Exercises: Always Get Moving! – Exercise is good for you and should also be fun but there are simple steps you can make to build exercise into your daily lifestyle. For example, if you only have a short journey to work, consider cycling or walking some clays rather than driving or using public transport.
Those who are employed in office jobs and spend all day sitting at a desk are more prone to the development of cellulite due to an overall sluggish circulation, especially in the buttocks and thigh areas. Try to get up every hour or so and have a walk around, even if it’s just a visit to the loo!
How Does Sleeping Help Your Fitness? – Do you know that feeling when you don’t get enough sleep? You may feel like your head is all foggy, which is the opposite of a clear head that is focused. Do you feel like running eight miles or would you rather take a nap? Okay, did a nap just sound yummy to you? Then maybe you didn’t get enough sleep last night!
Everyone has a different internal clock. You may know how many hours you can sleep to get by and how many hours you need to have a really energetic day. This is great knowledge to learn about yourself so you can judge how many hours of sleep your body needs to function at its optimal best.
Trouble Spots On Your Body – Very few people are able to say honestly that they are totally happy with their body. Everyone has at least one gripe – if it is not big feet, it is thin hair or knobbly knees.
All these perceived ‘flaws’ can be improved or disguised, but as anyone who has ever tried (and failed) to move the fat that sits on strategic points such as hips, thighs, stomachs, and buttocks knows, it is much easier to hide the flaws than to tackle them. Trouble spots such as these are notoriously stubborn to shift, but it is possible to alter your outline with a combination of diet and exercise.