Having the motivation to participate regularly in exercise is a huge part of the success in your goals for fitness but there are other variables that MUST be present! Continue reading
We often discuss in the Paula’s Healthy Living community about moderation in life’s choices and how to create a healthier lifestyle while accepting ideas that may be considered ‘outside-the-box’! So, what qualifies any activity we do as aerobic fitness versus just staying busy?
Strength training muscles provides multiple benefits for many age groups and addresses health issues for men and women. It provides metabolism burning opportunities while toning and strengthening muscles. It builds bone density and also helps retain balance and reduce injury as we age. To achieve the most opportunities for these benefits, make sure your training targets all the different muscle zones, even those you don’t love, or understand their importance. Continue reading
Is there one type of aerobic activity that is best? It depends on your goals (fat loss versus endurance conditioning or strength building). The recommendation is to exercise 30-60 minutes a day, at least five days per week to improve fitness and facilitate weight loss. Continue reading
Exercising on a regular basis is an integral aspect if healthy living for a variety of reasons.
Exercise can cut your body fat and alter your bodies composition. This is important to long-term health by keeping health issues, such as obesity, metabolic syndrome, heart disease and digestive ailments, at bay. It’s important to note that exercise alone won’t accomplish your goals if your diet doesn’t reflect the hard work you put into it. Continue reading