Monday, 28 April 2014

How to Stop the Aging Process by Eating Natural Foods

As you get older in life, there are many changes that take place in your body and it is mostly visible on the outside as well. People all over the world spend millions every year in trying to restrict these changes from taking place or trying to cover them up by using artificial means. What they do not realize or fail to accept is the fact that this is a process that is completely natural and that it happens to everyone. Instead of using all the methods that have been invented by man, you can check out some of the foods that fight aging. These are actually very useful and are not harmful in any way.
Relatively easy to follow-
Most people think that it is very difficult to cope with the aging and trying to stop the effects that it has on the human body. But in fact, it is actually a process that is relatively very easy to implement and accept. Using a few simple steps, you can stop this from happening and in some cases you may even be able to reverse the effects to an extent where you start to look many years younger than you really are. Foods that fight aging are now becoming more and more popular all over the world due to the fact that they are indeed highly effective and also so easily available.
Readily available items-
Most of the foods that fight aging can be obtained from your local super market or grocer. One of the major products that can be used for this are beans. There are many different varieties of them and they are all on the top of the list of items that are very good antioxidants. They are very low on cost and are versatile as well. Many different types of dishes can be made using them. Broccoli helps in battling against cancer and also heart disease. Walnuts are very rich in omega 3 fatty acids and can be added to many different preparations.
Main causes of aging-
The way we live today has a lot to do with the way we look as we become older. Smoking, consuming products that are high in fat content, not sleeping regularly, setting sunburned, etc. have an adverse effect on us. Free radicals are produced and they grab oxygen from the cells that are healthy. This is how the cells get damaged and this accelerates the whole process. Foods that fight aging help to replenish the body and bring in the amounts of oxygen that are needed by getting rid of these free radicals. Antioxidants supply the necessary elements that are needed by them, thereby satisfying them and throwing them out of the system.
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Saturday, 12 April 2014

YOUR RUNNING WEIGHT LOSS PLAN: BEGINNER


Inspired by the London Marathon? Follow this plan to unveil a leaner, faster you in just 6 weeks


Haven't run since cross-country at school? No sweat. This women's workout plan, designed by fitness guru Amy Dixon, will help you build from a walk to a run. By the end, you'll be able to run 30 minutes without stopping - and you'll be showing off a rock hard body under your running shorts.
Do all walking and running at an intensity level that feels challenging but comfortable. Feel free to switch the rest day, but make sure you do one day of rest each week. And don't forget to stretch after each workout.


WEEK ONE

Monday: Walk 10 minutes. Next 6 minutes alternate running 1 minute and walking 1 minute. Walk 4 minutes.
Tuesday: Strength training
Wednesday
: Walk 10 minutes.
 Next 8 minutes alternate running 1 minute and walking 1 minute.
 Walk 2 minutes.

Thursday: Abs workout
Friday
: Walk 8 minutes. Next 10 minutes alternate running 1 minute and walking 1 minute.
 Walk 2 minutes.

Saturday
: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Walk 6 minutes.
 Next 12 minutes alternate running 2 minutes and walking 2 minutes.
 Walk 2 minutes.



WEEK TWO

Monday: 
Walk 10 minutes. 
Next 10 minutes alternate running 1 minute and walking 1 minute.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Tuesday: Strength training
Wednesday
: Walk 10 minutes.
 Next 12 minutes alternate running 1 minute and walking 1 minute.
 Walk 3 minutes.

Thursday: Abs workout
Friday
: Walk 10 minutes. Next 12 minutes alternate running 2 minutes and walking 1 minute.
 Walk 3 minutes.

Saturday
: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Walk 8 minutes.
 Next 15 minutes alternate running 2 minutes and walking 1 minute. 
Walk 2 minutes.

WEEK THREE

Monday: 
Walk 10 minutes. Next 10 minutes alternate running for 1 minute and walking for 1 minute.
 Walk 10 minutes.

Tuesday: Strength workout
Wednesday
: Walk 10 minutes.
 Next 15 minutes, alternate running for 1 minute and walking for 1 minute.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Thursday
: Abs workout
Friday:
 Walk 10 minutes.
 Next 15 minutes alternate running 2 minutes with walking 1 minute.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Saturday
: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Next 21 minutes, alternate running for 2 minutes and walking for 1 minute.
 Walk 4 minutes.


WEEK FOUR

Monday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Next 20 minutes alternate running for 3 minutes and walking for 1 minute.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Tuesday: Strength training
Wednesday
: Walk 4 minutes.
 Next 24 minutes, alternate running for 5 minute and walking for 1 minute.
 Walk 2 minutes.

Thursday
: Strength training
Friday: 
Walk 4 minutes.
 Next 24 minutes alternate running 5 minutes with walking 1 minute.
 Walk 2 minutes.

Saturday: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Next 22 minutes, alternate running for 8 minutes and walking for 3 minutes.
 Walk 3 minutes.


WEEK FIVE

Monday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Run 10 minutes.
 Walk 5 minutes.
 Run 5 minutes.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Tuesday
: Strength training
Wednesday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Run 12 minutes.
 Walk 3 minutes.
 Run 5 minutes.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Thursday: Strength training
Friday
: Walk 10 minutes. 
Run 15 minutes.
 Walk 5 minutes.

Saturday: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Walk 6 minutes. 
Run 18 minutes.
 Walk 6 minutes.


WEEK SIX

Monday
: Walk 5 minutes. 
Run 20 minutes. 
Walk 5 minutes.

Tuesday
: Strength training
Wednesday
: Walk 5 minutes.
 Run 22 minutes.
 Walk 3 minutes.

Thursday: Strength training
Friday
: Walk 3 minutes.
 Run 25 minutes.
 Walk 2 minutes.

Saturday
: Rest day. Enjoy it!
Sunday
: Run 30 minutes.

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