💖💖CELEBRATING A HUGE WIN!!💖💖 This is Dawn! Check out her story!! You only see the outside changes. The inside changes are so much more important! "Before and during!! Love the progress on my journey!! The picture on the left, I was at my wit's end. I was the heaviest that I had ever been. I was so busy taking care of others, I forgot to take care of myself. I had tried multiple weight loss programs over the years with little to no success. I even tried running (BIG suggestion here: no one should run fat!) I was exhausted all of the time. My entire body ached from being on my feet all day. I was borderline diabetic. I slept restlessly when I did sleep.
I found out that I was morbidly obese. I felt helpless to find a way to turn things around. Then, a very good friend of mine (and now my health coach) introduced me to this program. I have lost (never to be found again) over 100 pounds, but more importantly, is all of the health benefits that have come my way! I sleep amazingly through the night. I skip up and down the steps at work (instead of pulling myself up with the rail). My body does not ache. I am now able to shop in stores I wasn’t able to before.
Finding the confidence that I had lost was another added benefit! I have more than enough energy to get me through the day, and have inspired others along their health journey! Becoming a health coach has also been so rewarding. It’s helped me continue on my health journey. It’s one thing to experience your own transformation, but to be able to be a part of someone else’s personal journey is indescribable! Finding this program, this community, and learning the habits of health to keep my weight off has meant the world to me!" It is so great to feel good!! Who wants this for themselves?
Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain?🤸♂️🧬🧠🔬📚📎💕Some forms of exercise may be much more effective than others at bulking up the brain, according to a remarkable new study in rats. For the first time, scientists compared head-to-head the neurological impacts of different types of exercise: 🤸♂️🧬🧠🔬📚📎💕 #running, #weight training and #HIIT high-intensity interval training. The surprising results suggest that going hard may not be the best option for long-term brain health.
Exercitar changes the structure and function of the brain. Studies in animals and people have shown that physical activity generally increases brain volume and can reduce the number and size of age-related holes in the brain’s white and gray matter. 🤸♂️🧬🧠Exercise also, and perhaps most resonantly, augments adult neurogenesis, which is the creation of new brain cells in an already mature brain. In studies with animals, exercise, in the form of running wheels or treadmills, has been found to double or even triple the number of new neurons that appear afterward in the animals’ hippocampus, a key area of the brain for learning and memory, compared to the brains of animals that remain sedentary. Scientists believe that exercise has similar impacts on the human hippocampus.🤸♂️🧬🧠🔬📚📎💕
These past studies of exercise and neurogenesis understandably have focused on distance running. Lab rodents know how to run. But whether other forms of exercise likewise prompt increases in neurogenesis has been unknown and is an issue of increasing interest, given the growing popularity of workouts such as weight training and high-intensity intervals.
So for the new study, which was published this month in the Journal of Physiology, researchers at the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland and other institutions gathered a large group of adult male rats. The researchers injected the rats with a substance that marks new brain cells and ... 📚📎 @newyorkermag ❤️
♦️Squats: 3x6x205 ♦️Bench (not shown) 3x3x95
Felt a bit tired going into this workout but I’m pretty happy with they way 205 moved😌
Also I noticed I keep posting squats and that’s probably because it’s my favorite lift and I squat 4-5 times a week😂
So many of my clients and even my friends and family say to me “I can’t do it, it takes too much time, I don’t know what to eat and I can’t be healthy all the time”
Now I totally get that meal prep and exercise sessions take time and for a lot of people time isn’t in abundance when you have a full time job and a partner and/or family. And I also understand that not knowing what to eat is frustrating. With all this dietary advice circulating social media it’s complicated to navigate it all but all I can suggest is see a professional or borrow some tips of others so you don’t do all the heavy lifting (that’s what I do). But here’s where I can help, you don’t have to be healthy ALL the time. It’s better to use the 80/20 rule. 80% of the time your healthy and kicking goals and 20% of the time you can let your hair down and have that cheeky choccy. Add in a few weight training session throughout your week, recommended at least 2-3 and you’ll notice small changes start to occur. So please, when you feel like it’s getting all to hard just take a step back, gets some tips from some friends, do a workout and know that the 80/20 is a pathway you can take. Healthy may be confusing at times and does need a bit of hard work but it’s achievable and it’s worth it!! #exercisephysiology#selfcare#healthandfitness#weight#exercise#diet#food#nutrition
oh ya know, just getting back into the swing of frequent training .. happy Monday!
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