10 Tips to Bathing Suit Body
1) Visualize yourself slim. This creates a road map in your subconscious which govern our habits and behavioral patterns. Visualization can help to fire neurotransmitters throughout your body to make the feat possible. Spend a few minutes everyday to creating your ideal body image. See yourself slim, healthy and fit.
2) Make water your beverage of choice. Drink at least half your body weight in ounces per day. Eliminate soda and juices. Juices are high in calories. Eat your fruit, don’t drink it! Eating your fruit takes more time and you’ll get fiber benefits, which also help to fill you.
3) Weigh yourself daily. Yes daily!! It keeps you focused on you weight goal. Knowing that eating that slice of pizza or brownie might just send the numbers in the opposite direction will help you stay on track.
4) Keep a food and exercise journal. It keeps you accountable. Log everything you eating and drink. Enter the time and how you are feeling. Since emotions play a huge role in what we eat and how much, by identifying your triggers you can begin to make better choices.
5) Add half hour of exercise 6 days per week. Get up early, power walk at lunch, take a fitness class, ride your bike, go for a jog.. no excuses, just do it!!! And you will feel better as exercise kicks up endorphins, the feel good chemicals.
6) Have a large breakfast, high in lean protein. Add fruit and veggies. Check out our Quick and Healthy recipe link for ideas!!
7) Add 2 large salad with vinegar and little olive oil. Go easy on the oil as it is high in calories and fat, but it is a necessary and healthy part of any nutrition program.
8) Try spacing out your meals. Have 5 or 6 small balanced meals spaced 3 hrs apart. You will eliminate overeating and hunger pangs. Sit down while you are eating and focus on eating. Shut off the TV, close the book , don’t read the mail. Distractions can lead to overeating.
9) Exercise!! Find activities you like and make the time. 30- 40 minutes per day of combination of strength training and cardio. Check out my blog for exercising tips!
10) Get plenty of rest. Try to sleep 7-8 hours every nite. You will feel better and have more control at the dinner table. Taking a cat nap in the afternoon works wonders!!!
Tiger Woods has had a long and prestigious golfing career. He is arguably one of the greatest golfers in American history. Tiger Woods has been a disciple of sports hypnosis since he was 13. He uses sport hypnosis to calm his mind before golfing matches. He frees his mind from worry and pressure, and this technique allows him to perform better. The brain does not function at its full potential during every moment of the day. Hypnosis helps athletes channel more of their brain power and focus their energy. Anyone can call upon this power and use more of their mind. Using more of one’s mind can help an athlete achieve new records and accomplish things they had not done before.
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Hypnosis for Goal Achievement
Effective goal setting and achievement takes time and patience. Accomplishing your goals takes determination. A major problem people have is setting long term goals, but not taking the time to figure out the steps to achieve the goals. Hypnotherapy can help find the motivation and confidence you need to successfully achieve your goals. Motivation and a positive attitude are helpful in maintain goals and hypnotherapy helps you develop and find these characteristics within yourself. Goal setting requires completion and reward and striving to find this is the ultimate achievement. Meditation, self-hypnosis and guided imagery are useful aids to achieve success.
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Jackie LeClaire 🙂
Today I had the opportunity to be the substitute instructor for a Cancer Survivor group’s “Gentle Yoga” class. Although I am not a certified Yoga instructor, I do incorporate some stretches and poses into my workouts. Because the class was titled “Gentle Yoga”, I pulled up a “Chair Yoga” workout on line and modified it a bit.
If you have difficulty standing or are just getting started with exercising, I recommend trying a chair yoga workout. Hold each pose, if possible for 3-5 breaths. The breaths should be long, slow, belly breaths. Breathe in through the nose and out through the nose.
If a pose doesn’t feel right, skip it. The workout should feel good. It should help open up your energy centers and get your blood flowing.
Following the exercises try my meditation. Sit comfortably or lie down. Take a few deep breaths and close your eyes. Imagine relaxation moving throughout your body, beginning in your toes and traveling all the way up to your forehead. As you continue to breath and relax imagine yourself in a serene setting such as the beach, or by a lake, or lying in a hammock, etc. While you are relaxing in your special place build an image of yourself the way you would like to be in the future. Imagine merging into that image. After 5-10 minutes or whenever you feel ready you may open your eyes and stretch.
Shiitake mushroom is an edible fungus which may aid in building the immune system. Also know as: Japanese mushrooms, golden oak, oakwood and Black Forest mushrooms, they are native to Asia .
Medicinal use of shiitake mushrooms has been around for centuries in China, dated back to 100A.D. Today, in China it is used to activate chi or energy. Shiitake mushrooms are used to ward off colds and the flu. A study of Michigan, Ann Arbor, found that shiitake could produce a significant level of protection against influenza A. Extracts and dried mushrooms are used in herbal remedies. The mushroom also contains the compound eritadenine, which is thought to lower cholesterol by blocking the way it is absorbed into the bloodstream.
For more than 50 years the United States has been researching the anticancer properties of shiitake mushrooms. In Asia it is recommended to aid in warding off bronchial inflammation and cancerous growths. According to the American Cancer Society, several potential cancer-fighting substances have been found in shiitake mushrooms, and purified forms of these compounds are being studied as treatment for stomach and colorectal cancer. It is not known whether any of these results will apply to the mushrooms bought in supermarkets or the extracts that are sold as supplements.