In today’s busy world, people are always in a hurry. Always on the run to meet deadlines and reaching goals.
Life can be demanding if we allow it. If we do, it can keep us from doing other things that are actually important but may not seem like it at first — such as preparing our meals, spending time to squeeze in exercises, and yes, attending to family commitments.
Only strong-willed individuals will have the dedication to put health on top of the priority list. For the ones who truly see value in fitness and health, a hectic schedule is never an excuse live an unhealthy lifestyle.
You always find time for the things you value so in short, it is just a matter of setting paradigm.
Interestingly, the internet is a good source to get health and fitness related information. Sure there are plenty of false information but with common sense and further research, you’d know which sources are reliable.
If you know how to sift through the volume of online gimmicks and promises – such as ‘get slim within 10 days’, ‘miracle weight loss tactics’, and ‘quick-fix or instant fitness programs’ – you’d reach golden nuggets of information.
Truth About Clean-Eating
This refers to avoiding consumption of processed food.
With this dietary practice, you’d have the tendency to dodge eating other important food groups which can have adverse effects to your bodily functions.
Examples of foods you’d likely to avoid are dairy foods, foods rich in carbs, sugar, and alcohol. Soy and grains wouldn’t be included as well.
If you’re not careful, you might suffer from digestive problems like constipation, loose bowel movement, bloating, and cramps. You might feel weak and suffer from a sleeping disorder.
Collagen Supplements for Skin and Active Performance
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body. It provides strength and elasticity to your skin and muscles. It acts as glue, holding together your joints and tendons.
Taking collagen supplementation daily with Vitamin C, ensures your body can convert collagen into a usable protein necessary to boosts muscle mass, increases energy output, and reduces cellulites and stretch marks.
Carbs is NOT the DEVIL
In recent years, carbs has gained a bad reputation in the health and fitness world. Yes, it is true that if you avoid bread, or pasta, or rice for a week, you’d lose weight.
However do not ignore the fact that carbohydrates is an essential macronutrient and the preferred fuel source of the body.
Constantly depleted stores of carbs may result to body weakness, fatigue, dehydration, and bowel issues.
Cardio at Fasting State
The body usually can handle 12-hour fasting or more prior to your last meal. During this state, your body will rely on stored glycogen and fats as source of energy.
Some claimed that performing cardio at fasted state will help burn more fats. Some refute this claim, saying that it doesn’t matter at all. But it should be noted that professional bodybuilders, actors, and models swear by this principle.
Weight-lifting to Muscle Up
It is true that lifting heavy weights can increase muscle mass and will help you achieve the ‘bulky look’.
However, you will only get bulky if you lift along with consistent caloric surplus. You’d gain muscle quickly while probably maintaining the amount of bodyfat — or even add some.
If you lift and watch your calories and eat healthy amounts of macros, you won’t get bulky. On contrary, you will get lean and gain aesthetic looking muscles.