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By Paige Waehner
When it comes to exercise, do you ever cheat just a little? It's something we all may do at one point or another, maybe without even realizing it.
Cheating can involve any number of things - Mindlessly going through a workout without paying attention, not lifting enough weight to really challenge you, never breaking a sweat or even just doing the same workouts day after day without a single change.
Sometimes a cheat here or there is fine, but if you do these kinds of things all the time, you really are cheating yourself out of something critical for fitness and weight loss: Getting the absolute most out of your exercise time.
It's not just about burning calories, it's about knowing your body's limits so that you can challenge those limits.
So, how can you become a better exerciser? Here are 5 hacks to keep you on the straight and narrow.
12 Healthy Foods That Help You Burn Fat
Boosting your metabolic rate can help you lose body fat.
However, most “fat-burning” supplements on the market are either unsafe, ineffective or both.
Fortunately, several natural foods and beverages have been shown to increase your metabolism and promote fat loss.
Here are 12 healthy foods that help you burn fat.
Late last year I bought a $6 latte (since when did coffee get so freakin’ expensive?) from a hipster hangout, where I went to feel cool and write. When I went to take a sip after finishing a satisfying sentence, I was surprised to discover that I’d already finished it.
During a soccer game early last year, Tiffany Lin began experiencing a sharp pain in her right knee. Then a freshman at Manhattan’s Beacon School, Lin tried to play through the pain but sought out a doctor when it wouldn’t subside.
The diagnosis? She had Osgood-Schlatter disease, which is the inflammation of the area just below the knee. It mostly occurs during growth spurts and is exacerbated by continuous pounding of the knees that happens during sports such as soccer and running.
Here we go again. Another article advising you on how to live a better life. You’ve heard it all before, right?
Well, this one is a little different. A good friend, Constance gifted me a copy of How to Live a Good Life, by Jonathan Fields. As a self-help book addict, I was ready to dive in, not necessarily expecting to learn anything new.
But I did. Fields simplifies the joy of living into three simple buckets: connection, contribution, and vitality. And what could we possibly value more in this overstimulated, overhyped, over-everything age than the core values of being connected, the joy of giving, and the feeling of being alive?
In my experience, life can be pretty complicated. Although most of us have plenty to manage in our day-to-day lives—jobs, relationships, family, exercise, sleep, you name it—there are really only a few things we truly have control over. I changed my life by identifying these variables and learning how to master them. And I think you can too.
After a very tumultuous childhood, Susie Moore stumbled across a book in a secondhand store, and it changed her life. This book heard her. It understood her. It gave her support, ideas, and endless encouragement for years.
The author became her mentor, my inner coach, and my closest friend. After now having read over 500 self-help books, here's the top five takeaways.
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