Training process requires distinctive attention on time and shift from one activity to another. This is to enable an individual trainee to be able to effectively distribute the time that he or she gives each and every activity that is involved in the training process. In most cases, failure to time oneself effectively results in failure to achieve the desired goals that a given training session has been designed to achieve.
Sleep is one of the most important aspects of a healthy lifestyle, period.
Yet why is it so many people around the world only get less than 6 hours sleep per night on a regular basis? A study in America revealed that 40% of people get less than the recommended amount of sleep. Many get less than 5 hours of quality sleep every night which is just incredible.
There are a number of reasons which may attribute this insane percentage, including but not limited to cellular devices, work stress and the speed at which people are expected to live their lives in this modern world.
Eating healthy has been on the forefront of people’s minds for quite some time. With each passing day, the importance of eating healthy has been engraved into our minds. Everywhere we look, whether it is on the TV or the signboards, we see some form of a message to eat healthy. However, somewhere along the way, the message has been muddled. A few decades ago, saturated fats were deemed to cause heart diseases and other complications. But, new data tells otherwise.
Many people have turned to the Paleo diet and have achieved surprisingly good results. However, there are a number of others who seem to have an endless struggle and minimal results following the Palaeolithic way.
That need not be the case. The transition to Paleo should be as painless as possible and what is more, there should be evidence of progress. The essence of the Paleo diet is to try to mimic the eating habits and foodstuff that our ancestor survived on about 10,000 years ago. We do not have to eat everything the caveman did, but it would be a good idea to develop daily activities that would complement this dietary choice. Here are 44 Paleo tips guaranteed to give results.
If you’re exercising a lot or partaking in high intensity workouts a few times a week, you may find that you, at some point or another, suffer from exercise burnout. I’ve suffered before and it really isn’t a pleasant feeling.
It can be as simple as losing interest in the gym to feeling physically and mentally fatigued. It can also be onset by expecting too much too soon, and when you don’t get to your end goal you feel defeated and deflated.
It’s not uncommon, yet it can be easily avoided. We find in a lot of our clients who experience injury and strain comes from overdoing it at the gym and so learning how to lead a balanced-workout-schedule or investing in a proper recovery programme is paramount to your wellness journey.
We find prevention is better than cure so if you’re looking for ways to avoid the burnout or you’re suffering and need to know how to help yourself, we’ve got some tips for you…
Let’s assume you want to shed some pounds. Which of the following foods would you consume?
A skim-milk latte or any beverage containing whole milk?
A low-calorie breakfast or eggs and steak?
A salad with light dressing or the same dish with lots of butter milk ranch?
Regardless of whether you are a health conscious person or not, the chances are either you are not sure which one to choose or you got it all wrong.
I know it can be difficult deciding which foods are “good” for you and which ones you should avoid.
I can’t definitively write this and tell you that anything is good or bad, but what I can do is go by my own experiences and those of other people who have followed the primal lifestyle.
Today I want to take this time to answer quite a common question amongst people wanting to get started with the paleo lifestyle.
Why aren’t legumes on the paleo menu?
Well I think you will be surprised with my response to this because as with many things in life, there isn’t a “black and white” answer and there is two sides to the coin. Yes i’m sorry to throw a spanner in the works but its true! I also don’t want you to become too rigid with your ways of thinking. Narrow, rigid thinking will only make it harder to stick with a particular lifestyle and paleo certainly has had its critics regarding this.
Is the Paleo Diet Safe?
The Paleo diet is setting the health nerd fitness rebellion on fire and is well known, but what most are unaware of are it’s many health benefits. With the Paleo Diet scaling heights of success and setting new standards on fitness blocks, there have been a lot of write-ups and people coming out from the woodwork to slate its advantages. But with heaps of doubts and confusions skyrocketing, it may just make you think, is it actually safe? Does it work? Well, let’s take a short tour into the details of all the myths and talk that’s doing the rounds and debunk them.
Also termed as primal diet, caveman diet, stone-man diet and hunter-gatherer diet, the Paleo Diet is in trend amidst the health enthusiasts owing to its proven efficacy in aiding weight loss. A diet modelled after the food plate of our ancient old ancestors who survived on meats, nuts, vegetables, fruits and sea-foods. The Paleo diet is known to be loaded with a good balance of fat, proteins and carbohydrates.
Going back to the age old ways of eating would not only lead to several health benefits but would also keep all our ailments and diseases at bay. The Paleo Diet holds out some pretty good reasons as to why you should ditch your present diet and turn to the ‘ancestral way of eating”.
In an age where fitness enthusiasts are more into stationery bikes, treadmill runs and ellipticals; the number of people who solely focus on their efforts of calorie burning around sessions of low-medium intensity cardio is almost on the verge of extinct. Doing cardio or even opting for it is more about posting Instagram feeds than actually trying to benefit from it. Spending hours at the gym might be giving out lean physiques, and an overall body muscle improvement but it is nothing but time consuming and monotonous.
Time is precious and you wouldn’t want to keep hitting the gym for a decade to get into shape. In an age where almost everything is being revamped and remodelled to act fast, why should getting a leaner physique be a long and dreary practice?