Monday, October 19, 2009

Do You Need Supplements

Do You Need Supplements? 


Your body has a genetic need for certain amounts and balances of nutrients in order to function efficiently. Fail to get what your body needs and degenerative disease is almost assured. Meet that need – the requirements of your Metabolic Type® – and you run an excellent chance of staying healthy, trim and energetic for a lifetime.
But, do you really need to take nutritional supplements? Why not just eat a good diet and obtain all you need from your food? This is an important question and deserves special attention. Here's the story:
If the food which is available in today's market indeed provided all the necessary nutrients, it might be possible to use only food to obtain and maintain good health. The sad state of affairs however, is that most of the food that is available today is not of the same quality that it was 1,000 years ago, 100 years ago, or even 50 years ago. like to know more goto www.activebryantsystems.com

Why are we running in parks?

Running and Strength TrainingWhy are we running in parks? We do not need to run, we need to weight train and do cv like walking, but no running. Women do not need it at all, they have less muscle mass than men and more fat than a man. As women get older their bones brake down and they start to loose muscle. So, if you are running, you're wearing them down more, which makes you gain more fat. Men have ten times more testosterone than women, that's why if you are a woman you would benefit from weight training or doing sprints and walking, but no gym classes like body pump. Which is bad as it's too fast and a lot of the time Personal Trainers do not have the time to look at your form, because there is up to 30 people in one class.Therefore...my 5 five top tips are:
1 Do not run
2 Do not do classes
3 DO weight train
3 DO go walking, which is better than running
4 Do not diet
5 Do Yoga and rest

Running and Strength Training

LIGHTING in your home for fitness

LIGHTING london - Use only full-spectrum light bulbs in your home and at work. This is particularly true in winter months. Many people arise while it is still dark outside, in bedrooms with closed windows to keep out the cold (and fresh air), go to work in air-polluted cities to windowless offices with recycled air in heating/air-conditioning systems, only to return home at night, in the dark, to their warm but air-tight homes. In this manner, many people have very little exposure to pure, fresh air and natural sunlight. This lack of fresh air and natural light can only diminish immune efficiency. Lack of sufficient sunlight can have other adverse effects as well. It has been estimated that up to a quarter of the population may suffer from a condition known as SADS, Seasonal Affective Disorder Syndrome. Typically, SADS sufferers become clinically depressed, many suicidal, with the approach of winter.Seasonal symptoms include weight gain, oversleeping, listlessness, social withdrawal, irritability, anxiety and loss of libido. Lack of sufficient natural light disturbs the body's inherent circadian rhythms which depend on the regular sequence of light (day) and darkness (night), resulting in abnormal production of the hormone melatonin and the neuro-transmitter, serotonin. SADS can be resolved with daily exposure to a natural, full-spectrum light source manufactured for that purpose.

THE AIR YOU BREATHE AND YOUR FITNESS

STRONGLY CONSIDER THE QUALITY OF THE AIR YOU BREATHE. To sustain your life, all your body' s innumerable activities of metabolism utilize 4 primary environmental factors: food, light (full-spectrum), pure water and air (oxygen). How important is the air you breathe? . . . Consider that you can live many days without food or water or light, but only a few minutes without oxygen! The pure, oxygen rich clean air breathed by our ancestors for millions of years on our beautiful planet has become a rarity in our modern civilization. The air we breathe now contains literally tens of thousands of man-made chemicals, toxins and pollutants. Exposure to these substances is worsened for many by the nature of their lifestyles -- they spend most of their daylight hours in fresh air starved office buildings and return home to their air tight, fuel efficient houses, loaded with indoor air pollutants from carpets, furniture, chemical cleansers, insecticides, construction materials out-gassing and cigarette smoke to name just a few. This "sick building syndrome" is exacerbated during winter months in the colder parts of the country by cutting down even more on outside air flow, compounded by additional air quality loss through the use of wood stoves, gas furnaces, etc. Yet, the oxygenation of all your body tissues is paramount to good health. Cancer, for example, thrives in an anaerobic (without oxygen) environment. So, in addition to daily exercise and getting plenty of fresh air and breathing properly, evaluate your indoor air quality. If you find it lacking, consider the use of air filter units, ionizers and ozonaters, and the strategic use of house plants. Research has found that 13 common house plants can neutralize most if not all indoor air pollutants. In fact, it's been discovered that since the plants actually thrived on the very chemicals that make humans ill, the more exposure they got, the more efficient they became. Just 15-20 of these wonderful plants will purify an 1800 square foot home. Choose from the following plants: AGLAONEMA treubii - Chinese Evergreen, CHLORPHYTUM comosum Vittatum - Spider or Airplane plants, Dracaena deremensis (Janet Craig), DRACAENA fragens - Cornplant, DRACAENA marginata, Epipremnum aureum (Devil’s Ivy), FICUS benjamina - Weeping Fig, HEDERA helix - Engligh Ivy, Howea forsteriana (Kentia Palm), NEPHROLEPIS ex. Bostoniensis - Boston Fern, ORCHIDACEAE - Orchid, PHILODENDRONS, especially oxycardium - Heart-leaf, PHOENIX roebelenii - Dwarf/Pigmy Date Palm, SYNGONIUM podophyllum - Arrowhead plant, SANSEVIERIA, SCINDAPSUS aureus - Devil's Ivy, including Silver Pothos, Pothos Gold and Pothos Marble Queen, and SPATHIPHYLLUM clevelandii - Peace-lilly, White Flag.WWW.ACTIVEBRYANTSYSTEMS.COM

why are we running in parks?

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Why are we running in parks? 

We do not need to run, we need to weight train and do cv like walking, but no running.   Women do not need it at all, they have less muscle mass than men and more fat than a man.  As women get older their bones brake down and they start to loose muscle.  So, if you are running, you're wearing them down more, which makes you gain more fat.  Men have ten times more testosterone than women,  that's why if you are a woman you would benefit from weight training or doing sprints and walking,  but no gym classes like body pump. Which is bad as it's too fast and a lot of the time Personal Trainers do not have the time to look at your form, because there is up to 30 people in one class. 

Therefore...my 5 five top tips are:
1 Do not run 
2 Do not do classes 
3 DO weight train 
3 DO go walking, which is better than running 
4 Do not diet 
5 Do Yoga and rest

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