Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Morris County Personal Trainer Carey Yang to Speak on 7 Steps to Jump-Start New Year’s Resolutions on Fitness and Weight Loss

Morris County Personal Trainer Carey Yang to Speak on 7 Steps to Jump-Start New Year’s Resolutions on Fitness and Weight Loss

Morris County Personal Trainer Carey Yang will present a Fitness Seminar titled “New Year, New Body, New You: 7 Easy Steps to Jump-Start Your New Year’s Resolutions” on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 7:00 pm. This will take place at Rockaway Township Free Public Library in Rockaway, New Jersey.

DENVILLE, NJ -- December 21, 2009 – After busy holiday shopping and feeling stressed out over the year, the average Americans who struggle with the challenge of weight gain and eating healthy would soon realize that it’s the time of the year again – making New Year’s resolutions.

Residents in Morris County area now can learn valuable tips and strategies to overcome the obstacles from achieving their goals in health and fitness. Morris County personal trainer Carey Yang will present a Fitness Seminar on “New Year, New Body, New You: 7 Easy Steps to Jump-Start Your New Year’s Resolutions.”

If the history is repeating itself, the two-thirds of Americans who are already struggling with their weight are likely to put on another 10 to 15 pounds by the New Year. “This is a year-after-year vicious cycle. People gain weight during the holiday season and try to lose weight throughout the year. Most people fail in their effort for the same reason. They quit in the first month at the first sign of self-defeating setback. They end up with net weight-gain of 5 to 10 pounds a year. Gradually, they’re 10, 20, then 30 pounds, or more,” says Yang, a fitness and nutrition expert based in Denville, New Jersey.

Yang says, “The percentage of Americans who break their new year’s resolutions by the end of January is 36% according to a study by the University of Scranton. By the end of June, only about half still stays the course.” “The truth is that most people make the same old New Year’s resolutions that never worked for them. Again, they keep making the same ones but expecting different results,” says Yang. “This is really an interesting human behavior.”

“The keys to making successful New Year’s resolutions are making the right, healthy and challenging goals backed up with daily, weekly, monthly and yearly action steps,” Yang says. “Support system is very important in helping you stay on track. It could be an accountability partner, workout buddy, personal trainer or coach, mastermind group, or online community.

In this special fitness and wellness seminar revealing real secrets to weight loss, body transformation, nutrition and personal success, the attendees will learn:

• The 3 myths about the New Year’s Resolutions

• Top 10 common reasons why most fitness and nutrition programs fail

• The vicious diet cycle

• 5 keys to transforming your body in record time

• Why is this year different from the past?

An Open Forum Q&A Session will follow at the end of presentation.

This seminar will be held at Rockaway Township Free Public Library, 61 Mount Hope Road in Rockaway, New Jersey on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Snow day is Thursday, January 21 at the same time. The seminar is free and open to the public. Registration in person or by phone is required (973-627-2344).

About C. Carey Yang

C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpertTM, is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Denville, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body BlueprintTM Body Transformation System.

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit

He is also available for media interviews, providing a list of tips and articles, and presenting wellness and fitness seminar. Call 973-303-2424 or email
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C. Carey Yang
Phone: 973-303-2424

Thursday, December 17, 2009

If You Just Have to Read One Weight-Loss Book

Speed: The Only Weight Loss Book Worth Reading!

S.P.E.E.D. which stands for Sleep, Psychology, Environment, Exercise, Diet, is the comprehensive approach based on the Bio-Psycho-Social Model. What all that really means is that this book digs deep into how to reduce your body-fat and finally debunking some of the common weight loss myths. Jeff and Matt cover why proper sleep is vital to weight loss, why your mindset matters the most, why exercise is overrated and much more.

Speed: The Only Weight Loss Book Worth Reading!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Being a Picky Eater Can be Good during the Holidays

As kids growing up, we're told by our parents to eat everything and clean the plate.

This advice was meant well with good intention, considering economic situations many, many years ago. Now, we're living in a world of abundance - abundant foods and excess calories that contribute to unhealthy weight gain.

So if you're having a family get-together over the holidays, think twice of the old advice. Before you sit down to chow, "survey" the foods to be served including drinks, appetiziers, entries, deserts, etc.

Instead of eating everything, choose a few (hopefully balanced out with good carb, vegetables, lean protein and essential fats) that you really like and enjoy them.

Leave some room (discretionary calories) for special dishes that you can only have during the holidays.

Practice mindful eating. Take time to chew and bite. Engage in meaningful conversations with friends and family. You'll be likely to feel full longer.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Eat Carb to Lose Weight and Slim Down

Many people start cut their bread, pasta or potato when they want to lose weight. It may seems to have merit.

The whole weight-loss equation is not just about carb, protein or fat and their proportion. It's all about creating caloric deficit through proper nutrition, regular exercise and workout.

When you cut out carbohydrates too much, you also miss out many nutrients. It tends to backfire. It deprives your body and mind (brain) of critical energy sources.

Bread contains carbohydrates that boost brain chemicals to curb overeating.

Pasta has a high fluid content kepping you satisfied longer.

Potato forms resistant starch - fiber that burns fat.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

What Can We Learn from Coffee Stocks?

Wondering why coffee stocks have been doing well recently? Check Starbucks and Green Mountain Coffee.

According to a recent study by Harvard Medical School researchers, drinking coffee could help to cut the risk of advanced prostate cancer.

This is contradictory to a statement by The Prostate Cancer Charity which would not
that men cultivate a heavy coffee drinking habit on the back of this research.

Up to now, the researchers are still not sure unsure which components of coffee might have a positive effect.

It is known to contain many biologically active compounds, such as minerals and antioxidants, which limit damage to the tissues caused by the release of energy in cells.

The coffee intake of nearly 50,000 men every four years from 1986 to 2006 was documented and studied.

More work is needed before any conclusion can be drawn about the beneficial effects of coffee.

"Our results do suggest there is no reason to stop drinking coffee out of any concern about prostate cancer," said to Dr. Wilson.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

The One Rule for Holiday Diet Damage Control

It's the dreadful time of the year that people tend to abandon their health wagon. For many weight-conscious people, this is the most challenging time between Thanksgiving and New Year.

When you follow a very strict diet, you're more vulnetable to temptation and give in in the end. You'd indulge and gain weight - not the ideal scenario.

So what's the number one rule for holiday diet damage control?

Eat the foods you love but in moderation.

Stay tuned... more tips to come.

Eat Your Way to Lowering Cancer Risk

According to a Chinese study, women who eat the most omega-6s and the fewest omega-3s have nearly double the risk of colorectal cancer, compared with those who consume the opposite.

Americans tend to eat too many inflammation-promoting omega-6s and too few heart-healthy omega-3s fatty acids.

For the healthiest ratio, eat fewer omega-6-abundant processed foods. Eat more natural sources of omega-3s such as leafy greens, grass-fed beef, and fatty fish.
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