So the holiday season is officially upon us.
Fitness is a multi-faceted goal that can include aspects like good nutrition and proper exercise, as well as attention to emotional health. Work it Out extends to all of these areas, educating readers about best practices in self-care, including advice on workouts, diets and practices to get both your mind and body in shape. Written by a team of experts at 12th Street Gym, Work it Out is a practical guide to staying both fit and fabulous. For more information, visit www.12streetgym.com.
Are you exercising, watching what you eat and still packing on fat? Well, the problem might not be what you are eating, but what you are drinking.
Have you spent countless hours on treadmills and stair climbers, but feel like you have to do even more? Does your exercise program consist only of aerobics classes? Does the scale say that you weigh the right amount, but you get nervous about putting on a swimsuit? If you answered, “yes” to the above questions, then you might be a skinny-fat person.
Have you gotten sick lately? Are you still making progress with your fitness routine? Both of these problems can be affected by one thing: not getting the proper amount of rest.