Tired of getting your protein fix from powders. Check out this recipe for tuna burgers. They are tasty and really simple to make. On the plus side they have 19 grams of protein and only 15 grams of fat.
1 (6 oz) can of tuna *drained
1/4 tsp of salt
1/2 cup bread crumbs
1/2 Tbs of olive/cooking oil
Do you want to lose weight, feel more alert, and increase your exercise performance? If you do then I have some GREAT news for you.
There is a completely free, and easy solution to help you on you weight loss journey. It isn’t some new gimmick or pill. All you need is more water. Over 75% of America suffers from a condition called chronic dehydration. When we typically think of dehydration we visualize a wayward traveler lost in the desert without water for days. This is referred to as acute dehydration.
Chronic dehydration is harder to detect. It occurs when small amounts of water that is lost throughout the day is not replenished over a long period. Because the water loss is small it is typically very hard to detect and you have to rely on other symptoms to diagnose the problem. Among those symptoms are
increase in appetite, decreased in metabolism, increased irritability, and reduced physical performance.
Are you dehydrated?
What’s your resolution? Chances are that no matter what your resolutions are this year, you have some work ahead of you. Being in the fitness industry has given me a firsthand experience working with New Year resolutions. For each person that achieves their resolution there are at least 10 that do not, and another 10 that don’t even come close.
So what is it that sets those who meet their New Year goals apart from those that don’t?
The successful individuals adhere to these five guidelines below.
Just wanted to post a simple do it yourself High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) routine that you can do at home, in the office, or on your lunch breaks.
A brief synopsis on HIIT:
HIIT can be boiled down to: work hard for a brief interval then rest. Rinse & repeat.