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Every celebrity seems to have one. They can cost a fortune. Don't let that put you off. Personal Trainers can help mere mortals get fit and lean too.
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When you’re burning calories, it stands to reason that you’ll feel hungry when you’re done. But why do we feel extra ravenous when that session is over?
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We love an outdoor Hussle. But stay in the sun too long and UV rays will attack your skin. That means wrinkles, age-spots and even skin cancer. Protect yourself
bums and tums - that takes me back! Just had a look at the local timetables and there are still such workouts, so I'll be giving them a go.
I have always delighted in an unread book. E readers are fine, but proper pages just still have that 'something' - and are lower risk for reading in the bath, the ultimate in relaxation!
the student stories look to be true.... my regret is that I didn't take more advantage of the sports available. It was all sold as the team games which aren't my style, but there was so much more. Oh well - making up for it now!
I cringe to remember what I ate at university. I lived on tinned tuna and pasta, and pretty much no other protein or veg. And beer.
I swear by toast at any time to make me feel better. It's what I had after labour. Definitely good comfort food.
Curious how people centuries ago made smoothies if they didn't have blenders.....
I agree - surely it's not that difficult to offer healthy options for exercisers. Are there no healthy vending machines? Also, flat stomachs are most definitely down to diet and exercise combo and I have tried each on their own and the combo tops it.
interested that 'The Martian' was mentioned; I discovered it late but I haven't read such an enthralling page turner in years. Books like that really do take you away from it all. Millions of miles away in this case!
the e-library is an absolute game changer for me, I can load up my ereader with books at any time and they never go overdue, they just disappear! When the kids are past the baby stage we'll be going to the real library, but in the meantime it is the only chance I get to borrow books.
Amber -very true, not helped by the vending machines that seem to be filled with solid sugar! I realise it is difficult for them to provide fresh stuff as it goes off, but it does seem to defeat the overall health message.
Very true that you can't out-exercise a poor food intake. Also very true that few people seem to think this, judging by what I see people eating after their gym sessions.
I agree that reading can be the same as meditation in the way that it stops you thinking about things. But in the same way, escaping into a book enables you to avoid uncomfortable feelings that meditation can help you face. So I wouldn't say it's a good substitute. But good in its own right.
The apple protein smoothie is delicious. But then so is anything with apple and cinnamon. no way would I just make 150ml though - mine are always supersize!
I love reading but have definitely found the internet has sapped my time for reading books. There's always so many things to 'check' and 'research' online. Nothing beats getting into a good book and the satisfaction of finishing something that's complete, rather than a random blog post.
I remember living on supernoodles and adding lots of vegetables to it. I thought I was being very healthy!!
'pot snacks and alcohol' - yep, there's always one who appears to survive on nothing else! (not me, I should add!). There is an urban legend of student scurvy due to this kind of diet.
can I do these too? :-) The no kit ones are particularly good for a spare few minutes.
oh yes, tell me about it with kids and sleep - I'm promised that you can't ever get teenagers out of bed, can't wait!!
My opinion is that personal trainers are just for those people who have too much money to know what to do with. Honestly, do people not have self-motivation. Do yourself a proper schedule and stick to it, ask the gym instructor for help if you're not sure.
Wow, I like that first one with no kit required. It's surprisingly hard, and quick to do for a 2-minute energizer.
I really didn't know you could use raw carrots in a smoothie. Really? Would you need a super-powered blender to do this? If so, great, as I always have carrots in!
Getting enough sleep is tricky when you've got a toddler. I just hope the negative health effects don't last long-term.
I am just glad I have found something to use up the masses of cooked beetroot I have got in the fridge. Sounds unusual, but I am going to give it a go.