Monthly Archives: March 2017

Weight Training Exercise

Lets face it how many of us 100 percent happy with our bodies and how many of us feel great about our bodies when we walk along the beach on our vacation. There’s that wobbly bit around our middle that hangs over our swin shorts and the flabby upper arms. The butt, now we all want the perfect tight sexy one but has it started to sag on its journey south.None of these sound great do they, so why do we accept them.

Well lets do something about it, but lets forget those fad diets we all know that they don’t work. Yes we might have short term results with a fad diet but the dreaded fat always returns. We need to sort out the fat with a proper strategy, one that will last and one that will be ongoing for that enviable firm lean healthy body that we all yearn for.  There is a right way to your perfect body. The right way will tone up your muscles, make them firmer and stronger and burn that unwanted fat that seems to respond to nothing. The other important benefit is that you get healthier in the process. The right way is a mixture of cardio and weight training. Now some people dismiss weight training because they think of the big muscle bodies that compete in bodybuilding competitions.

Weight training doesn’t have to be about big muscles, but there is nothing wrong with big muscles if you are into body building. If you want weight training can be about toned firm muscles. There are many ways to combine cardio with weight training and it doesn’t have to be a chore, you can enjoy your workouts and reap the benefits of a healthier lifestyle while looking great into the bargain. No more wobbly bits hanging out, no more lack of energy and no more struggling to get into your favourite clothes that you seem to have out grown.  Make the commitment to yourself that you will get fit, firm, lean and healthy and wave goodbye to those wobbly bits forever.

Physical Exercise, Fitness

All of us suspect that there is a close relation between sexual performance and a systematic physical exercise regime. We will see hereunder why this is absolutely true, focusing mainly on the three more fundamental reasons.

This article is mainly addressed to men but there is some interest for women too.

1. A carefully trained body will elicit a distinctly better sexual response from your mate. You will be treated specially and will be lavishly rewarded for your patience and efforts. This will maximize your sexual pleasure. But there is something more: action will be bring the befitting reaction and the benefit will be mutual! I will never claim that a well trained body is the utmost criterion as far as it regards sex. There are other things,much more important for a steady,intimate relationship. But a trained body has a word to say, too!

2. High sexual performance will demand:

– Endurance and high levels of energy so as the erotic play can last for hours rather than minutes. Since men play the protagonistic roll – at least in Greece – they should possess the necessary stamina.
– Speed which will be necessary for the various crescendos.
– Strength which is needed to hold oneself in the right position for long spans of time and for the right penetration.
– And finally flexibility for adding more options to the sexual ritual.

3. Physical exercise and a well trained body will make you feel more sexy and help you achieve a better quality in your sexual performance. This is a powerful psychological factor! Physical exercise will help men have a better sex through their whole life span. Do not forget about the ever increasing number of impotency problems,even among young men! Whether they are due to psychological or functional

The Perfect Exercise Fit For Every Lifestyle

You have been trying to stay in shape, get back into shape and/or generally lead a healthier lifestyle; you may have bought an exercise machine or even joined a gym. So how come the gym membership has just turned into another bill and the treadmill is serving as a silent butler, with piles of laundry hanging on it? The truth is that exercise machines are boring and gym memberships are expensive (especially if you’re not using them). Why not try and enjoy the many benefits of walking – the perfect exercise!

We all live in a society which basically has eradicated any form of natural exercise which could be beneficial to us. Think about it: We basically live in our cars! We run our errands by entering drive-through restaurants, post offices and what not. You can’t simply walk to the corner store to pick up a few items, anymore. Our whole infrastructure is designed based upon the automobile and we are programmed to use it whenever possible. If you want to exercise you can drive to the gym. How ironic!

However, walking is an exercise most anyone can do. It does not cost anything and does not require special equipment to reap the benefits of walking. Walking is by far the easiest exercise and can be incorporated into any daily routine. Walking briskly 30 minutes a day, five times a week is all you need as part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle!

Walking is probably also the safest, natural form of exercise you can do. To walk most effectively, if you want to lose weight, is to alternate between intervals of slow, moderate and fast speeds during your walking session. That gives you a good cardio workout and will keep your body burning calories long after you are done walking. This walking technique is called Power Walking. Don’t forget about warming up if your walk is to contain strenuous paces to prevent injury.

You may wonder about the amount of calories burnt while walking?
The short answer is that a person burns between 80 and 100 calories per mile walked, depending on the terrain and the pace.

If you want to walk just to relax, don’t regard your walk as exercise, per se. Try to unwind and let your mind and body relax! Enjoy the sights and sounds which surround you. Take the time to take in nature: enjoy the landscape, the sound of wildlife and the fresh air! Of course it would be best if you can walk in a park setting to get the most out of your walk.

Here are some of the benefits of walking (in no particular order):


  • improves your mobility, and increases your energy level.
  • decreases your stress level.
  • is a great way to lower blood pressure bad cholesterol.
  • is a low impact exercise.
  • helps prevent obesity, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
  • helps you lose weight.
  • is a motivator, a “gateway exercise”. Walking gets your blood flowing and makes you want to exercise more.