What Are Your Reasons to Be More Fit and Healthy?

Many people view health and fitness as a means to lose weight. While exercise and eating right will accomplish that goal, there is more to health than just looking good in the bathroom mirror. Humans are a visual species, but it should be the only motivator. Seeing results is easier than feeling results. However, there are so many reasons to be fit and healthy.

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How to Make Big Weight Loss Goals Seem Less Remote

For those who have incredibly large weight loss goals, such as myself, it can seem overwhelming. A lot of people get a sense of intimidation when they need to lose 100 pounds or more. However, it’s easy to adapt to weight loss goals as long as you don’t focus on the whole. Let me explain.

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How to Challenge Yourself to Get Into Shape…and Succeed

In reality, your strongest opposition to being healthy is yourself. You can make excuses why you can’t exercise, but it all boils down to not having the motivation do get into shape. There’s always something you can do that benefits your life. All you need is a way to challenge yourself.

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Top 5 Reasons Why Cardio Workouts Are Important in Life

Cardio workouts, aka aerobics, do more than just help you burn fat. In fact, doing activity that increases your heart rate does an incredible amount of good for the body. It’s more than just stepping on a scale and not cringing from the results. It’s about keeping yourself alive longer and happier.

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Why Do You Get Angry When You’re Hungry?

How often do you feel “hangry?” This is the slang term for when you haven’t eaten and you feel like you could kick a kitten across the room. Not that you ever would, but it’s the feeling of being angry that accumulates the longer you go without food. Why do you feel this way and will a Snickers really help?

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Why You Should Never Cheat in Health Tracking Apps

A lot of people cheat at games to make themselves feel exceptional. No one likes to lose, and some just cannot handle the thought of being “bad” at something. This is also evident in fitness apps that promote a social element. While cheating may look good on a smartphone, it doesn’t do anything for your health.

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How to Gain Benefits in Fitness By Breaking Personal Records

It can be quite difficult at times to stay motivated for health. I’m not just talking about physical fitness here. You also need to pay attention to the mental side of things. Breaking personal records may deliver far more benefits than just being able to lift a certain amount of weight. Here is why I relish in trying to surpass my own abilities.

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How to Adapt to Anxiety Attacks

Living with anxiety can be quite problematic. However, it doesn’t always have to be viewed as a bad thing. In many cases, it’s related to our “fight or flight” impulse. It’s when you find yourself in an anxious state for long periods of time and quite frequent when it can cause health issues. What can you do when your adrenaline simply won’t stop pumping?

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How to Improve Life By Understanding Your Limitations

One of my favorite sayings is, “A man’s gotta know his limitations.” Although I don’t have a long-barreled .44 Magnum Smith and Wesson to go with the quote, it still rings true. In reality, knowing how far you can push yourself improves a wide range of things in life. Whether it’s career or fitness, knowing this point is beneficial.

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How Fitness and Healthy Eating Are Good for the Environment

A lot of people are jumping on the health and fitness bandwagon. Whether it’s to look good in a bikini or simply to live a longer life, exercise and eating better is becoming more widespread. But did you ever think how it could impact the environment? Yes, being health helps the fitness of Earth as well.

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