Exercising specific body parts does not reduce fat stores in those areas. For example, more situps will not reduce belly fat. Proper nutrition—reducing all around calories—and full-body cardiovascular and resistance (weight-bearing) exercises to burn stored fat is the best general prescription for fat loss. However, spot training certain muscle groups can make them stronger and better toned. Read the discussion at this link for good exercises in the gynoid region (hips/thighs/buttocks).
Food cravings are the bane of healthful eating plans. Once we learn to control our cravings—and make no mistake, we all have them—we are well on our way to a healthy lifestyle. Click this link for a few tips to get these urges under control.
Usually, mornings are best for most of us. But not for everyone. And your personal fitness goals are an important consideration, whether fat loss or mass building, for examples. In the end, the best time for you is when you can get the workout in. Exercising at the “wrong” time is better than not exercising at all. Read this article for more information.
Healthy living involves more than simply exercise and nutrition. It is a lifestyle which includes adequate rest, leisure, and more. It incorporates our mind and spirit as well as our body.
The light from electronics and new light bulbs may actually be unhealthy. They could be altering our circadian rhythm, negatively affecting our sleep. And proper sleep is vital to our health and wellness.