Fitness & Wellness

Unlimited Motivation - How Do I Find That?

Unlimited Motivation – How Do I Find That?

If you dread going to the gym, finding unlimited motivation can be almost impossible. One of the first things you have to ask yourself is why you started your fitness program in the first place. Was it for health reasons? Focus on your family and how important it is to stay healthy or how good you’ll feel when you reach your goal. Picture yourself at your next doctor’s visit with your blood pressure or blood sugar normal.

Did you want to lose weight so you could look your best?

What made you decide to do it? Were you unhappy with how you looked or just realized how much you gained? Did you overhear a hurtful remark? That often is a driving force, just as a break-up is. In those cases, remember, the best revenge is success. Instead of wasting valuable energy crying over your loss or hating the person who hurt you, pour that unlimited motivation into getting fitter and more attractive. Before you know it, you’ll look great and be able to show off your new body.

Your motivation determines how you measure success.

If you want to lose weight to look better, success may be wearing a smaller size or having a healthy toned body. If your motivation was to get healthier, your measure of success may be lower blood pressure or more endurance climbing stairs. It’s why identifying that reason is so vital to success. Break your goal down into smaller increments you want to accomplish each week. Having immediate success can boost your motivation and keep you coming back for more.

Focus on how good you feel or how strong you’re getting.

Make your time at the gym a special time when you can get away from the hustle and bustle and get some peace. As you workout, focus on each muscle you work on and how good it feels to move it. After your workout, congratulate yourself on how well you did and how good you feel. When you sit down to eat, instead of worrying about the junk food you can’t have, enjoy the healthy food you do have. Chew each bite slowly and savor each bite. The pure joy healthy food brings can be a reward in itself.

  • Keep your weekly goals in front of you. Be determined to accomplish them. Having a smaller achievable weekly goal makes it easier for you to believe that you can do it.
  • Be realistic. No matter how motivated you are, if you’re almost six feet tall and large-boned, you’ll never be petite. Your mission is to create a goal you can believe in if you want unlimited motivation.
  • Remember, every journey starts with the first step. If you don’t feel like going to the gym, just go, but permit yourself to leave early. Once you’re there, you’ll probably stay the entire time.
  • Find a friend that has similar goals. Having a workout buddy can make a big difference. You can supply motivation for each other to go to the gym and cheer for each other’s successes.

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It's Not Too Late To Love Your Body

It’s Not Too Late To Love Your Body

If you think the only way to succeed at getting fit or losing weight is negative self-talk, you’re wrong. That’s the worst thing you can do if you want success. When you hate anything, whether it’s your body or another person, you don’t believe the object of your hate deserves anything. It doesn’t deserve to feel good or look good. You wouldn’t want to take care of a person you hate. That same feeling occurs when you hate your body. To ensure success, you need to love your body and ensure it gets healthy food and life-extending exercise.

Would you want to spend a lot of time with someone that hates you?

If your self-talk is negative, you’re not doing yourself any favors. Think about it. You should be your own best friend. If you don’t like and respect yourself, why should anyone else respect or like you? Your weight doesn’t define who you are. It’s just one aspect of your being. Find things you like about yourself and focus on them. Once you start to like yourself more, you’ll be more apt to take care of yourself.

Love your body and still lose weight.

Some people think that they must hate their bodies because doing otherwise is accepting the extra pounds. The truth is, you’re accepting today’s reality, not tomorrows. You can want to lose weight without hating your body or the extra weight. If you work in the garden all day or do messy tasks, you’ll end up dirty. That dirt is temporary and washes off. You don’t have to hate it to take a shower and get back to normal. That’s what a fitness program does for you. Those extra pounds are temporary and not part of who you are.

Start loving your body and look for ways to help it.

Notice how you feel after you exercise. It feels pretty good, doesn’t it? It comes from two sources. The natural changes in the body from exercise and the emotional boost when you know you’ve done something positive. Notice how you feel after you eat healthy compared to how you feel after eating junk. The more you focus on that, the more you’ll want to feed your body healthy foods.

