Well that drunk feeling from that beastly miagraine has slow subsided...
I am so thankful its Friday...
We are going Mattress shopping this weekend YAY.. and we have to go find a birthday day gift for Steve's Grandson he is the BIG 2 .. we are also making the Farmer's Markets round this weekend too.. Gonna go on a fruit hunt and might be do some Peach or blueberry picking as well...
HE IS STILL AROUND
KNOW YOUR DOSHA
DON'T YA JUST LOVE WEIGHT LOSS TIPS
LAST WEEK: 183.8
THIS WEEK: 183 I am randomly picking this weight I could not get the scale to weigh me a consistant weight.. I went from 183 all the way to 185.5 .. and then I kept getting EE for error.. so go figure.. I have had that friggin scale for about 10 years.. . maybe its time for a new scale... in fact my sweet husband said go to Bed Bath and Beyond and get a new scale with one of our wedding gift cards he thinks the battery in this scale might be shot since once it gives you a weight it shuts off barely letting you see the numbers lol.. that should have been a sign to me lol.. anyhow .. we still have about 10 gift cards left from the wedding we have not used yet..
A no-experience-needed routine to zap calories, get strong, and boost health
By Chris Freytag , Fitness expert Chris Freytag is the author of Shortcuts to Big Weight Loss and Move to Lose. Read her blog for more healthy living tips, or check out her Prevention fitness DVDs. EXCERPT FROM ARTICLE
1. Go slow and steady ~ Surprise: Panting and wheezing reduces your odds of success. An Iowa State University study found that overweight women enjoyed walking more at a pace they chose than when researchers bumped up the intensity even 10% over that speed. Pick a level that feels good and you'll be more likely to exercise regularly.
2. Keep it low impact ~Less stress on joints helps to avoid injuries, especially if you have a lot of weight to lose. Try walking--it's easy, affordable, and great for your heart and waistline. Swimming, cycling, and elliptical training are also good joint-friendly options.
3. Inch up ~Gradually Start with 10 minutes 3 or 4 days a week, then increase your time by 5 minutes each week until you're clocking at least 30 minutes per session.
4. Listen to your body ~Fatigue, burning in your muscles, and slight breathlessness are normal. But gasping for air, dizziness, fainting, nausea, and sharp or shooting pain are signals to stop exercising and check with your doctor. To make over your body, remember the story of the tortoise and the hare. Baby steps work!
Chris Freytag is a board member of the American Council on Exercise, the star of many Prevention Fitness Systems DVDs, and author of Prevention's Shortcuts to Big Weight Loss (chrisfreytag.com).
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