shaulz//Fit4Life
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One year post-partum with baby #2. : )

talk-skinny-to-me:

Fitspo

One year post-partum with baby #2. : )

I have had such a bad week… Starting all over again :(

healthy-is-sexy:

Diet Health:

Worlds Fastest Workout Video

Britney Spears Abs

Kim Kardashian Butt

Victoria’s Secret

Erin’s Workout

Selita’s Workout P1 & P2

BODY ROCK

Cardio Exercise

Get Hot Cardio

Kiss My Tight Booty

Feel The Burn

Tight, Toned, Trim

INSANITY

Fit Test

Plyometric Cardio Circuit

Cardio Power & Resistance

Cardio Recovery

Pure Cardio

Cardio Abs

Core Cardio & Balance

Max Interval Circuit

Max Interval Plyo

Max Cardio Conditioning

Max Recovery

Insane Abs

Max Interval Sports Training

Upper Body Weight Training

Jillian Michaels
30 Day Shred:

Level 1
Level 2

Level 3

Ripped in 30:

Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4

6 Week 6 Pack:

Level 1

Level 2

Banish Fat Boost Metabolism

No More Trouble Zones

Yoga Meltdown

Carmen Electra:

Aerobic Striptease

Fit to Strip

In the Bedroom

The Biggest Loser:

Biggest Loser 30 Day Jump Start Workout

Biggest Loser Cardio Max Workout

Biggest Loser Weight Loss Yoga

Biggest Loser Boot Camp Workout

Turbo Jam:

T3 - Totally Tubular Turbo

Cardio Party Mix 1

Cardio Party Mix 2

Cardio Party Mix 3

Fat Blaster

P90X:

Chest and Back/Ab Ripper X

Plyometrics

Legs and Back

Yoga X

Cardio X

Kenpo X

Shoulders and Arms

Core Synergetics

Stretch X

Chest, Shoulder, and Triceps

Back and Biceps

Tone It Up:

Bikini Abs & Thighs

Sandcastle Workout

Bikini Blast Circuit Workout

Bikini Beach Bum Workout

POP Pilates:

Intense Ab Workout

Saddlebag Shaver

Tricep Toner

Butt Blaster

New Body Make Over

Back Attack

Inner Thighs and Calves

Inner Thigh Insanity

Stretching for Flexibility

Summer Slim Down pt 1

Summer Slim Down pt 2

Arm Attack

Lower Belly Pooch Attack

Thighs, Core, and Shoulders

Legs and Thighs

Beginners Total Body

Crazy Core Workout

Serious Standing for Legs, Butt, Obliques

Love Handles Exterminator

Obliques Ultimate

You’ve Got Abs Challenge!

Flat Abs Challenge

3 Minute Ab Challenge

Slimming Inner Thighs & Calves

Standing Pilates for Legs, Butt & Obliques

Super Butt Workout

Yoga

Dashama Sun Salutations video

Dashama Sun Salutations 2 video

Dashama Hip Stretches

Tara Stiles Bend It Like Tara video (my favorite stretching video)

sadienardini 40 minute yoga weight loss videos  Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4

exercisetv.tv Yoga Fitness Plus 45 minute video

exercisetv.tv Beginner Yoga 20 minute video

exercisetv.tv Yoga Sculpt 30 minute video 

exercisetv.tv Yoga Fitness Fusion 45 minute video

Yogis Anonymous Hurts So Good Power Yoga 95 minute video

Yogis Anonymous Blissed Flow Yoga 90 minute (love love love this one!)

Post Running Stretch video from FlexibleWarriorYoga

No Equipment Home Workout

Couch to 5K

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healthy-habbits:

gettingfitforlifeandme:

fitness—health—nutrition:

