and the generally accelerating pace of life, many of us feel that our fuel tanks easily run low.Thankfully, we runners do better than most. Experts say that our running gives us better health and more energy than people who don’t exercise. “If exercise could
300 calories a day for the average woman.Simplicity rules: Commitments such as weight training don't require an elaborate programme at a health club or lots of high-tech equipment. Simple, light dumbbells can be employed in a 10-minute routine at home
kcal), or a pre-work Danish pastry (400kcal).Try new foods: If you have any special food needs, or are simply looking for new and lower-calorie alternatives, check out a local health food shop. People who are lactose intolerant can substitute soymilk
. That translates to burning an extra 300 calories a day for the average woman.Simplicity rules: Commitments such as weight training don’t require an elaborate programme at a health club or lots of high-tech equipment. Simple, light dumbbells can be employed in a 10
Every day this week, we're looking a short number of ways to get back to your ideal weight. We're covering simple changes to your running; everyday exercise tweaks; and loads of realistic eating rules that you can live by. Simple Ways To Count Your CaloriesStart a food diary: Ma...
will energise you on even the most stressful days. Why Weight?Discussions about weight loss are fraught with danger. On the one hand, obesity, heart disease and general dietary irresponsibility are on the rise; on the other, the idea that weight loss is the be
to the programme and the goal is improved running. But it combines the main principles of cross-training, good health, time management and stress reduction as well. Which is precisely why it works.Feel free to adapt the programme to your own needs. Some of us need
battling against traffic to make it into work on time. And worse still, 44-year-old Buzzard was gaining a few unwanted pounds every year. So to reduce his stress level and improve his health, he started running. And it was practically a magical experience
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