CARDIO VS WEIGHT TRAINING: WHICH IS BETTER FOR FAT LOSS?

CARDIO VS WEIGHT TRAINING: WHICH IS BETTER FOR FAT LOSS?

Help Your Body Perform Better and Recover Fast After Workout

Help Your Body Perform Better and Recover Fast After Workout

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Proper nutrition and exercise are the most essential factors to preserve your overall health. Getting adequate nutrition can fuel your exercise and allows it to recover and adapt quickly. Yes, eating the right total amount of calories, protein, fat, and carbs each day before and after exercise will help you to lose fat, build muscle, improve performance, and stay healthy....

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How to Eat Healthy and Stick to It While Dieting?

How to Eat Healthy and Stick to It While Dieting?

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Healthy eating! It’s something everyone knows they should do, but few of you do as consistently as you would like. Yes, everyone loves to eat, but struggle with healthy eating to function properly. You are what you eat, so if you’re unhealthy and ready for dieting, it’s time to change your food habits to craft your healthy look that you...

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Healthy Eating; Delicious Guide for Workout Beginners

Healthy Eating; Delicious Guide for Workout Beginners

Posted by Beth Manche on

Had your first kid and finally came to the realization that it’s time to start taking care of your body? Or, Are you tired and sick of your friends’ self-deprecating jokes on you? Whatever your reason is for wanting to make a change, you’re not alone! Did you know every day, thousands of people make the decision to start eating better...

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Amy's Tips! How to work out your TDEE Total Daily Energy Expenditure

Amy's Tips! How to work out your TDEE Total Daily Energy Expenditure

Posted by Tomi Jurlina on

I like using the Katch Mcardle method to calculate TDEE: Lean Body Mass = (Weight(kg) x (100-(Body Fat)))/100 BMR = 370 + (21.6 x Lean Body Mass(kg) ) Multiply by Physical Activity Level:  1.4 Maintenance/sedentary Light Activity 1.5 Light Moderate 1.7 Moderate 1.8 Heavy 2.1 (1.9 Women) Very heavy 2.3 (2.2 women) High Neat, Active job and training day (intense...

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