New Orleans fitness trainers
People exercise to look better, feel better and be healthier with much of the emphasis on looking better. Many stop when they are not able to magically transform the way their body looks. Their expectations for changing how they look are unrealistic. Flashy fitness ads and promises of suspect exercise devices reinforce these unrealistic expectations.
I suppose it depends on how you define best and worst. I like some of these sandwiches very much. In terms of calories and saturated fats, the 10 Worst Sandwiches in America according to Men’s Health:
#10: Cosi Steak TBM (Tomatoes, Basil, Mozzarella) 829 calories
#9: Arby's Ultimate BLT Market Fresh Sandwich 880 calories
#8: Jimmy John's Italian Night Club 951 calories
When the body is exposed to more of a stimulus that it is equipped to handle the body will makes a positive adaptation as a form of self-protection. That change will occur if the body has the capacity to change plus the needed time and resources to recover. The changes will continue to occur if the body is faced with new challenges.
Strength training helps you burn calories four ways:
Part of the hiring process for potential trainers at New Orleans Fitness Trainers at Austin Personal Trainers is to go through several workouts to see what is involved with the job. If they are enthusiastic about the workout they often turn out to be good trainers. Marylou is one such trainer. I once asked her, “At one point did you decide this is what you wanted to do? She replied, “After the second exercise”.
The six commonly recognized factors of fitness are:
· Stronger bones
· Cardiovascular efficiency
· Muscular size, strength, and endurance
· Resistance to injury
You have options for improving each of those factors:
1. You can opt to concentrate on one or two of the factors that you enjoy or that is particularly beneficial to your sport or active and ignore that other factors. You'll not attain as high a level of overall fitness.
It is time for New Years’ resolutions. Every year we have great expectations of improvement in our well-being, but few achieve those improvements. Here is the story of one man who did make significant changes:
Marcus was 72 years old. He could play nine holes but lacked the stamina to pay eighteen holes. He was slowing down; he could no longer play every day. He began strength training at New Orleans Ultimate Fitness Trainers (our other location - Personal Trainers Austin). He strength trained for about 30 minutes once a week for a year.
A year older one would expect a 73 year old to be doing less not more. That was not the case for Marcus. He would play 18 holes of golf, and the next day he would play 18 holes again. He was hitting the ball farther and enjoying golf again. Marcus had added quality years to his life, and it took just 30 minutes a week.
Marcus had increased strength, stamina, flexibility, and very importantly added protection from injury. He was playing hell of a lot more golf creating a virtuous cycle of increasing well-being.
From this BBC News article, 'Arthritis risk' for middle-aged exercise addicts: