We now have racerback tanks available for $20! Come to the gym and get yourself one.
Now we are just piling on! Vitamin D is important in numerous body processes and recent research from the Emory/Geaorgia Tech Predictive Health Institute has found that lower amounts of vitamin D, even in healthy individuals, is linked with stiffer arteries and inability for blood vessels to relax.
The study just adds to the growing evidence of vitamin D’s critical role in body processes including blood pressure and vascular health. Encouragingly, participants in the study who increased their vitamin D levels saw improvement in both blood pressure and vascular health.
I love to tell people that my job is to maximize their whole health, with weight loss being one of the primary benefits. I know that sounds kind of cheesy, but I assure you, if you can follow some basic guidelines and do your research, then you will have success. For some it comes faster than it does for others, but either way you are doing more for your body than over half the population.
We do things raw, organic, and living, because our bodies are made for that–not the sterile, white, and lifeless food we have come to know. These raw, organic, whole foods are loaded with health benefits.
Exercise isn’t just for the young, exercise isn’t just for those trying to lose weight, and exercise certainly isn’t just for those who compete in athletics. Exercise is important for everyone as it provides synergistic benefits to the body.
We have some highlights for you today from “How To Exercise Without Moving A Muscle -Isometrics For Everyone” by Victor Obeck.
“The word isometric comes from the Greek iso, meaning ‘the same’, and metric, meaning ‘length’. Isometric contraction refers, therefore, to the tightening of a muscle without changing its length.”
If your goal is to lose weight I think it is good to see what the difference is between muscle and fat. In the picture below you can see that 1 pound of body fat is much more bulky and … Continued