Fight the festive bulge


Scared of getting fat this Christmas?

Follow these festive season weight loss strategies for piece of mind and a healthy holiday.
We all know that it's difficult to eat healthy over the holidays, but remember, all is not lost.

Fight the festive bulge with these easy tips:


Top 10 Mistakes People Make in the Gym

This survey of 3,000 ACE-certified fitness professionals points out the biggest mistakes in the gym.

In some cases, these mistakes may simply mean the difference between an effective and an ineffective workout. Other mistakes, however, can be more costly, leading to strain and injury


Sleeping your way to the top, August 2012

  Have you ever felt like you are training at full capacity, eating well and yet progress is surprisingly slow or minimal?

Even the most accomplished athletes may still struggle to achieve their mental and physical best if this core element is lacking. Perhaps there's a piece to this puzzle that's missing and holding you back from accomplishing your goals. 
The good news is that once you've mastered this elusive key component, your progress WILL hasten and you'll experience a sense of well-being like never before. So, what is this magic final ingredient that when mixed with an effective training and nutritional program produces optimal results? Why, just a good night's sleep!


Chew out stress

  Few things in life are universal but stress is definitely something we can all agree on.  And we'd all like to have a means to beat it as quickly as possible.  Sure, there are lots of solutions out there, but none are as easy to incorporate into your day to day grind as this one: Chew Gum.  Its been shown to increase alernertness, improve performance and lower stress.

In fact, in a study carried out by researchers at Swinburne University in Melbourne, subjects who chewed gum while multitasking under stressful conditions experienced reduced stress and anxiety as well as increased alertness.
They also had lower cortisol levels than the control group and exhibited better overall performance.  Other research has uncovered similar benefits.  In one study, participants chewed gum displayed quicker reaction times, which increased as the task at hand progressed.

Ofcourse be careful not to chew too much gum as it can cause gutache which might cause you stress!

exerpt from Men's Health May 2012.

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