Top 5 Awesome Reasons to Lift Weights

Here are 5 Awesome reasons to get lifting for your next workout!

Pumping iron,Geeting your flex on you see no matter what you call it, extensive research suggests that strength training is important for boosting the overall health and well-being of people of all ages and fitness levels.

The health benefits far outweigh any qualms you might have about picking up those weights for the first time.Not convinced ?

 

1.Stronger Bones

With regular strength training , you actually improve the health and strength of your bones by improving or maintaining (depending on your age) your bone density. Lifting weights has even been shown to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and related fractures how cool is that .

2. Reduce risk of diabetes (and improve your quality of life if you have diabetes). 

Strength training when I suggest done at around 2 or 3 times a week and at a moderate intensity helps prevent diabetes in a number of ways.

First and foremost,...

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Your Missing the most important piece of the puzzle !

Chances are you have tried a few things when it comes to weight loss !

I will make this stupid simple for you !

If you're serious about trading "fat" for "fit," here's how to eliminate one of the biggest roadblocks to your success. Forget About "Will Power." It's Worse Than Useless!

Just imagine for a moment what would happen in your life if all of your motivations--both conscious and unconscious--were aligned toward your success.

 Now it would be just as hard to fail as it once was to succeed! Sounds almost too good to be true, doesn't it? But hundreds of my clients have already done it.

In fact, people that have been working with me over 12 weeks (Both online and face to face) are now experiencing the kind of success they'd once only dreamed about.

 

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STOP jumping on the scales

The all or nothing approach ain't working !

One reason people are failing to control their weight is because of all-or-none thinking, i. e, "I can't eat ANY pizza EVER again!" or, "I have to follow my diet 100% or not at all.

"In my experience, all or none thinking is one of the biggest causes of diet failure. It's far better from a psychological perspective to eat your pizza; simply enjoy it infrequently and in small quantities.

Think of you on a diet like a pressure cooker on a burner. The longer you keep that pot on the heat, the more the steam pressure builds up inside. If there's no outlet or release valve on that thing, eventually the pressure builds up so much that even if it's made of steel and the lid is bolted down, she's gonna blow, sooner or later.

Well, in the beginning, you might think your willpower is made of steel and that you're bolted tighter than a submarine hatch, but the longer you're on a diet with no relief, the greater the pressure builds up until YOU blow...

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TIME TOO FLIP THE “REWARD VS. PUNISHMENT”

Food is not a reward and Exercise is not punishment!

Think about how many times you’ve said, “I’ve been so good this week, I deserve a treat.” or “I’ve completely gorged myself today. "

When you think about it like that, no wonder most people are on the sea saw and merri go round of healthy eating and exercise and often have a tough time sticking with either.

"When people learn to get away from this learned mindset, and treat both food and exercise as ways to fuel and care for their bodies, they are more likely to find mind and body balance,”

1.FIND NEW REWARDS

"When you hear yourself say, ‘I deserve a reward,’ make the reward fit the action,” . “So, if you worked hard all day, it’s likely that, what will truly be rewarding, is a mini break. "Have some ideas on-hand and ready to go.

Spend a few minutes brainstorming five things that you find soothing to your body, five things that can give you a minibreak...

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