  • Fear of failure can cause you to be negative. Some people believe that the only way they can succeed is with negative talk. That fear of failure may be what condemns you to lack of success.
  • Fat isn’t good or bad, it’s just fat. It’s not permanent either. Focus on the positive things you can do to improve your body rather than body shame. Besides diet and exercise, stay hydrated and get adequate sleep.
  • If you hate eating in front of others because you feel they judge you, stop! That causes eating disorders. Eat healthy foods and ignore others. You’ll be the perfect you in no time.
  • Look for ways to reward healthy behavior that doesn’t involve food. It can be a day at the spa, a special outfit, or just a few extra hours of peace.

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Get The Confidence Boost You Need

Get The Confidence Boost You Need

There are many reasons people in San Antonio, TX, offer for the reason they can’t achieve their fitness goals. One of those is a lack of confidence that they can succeed. You can boost your potential for success by increasing your belief in your goal. Not only will boosting your confidence to achieve health goals help you achieve those goals, but that success, the healthy diet, and exercise program, will increase your confidence for other goals.

You have to know what you want.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a fitness goal or not, precisely identifying the goal can help you achieve it and boost your confidence. Instead of making a goal to lose weight, identify how much you want to lose. You’ll never get that feeling of success without a clear goal. Knowing your goal allows you to give yourself a realistic timeline and create the steps it takes to achieve it. You can break it down to mini goals you achieve in a week to experience that success along the way.

Track your progress and congratulate yourself on little wins.

Winners keep score. It doesn’t matter what your goal is, writing down your progress or storing your scoreboard on your phone or computer helps boost your confidence. It keeps your goal in the foreground and allows you to see progress in both the short and long run. For fitness goals, a picture is also worth 1000 words. Take a photo of yourself every month wearing the same clothing and standing in the same spot. It’s a good addition to your scorekeeping.

Even if your goal isn’t a fitness goal, exercise and a healthy diet help.

Exercising increases the hormones that make you feel good and burns off stress hormones. That can make you more confident immediately. The more you exercise, the better your posture becomes. Improving your posture makes you look more confident and that can make you feel more confident. Try this test. Stand in front of a mirror with your head down and shoulders slumped. Note how you feel. It probably feels like you’re defeated. Now pull your shoulders back and down. Hold your head up. Immediately you’ll feel a sense of confidence surge through your body.

  • If you’re still struggling with the confidence that you can achieve your goals, fake it. There’s an old saying, “Fake it until you can make it.” Act as though you’re going to achieve it.
  • Treat yourself as you would a good friend. Be aware of negative self-talk. If you’re constantly criticizing yourself, you are sabotaging yourself. Clean up your inner language and avoid others that diminish your confidence.
  • Visualize success. Mental imagery can do a lot to boost your success. Picture yourself succeeding. Include how great it feels to conquer your goals. That feeling of success carries over to real life.
  • No matter what your goal is, including exercise can help chase away stress and boost your energy level. The more energy you have and the stronger you are, the more confident you’ll be.

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Best Supplements For Muscle Growth And Recovery

Best Supplements For Muscle Growth And Recovery

If you’ve spent much time around bodybuilders, you’ve probably heard a lot about supplements for muscle growth and recovery. The truth is that most people don’t need supplements if they have a good diet with adequate quality protein. Some supplements are supposed to help you recover faster, but so can a post-workout snack that contains carbs and protein. Some supplements help you build, but so can a healthy diet with healthy fat, carbohydrates, and quality complete protein.

The evidence that protein supplements help is limited, but there is evidence.

There are many reasons to take supplements to increase muscle growth. Sarcopenia is one of those reasons. Sarcopenia occurs as people age and starts in their mid-thirties. It’s the gradual loss of muscle tissue that most people face. Studies show that taking collagen, protein, and creatine supplements has reduced the problem and helped maintain muscle growth. Seniors may have trouble digesting protein, so taking supplements like creatine can help, along with resistance training.

Vitamin C and zinc help boost muscle recovery and increase muscle building.

Vitamin C is necessary to build collagen that’s vital to the creation of muscle tissue. It helps heal wounds like the microtears in the muscles that occur after an intense workout. It’s also anti-inflammatory, speeding up the recovery process. You can get it from your diet, but supplements can also help. Zinc supplements also improve tissue growth and repair.

Having a protein shake before working out or immediately following a workout may help.

