Your career is probably one of your greatest stressors. You want to earn more income. You want to receive more recognition for your hard work. You want more of a challenge. You want to be more dedicated. You want to thrive and succeed.
Many clients come to me burned out from working day in and day out. They have low energy and trouble sleeping. They lack passion for life. They are searching for that drive and focus that they used to have.
All of my successful clients shared certain traits. Perhaps the most important trait was trust. They trusted themselves and they trusted me. Their body was screaming for activity and nutrients. Their body craved healthy and vibrant foods. My successful clients trusted their bodyís enough to become a willing participant in their own fitness and health program.
These successful clients trusted me. They knew that my 5 tips to fat loss
was the absolute best, common sense, direct, no fluff route to health. They also know that overall health and fitness leads to a more positive outlook on life. Are you seeing the path to a better career yet?
Start by focusing on you. Get your nutrition and fitness program in gear. Get healthy and centered. This will result in a glowing, radiant, positive attitude. Your life will enhance. Colleagues will notice. Bosses will notice. Your career will improve. Your marriage will improve. Your life will improve!
Follow these 5 tips to fat loss
and watch as your body, attitude and life make dramatic changes.
Eat 5-6 small meals throughout the day. The first meal should be eaten within an hour after waking and each meal thereafter should be 2-3 hours apart. Each meal should contain a protein and a carb.
Sample protein and carb meals include: salad with mandarin oranges and raspberry vinaigrette dressing topped with chicken slices, cottage cheese and blueberries, whole wheat wrap with black bean spread and chicken slices, sweet potato and turkey, oatmeal and egg whites, or veggie medley and tofu.
Drink a cup of water at each meal. Itís also healthy to drink herbal teas or a bit of green/white/red/black teas. Itís best to avoid soda, lemonade, coffee, energy drinks, juices and other processed, high sugar beverages.
Get your rest! Get at least 7-8 hours of sleep per night. Itís also best to take at least 48 hours of rest between strength training the same muscles and taking 1-2 days off from exercising per week.
Resting is not a sign of laziness. It is a sign of a competent and educated exerciser. Overtraining is a serious concern that everyone must be cautious of. Rest your muscles and your mind. Youíll reap more rewards!
Cardio should be done at different intensity levels and different session lengths. Consider doing a low intensity/long session, a high intensity/short session and a few medium intensity/medium length sessions. Always start your cardio routine with a warm up and gradually work into higher intensities.
Look into interval training. Interval training has been very effective at burning fat and it helps diminish the boredom factor.
Strength train each muscle 1-3 times per week. You should lift a proper weight and perform the proper amount of sets/reps for your strength training method. Always focus on lifter a lighter weight when first starting out. Focus on form and posture. As your confidence increases, begin to work with heavier weights.
Women should also lift heavier weights. It is very hard for women to bulk up and gain massive muscle. To be lean and toned, lifting heavier weights is one of the secrets to success.
Combining these 5 fitness and nutrition tips will yield a healthier and happier individual. Whether youíre a model walking down the runway or an accountant sitting behind a desk, the success of your career and your life starts with your health. Become an active participant sooner than later!
Lynn VanDyke is the creator of the wildly popular ebook, Melt the Fat. It comes complete with over 100 exercises, 160 daily menus, 63 ways to stick with it, 100 strength training routines, 800 healthy meal suggestions and loads more. Learn more by visiting: