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In the health and fitness industry New Year's Day is the start of the “New You” year for so many. Resolutions are good, like some intentions. But, that is all they are. They are not actions yet.
Do yourself a favor this holiday season and budget for a health and fitness investment and gift for yourself. After all, what price do you put on your health?
What do you spend on incidentals versus your health and fitness?
That wonderful time of the year when we loosen the belt and get ready for some great eatin'! Unfortunately, the wonderful comfort foods that bring back nostalgia can also lead to unwanted pounds.
Here are some tips to help stay away from unwanted weight gain.
Think of the exercise session as the time you spend with an architect drafting blue prints for your dream house. The adaptations to the exercise actually happen at rest, after the workout.
According to a 2010 study by the NIH, the average person permanently gains about a pound of fat each year between early October and late February, with just under 10% gaining 5 pounds or more.
As with most things, quality is better than quantity. The quality of the food has more to do with nutrient content, both variety and density of nutrients, than with calories.
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