My Health and Fitness Journey | Weight Loss Story

If you want to be inspired by someone who has been through a long fitness journey, watch this video. Anything is possible but of course it requires time, effort, consistency and dedication. If she can do it, so can you.

 

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11 Fitness Myths That Are Doing More Harm Than Good

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Whether you want to tone up, slim down, or boost your mood, you’ve likely taken a stab at tweaking your fitness routine.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of fitness advice out there that won’t help you meet your goals and could actually do more harm than good.

Here’s an overview of some of the most enduring workout myths and misconceptions, as well as the real science that can help you meet your fitness goals in a healthy way.

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A Jogger’s Fitness Tracker Documented Her Brutal Attack on a Run

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Four miles into a planned 10-mile run in Seattles Golden Gardens park on Sunday, 36-year-old Kelly Herron stopped for what she thought would be a quick bathroom break. But when she stepped out of a public bathroom stall, it was anything but.

In a viral Instagram post, Herron recounted being brutally attacked on by a man hiding in the restroom. 

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10 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Workout

workoutIf you’ve been working out for eight plus weeks and haven’t started to reap the benefits yet, there’s a good chance that you’re doing ways you’re sabotaging your workout and one or more of these silent setbacks has found its way into your fitness regimen.

By being aware of bad habits and the effect they have, you can work to eliminate them from your regimen and hopefully watch your progress start to soar again. Here are some of the most common culprits to look out for:

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6 Ways Exercise Can Make You A Better Learner

exerciseIt seems a little too easy to stockpile all of the benefits of exercise for your mind, body, and spirit, but I’m going to take this opportunity to add yet another one to the list. You probably already know that exercise can help decrease anxiety, improve mood, and it keeps your body healthy, all the way from your cells right down to your bones. But there are also ways that sweating your ass off and practicing regular exercise can help you learn and better your brain power.

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