Female & male chemistry can have an effect on how you are feeling after a workout!
According to common sense and science, physical activity is good for you. With so many studies and opinions about the best type of exercise, it can be confusing. The bottom line is you have to pick what works for you.
It is a common fallacy that soreness after a workout means that you have had a good workout. Some soreness is expected, especially if you haven’t used muscles in a while. But, if you are overly sore and tired after working out, you might need to take it down a notch or even choose a different mode of exercise.
Getting the most out of your life is what you put into it. Yes, sometimes easier said than done! Those who are around me a lot have heard me talk about how it is not too late to get moving and be fitter and healthier. In most cases, it IS a choice. What we do with our bodies – exercise and being active vs sitting around playing video games – and what we put into our bodies – healthy nutrition and knowledge vs poison and negative thinking – have an effect on our quality of life. If you are conscious it is never too late to do SOMETHING positive to have a healthier quality of life.
Like investing in savings for retirement, investing in your health and fitness early is important. But also like financial investing, starting any time is beneficial!
Have you ever felt like you were stuck at the bottom of a pit, thinking how am I going to do this? How will I get myself up and out? If you have never achieved a pull up, or not done one in a long time, you can probably relate to this feeling.
I’m asked by friends, family, and clients why they cannot lose weight when it seems easy for others. The bottom line is that everyone has different body chemistry and different things going on in their lives that affect their health and body composition.
There are so many factors that can cause weight gain – and by weight gain I mean fat gain. I’ve talked about “The 5 ASPECTS of Whole Health™” as described by the National Institute of Whole Health (NIWH). In order to achieve Whole Health, each of these 5 aspects needs care.