With more and more North Americans facing obesity and a wide barrage of negative repercussions in terms of overall health, weight loss has become a byword in American conversation. Well, this Walrus takes it seriously!! Watch it.
If the Walrus can do it, so can you.. watch how he does, t-push ups, straight leg pushups, floor side leg raises.and straight leg sit-ups.
With so much attention focused on weight loss nation-wide, it’s difficult for the average Joe to know where to begin. Is it really as simple as jumping on a treadmill, or do more factors need to be considered? Is it a whole lifestyle change, or is it as simple as making one easy change with mountains of possible positive results?
In order to lose weight effectively, it is necessary to reduce the amount of fat in the body. That should be obvious, but it often isn’t. Many North Americans are fixated on the idea of losing weight, but they’re uncomfortable with the idea of committing to a real change to the lifestyles in which they’ve become accustomed. Making the decision to lose weight is the first step to overall success, but it’s only one small step on the road. Many more steps are necessary, and each one needs its own commitment and dedication.
In order to lose weight, a double-sided approach is often warranted. In order to make weight loss effective, the amount of fat that is taken into the body needs to be reduced, and the fat that is already present in the body needs to be reduced. This is often approached with a combination of both diet and exercise. With the plethora of processed and frozen foods, it’s easy to succumb to the easy way out, but basing meals around these quick alternatives is not necessarily the healthiest of options.
Those dedicated to losing weight and improving overall health need to focus on a diet rich in natural foods like fruits and vegetables while staying away from fatty foods and proteins. In addition to a healthier diet, a focus on regular exercise is also a necessity. Committing to a mere twenty minutes of cardiovascular activity a day, five days a week can make a world of difference in overall health, fat loss and increased energy. When cardiovascular exercise like walking, jogging, tennis, biking or swimming is combined with strength building exercises can improve the quality of life while also adding to overall weight loss as a whole.
Taking stock of current circumstances becomes pivotal to overall success when battling unwanted weight. By focusing on the benefits of a healthy diet, regular exercise and regular, sufficient sleep, people can overcome the obstacles of being overweight and take the first step to overcoming life’s challenges one moment at a time. Weight loss is not a one-time decision. It’s a commitment to a better future, a brighter hope and a future of bright tomorrows. Health is one of the best gifts that anyone can give themselves, and it’s not something that should be taken lightly or for granted. Making the commitment to health is a life-long goal that is not as unattainable as many fear. All it takes is a decision, a commitment and a continual follow-through to make dreams of reaching weight loss goals a reality. Taking Weight Loss Seriously
Rob Lagana is a former top male competitive bodybuilder who has achieved numerous athletic accomplishments during his career.
Perhaps the greatest learning experience that Rob Lagana has met, was living with ocular albinism. Several vision problems have occurred
with ocular albinism and has left him legally blind. He really learned how to harness the deep energy it takes to be body / movement aware and through this energy has developed a healing ability which he then learned to use in practice with a Japanese healing system called Usui Reiki.Rob overcomes daily tasks and practices to complete his goals
through determination, hard work and a positive mindset.
Rob Lagana also received his IFBB Nutrition certificate, S.M.A.R.T certificate from Dave Palumbo, and LSF Life Solutions Foundation Whole Food Nutrition certificate. Rob Lagana also have 2 decades of experience in coaching clients for weight loss, wellness and contest prep.. He is certified through NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine).Rob is also Poliquin Group Bio Signature Level 1 and 2 practitioner and overall brings a holistic approach to helping clients reach their goals.
Besides his athletic and coaching experience, he is also a Reiki Master practitioner.Stress is the number one cause of inflammation of the body. This disrupts, cortisol, insulin, brain chemicals and
much more..Reiki has been a natural and effective way of reducing stress, which promotes overall healing in the body.