We’ve gone over several workouts, but one important factor in your new weight loss and fitness journey is actually the most important factor: food! So from us to you, here is some food for thought… or thoughts on food.
Holidays bring the best meals, parties, and cookies imaginable, but in turn put a kink in your diet and exercise routine. However, it doesn't have to...
You’ve had a wonderful workout on your treadmill or other fitness machine. The exercise has reduced your body’s carbohydrate level. It has broken down your muscle’s protein structures. You have burned your calories and expended needed energy. Suddenly, you find yourself ravenous. Studies show that individuals with low fuel supplies commonly reach for fatty foods...
Everybody wants to have more energy and be in better shape. Exercise and diet are important, but there are ways that you can give your body an extra boost. Let’s look at some smart exercise and diet advice to keep your metabolism running efficiently...
The human body is the only machine that improves with use. Working out on an elliptical or treadmill undoubtedly improves your fitness. Like a car, what you put in your fuel tank determines how well your engine works.
Please read this letter that I just received from one of our customers Ken Brown who bought a Navarre elliptical, and why he thinks it's among the best elliptical machines for losing weight.
It is too easy to believe that losing weight involves drastic changes in one’s lifestyle. This is not the case. These safe ways to lose weight can be accomplished by knowing what to do with the least discomfort...
So we all make these big health and fitness resolutions
every new year. And good for us! It’s great to be motivated and willing to try
to accomplish new goals to build a better lifestyle. All of us over at Yowza do
the same thing.
What I want to address here is what to drink and when to
enhance your workout and make sure that you’ve restored some of the energy lost
post-workout. Whether you are jumping on the treadmill or elliptical for just
an hour a day, or preparing for a marathon, what you put into your body can
either help or hurt you in the long run (no pun intended).