You’re Not Eating Enough Calories to Lose Weight:
The majority of the time when you’re having a problem losing weight, it’s not because you aren’t making good food choices. The reason why your weight loss has stagnated is because you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight.
What Happens When You’re Not Eating Enough Calories?
When most people start dieting, they slash their calories and add a large amount of exercise to their daily routine. That’s fine, but they usually cut their calories way too low. Add in the extra exercise, and all of a sudden you have an extreme calorie deficit that is working against you.
Not eating enough calories causes many metabolic changes. Your body is a smart machine and senses a large decrease in dietary energy. Your large calorie deficit might work for a few days or even weeks, but eventually your body will wake up and sound alarms that it needs to conserve energy. It doesn’t want to just waste away. It needs that energy (fat) to survive. So, what does your body do when it senses prolonged energy restriction? Not eating enough calories…
Slows down thyroid production – Your thyroid is responsible for fat, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism among other things. Your body has the ability to slow down thyroid output in an effort to maintain energy balance [1].
Decreases muscle mass – Muscle is highly calorie intensive to maintain. In a prolonged extreme calorie deficit, it is one of the first things that your body looks to get rid of. Your body needs the fat, wants the fat, and the muscle can be spared. It breaks down the muscle tissue and uses it for energy.
Lowers testosterone levels – An important hormone for both men and women,testosterone is just one of many hormones that are affected with severe calorie restriction[2]. Testosterone is anabolic to muscle tissue. Without it, it becomes that much harder to maintain, let alone put on muscle mass.
Decreases leptin levels – Leptin is one of many energy regulating hormones. More importantly, it’s a “hunger” hormone that tells you whether to eat or not. High leptin levels signal that it’s OK to stop eating, while low leptin levels are a signal to eat more energy. Because of this, leptin levels decrease in calorie restricted environments [3].
Decreases energy levels – There are many physical actions your body takes when you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight, but there are also some mental ones. Neurotransmitter production is limited, which can lead to a lack of motivation. It’s your body’s way of telling you to “slow down” – conserve your energy.
How Many Calories Should You Be Eating?
Your goal should be to eat as many calories as possible and still lose weight. You always want to start high and then come down with your calorie intake. It’s much easier to do this than come up in calories after your weight loss has stalled and you’ve lost all your motivation. How many calories should you eat? There is no perfect number. Each person’s metabolism is different. Calorie calculators are a good starting point, but they can’t take into account all the individualistic variables.
To do that, you need to find your calorie intake either through:
Experimentation – I laid out a plan to determine this number in – How Many Calories Should I Eat? You might want to give it a read.
Measure it with a device – I personally use the BodyMedia FIT Armband to determine my calorie burn. You can read more about it here. I’ve found it to be accurate within a 10% margin of error.
The problem is most people want the weight gone, and they want it gone now. Weight loss is a patience game. It takes time and consistency to make it work. Losing 2lbs per week is the most I would aim for. At this pace, it will ensure that the majority of your weight loss is coming from stored body fat instead of muscle. You will also give yourself the best chance to build muscle while you lose fat, which is what you should be striving to do. To find out what portion of your weight loss is fat and what portion is muscle, I highly recommend you pick up a $5 pair of body fat calipers to measure your body composition. It will make weight loss much easier if you can hold onto your muscle, or even put some on in the process.
So if your progress has stalled, but you think you’re eating the right foods and exercising intensely, more than likely your problem is that you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight. Eat as much as you can, get in as many nutrients as possible, and your weight loss will start moving forward again.
Aticle from coachcalorie.com


Fitness blog! Lets do it together!🍎

healthy-habbits:

gettingfitforlifeandme:

fitness—health—nutrition:

You’re Not Eating Enough Calories to Lose Weight:

The majority of the time when you’re having a problem losing weight, it’s not because you aren’t making good food choices. The reason why your weight loss has stagnated is because you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight.

What Happens When You’re Not Eating Enough Calories?

When most people start dieting, they slash their calories and add a large amount of exercise to their daily routine. That’s fine, but they usually cut their calories way too low. Add in the extra exercise, and all of a sudden you have an extreme calorie deficit that is working against you.

Not eating enough calories causes many metabolic changes. Your body is a smart machine and senses a large decrease in dietary energy. Your large calorie deficit might work for a few days or even weeks, but eventually your body will wake up and sound alarms that it needs to conserve energy. It doesn’t want to just waste away. It needs that energy (fat) to survive. So, what does your body do when it senses prolonged energy restriction? Not eating enough calories…

  • Slows down thyroid production – Your thyroid is responsible for fat, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism among other things. Your body has the ability to slow down thyroid output in an effort to maintain energy balance [1].
  • Decreases muscle mass – Muscle is highly calorie intensive to maintain. In a prolonged extreme calorie deficit, it is one of the first things that your body looks to get rid of. Your body needs the fat, wants the fat, and the muscle can be spared. It breaks down the muscle tissue and uses it for energy.
  • Lowers testosterone levels – An important hormone for both men and women,testosterone is just one of many hormones that are affected with severe calorie restriction[2]. Testosterone is anabolic to muscle tissue. Without it, it becomes that much harder to maintain, let alone put on muscle mass.
  • Decreases leptin levelsLeptin is one of many energy regulating hormones. More importantly, it’s a “hunger” hormone that tells you whether to eat or not. High leptin levels signal that it’s OK to stop eating, while low leptin levels are a signal to eat more energy. Because of this, leptin levels decrease in calorie restricted environments [3].
  • Decreases energy levels – There are many physical actions your body takes when you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight, but there are also some mental ones. Neurotransmitter production is limited, which can lead to a lack of motivation. It’s your body’s way of telling you to “slow down” – conserve your energy.

How Many Calories Should You Be Eating?

Your goal should be to eat as many calories as possible and still lose weight. You always want to start high and then come down with your calorie intake. It’s much easier to do this than come up in calories after your weight loss has stalled and you’ve lost all your motivation. How many calories should you eat? There is no perfect number. Each person’s metabolism is different. Calorie calculators are a good starting point, but they can’t take into account all the individualistic variables.

To do that, you need to find your calorie intake either through:

  • Measure it with a device – I personally use the BodyMedia FIT Armband to determine my calorie burn. You can read more about it here. I’ve found it to be accurate within a 10% margin of error.

The problem is most people want the weight gone, and they want it gone now. Weight loss is a patience game. It takes time and consistency to make it work. Losing 2lbs per week is the most I would aim for. At this pace, it will ensure that the majority of your weight loss is coming from stored body fat instead of muscle. You will also give yourself the best chance to build muscle while you lose fat, which is what you should be striving to do. To find out what portion of your weight loss is fat and what portion is muscle, I highly recommend you pick up a $5 pair of body fat calipers to measure your body composition. It will make weight loss much easier if you can hold onto your muscle, or even put some on in the process.

So if your progress has stalled, but you think you’re eating the right foods and exercising intensely, more than likely your problem is that you’re not eating enough calories to lose weight. Eat as much as you can, get in as many nutrients as possible, and your weight loss will start moving forward again.

Aticle from coachcalorie.com

Fitness blog! Lets do it together!🍎