Body weight alone is not a clear indicator of health or fitness because it does not distinguish how many pounds are fat and how many are muscle. But body composition helps describe the amount (and distribution) of fat and lean muscle tissue in the bo... Read more
Some people can measure their weight loss by the way they feel and look: firmer thighs, a smaller waist, jiggle-free arms. But then there are the number-crazy ones who desperately need some kind (any kind!) of concrete proof that all their hard work... Read more
Whether browsing the Internet, surfing through 500 channels, or flipping through your favorite magazine (or tabloid), you’ll find them everywhere: weight loss supplements that offer quick and easy solutions to shedding unwanted pounds. Simply p... Read more
Recently Lori, a client of mine, called me angry, upset and discouraged. She had just returned from her yearly physical, which she had been eagerly anticipating. Though she hadn't reached her weight-loss goal, Lori had made many lifestyle c... Read more
Why do you exercise? Whether you want to increase your energy, reduce your health risks, or lose some unwanted pounds, do you ever wonder if all that working out is working for you? That's where fitness assessments come in, and they can be great... Read more
I am about to start Jillian Michaels body revolution on Monday and I am a bit confused. I plan on following the meal plan, which is 1200 calories a day...but with the workouts, should I eat back my exercise calories?
I've lost... Read more
Used to use Body Media. Very accurate, easy to use. Didnt like how I had to wear it on upper arm. Heard people using fitbit. Just bought the fb. flex Not liking don't feel its very accurate. Seem to track steps with arm movement. Any thoughts?... Read more
Hey all so I've been trying to strengthen my body and lose weight as well. I have been on a strict work out routine, at least four days a week cardio for three and alternating which muscle groups I exercise each day. Each work out is minimum forty mi... Read more
For the better part of the year my goal has been to lower my body fat percentage. I started at 32% and Iím still 32%. My goal is to get to 29%. Iím at a healthy weight for my height. I get a physical every year and all systems are normal. Iím loo... Read more
Pay attention to your body and how you feel. If you feel full after dinner, you don't have to eat the rest of your calories. If you follow a weekly average, today's "buffer" can be tomorrow's "overage" and helps account for "hungry" and "full" day... Read more
I have found the key to weight loss and increasing ones metabolism is eating 5-6 meals a day and limiting the fat, sugar and sodium. Fresh fruit and vegetables is a key factor in living healthy and weight loss.... Read more
This is for every actress/actor or anyone connected to theater out there dealing with the struggles and triumphs of a thankless but wonderful business! It's hard being in a group of perfect bodies!... Read more
Ideally, a healthy body is comprised of about 55-60 percent water, 10-20 percent muscle and lean tissue, 6-8 percent bone minerals and about 18 (men) or 22 (women) percent fat. When fat reserves rise higher than desired and weight loss is indicated,... Read more
I appreciate the positive responses and ďclubĒ name ideas shared by readers of my earlier blog, But What if I Canít Lose Weight. I am starting a new series to provide ideas, topics and suggestions that may help you move forward in your quest for weig... Read more
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