A combination of proper diet and exercise will always be necessary to manage your weight effectively, but today, we’re going to focus specifically on overeating, and how you can avoid it.
Many people start running as a part of a general lifestyle change to get fit and lose weight. Running burns a lot of calories (an average of about 100 calories per mile), so you would think that would lead to weight loss. However, this is not always the case with some runners finding they don’t lose any weight. There is no straight forward answer on this, as everyone is different, but here are some things to take into consideration…
Gaining weight during the winter season is nothing new, and with the seemingly endless stream of storms that have battered Ireland in recent months, it is inevitable that many of us will be spending far more time than usual parked in front of our screens. So today we’re going to look at some simple but effective ways to shift those stubborn pounds.
Some people view the concept of "holiday pounds" as part and parcel of the Christmas package. After all, for many of us it is a season to indulge ourselves and to be spoilt. But we all know that putting on weight is a lot easier than taking it off, so here are a few tips to help keep the holiday weight away and avoid the necessity of unrealistic New Year's resolutions.
When it comes to exercise, the kind of outfit you wear is important. Wearing the wrong materials and wrong choice of clothes will hamper your performance and your ability to stretch and go that all important extra mile.
If weight loss is your goal, then some classes are certainly better than others to consider trying. Let’s look at four of the best (and most fun!).
If you do lunch in your office, why not consider some of the healthy, low calorie snacks mentioned in this article.