Sometimes it feels as though a new theory comes along every week that asks you to consider the relationship between eating, running and weight loss. Who hasn’t experienced eating everything…
Tag: Weight Loss
We run because we love to, because it makes us feel good and because we want to achieve goals such as our first 10km or first marathon. But for a lot of us we are also hoping that all this running training will lead to losing some of those stubborn kilograms or finally getting rid of our muffin top. And for some of us, running seems to kick start our metabolism and the weight melts off. However if you are pounding the pavement but seeing no results in the weight loss department, then check out the list below for the five most common reasons why you are running all the time but not losing any weight.
To those struggling to lose weight, the holidays usually spell nothing but trouble. Being constantly surrounded by delicious food throughout the season, it takes a lot of willpower to not start gobbling everything in sight.
In order to gauge our level of fitness, it is basic to first know how to calculate our Resting Heart Rate (RHR). Wendy recommended that we count our heart beats for 10 seconds and then multiply the number of heart beats by 6; this allowed us to have a rough gauge of our RHR. It is more accurate to calculate this first thing in the morning when you wake.