Burning Calories


healthydiet1The main thing we have to know is that our muscle tissue burns 90% of the calories we consume, so it seems logical that if we have more muscle, we burn more calories. Also, taking in a higher amount of calories than the calories we burn, will result in weight gain in the form of fat by converting these excess calories into fat. Continue reading Burning Calories

Setting Goals in Fitness


Setting Fitness Goals is very important for your fitness progress. Make sure that your goals set are realistic and achievable.

Firm & Tone
A Firm and Tone goal is related more to a look aspect and is accomplished by decreasing body fat and increases of your lean tissues so your body get a harder-healthier look. Continue reading Setting Goals in Fitness

Exercise: In Women, Training for a Sharper Mind


Older women who did an hour or two of strength training exercises each week had improved cognitive function a year later, scoring higher on tests of the brain processes responsible for planning and executing tasks, a new study has found.

Researchers in British Columbia randomly assigned 155 women ages 65 to 75 either to strength training with dumbbells and weight machines once or twice a week, or to a comparison group doing balance and toning exercises. Continue reading Exercise: In Women, Training for a Sharper Mind