Top 10 Natural Ways for Moms to Lose That Annoying “Pouch” and
Have More Energy
by Frank Villani
1. Avoid the Bloat—Try to limit carbonated beverages, eat more
slowly and chew your food to almost liquefied. Also avoid drinking
through straws and chewing gum.
This exercise is great for toning the upper arm
muscles – one of those dreaded “problem” areas. It also helps
improve posture by strengthening the muscles in the upper back.
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This exercise uses all the large muscle groups in the legs and
glutes, which in turn raises the heart rate.
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Don't let Temptation get the Best of You During the Holiday
It is that festive time of year again when there seems to be a
party around every corner and the temptation to over-indulge not
too far behind. To help you stay on the right side of the scale
this year, I have put together a few helpful hints to keep you from
straying too far!
How might women find the energy to work and play?
One of the most important things to start with is fuel. Are you
treating your “engine” in the most optimal way? Are the foods you
are taking in working to your advantage? Are you drinking enough
water? Are you getting an adequate amount of rest? If those
questions are being taken into consideration (as much as is
possible) then exercise has to come next. One of the ways we get
more energy is by “spending” energy. I have many clients who start
their sessions sluggish and tired, but by the end of it feel awake
and recharged. It will not happen after the first session (usually)
but after a few times, your body will start to respond and then you
will feel more tired when you don’t exercise. It has to become part
of your lifestyle to make a difference in your life. If it is seen
as a task to “get out of the way” it will always feel like a burden
and not an empowering/centering part of your day.
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, Group Fitness Manager proves that working
moms can “work it” too!
What is the best 20-30 minute workout you can recommend for busy
It would have to be alternating cardio and weight training. If you
only have 20 or 30 minutes a day, that's all you need. Go on the
treadmill, stair climber, or go for a walk one day and the next, do
weights. Light weight training hitting all of your body parts
(biceps, triceps, back, chest, shoulders, legs, and abs) can be
done in 30 minutes. As we creep in to our 30's and 40's it is
imperative that you start incorporating weights into your workout
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