Before and After Pics

Well, the eDiets.com commercial has been out in select markets, but I have yet to see it yet.  I’ve heard from friends that it ROCKS, so I’ll have to take their word on it.  :)

BUT…and that is a HUGE but…I just saw some of my photo shoot pictures on the website…www.eDiets.com!  Yay!

Here’s are “Before and After” Pictures:

Check it out!

http://www.ediets.com/diet-success-story/profiles/?name=christina

http://www.ediets.com/diet-success-story/

Photo Journal is complete!

He who sits the most, Dies the soonest!

A study of more than 200,000 Australians adds to the growing body of evidence that people who sit the most die the soonest.

According to ‘the Atlantic’, people who sat more than 11 hours per day had a 40% higher risk of dying in the next three years than people who sat less than four hours a day.  (This was after adjusting for factors such as age, weight, physical activity and general health status, all of which affect the death risk).

The results are part of the Sax Institute’s 45 and Up Study, the largest ongoing study of healthy aging in the Southern Hemisphere. It compared the self-reported daily sitting time of 222,497 Australian adults 45 years or older with their likelihood of death in the next three years.

An accompanying editorial suggests that the evidence is now strong enough that doctors should prescribe reduced sitting time to their patients. But there’s no reason that people can’t be proactive and write their own prescription here.

It’s been estimated that the average adult spends 90% of their leisure time sitting. So there’s plenty of room for improvement!!!

Great Article about Fruit & Sugar

http://greatist.com/health/sugar-wise-how-fruits-stack-up-031412/# 

Check it out!

Insanity Day 10 & 11

Day 10 & 11 – completed!  And what a workout it was…I literally workout myself right out of my sneakers!  I busted the inside & outside of each sneaker along the seams, on BOTH shoes!  I think Shaun T. would be proud :)

Although I am a bit sad that I can’t workout again until next weekend (1 – because I’m on a roll, and 2-because it’s so hard to get back into it when you take more than a few days off between workouts), I guess it is a good thing so I can go find myself a new pair of shoes! As my coach said, I guess I have made it to the “workout addiction” stage.  Hooray!

 

Ooohhh…workout advice!

This probably would have helped if I read it BEFORE my workout – but it’s pretty good stuff – check it out:

According to the ‘Greatist Daily’ – working out isn’t easy, but there are EASIER ways to get through a tough workout.

  1. SWITCH IT UP – with some circuit training to prevent boredom.  (Check!)
  2. Go from dreadmill to treadmill by RUNNING INTERVALS instead of slow and steady miles.
  3. Enlist a personal trainer or gym buddy to challenge you to work harder.  (Or start a blog and be forced to keep working out because you said you would and people are counting on you either fail or NOT fail.  Regardless, people are watching!)
  4. Work on form, especially when running, to get those feet moving with ease.
  5. Monitor heart rate & pace to serve as a distraction and motivate you to keep going.  (Or just do what I do and workout until you feel dizzy, take a break, and start again.)  ;-)

Insanity Day 9

Although still sick, probably too sick to workout, I did anyways.  I keep looking at the square on my workout calendar that read “Pure Cardio” and dreading it so I thought I’d suck it up and get it over with.  So glad I did.  At least I have three more workouts in-between this Pure Cardio and the next one which is oh-so-wonderfully paired with a SECOND DVD called Cardio Abs.  So, if I don’t pass out, cry, puke, or die from the first ridiculous strenuous workout, then there’s a SECOND one to finish me off!  Ahhh…can’t wait! ;)

New Rules of Stretching

courtesy of Men’s Health

http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/stretching-exercises

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