We all want to be our fittest selves, but with so much advice floating around out there, it can be hard to hone in on what healthcare tips actually work.
To make your life a bit easier, we’ve rounded up a number of our go-to healthy strategies, to help you reach your most ambitious fitness goals even quicker.
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"I know several elite athletes that listen to what we'd consider 'relaxing' music, such as symphony music, while they do a hard workout," says Andrew Kastor. Now it's time to start tracking your progress (and make sure pesky pounds don't find their way back on). If you know you'll be imbibing more than one drink, feel (and sip!
So don't feel like you have to download Lady Gaga because her tunes are supposed to pump you upgo with any music that you find uplifting. "It's best to step on the scale in the morning before eating or drinkingand prior to plunging into your daily activities," says Newgent. That's because it's best to try and fill half your plate with veggies or a mixture of veggies and fresh fruit, says Newgent, so that it's harder to overdo it on the more caloric dishes (like cheesy potatoes or barbecue sauce–slathered ribsyum! ) right by always ordering water between cocktails, says Newgent. "Make it festive by ordering the sparkling variety with plenty of fruit, like a lime, lemon, and orange wedge in a martini or highball glass," adds Newgent.
While there are heaps of good-for-you foods out there, some key ingredients make it a lot easier to meet your weight-loss goals.
And advice we love: "An athlete training for an important race should consider getting one to two massages per month to help aid in training recovery," adds Kastor. Got a late-night sugar craving that just won't quit?