."After setting himself the goal of losing weight, Steve joined a slimming club. He set realistic targets, and above all, made sure that he stuck to them."I found it easier to break up my weight loss aims into more manageable mini-targets. That way you
diet, so it's something I've kept up even after I've hit my target weight." 6. TELL THE TRUTH The first rule about weight loss is to be true to yourself. "If snack foods are your weakness, don't buy them – it really is that simple," says Lorna Gold, a
UAN: Article type:--Knowledge is power, in running as in any other pursuit. The more you know about training, nutrition and health, the better youll be at getting the most from your running, whether that means fitness, weight loss, great race
own.But he still wasn’t where he wanted to be. He couldn’t lose that last 10lbs. It was clear that Keith’s running had been mostly responsible for his weight loss, so I didn’t want to prescribe more of that. Instead, I suggested several new nutritional
Eat This, Not That! is an extremely useful food manual from the editors of Men’s Health and Women’s Health. It analyses restaurant menus and supermarket products in superb detail, so that you’ll come away with a better knowledge of what to eat and when, wherever you happen to be....
lexicon are “I’m trying to watch my weight” and “Does this make me look fat?”The fattest nation in EuropeUnfortunately, a recent report by the EU bestowed upon Britain the honour of the fattest nation in Europe. The information released by the European
At 26 years old, Tom Aikens was the youngest chef ever to earn a Michelin star. But for this veteran of the Virgin London Marathon and the Marathon des Sables, it's not enough for food to merely taste spectacular - it should boost your fitness, too. Here he takes your through six...
Snacking is a national epidemic. Research published in June 2010 suggested that nine out of 10 British adults snack between meals and half do so daily. Curbing your snacking - or at least finding healthy alternatives - is crucial to weight-loss
and interval workouts. Begin with a 20-minute run and gradually build up to 40 minutes. Then start this plan.You've got...20 minutesYou should: Run hill repeatsThe strength required to run on inclines builds calorie-hungry muscle as much as hitting the weights
Triathletes tend to eat healthily, but some of you may find that you can't shed those final couple of kilos that keep you from your goal weight. They're typically the toughest to lose because you've already adopted healthy eating habits
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