Pilgaard Morrison posted an update 4 months, 1 week ago
Body strengthening: Initially, you can start with slow songs to get used to dancing. Later on you can switch to fast songs before moving on to rigorous songs. With dancing you will be amazed to see quick results with your body getting into right shape. Dancing is also known to reduce
Okay, so now you know why you need to build your lower body strength. but don’t do it the wrong way! Specifically, stay far away from Smith machines and Nautilus machines for hamstring curls and leg extensions.
When you start journaling you might be surprised to find how quickly calories can add up in your diet. For example, fancy espresso drinks are a common staple in busy women’s diets, and they can add a couple hundred calories, or more, to your plate. That piece of cheese on your sandwich adds about an extra 100 calories to your meal. With a just a few tweaks to your diet, you can easily cut out those 500 calories.
Every little bit counts, and adding even a little bit of exercise to your day can bring you all kinds of benefits. These include greater efficiency of your heart and lungs and more muscle strength. You will find that your cholesterol levels will lower, and so will your blood pressure. You may even lose a little weight, even with a very modest exercise program. Even though you won’t be able to see it right away, you will have the knowledge that every little bit of exercise you add to your day reduces your risks of major illnesses like heart disease and diabetes.
So, we have to create enough reasons for ourselves to change. What is extremely powerful is to think of how would this limiting belief, how has it caused us in our lives and how will it continue to cause us in the future. Remember again, we are all driven by emotions, and not by logic.
But even if it is the fad these days, only a few actually adhere to a healthy lifestyle. Most people will still eat junk and will still fill their plates with fats and carbohydrates. Most would still rather sit on the couch and watch TV than work out at the gym or do some jogging. Old habits, after all, die hard. But starting a healthy lifestyle is not really as impossible as you think it is. In fact, with commitment and discipline, you can actually start walking the road to health and fitness. It will be hard but just imagine the rewards that you will get in return.
We are the ones who set up our personal rules and we are also the ones who can changes them. Personal rules are beliefs, not facts. They may be guidelines by which we steer the path of our lives but they are not manifestly ordained.