Tag Archives: exercise
Many of us allow a number on the scale, to change the game and go back to old eating habits. It’s not an uncommon reaction, but here are some reasons to stick to your game plan. Your scale could be a game changer for you and the CalorieKing Blog will explain why it's not always correct.
Many people debate the best time of day to exercise – is one time or another better for calorie burn? The truth is most sources agree there is no significant data that shows the time of day a person exercises makes a difference in the efficiency calorie burn. The main concern is finding a time that feels right for you and sticking with it. Learn more about when to exercise from the CalorieKing Blog.
One of the best ways to start or continue an exercise program is to make it easy to fit into your day. For this reason five to ten minute works are a great way to improve your fitness. Combining stretching and strength training with your cardio is great for your health. The CalorieKing Blog will give you some tips on quick strength training to get you started.
The CalorieKing Blog would like to give a warm welcome to Wendy Post, a CK Staffer who is passionate about healthy living! She's got fitness on the mind this month and would love to tackle it with you!
On average every 40 seconds someone in the United States suffers from a stroke. Strokes are the fourth leading cause of death and a leading cause of disability in America. Despite the toll it takes on our society many of us don’t know what they are or what the warning signs might be. Let’s get [...]
We may not consider work as a place where we could get fit – it’s nothing but a rat race of meetings and emails right? Your workday may be packed, but finding a way to fit in fitness is not only for the sake of your health, it also helps to make work a more [...]
(Editor’s Note) Our fitness expert Jonathan Ross is out there in the trenches with folks just like you and me looking for workouts that fit our needs and motivate us. Through the eyes of a certified trainer, he takes a look at the latest fitness trends and products to take us past the hype and [...]
We talk a lot about how your diet affects your weight loss. It’s important to remember exercise is also key in weight loss and management. Persons who exercise regularly lose more weight and keep it off longer than non-exercisers. Here are some brief notes to keep in mind: • Exercise also improves general health and [...]
Unrealistic expectations and goals are a one-way ticket to disappointment, frustration, self-doubt and failure. Research shows that setting your weight loss standards too high increases the risk that you may just give up altogether. CalorieKing will help you recognize what is unrealistic and what is reality.
We've seen it all the time on TV – trainers screaming at someone to finish that last minute on the treadmill or in a person’s face picking away at a person’s psychology regarding their fitness level. Because at the end of the show there are radical transformations, we think “Maybe I need that kind of approach to boost my fitness levels.” Have you ever had a drill sergeant style trainer that ended up scaring you out of exercising?