Thursday, July 31, 2008

Teleclass: Real Secrets to Create Real Abundance

Alright, I ain't no expert in this area.

But we all can learn from the real experts as to how to create real abundance in every area of our life.

In a few days, you'll have the opportunity to learn from a Master Certified Coach, The Guru of Coaching(SM), Terri Levine, about her 10 real secrets to create real abundance.

The FREE teleclass is hosted by Hueina Su, a Certified Empowerment Coach, the Creator of Rx for Balance(TM) program and founder of Beyond Horizon Coaching.

Date: Monday, August 4, 2008
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm Eastern/New York Time (11:00 am Central, 9:00 am Pacific)
Cost: None, except for your own long-distance telephone charge

This Teleclass will be recorded, and you will receive the recording afterwards

Sign up for the Teleclass here:

This is what you will learn, in Terri's own words:

Whatever your financial situation, health situation, love situation, spiritual or emotional situation, I can shift you to earn and keep masses of money, and create abundance in all areas of your life.

You have just landed upon the most important information to help you build REAL abundance in your life with endless financial profits in rapid time and at the same time MORE FREE TIME and GREATER LOVE and WELL-BEING!

Now you can learn directly from Terri what her secrets are and use the 10 steps she will teach in the Teleclass to create REAL ABUNDANCE in every area of your life!

How do you feel when you achieve all these in your life??

Click here for more information and to sign up for this FREE Teleclass!

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Energy Drink Trap

Can you really party like a rockstar?

Energy drinks have been a high-flying beverage market ever since people are more conscious about sugar-loaded soft drinks.

Even the youth athletes playing soccer, football or baseball are drinking from those cans. They (or the parents) think that these drinks would give them the energy to play hard and get bigger, faster and stronger.

These so-called "energy drinks" are loaded with sugar and supplemented with herbal stimulants to give you the instant energy boost. Your energy doesn't come from the external sugar. It should come from your internal generation through training.

The sugar gives you the instant sugar rush. The stimulants help you pump up your heart rate. So you think you have the energy. In fact, it will give you the sugar crash when the sugar wears out after few hours. The stimulants put excess burden on your heart function. Overtime, you could even develop Type II diabetes. The simple sugar goes straight to your system. Any excess calorie is stored as fat.

Think twice before you gobble down the energy drink. Better yet, read the nutrition label. That's your best defense against overdrinking, overeating and overweight.

Check out this brand of energy drink.

It looks like a soda can, about 6 inches tall. The nutrition label could be deceiving, thought. Most people will find the 140 calories per serving first. But read closely again. This can contains two servings. So if you drink down the whole can, you just load up your body with 280 calories of pure simple sugar. That would of course keep you high for a while.

But keep reading. It also has a few vitamin B's and a couple of herbal supplements. You can take a vitamin B complex to get at least the amount of %Daily Value. The herbal supplements just overload your body and organ functions.

All in all, the energy drinks in the market are not real energy-producing drinks. They would sap your energy after a few hours and put your health in long-term danger. They don't protect you from the free radicals released by your stressed body and exhausting lifestyle.

So what can you do? How do you get your energy and feel revitalized and rejuvenated?

Why? Read here for details about why NingXia Red is the most potent antioxidant drink in the market that helps you fortify, replenish and rejuvenate your body.

One serving of NingXia Red contains only 19 calories of natural sugar from the fruits. There is artificially added sugar.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Read the Label Before Ordering Your Food

Three years ago, New York City Board of Health banned smoking in restaurants.

Then the Board initiated the move to ban trans fat from all of their food.

Early this year, the Board required the city’s chain restaurants with more than 15 units nationally to list nutritional information and calories on menus and menu boards. These include TGI Friday’s, Outback Steakhouse, Chipotle, Quiznos, Wendy’s, Starbucks, Subway, Auntie Anne’s, Jamba Juice and Chevys chains.

Now these restaurants are required to list the calories along with prices of the foods on the menus to comply with regulations. Click here for details.

When you eat out, it's difficult control the ingredients in the food and how it's prepared. It's likely that you don't know how much you're eating. Now you get a chance to know the calorie and price of the item on the menu. Many people got this whooping calorie shocking reaction in addition to the price-sticker shock.

The typical reaction is ...

"Wow...!! I couldn't believe a small muffin has that many calories."

"I thought I'm eating healthy by just eating salad. But that plate of salad with everything on it cost me 1300 caloires?!"

"That Grande Frappuccino is 430 caloires?! and loaded with fat!!"

Now get this ...

