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Nutrition and Fitness


Nutrition and Fitness

This is a group where you can discuss and obtain information concerning your body, mind and spirit. Namasté नमस्ते

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Cool quote about Running away from ourselves...

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Comment by Ed Diaz on May 21, 2010 at 9:03am
Most of the "data" used is OK, but remember, there is a "very" inexpensive way to be healthy, that is build it into your life style! At a time when many are having financial challenges, the last thing we need is another fad costing us millions! This site is about "health balance" not a site for selling more fads! Namaste
Comment by Customized Multivitamins on May 20, 2010 at 9:25am
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Comment by Ed Diaz on May 10, 2010 at 2:54pm
Way to be smart Michelle! The inches you lost is "great"! Take you time, make it just another part of your life, cause it is! Use visualization during this time and imagine yourself working out, running, whatever sport you do, just watch, enjoy, feel good about the thought! So nice>>>>>>>
Comment by Lucelia Rodriguez on May 10, 2010 at 11:52am
Ed thanks so much for the input. I have lost 3 inches off my waist and 2 inches off my hips which was what was really bugging me. I'm still very sick and resting. Hopefully in a week I'll be good and back to exercising.
Comment by Ed Diaz on May 8, 2010 at 8:49am
Michelle, how have you been? How is your leg? Training?
Comment by Ed Diaz on May 8, 2010 at 8:46am
Lucelia - "REST" is critical from many standpoints, most importantly for your body to recover from the cold. Resting between workouts is also very critical for muscle repair. You have done very well in losing so much weight, but dont forget its better to measure your results by clothing size or measuring key body parts (arms, abs, hips, chest/back, thigh). Remember muscle weighs more than fat, so you could be gaining muscle and lose fat, yet not drop in body weight. Rest, meditate, read, relax, drink fluids, smile!
Comment by Lucelia Rodriguez on May 7, 2010 at 6:16am
I was on a diet and working out 3-4 times a week. I have already lost 12 of the 20 lbs. that i wanted to. My goal deadline was June 1st. It's so close that I really want to keep working out but I have come down the a terrible cold. Everyone keeps telling me I gotta rest but would exercising hinder my recoup or could it actually help me sweat it out? Any ideas?
Comment by Michelle Rogers on February 17, 2010 at 10:48am
Yes, I have been resting. So no more running for me right now. I'm training for a marathong in April. I started to feel a little discomfort around a month ago now under my arch. No biggie I thought because I figured it was just a running pain. But it got bad last week after a 10 mile run and that's when I decided to see someone b/c I'm too close to my marathong which is April 11th. I run 2x a week 3 miles and a long run on Saturdays. I've done up to 16 miles already and am not yet comfortable with that but I am with a 10 miler. I do crossfit about 4x a week as well and yoga when I remember! Ha! thanks.
Comment by Ed Diaz on February 17, 2010 at 10:08am
Cool, REST is CRITICAL! Can you also provide me more details? How long have you had this, how active are you, what kind of exercise do you do, etc.....?

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