This post is the part 8.2 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
Another technique for overcoming weight loss plateau is a rotational diet or a carbohydrate alternation diet. There is a variety of terms for this technique for getting rid of subcutaneous fat. However, the bottom line is always the same – varying calorific value. Within several days in a row, your food intake remains at the minimum calorific value and it is virtually devoid of carbohydrates (the primary ingredient is proteins). Continue Reading
This is the Part 3 of the Wellness Walking article series.
Fast walking, along with other aerobic exercises, is the basis of wellness training. That’s why it has to meet its principles; otherwise, it can cause harm instead of good. Despite all of the differences, wellness training (such as sport) features the following basic components, defining its efficiency; the type of exercise, its length, and intensity, the periodicity of the lessons (the number of them in a week) and the length of the relaxation between the lessons. Let’s briefly discuss the basic features of these components of the wellness walking. Continue Reading
This is the Part 2 of the Wellness Walking article series.
So, we’ve learned about the common principles of wellness training and got the required minimum theoretical knowledge. Now, we can begin learning about the methodics of walking, and first of all, about its classification.
Simple walking (slow, at less speed than 4 km/h) is passive when four-headed thigh muscles are only slightly contracted, and straight legs are brought forward to the length of one foot. This kind of walking can often be seen in parks, where elderly people take strolls. Simple walking with low intensity (heart rate is usually 80 beats per minute or slower) doesn’t have any noticeable training or wellness effect. However, we won’t forget the well-known principle: “To stand is better than to lie, and to walk is better than to stand. If you can’t walk, crawl, but move anyways!” Continue Reading
This is the Part 1 of the Wellness Walking article series.
Walking is a very useful activity for weight loss and total wellness. It has many benefits and can greatly improve your health. Firstly, it’s awesome for weight loss – even more awesome than running (and you’ll see why). It’s an amazing fat-burner which can help you shed many pounds.
Secondly, it’s really great for your heart. Walking strengthens it and helps prevent heart diseases. Aside from the heart, it tones muscles of your whole body and makes them stronger. It improves your overall metabolism, and when metabolism is better, excess weight disappears even faster.
This post is the bonus part of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide.
But this program is the most effective when employed during the second half of Stage 2.
This is my technique for shedding the excessive fat. Are you overweight? Get with the tried and time-tested program and everything will work out just great!
Stunning looks and a slim figure showcasing the state of health of any person. And who does not dream of becoming successful? Continue Reading
This post is the part 15 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
This is the final part (not counting the bonus one). Congratulations and respect to those who’ve already completed the program! Now you’ve definitely got rid of all your excessive fat and achieved the body of your dreams! The body that looks like a Hollywood star’s figure! And even if you think the result is not so perfect, you’re all winners anyway! You’ve managed to go through this long and sometimes difficult weight loss journey, discipline yourself and overcome your desires. It’s really respect-worthy! You’re truly a determined and strong-willed person, so you surely can reach all your goals in life and make even the craziest of your dreams come true! Continue Reading
This post is the part 14 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
There is a great variety of programs, applications and gadgets for health and fitness. I would break them into the following categories:
- online services. My selection is MyFitnessPal.com
- smartphone applications. My choice is My Fitness Pal and Garming Connect
- individual gadgets. My preference is Garmin Vivoactive sports smartwatch and iPhone 6
You are welcome to choose any applications and gadgets you may like. I would like to share with you what I use on a daily basis. Continue Reading
This post is the part 13 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
Sport nutrition and supplements involved in my system
Whey Protein Isolate (WPI)
It is often called the “fast” protein which refers to the high speed of its digestion. The primary purpose of this product is to be an alternate source of protein. Its protein content may reach up to 70-90% depending on the brand, the remaining 10-30 % are filled with flavour-enhancing fats and lactose. Continue Reading
This post is the part 12 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
Congratulations! You’ve made it to the third stage. Your determination and willpower are so strong that they can be envied. If you’ve completed the first two stages, the third one won’t be too hard for you. On this stage you finish the program – but don’t think you’re allowed to return to your old habits. Now, your life should be changed forever, and you’ll have to adapt to it. Don’t be scared. If you’re not a weak person (and we’re sure you’re not – because the weak ones just don’t manage to get to this point), you’ll definitely do it! Good luck!
Duration: from twelve to eighteen months. Continue Reading
This post is the part 11 of The Ultimate Weight Loss Guide
On the second weight loss stage, the daily routine changes a bit. This post is dedicated mainly to the food regime and dietic suggestions. What you should eat for breakfast, dinner and supper to make this stage most effective? What is the most optimal menu? Which supplements should you take and when? You’ll find the answers here! Continue Reading