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Lose Fat and Tone Up: 10 BEST Strategies

What works?  What doesn’t?

 Lose Fat and Tone Up:  10 BEST StrategiesAs a licensed personal trainer, I’ve witnessed the multitude of myths and fads that run rampant through the fitness and nutrition industries.  We all want a program that takes the least amount of time, yet misses nothing crucial.  There is no five-minute work out, no magic pill, and no single supplement available, that will give you instant results.

Follow these 10 proven strategies:

1.  Weight Train:  Train three times a week, allowing a minimum of twenty-four hours rest, between sessions.  Optimum increases in muscle growth, fat loss, and strength, occur only with complete recovery.  So, rest on your days off.

2.  Length of Session:  If you are able to weight train for more than fifty minutes, you are not pushing yourself hard enough.  Increase your intensity!  You should be at muscle exhaustion, by the fifty-minute mark.

3.  Body Parts:  On DAY ONE, train your biceps and triceps.  On DAY TWO, train your legs and shoulders.  And, on DAY THREE, train your back and chest.   Change up the order every six weeks, or so, to maintain muscle confusion.


Healthy Diet Creates Healthy Skin!

Does a healthy diet create healthy skin?  Mike Adams, The Health Ranger, offers some answers. Diet plays an important role in maintaining the health of the skin. Diet should supply all the nutrients needed to build health, namely, protein, carbohydrates, fats, essential fatty acids and all the essential vitamins and minerals.


Live to Be 100 with Good Nutrition

100thbirthdayballoon Live to Be 100 with Good NutritionWant to live to be 100 and still be mentally sharp and healthy? Writing at NewsMax Health Dr. Russell Blaylock says that it IS entirely possible.

National statistics indicate that the leading causes of death are heart attacks, cancer, and strokes, with death related to normally prescribed pharmaceutical drugs close behind.

Short of death, the major scourges of aging are dementia and a generalized loss of function — failure of vision, hearing loss, severe weakness, and a loss of taste.