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DON'T EAT BEFORE BED
Posted 02. Nov 2012 @ 12.00 am

When you go to sleep your metabolism slows right down. If you eat before bed (especially carbohydrates) there's a good chance that your body will not burn the energy and you will store it as fat. Try not to eat and carbs for at least 2-3 hours before bed. A protein shake is ok before bed because your body will not store it as fat.

OMEGA 3
Posted 30. Oct 2012 @ 12.00 am

Omega 3 are scientifically proven to reduce the risk of:




  • High blood pressure

  • Heart disease

  • Stroke

  • Diabetes

  • High cholesterol

  • Osteoporosis

  • Depression

  • bipolar depression

  • Schizophrenia

  • Attention deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Anorexia nervosa

  • Burns

  • Skin disorders

  • Inflammatory bowel disorders

  • Asthma

  • Macular Degeneration

  • Menstrual pain

  • And several forms of cancer


BE ORGANISED WITH YOUR TRAINING
Posted 28. Oct 2012 @ 12.00 am

Be organized. Which muscle (group) would you like to train today or tomorrow? It's smart to plan when you train all the muscle groups of your body for the week. That way you will be sure to hit all of them, and not skip/forget any of them. This way you can also think of the exercises you would like to do today or tomorrow for that specific muscle (group).


You get to really concentrate on that specific muscle (group) for the training session and you will work your entire body well, as you concentrate on all your muscles separately in all your training sessions. Train every muscle (group) once a week.

EAT GREENS
Posted 25. Oct 2012 @ 12.00 am

Green leafy vegetables are loaded with nutrients but not calories. As an added bonus they help keep your body functioning at an optimal level by helping to maintain your systems acid/base balance. Try to have green vegetables at every main meal while dieting.

EAT VOLUMNS
Posted 24. Oct 2012 @ 12.00 am

Eating foods that are high in volume but not calories (nutrient dense not calorie dense) will keep you full but not fat. Cabbage, spinach, lettuce, and broccoli are great foods that you can eat lots of without getting a lot of calories. Egg whites expand a lot if you beat them long enough (just don't make meringue) and make you feel like you are eating a lot more calories than you are.

JANUARY
DECEMBER
 ALCOHOL
 FISH OIL
 CAFFEINE
NOVEMBER
 OMEGA 3
OCTOBER
 FOCUS
SEPTEMBER
 CARDIO
 CARDIO