots, nuts (almonds, cashews, & walnuts), and whole grains.     3. Eat low-glycemic carbohydrates such as vegetables, whole-wheat products and oatmeal instead of refined processed carbohydrates which usually come in a box or a bag.     4. Consume 25-35 grams of fiber per day. Fiber will help satisfy hunger pangs as well as control insulin and blood sugar levels which tend to promote fat storage.     5. Eat some type of lean protein at each meal. Protein helps to satisfy hunger and provide the necessary building blocks to maintain lean body mass while losing body fat.     6. Eat 5-10 servi…

Top Five workout mistakes | Tom Venuto

"Common workout mistakes" has always been a very popular topic in fitness publications. But no matter how many times this subject is re-hashed, you almost always hear about the same half a dozen or so mistakes, including poor form, over training, going too heavy, not stretching, not warming up, blah, blah, blah. Ironically, you seldom hear about the biggest mistakes of all. Tom calls these humongous bloopers "bonehead mistakes." Why? Because once you start to analyze and think about them, its really just common sense and it all seems so obvious...except of course to the person doing it, who is often quite oblivious until someone else points it out to them. Then the light goes on and its like... "Duh!"
Bonehead workout mistake #1: "Winging it"
“Winging it” means having no written goals or plans, no training journal and no way of “keeping score.” It’s when you just show up at the gym day after day and do whatever strikes your fancy, whatever machine …

Vanilla blender cake | Prograde

In a blender, add:
      - 1 Egg       - 3 tbsp. applesauce (unsweetened, natural)       - 2 tbsp. agave syrup       - 3 tbsp. unsweetened, vanilla almond milk       - 1/2  tsp. vanilla extract Once well blended, add:   - 2 tbsp. almond flour       - 3 tbsp. gluten-free pancake mix       - 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
Mix. Once mixed, add to microwave safe dish (glass or ceramic works well), and cook well until done (start at 2 minutes and 15 seconds). If it’s still ‘wet’, cook longer, going a few seconds at a time so that it doesn’t get tough or over cooked. Put onto a plate, pick a handful of berries, and microwave the berries for 45 seconds until soft and mushy, pour over the top of the cake and ENJOY!
Makes 2 servings.