Protein supplements used as a snack before a workout or afterward can help build muscle tissue. You can also do the same by eating a snack with both carbohydrates and protein. Before a workout, it helps replenish glycogen stores. Lack of glycogen stores can leave you weak mid-workout and lead to muscle soreness. After a workout, it helps boost recovery and build muscle tissue.

  • Look for labels like Certified for Sports that indicate NSF, an outside agency, tested the product and found it pure and free from harmful ingredients. Those harmful contaminants include mercury, arsenic, and other toxins.
  • Vitamin D supplements can help boost testosterone levels in people with low vitamin D levels. Testosterone helps build muscle tissue.
  • Never take supplements unless you speak with your healthcare professional first. Some interact with medications and others can cause issues if you have certain conditions. It’s always best to use your diet to increase muscle growth and improve recovery.
  • Sprinkling some turmeric on your food can help boost muscle recovery by reducing inflammation. It’s the curcumin in the turmeric that reduces inflammation and makes recovery faster.

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Ways To Make Your Workouts More Effective

Ways To Make Your Workouts More Effective

Whether your life in San Antonio, TX, is hectic or laid back and relaxed, you probably want to make your workouts more effective. It saves time and produces better results. Not all exercises are equal in effectiveness. Some are better for getting quicker results or being just as beneficial in less time. It doesn’t mean you don’t have to work hard or can do them once and see results immediately. There are no magic shortcuts.

Compound exercises work many muscle groups at once.

Some exercises only exercise one muscle group. They are isolation exercises like the barbell bicep curl. They only work one joint and muscle group. Compound exercises, like burpees, work several muscle groups at once, so you get more of a workout in a shorter time frame. There’s a place for both types of exercise when you workout, but if you want a quicker and more effective workout, using compound exercises helps.

Have a cup of coffee before you workout.

While you’re sipping coffee, have a pre-workout snack. The caffeine in the coffee stimulates the central nervous system to give a boost to your performance. A pre-workout snack composed of carbs and protein provides the energy to help you maximize your workout without hitting the wall mid-session. When the workout ends, top it off with a post-workout snack also composed of protein. It helps recovery and stimulates the muscle-building process.

High intensity interval training—HIIT—burns tons of calories in less time.

If you’re trying to lose weight, burning extra calories sounds enticing. So what is this miracle exercise? It’s not an exercise at all, but a way of doing all types of exercise. You start with a few minutes at peak intensity and then a few minutes at a recovery pace, returning to peak intensity when that’s complete. You rotate intensity throughout your workout. It’s perfect for building endurance and works faster than steady-state exercises. You can also use it with strength-building workouts.

  • You’ll get a full-body workout when you use kettlebells. It also boosts several types of fitness, strength, flexibility, endurance, and balance. You’ll also burn more calories when you do kettlebell routines.
  • Sip on water throughout your workout to keep your body working at full capacity. Even mild dehydration can sap your energy and make your workout less productive.
  • Reduce your rest time between sets, repetitions, and exercises. If your workout is intense, you can take longer between exercises than you would if you’re working at a moderate pace. Cutting out distractions, like phone calls, gets you out of the gym faster.
  • Add weights to your workout. Whether you’re walking, running, or doing bodyweight workouts, adding weights can increase the challenge. Holding weights while doing squats makes the workout more difficult.

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Choosing Healthy Options This Holiday Season

Choosing Healthy Options This Holiday Season

If you want to be healthier, you have to make some changes or continue the program taking you toward good health. Sticking with a healthy meal plan and regular exercise is a start. It may feel impossible over the holidays, but you can do it. It’s a matter of selecting healthy options instead of unhealthy ones. Planning can make all the difference and so can a good night’s rest. If you lack sleep, the body produces more ghrelin—the hunger hormone, and less leptin—the one that makes you feel full. That can cause you to overeat and destroy your weight loss program or feel miserable trying to stick with it.

Plan ahead and don’t skip meals.

Some people skip breakfast and lunch if they know they’re going to a family smorgasbord-style meal. That can work against you. You’ll probably fill your plate and eat it fast when you finally do eat. That doesn’t give your stomach time to tell your brain it’s full, so you consume far more calories than you would otherwise. Eat a breakfast and lunch, so you aren’t ravenous. Permit yourself to have that special treat you look forward to eating but keep portion size in mind. Fill your plate with a healthy salad, then go easy on the bread, pasta, or high-calorie food.

