Jan 15, 2014
Remember that fat is basically stored energy. Your body converts fat to usable energy for your muscles and other tissues through a series of complex metabolic processes. This causes your fat cells to shrink.
These metabolic activities also generate heat, which helps maintain your body temperature, and waste products. These waste products water and carbon dioxide are excreted in your urine and sweat or exhaled from your lungs.
Jan 9, 2014
There are good carbs and bad carbs. Good carbs would include fruits and whole grains. Bad carbs would include cookies and candy. Carbohydrates is what gives you your main source of energy, and is impossible not to eat. Almost everything we eat has some amount of carbs in it. Carbs are known as sugar and that's the downfall to eating carbs. Most diets don't work. Avoid all those diets you see advertised on tv and in ads.There is only one type of diet that works. That diet I call the 'Whatch what you eat diet." Where you never drink soda, never eat processed foods like tv dinners, don't eat fast-food, cookies, candy, and anything known to have loads of sugar in it. A healthy type of diet would look something like this ...
Oatmeal, a banana, a protein shake,
Yogurt with a piece of fruit,
A sub with whole wheat bread or roll, turkey, lettuce, tomato,
Nuts, fruit, yogurt,
Dinner grilled chicken, broccoli, brown rice.
Music affects concentration in different ways. Scientists have found that the minute silence between musical notes can trigger brain cells and neurons, and also that strong beats in music can cause brain waves to sync with the beat.
Jan 6, 2014
Eat more meat and fats, it will help and if you're not developing muscle where you want it, first of all, you need to make sure youre doing the right exercise, and doing it properly, and also, you need to make sure that youre pushing yourself, if youre not increasing the amount youre lifting, and the # of reps your doing, then you wont see results .Change your diet, or change the time you rest. You can try resting your muscles for 2 days before working on them again. Example would be upper body, lower body, rest, then repeat.
First thing if your going to work out do not bother weighing yourself. Muscle is heavier than fat. your on the right road, to get those rock hard abs you see on TV do planks that is where you get in the up position of a push up and hold that position for as long as you can hold it. Also good are stretching exercises and jogging.