With a big share of Americans overweight, the rise of illness of all kinds, and all the hype about exercise guidelines dictating up to an hour of exercise every day, there is no doubt of a collective overwhelm when individuals recognize they’d now have to find an hour every day to accomplish something they can’t seem to find five minutes for! So how crucial are these guidelines and what may you do to make fit enough exercise into your lifestyle to stay healthy?
Starting or getting back to a workout routine involves more than simply scheduling your exercises and joining a gym. As a matter of fact, it’s totally possible to join a gym and never really go, even as those monthly payments appear on your bank statement. Taking the time to really sit down and make a concrete schedule and plan is the essential first step towards building the body you want.
There are many distractions in life, pulling at us from every angle. And sometimes the ones that scream at us the loudest win, often not to our benefit. As a woman entrepreneur, I witness daily fellow workingwomen in search of financial independence, lose sight of their body. Establishing what is important to you and why […]
Weight loss after 40 requires more than just caloric deficit. The decrease in estrogen as well as lean muscle mass makes it harder too burn fat. Dieting, skipping meals, lack of sleep, stress and inflammation also make you leptin resistant
Statement by the American Associations of Orthopedic Surgeons In the United States alone, 10 million people have osteoporosis, and 18 million more are at risk of developing the disease. Another 34 million Americans are at risk of osteopenia, or low bone mass, which can lead to fractures and other complications. There is a 16% chance […]
STRESS AND DEPRESSION CONTRIBUTE TO OSTEOPOROSIS Osteoporosis is called a “silent killer” or “the silent thief” because there are generally no symptoms or pain. The first time you know about it is when a bone snaps unexpectedly. Osteoporosis means “porous bones” and it is a condition where the skeleton becomes very fragile and the bones […]
STRENGTH TRAINING vs. YOGA or AEROBICS Today we will discuss the difference between strength training, yoga, and aerobics, what is the difference, what to expect from each one and why you need to do strength training even if you are very active in yoga and aerobic activities. Without getting too scientific, what you need to […]
Feminine Body Design is a proven and tested strength training prescription educational coaching system designed for women specifically, that provides sustainable results in achieving their true potential and a pain free life by reconstructing the body from the inside out long term. FEMININE BODY DESIGN TRAINING PRINCIPLES This is an evolutionary approach to stress management […]
Sustainable Fitness For Women Over 40 Part 3 of 3: No Time NO TIME: The ultimate blind spot The information covered in this segment is crucial for women entrepreneurs who have many responsibilities, deadlines, juggling family matters and business obligations. Warning! Because a woman is estrogen based, ignoring her feelings can be hazardous to her […]
Sustainable Fitness for Women Over 40 Part 2 of 3 ~ Fitness Industry is all about Yang, Working out like a male The Women’s Brain: Women have a larger passage between the left and right brain, which allows them to think and feel simsimultaneously, unlike men, (unless he is left handed). A man is more […]
Form and technique matters in women’s strength training Women’s strength training is getting more popular as research continuously praises the benefits of strength training for women’s health. But form and technique does matter. Learn safely with Dr. Fitness USA’s proven Body Design Formula system. The other day, I was at the gym training on my […]
For women’s health and fitness: strength training is far superior “Oh no, strength training is not for me, I only exercise for my health!” I was talking to a friend of mine recently, a health coach, about one of my favorite topics, which is women’s health. I was telling her about all the wonderful benefits […]
Muscle loss syndrome start as early as 30 years old Here are 11 reasons why you absolutely need to engage in muscle building activities: 1. We lose an average of 10% muscle mass per decade after age 30 2. Muscles hold the spine and the body together, allowing you to perform daily tasks, such as […]