Get some exercise and chill out.

The holidays can be stressful and packed with activities but make time for exercise. Exercise helps relieve stress, so you’ll enjoy the holidays more if you do it daily. If there’s no time for the gym, try to combine family activities with physical exercise. Walk through the neighborhoods and downtown to see the decorations or spend an afternoon with the kids walking through Christmas at the zoo or the museum. Do several shorter exercise sessions throughout the day when you have ten or fifteen minutes.

Prioritize your tasks.

Taking care of yourself and your family should be first. That includes your job and paying your bills. After that, you can prioritize everything. Not every task is equally important. Only you can determine which should take the top priority. Check your list and see if you can delegate some of the responsibility. You might find that others love helping out. Get the whole family together to make baked goods instead of spending your time alone in the kitchen. Even grown children will love learning your recipes and working together. It may become a new holiday tradition.

  • Plan on giving yourself some leeway at a holiday celebration that has delicious but often fattening food. Even if you do overeat, it’s not the end of everything, go back to a healthy diet the next day.
  • Try meal planning and prep. Meal planning and preparation can cut the time spent in the kitchen during the week and make it easier to choose healthier options.
  • Hydrate!!! It’s colder outside, so you’re not sweating, but that’s often when you forget to hydrate regularly. Carry water with you and sip on it throughout the day.
  • Make your meals healthier by changing some recipes. You can use applesauce to replace some of the oil or the sugar in a recipe. Use zoodles instead of pasta or substitute sweet potatoes for white potatoes.

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Best Foods That Cut Your Cholesterol

Best Foods That Cut Your Cholesterol

There’s been a rise in interest in good health in San Antonio, TX. More and more people are coming to Iron Fit to improve their health. Some are here to lose weight. Others want to lower blood sugar levels, blood pressure, or cholesterol levels. Exercise helps with all those things, but so does eating healthy. The food you eat can do all those things. It can help you avoid the need for medication. A healthy diet not only can cut cholesterol, but it can also rebalance it, lowering the bad cholesterol and increasing the beneficial cholesterol.

Keep your arteries from clogging by cutting out food with added sugar and eating fruit instead.

When people think of cholesterol, they usually think of triglycerides, LDL—bad cholesterol, and HDL—good cholesterol. There are many functions that LDLs perform, so they’re vital to good health, but high amounts of LDL or triglycerides and low amounts of HDL can cause health issues. Sugar promotes an increase in LDLs and a reduction in HDLs. It can also cause increased triglycerides. That can lead to a fatty build-up in the arteries. Giving up food with added sugar and choosing food like apples, grapes, strawberries, and citrus fruits improves cholesterol levels. These fruits are high in soluble fiber pectin that reduces LDL.

Other types of fiber in whole foods also help.

As already noted, pectin, a type of soluble fiber is beneficial for lowering harmful cholesterol. When you eat food with soluble fiber, it dissolves into a gel. The gel traps the bad cholesterol and it also feeds beneficial microbes in your gut. A second type of fiber, insoluble fiber, can’t be digested, even by the gut microbes. It does promote a healthy gut microbiome, which does affect cholesterol levels. Increasing both soluble and insoluble fiber levels helps. Pears, peaches, oatmeal, and oranges are high in soluble fiber and can lower bad cholesterol levels.

Increasing food with omega-3 can help lower LDL levels.

There’s a reason doctors recommend eating fatty fish at least twice a week. Fatty fish like salmon contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids. The body needs both omega-6 and omega-3, but it needs it in a specific ratio that ranges from one part omega-3 to four parts omega-6 to one part omega-6 to four parts Omega-3. Unfortunately, the average American diet has too much omega 6. It’s at least four times more than it should be. More omega-3 in your diet can reduce triglycerides and lower LDL levels. Besides fatty fish, increasing other foods like walnuts and flaxseed provides benefits.

