Long workouts are the thing of the past. It use to be thought that workouts should be an hour long for you to achieve results. While it’s true you will achieve results in an hour workout, it’s a waste of time when you cant get it done in 20-45 minutes. Intensity is key!
For every 10 degree the knee goes into the valgus you place a 100 percent chance on ACL injury. Make sure the knees are pointed straight or out, not in when doing squats.
Fruit (apples, bananas, grapefruit, pears)
Brown or white rice
Pair these up with a lean protein and you have a healthy breakfast!
Eat to live. Eat according to your goals.
I do these at least once a week now, they are SPRINTS. They are great because they get the heart rate up, sprints get you into fat burning zones. Not only is it cardio but they are also working your muscles. Do this workout:
10 sprints at speed 7.0-10.0 (chose a speed that challenges you) do each sprint for 50 seconds, super set every sprint with a uphill walk at speed 3.0 incline 10.0-15.0. You’ll be sweating!
When you initially hear breakfast, what comes to your mind? Seriously…is it doughnuts? Pancakes? bagels? cereal with milk? Muffins? I’ll be honest with you, 10 years ago that’s what came to my mind, until I began to thoroughly study nutrition and what foods we should be putting in our body’s. So what foods should they be?
High nutrient foods is the answer. Every meal should have a complete protein, a complex carbohydrate and a water. So when you think breakfast for protein you should think, eggs, almonds, nuts, turkey meat, chicken, fish, protein bars and shakes. For complex carbs you should think oatmeal, rice, fruit, quinoa. This is going to help you reach your goals and be healthier.