mentions in the Myfitnesspal blog
These are exercises that resemble the movement patterns we use in our everyday life,” explains Jeremy Kring, MS, a certified strength and conditioning specialist. “When we use these exercises, they build strength that transfers over into functional strength.
The varied intensity gives you something to focus on, which helps the time go by in a more enjoyable manner and can also increase effort and output, says Jeremy Kring, a certified personal trainer in Middletown, Pennsylvania.
If your runs or walks are feeling monotonous or easy, and you have hiking available in your area, try ruck pack hiking, where you carry a pack with sandbags or weights inside. “Since it isn’t hot yet, spring is the ideal time for this more intensive hiking approach,” explains Jeremy Kring, a certified strength and conditioning specialist. .
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mention on exercise.com
We often eat oversized portions, especially of carbs or starches. I try to balance that out by making vegetables the largest portion or at least equal to the starch portion.
mention on readers digest
Your chair is your worst enemy
“People simply need to stand more during the day. We often have time when we are idle or resting and spend that time sitting while watching TV, playing on our phones, or even working. But simply standing to do these things burns twice the calories.”