Cornerstones of Healthy Diet and Nutrition
Healthy eating is one of the best things you can do to prevent and control health problems. Changing the way, you eat is a good start to a healthier life. It’s critical, however, to ensure that the way you change your diet offers everything you need for your body to thrive.
When it comes to eating healthy, people think of big picture things, such as eating more fruits and veggies, cutting out sugar, and eating smaller portions. There is more to it than that, and if you don’t know what you’re doing, the changes you make could do more harm than good.
Personal Trainers are the perfect tool to help you to achieve a specific goal. Personal Trainer will be able to tailor your training plan to suit you and what you enjoy, as well as encourage you to do the exercises that are best to achieve your goals.
“Nobody cares about you, only what you can do for them.”
Personal Training is a ‘necessary evil’. Nobody really wants a trainer, they want the outcomes of a new body, strength, confidence, etc.
BENEFITS OF PERSONAL TRAINER
Having a Personal Trainer beside you to demonstrate the correct posture and technique is invaluable. A Personal Trainer will ensure clients are performing exercises correctly and efficiently, in order to maximize results. If your form when exercising is not correct, then you are at increased risk of injury as well as not achieving your goals.
A Personal Trainer will not only help you set realistic goals that you will be able to achieve – if you put in the effort, of course – but they will also be able to keep you on track to hit those goals. If your goal is to achieve a ‘bikini body’ for summer, it’s not just about doing 100 crunches a day for a month to work your abs. It’s about altering your diet to eat the correct foods, mixing cardio and weights to work the right muscles, and setting a timeframe in which this can be achieved.
A Personal Trainer is your life coach, nutrition guide and encourager all in one, and without them your fitness goals are that much harder to achieve.
So what are you waiting for?
Fix your Personal Trainer today to achieve your fitness goals.
Sweat is made from the lymphatic fluid. And since the heat in the sauna will make you sweat more, your body can get rid of toxins easily. This is healthy, especially if you do not work out regularly (or at all!) or stay indoors all day long in low temperature conditioned air.
Sweating will also help flush out heavy metals like nickel, mercury, copper, and zinc that are absorbed via the foods you eat. Once your lymphatic system is clear, you will start losing weight by burning the fat effectively.
· You must keep yourself hydrated. Sauna causes too much dehydration, which may inhibit weight loss.
· Sauna increases blood circulation, and it has been found to be beneficial for the heart.
· It helps speed up injury recovery.
· Improves skin health and makes the skin glow.
· It helps flush toxins out of the body.
· Helps you sleep better.
BOOST METABOLIC RATE
The high temperatures in the sauna allow your heart rate to increase by 30%. This, in turn, boosts your metabolic rate by 20%. And once your metabolism is kick-started or accelerated, you tend to burn more calories in a shorter amount of time
HELPS LOOSE WATER WEIGHT
Water weight can contribute up to 5 pounds of your total weight. And it takes about seven days to lose the water weight with a restricted diet and a mixed workout routine. Sauna, on the other hand, will help expel the excess water by inducing heavy sweating. It is extremely helpful in dropping a few pounds in just a day or two.
A sauna can be described as the most relaxing bath. It helps reduce stress and lowers the cortisol levels in the body. Cortisol is the stress hormone that is released when you worry too much or are under mental or physical stress. This leads to an increase in the number of harmful free oxygen radicals and inflammation in the body.
When you relax by taking a bath in the sauna, the cortisol levels drop, and so do inflammation and the harmful free oxygen levels. This reduces the chances of inflammation-induced weight gain.
Sauna helps you burn fat but does nothing about the muscles. To tone the muscles and prevent sagging, you must gradually incorporate strength training into your workout routine. Since sauna will help improve your stamina, cardio or strength training will not cause as much exertion as it would have without the sauna.