Taco Bell Border Grande Taco Salad with Taco Beef = 1,450 calories

Outback Bloomin' Onion = 2,310 calories

Wendy 3/4 Pound Triple with Cheese = 980 calories

Chiptole Mexican Grilled Chicken Burrito = 1,179 calories

Chili Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream = 1,600 calories

McDonald's Chicken Selects Premium Breast Strips with creamy ranch sauce = 830 calories

Starbucks Pecan Magic Bar = 450 calories

The so-called "low-calorie" or "low-fat" meals in restaurants may not be that low as you would think. Read more about the 16 secrets the restaurant industry doesn't want you to know.

... just food for thoughts ... and think twice before you replace your order.

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Are Squats Better Than Lunges?

Both squats and lunges are great exercises to train your leg muscles - quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes. They are multi-joint compound exercises that work more than one muscle at a time. So they are the basic exercises to help you build muscle or develop strength.

Both your feet are firmly planted on the floor when you squat. You're able to squat more weights than do lunges. When you do lunges, your glutes have to contract harder to control the deceleration on your way down. In addition, lunges are close to most sports and real-life situations where your feet are in the front-and-back stance or position.

You can incorporate both squats and lunges in the same workout session. It could be too demanding to your muscles and central nervous system. One option is do squats for a few workouts and switch to lunges for several other workouts.

You can always change up your training routines by varying the sets and reps through weight variation. Click here to learn how to change up your weight training routine.

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Sunday, July 13, 2008

Can You Really Sleep Off Your Fat?

This is a hot topic in recent months.

More research studies showed that lack of sleep or sleep deprivation make you crave for sweet of fatty foods and eat more calories.

Although it's a long debate as to how much sleep is enough, it likely depends on each individual's need. Some feel fine with 5 to 6 hours of sleep while some others need 9 to 10 hours to feel awake.

A new research study conducted at Laval University in Quebec, Canada showed that only 5 to 6 hours of sleep makes it hard to lose fat. On the other hand, too much sleep doesn't help either.

According to the study, 5 to 6-hour short sleepers are 27% more likely to become obese, gain 124% more body fat and 35% more likely to gain 11 pounds.

9 to 10-hour long sleepers are 21% more likely to become obese, gain 94% more body fat and 25% more likely to gain 11 pounds.

So how much sleep is just right?

7 to 8 hours of sleep seems to be just right.

When you engage in strength training or competitive sports, properly and timely recovery is very important so that you come back to train harder or compete in the games. A good night sleep is definitely your best strategy.

You may not be able to sleep 7 to 8 hours every night. Your sleep most likely fluctuates from day to day (or from night to night). If you don't catch with your sleep, it will catch up with you.

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Friday, July 11, 2008

Ride the Wave like Olympian Dara Torres

A returning Olympic medalist in swimming, Dara Torres could be one of the most covered athletes in 2008 Olympic Game. Her story is so inspiring to anyone who's complaining just about everything in achieving healthy and fit body.

So what's so great about Dara Torres:
  • She's 41 years old - a generation older than most of her competitors. She won medals in her first Olympics in 1984, before many of them were even born.
  • She will go the Beijing Olympics as the oldest ever member of the US swim team.
  • She's a mother and still has maybe the most impressive abs I've ever seen on a women.
  • She's about as all-American wholesome and attractive as could be.
  • She's considered to have the purest and most efficient swimming stroke of any woman in the world.
  • She's medaled in four consecutive Olympics. Beijing will be her fifth, and she's favored to at least medal, possibly win the 50 meter freestyle.
  • She owns 8 Olympic medals.
  • She retired from swimming after 2000 Olympics in Sydney and now she's BACK!
  • she is amazingly fit. If she medals, which is almost a foregone conclusion, she'll be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. If she gets the gold, maybe even Time magazine.

You're never too old to exercise and get fit!!

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Shoulder and Triceps High-Volume Superset

Superset #1 (3-4 sets, 60-sec rest interval)
1A. Smith-Machine 85-degree Shoulder Press x 8-12 reps
1B. Dumbbell Lateral Raise x 12-15 reps

Superset #2 (3-4 sets, 60-sec rest interval)
2A. 1-Dumbbell (2-arm) Overhead Triceps Press x 12-15 reps
2B. Dumbbell Front Raise x 12-15 reps

Superset #3 Triple Dropset (3 sets, 60-sec rest interval)
3A. Rope Triceps Pressdown x 6-8 reps
3B. Rope Triceps Pressdown x 6-8 reps (next lower weight)
3C. Rope Triceps Pressdown x 6-8 reps (further next lower weight)

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