  • Eliminate trans fats from your diet. While the FDA banned hydrogenated vegetable oil, trans fats can still be found in microwave dinners, pancake and waffle mix, some commercial baked goods, donuts, coffee creamer, and microwave popcorn.
  • Have a cup of tea, especially green tea. All tea contains catechins and quercetin, but green tea has the most attention. The catechins inhibit the creation of cholesterol and help prevent absorption. Tea lowers bad cholesterol levels.
  • Include more spices in your diet like turmeric and garlic to lower cholesterol. Sweet potatoes also lower cholesterol. Watermelon contains antioxidants that protect your body from free radicals that can raise bad cholesterol levels.
  • Choose meatless Mondays and substitute grains like quinoa and brown rice. When you eat animal products, make sure they come from pastured animals to boost omega-3 levels and lower cholesterol levels.

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Why Breakfast Is So Important

Why Breakfast Is So Important

Historically, starting the day with a healthy breakfast has always been important. It helps control hunger and breaks the fast after a good night’s sleep. Breakfast should be more than just cereal or a muffin. It should contain healthy carbs, fat, and protein. The protein and fat keep you feeling full longer. The carbs provide instant energy. The first meal of the day also boosts cognitive performance and focus, so it’s just as important today as it was in the past for children. Since we’ve changed from an agrarian culture, it’s not as vital for most adults today.

Everyone is different, and breakfast affects them differently.

Adults can benefit from breakfast, especially if they workout in the morning. It can help boost physical performance. People with health conditions can also benefit. However, the type of breakfast should be different from the past if you’re not doing physical labor. A farmhouse breakfast is high in carbs and protein with some healthy fat. It keeps you full, but it may make you sluggish and add extra pounds if you aren’t active. Eating a lighter breakfast with protein, fat, and carbs, like Greek yogurt and fresh fruit, is more suitable.

Some people fare better when they skip breakfast and extend their nightly fast.

Intermittent fasting—IF, can be done in several ways. One way is to limit the hours when you eat. While there are all different types of plans, the most often used allows you to eat within an eight-hour window and fast for the other sixteen hours. For example, someone doing IF might eat their first meal at 11 a.m. and eat nothing after 7 p.m. If you start your meals at 11 a.m., the chances of eating breakfast are slim. For some people, IF is a blessing for weight loss. Studies show it can help people stay younger at a cellular level. For those people, breakfast isn’t vital.

Find what works best for you.

A healthy breakfast can boost your energy, putting you on the right path for an active day. It plays a role in your overall nutrition. Other studies show that IF can be the best option for weight loss and good health. One study showed that just delaying the first meal by 90 minutes and keeping the others at their normal time can help boost energy and weight loss. As with exercising, a personalized program works best.

  • No matter whether you eat a big breakfast, a small one, or none at all, don’t choose donuts and coffee or baked goods. Eat something healthy. If you’re trying IF but get too hungry, have a healthy snack available.
  • Some studies show that people who eat a healthy breakfast have improved nutrition and lower bad cholesterol levels. Many studies show that while IF works, it may be due to limiting nighttime snacking.
  • Since everyone is different, it explains why studies may have opposite conclusions. Some show that skipping breakfast burns more calories but may increase inflammation, which causes other health issues. Other studies show eating breakfast supercharges your calorie burning.
  • The benefits of breakfast vary from individual to individual. It also varies day-to-day for each individual. If you have demanding physical labor, a healthy breakfast may be beneficial, but not for days that aren’t as demanding.

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Best Fruits To Boost Vitamin B

Best Fruits To Boost Vitamin B

In San Antonio, TX, there are fresh fruits and vegetables year-round. Fruit is one of the popular snacks that fills that urge for a sweet treat but also benefits good health. Many contain important vitamins and minerals, such as the vitamin B complex. There are eight different types of nutrients in the vitamin B complex. They all perform important functions, such as aiding in creating energy, improving skin health, and taking part in producing blood cells. The eight types of B vitamins include B-1(thiamine), B-2 (riboflavin), B-3 (niacin), B-5 (pantothenic acid), B-6, B-7 (biotin), B-9 (folate), and B-12 (cobalamin). Each performs differently in the body. Many are in the same fruits.

Citrus fruit contains more than vitamin C.

