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Category Archives: well-being
Part of the healthy lifestyle and anti-aging secret is learning how to apply and commit to daily low intensity aerobic exercise activity. In doing so the brain-body becomes proficient at releasing natural and addictive weight loss chemicals. Through this natural release the body craves sustaining the fit healthy lifestyle course. Instead of worrying about weight gain, you’ll be more interested in attacking the next days activity. The weight will come off naturally without even thinking about it while enjoying life to the fullest. Continue reading
Should you be concerned about Genetically Engineered crops and artifically sweetened processed foods? Many consumers think so. For example, Pringles potato chips had been recalled in Japan because the potatoes used to make the chips had the “gene-altered NewLeafPlus and NewLeaf Y components developed by Monsanto in the vegetables DNA! Research is also beginning to show links to Morgellon’s Disease correlated with GM recombinant foods. Continue reading
Statistical trends show an up tick in disease and shorten lifespan. Our advanced technology is used to make profits, not focus on prevention and healthy lifestyle. Otherwise these things would be an educational priority early on in life. So why does our Western culture and marketplace behave this way? Profit is king and in a free marketplace if healthy behavior and lifestyle changed, so would economics and profits. We don’t cure and we don’t stop food and drug addiction, there’s no money in these changes and these things represent millions of jobs, pensions and special interests. Need I say more about the connection to the toxic and chemical environments consumers find themselves in? The consumer safety knowledge does not stop here. Stay informed.
Cross training programs have been introduced to the “Y” and millennial generation through numerous newly minted small 24/7 secure access workout centers that may or may not be affiliated with the CrossFit brand. As a matter of fact the cross training principled fitness philosophy may fall under many types of fitness brands offering unique variations of exercise modalities that can accommodate any customized fitness activity need. Continue reading
Throughout the years working as a fitness consultant it never seized to amaze me how many people had the same fitness goal. And I’m sure many can guess that goal. So what is the answer to healthy weight loss and removal of the toxins from the foods we consume? Outside of bad eating habits, the answer to healthy longevity, weight loss and sustainment of that loss cannot be solved by a marketer’s one diet and exercise activity prescription for all. If you expect to live an active lifestyle through your 70’s and 80’s there are 3 basic MirrorAthlete fitness principles you can apply immediately. None of these principles has anything to do with processed and convenience fast foods, quick weight loss gimmicks, muscular enhancement, or vanity products or services. Save your money! Continue reading
How does one determine and build a relative fitness program? All too often relative fitness programming is disregarded where some jump on others band wagons in hopes of receiving the same results. It is often thought if one follows another’s exercise routine, they’ll receive the same fitness benefits. Sometimes this strategy works, but all too often it fails because it’s relative to another’s unique mind, body and spirit and environment(s) in which they live. For example, when we fail too often to losing weight because of poor fitness planning, the end result is more weight gain and risk to health. Continue reading