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2. The Power of Your Positive Brain | Videos | My Brain Solutions

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The power of positivity... video by Dr. Evian Gordon.


Via Maggie Rouman
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Actionable tips on changing your mindset!

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Effective Weight Loss Workout Perspectives

Effective Weight Loss Workout Perspectives | All things Fitness | Scoop.it

How to be successful with your weight loss workout. Workout routines and tips to get the most out of your weight loss exercises. ...


Via AlGonzalezinfo
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good article...I like the 80/20 rules of weight loss workouts and ideas on how to incorporate cardio into your regiment.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, July 14, 2013 9:02 AM
Great article! Current and relevant! From the post: Should you do cardio before your weight loss workout? After? During, and if so, how much is too much? Not enough? What should your heart rate be…and on and on… Listen. Forget that confusing nonsense and do what fitness models around the globe do to keep the camera clicking. • Make everyday a full-body workout day. • Continuously mix-up the compound exercises that you use that tap into muscles from head to toe. • Take your average 30 minute cardio session, split it into chunks and incorporate them into your circuit training!
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2. The Power of Your Positive Brain | Videos | My Brain Solutions

2. The Power of Your Positive Brain | Videos | My Brain Solutions | All things Fitness | Scoop.it

The power of positivity... video by Dr. Evian Gordon.


Via Maggie Rouman
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Actionable tips on changing your mindset!

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How To Burn a Lot of Calories Without Exercising! Part 1

How To Burn a Lot of Calories Without Exercising! Part 1 | All things Fitness | Scoop.it
20 easy changes to make to your everyday life to burn extra calories. A complete guide as how to burn a lot of calories without exercising!

Via AlGonzalezinfo
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Very nice tips...I especially like #'s 1, 4, & 6...that those three things alone have helped me tremendously in losing the weight.

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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, June 24, 2013 4:57 PM

#4) Cook your own food:
We all know it’s usually healthier than buying takeaway, but think of the extra calories you will burn by preparing your food. At the very least you will be on your feet for about an extra half an hour, which burns more calories than driving to the takeaway shop.

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#Fitness - The Most Useless Exercise Ever

#Fitness - The Most Useless Exercise Ever | All things Fitness | Scoop.it

“we feel you. Does anyone still believe crunches help burn belly fat? (If so, they’re an idiot.)

 

Here’s more evidence: A recent study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that simply performing sit-ups, crunches, and other ab exercises won’t do much (correction: anything) to reduce belly fat.

 

One group of study subjects performed ab exercises 5 days a week while the control group did nothing.”


Via Carlos Newsome
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I don't do many isolation exercises...I focus on compound movements instead.  You can have the abs of steel but if they are covered under mounds of fat, what's the point?

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Walter Forbes's comment, August 14, 2013 4:32 AM
For me sit ups work really well, but I agree that crunches are not as good. For me different leg raises have brought good results.
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How to Talk to Your Kids About Their Eating Habits: Very Carefully | TIME.com

How to Talk to Your Kids About Their Eating Habits: Very Carefully | TIME.com | All things Fitness | Scoop.it
Weight is never an easy subject, but it can be especially dicey when parents broach the issue of eating habits and weight with their teens.

Via Tonja Davis
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I have an overweight child and I struggle with approachwith healthy eating with her.  the best approach is to lead by example.

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Tonja Davis's curator insight, June 25, 2013 6:15 PM

Make it about healthy habits, not about the child or their appearance.