You are what you eat. Diet is extremely important when it comes to a healthy life style. Good food choices can help lower cholesterol and blood pressure. To help control cholesterol and blood sugar levels: Eat plenty of fruits and veggies along with whole grains and low fat dairy products.
It is important to limit the amount of red meat in your diet and eat more fish and poultry.
A good exercise program can help maintain blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol. It can also increase energy and reduce body fat (BMI). Doctors recommend that you exercise at least two and a half hours per week with strength training and cardiovascular exercise. We have 3 basic programs for you to review and modify for your basic needs. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advance. We have a library of books dedicated to diet and exercise. This will be a helpful guide for you to get started and take control of your life!
You are no longer a beginner. Either you have already been used to working out or you just completed the beginner program. You have learned how to perform exercises correctly and now it is time for a routine that is a bit more challenging.
The following program is for those who have been consistently working out for over two years. These routines are difficult and you should not attempt these routines until you have full body awareness. That means you understand what your body can and can’t do.
Using those these techniques will allow you to increase the intensity and work harder. So lets get started.