7 Things Japan Can Teach You About Living A Long, Healthy Life
Just Checking In…
Sorry I haven’t posted in some time, life has been kinda crazy the past few months. So enough about me..How are you all doing, any success stories you would like to share. Remember even those little goals you accomplish are also success stories. So think about all the goals you have set for yourself. How many have you reached? Or How close have you come at reaching your goal? Let’s stir up some inspiration, leave a comment of inspiration on your success… No matter how small you think it may be, It might just be what another needs to hear… Okay well I look forward to hearing all about your accomplishments… I will be posting some other success stories as well..
Dancing Truck Driver Loses Over 100 Pounds
Dancing Truck Driver Loses Over 100 Pounds.Meet Big John Drury, a 43-year-old truck driver who has lost over 100 pounds through dancing. In 2011, the 400 lb Big John found himself having health problems after years of hard 70-hour work weeks driving trucks and eating greasy fast food on the road. But then, John discovered Zumba and eating right. Now he’s a svelte 290 lbs, and teaches his own weight loss dance classes! Check him out… http://screen.yahoo.com/dancing-truck-driver-loses-over-224015505.html
- Truck driver dances off 97 pounds (cnn.com)
- ‘Losing 20 stone changed our marriage’ Slimming World’s Couple of the Year 2013 shed pounds and rekindle their romance (dailymail.co.uk)
- First 5lb Goal Reached (fidoalmighty.com)
- “Losing Weight is Hard, Maintaining Weight is Hard, Staying FAT is Hard….Choose Your Hard” (candicerose5388.wordpress.com)
- Big Johns Dance Fitness (ireport.cnn.com)
- Lose your weight and have fun by joining Zumba Charlotte dance regimes (bestdanceacademy.wordpress.com)
Sorry I haven’t posted much lately,I been pretty busy so I thought I would give you all a little treat here is one of the many Ebooks I was given recently. I thought you all might like to check it out feel free to download a copy for yourself as my gift to you. I have a lot going on right now but I will try to post again soon. To get to this e-book just click the link below, after you click on the link it will come up again so you will have to click the link again and it will bring up the Ebook. I just tried it myself to make sure it was working hope you enjoy these yummy treats. Lighten Up 20 Tasty Healthy Recipes for the New Year from Mr Food
- New recipes from around the web (gracegothealthy.com)
- Share Healthy Recipes to Jump Start 2013! (buncee.wordpress.com)
- Pizza You Can Feel Good About Eating (wholefoodsmarket.com)
- 9 Tasty and Healthy Snacks and Meals for the Super Bowl (washingtonian.com)
- A new twist on 2 old favorites… (trailmixdiaries.wordpress.com)
- January has been a tasty month (wisinfo.biz)
Reblogged:from Huffington Post Thanksgiving Calories:How Much Exercise It Takes To Burn Off That Feast
In fact, the average Thanksgiving mealclocks in around 3,000 calories, more than the estimated 1,600 to 2,400 that women need and 2,000 to 3,000 that men need in an entire day, according to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Yes, Thanksgiving is a once-a-year celebration; we trust you’re not stuffing yourself with green bean casserole on a regular basis. But we also know that the average person gains about a pound during the holiday season — and doesn’t lose it over the course of the rest of the year.
There are a couple of things you can do to combat the holiday-season bulge. Keep portion sizes in check (this handy visual guide can help) and try some healthy Thanksgiving substitutions, like eating white turkey meat instead of dark, or pumpkin pie instead of pecan, suggests the American Council on Exercise. Stick to your regular exercise routine as much as possible during these hectic holiday weeks, or maybe even try signing up for a local Turkey Trot to make sure you fit in some exercise on the busy day.
In the meantime, let’s put that 3,000 number in perspective: In the slide show below, you’ll find 12 ways a 150-pound person could burn off that Thanksgiving feast, like 13 hours of walking or 17 of yoga. Keep in mind your personal calorie burn will vary with intensity, body composition and weight — and please don’t try these at home!
- Turkey Trot, Parade Kick Off Thanksgiving 2012 (detroit.cbslocal.com)
- Thanksgiving Traditions (fitnessandfrozengrapes.com)
- You’ll Eat About 2,500 Calories At Thanksgiving Dinner (mix1051.cbslocal.com)
- 4 Ways to Work Off Your Thanksgiving Feast (sierraclub.typepad.com)
- Gobble 101: A Guide to Thanksgiving (1033ampradio.cbslocal.com)
- Eating: A Strategic Guide (deadspin.com)