If you find yourself doing over an hour of cardio a day at the gym, you're not alone. Watch for these signs that mean you could be on cardio overload.
We're all about the long row as one part of a workout plan, and sometimes most of it (See: Concept2 Fall Challenge, World Erg Challenge, Marathon Challenge, etc.). Most of the time, though, too much of a good thing is definitely too much. Read on to see if you're falling into that category.
This workout is designed to be done alternating between the rowing machine and the SkiErg. If you don’t have access to a SkiErg you can row the whole workout. Or, if you want a bigger challenge, make it an all Ski Erg workout.
those who slept six hours or less per night had greater weight gain than those who slept seven to eight hours. “These long-term observations support the results of short-term experiments that reduced sleep changes our hunger and cravings for specific foods, especially less healthy, more highly processed junk and snack foods,” he says.
"those who slept six hours or less per night had greater weight gain than those who slept seven to eight hours. 'These long-term observations support the results of short-term experiments that reduced sleep changes our hunger and cravings for specific foods, especially less healthy, more highly processed junk and snack foods.'” See more at: http://now.tufts.edu/articles/sleep-and-weight-gain#sthash.Efwmnl4q.dpuf
Yes, it's true that a Fitbit and its friends aren't likely to transform your weight loss. Plus they're not great at tracking rowing workouts. We still like them, though, because they nudge you to keep moving. And it's that NEAT movement (Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis) that just might make the difference when it comes to dropping pounds, especially if you're menopausal.
We love our standup desks! Ours are nothing fancy, we measured our ergonomically correct heights and then bought supplies at Ikea, but they work great for us and definitely help keep our fidgeting under control.
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