You’ll get six of the eight B vitamins when you eat citrus fruit. It contains all B vitamins but biotin and B-12. While most B complex comes from animal products, legumes, and nuts, a 6-ounce serving of grapefruit juice can supply 27% of the daily required amount of niacin. It also contains thiamine. You notice I said juice rather than eating the grapefruit. There are scant amounts in the whole grapefruit but it’s more concentrated in the juice. There are also trace amounts in pineapple and orange juice.

Avocados are really a fruit.

If you thought avocados were a vegetable, you’d be in good company but very wrong. It’s a large berry with a single seed in the middle. It fits the definition of a fruit, which is “the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and can be eaten as food” It’s similar to tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant when it comes to the definition of fruit. Avocados contain riboflavin (B-2), folate (B-9), niacin (B-3), and pantothenic acid (B-5).

Prunes get you going and provide riboflavin and niacin.

Most people know that eating prunes can help them in the bathroom, but few realize it can help build red blood cells and benefit nerves. That’s right, prunes and prune juice contain thiamin for creating red blood cells. It also contains niacin, which promotes the proper functioning of nerves. Other fruit or fruit juices that boost riboflavin include grape juice and raisins. Peaches, nectarines, and orange juice are also good sources of niacin.

  • Vitamin B-1 (thiamin) keeps the brain and nerves functioning properly. While meat, eggs, and legumes are better sources, you’ll find trace amounts in pineapple and orange juice.
  • Vitamin B-6 is necessary for brain functioning and healthy blood cells. You’ll get smaller amounts from bananas, raisins, and watermelon.
  • Folate is vital for women of childbearing age and pregnant women to prevent birth defects. Pregnant women need 600 micrograms a day. A small orange provides 29 micrograms. Other fruits with folate include cantaloupe, banana, and papaya.
  • No fruit sources provide vitamin B-12 (cobalamin). It’s only in animal products. B-12. It plays a role in cell metabolism, red blood cell formation, the production of DNA, and nerve function.

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Are Treadmills Considered Cardio?

Are Treadmills Considered Cardio?

What are you doing when you’re on a treadmill? You’re either walking or running, depending on the speed. Both are good cardio workouts. Are there benefits to using a treadmill rather than walking outside or doing laps in the mall in the morning? There are. The first is the fact you can do it in your own home. You don’t have to get street-ready to walk on a treadmill. You can wait until you finish showering, washing your face, brushing your hair or teeth. The only preparation you require is warming up before you start.

Staying inside can extend your exercise time.

You won’t have to cancel your run or walk due to rain. You also won’t have to run or walk in inclement weather, whether it’s too hot, cold, or wet. All three conditions can make walking or running outside a little more dangerous. Overexertion and heat stroke during hot weather are easy to achieve. You can become dehydrated, even if you carry water with you. You can slip and fall on ice during cold weather. While it doesn’t happen often, we all witnessed how bad ice can be if it gets cold. It’s harder for you to see and for cars to see you during rainy weather.

You can more easily push yourself to improve when you use a treadmill.

Treadmills have different settings and a variety of programs. It not only takes the boredom out of steady-state running or walking, but it can also boost your endurance. You don’t have to remember to push yourself harder for a short period. The treadmill does that for you. Some allow you to set a program based on your goals, whether they’re boosting endurance, maintenance, or burning fat.

You don’t have to depend on the available terrain to work your muscles harder.

Treadmills offer different inclines so you aren’t always running on a flat surface. Unless you’re planning your route carefully and have access to an area with hills, it’s not possible if you’re running or walking. There’s also less impact on your joints on the treadmill than if your feet were pounding the pavement. It’s still not a low-impact exercise, just a bit easier on the joints.

  • Treadmills provide the ultimate in goal setting. It takes the guesswork out of how far or how long you ran. You set the treadmill for mileage or time and just walk or run.
  • You can choose the muscles you want to work on by setting the incline on a treadmill. Unless you’re running up mountains, you can’t focus on hamstrings and calves. Best of all, you can run for a half hour at an upward incline without spending the same time coming back down.
  • Using a treadmill provides all the heart-healthy benefits of any cardio. It lowers blood pressure and improves cardiovascular health. It’s far safer to run on a treadmill at night than it is to run outside.
  • If you’re not ready to face the public by running outside, don’t do it. Get on the treadmill and exercise. You’ll boost your mood and be ready for the day, facing people with a smile.

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