Mounty Lenyeletse
Mounty Lenyeletse
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Mogoditshane ,Botswana
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Email: oscarcanada.mounty@gmail.com Phone: 26772195096
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When it comes to resolutions, you want to focus on changes you can practice daily, since they're more likely to stick with you. Here are the top resolutions for a healthier New Year.

 

There's something about a new year that drives us to wipe the slate clean, put our bad habits behind us, and start fresh. We look back at the resolutions we managed to keep and those that eluded us, and we make promises to take better care of ourselves in the upcoming year. I'm a big fan of resolutions—as long as they're reasonable. Resolutions don't do you much good if they're abandoned before Valentine's Day. You want to focus on the changes you can practice every day, since they're more likely to stick with you—and also on the ones that give you the most bang for your buck. So, here's my list of the top 10 best resolutions for a healthier New Year.

 

1. Eat breakfast.

 

Breakfast eaters are more likely to maintain a healthy weight. And breakfast will also help keep you clear-headed all morning. Your brain needs fuel after an overnight fast.

 

2. Move more.

 

Aside from your regular exercise, try to work more activity into your day. Take the stairs, walk or bike to run errands, pace the floor while you're on the phone, and walk to a co-worker's office instead of e-mailing.

 

3. Don't eat in front of a screen.

 

Whether it's a computer, TV or movie screen, when you're eating in front of it, you're not focusing on your food—you're likely to end up eating more and enjoying it less.

 

4. Stop eating on the run.

 

This means eating in the car, when you're walking down the street running errands, or while you're getting dressed in the morning. Take time to sit down, focus on your meal and enjoy.

 

5. Watch the liquid calories.

 

Unless your liquid is a meal in itself, fluids should be as low calorie as possible. Get most of your calories from foods, not beverages—it's one of the easiest ways to cut out excess calories.

 

6. Stay hydrated.

 

Many of the body's processes rely on water, but plenty of people don't drink enough. Keep water or tea near you and sip throughout the day.

 

7. Include protein every time you eat.

 

Protein satisfies hunger better than fats or carbs. Have some at every meal and grab foods like yogurt, nuts, high protein cereals, shakes, string cheese or single-serve cans of tuna for snacks.

 

8. Have a fruit or vegetable at every meal.

 

Fruits and veggies give you the most nutrition for the fewest calories. And, they're full of water and fiber, which means they fill you up—not out.

 

9. Don't skip meals.

 

Skipping meals rarely works as a calorie-control measure—you'll just end up making up for it at the next meal. Eating small meals and snacks every few hours is a better strategy.

 

10. Pump some iron.

 

Strength training exercise burns calories, can perk up your mood, and it helps to keep your bones strong. It also helps you build muscle mass which makes you stronger and can ultimately increase your resting metabolic rate.

Posted by Mounty Lenyeletse on Saturday 27 February 2021
Everyone loves a challenge. I love a challenge. So, when Herbalife Nutrition launched their latest 21 Day Challenge with Nile Wilson, the elite British gymnast, I was all signed up and ready to go. No extortionate fees or face-to-face time required; just daily updates and videos from Nile via the Herbalife blog that either outlined the workout for that day or, quite refreshingly, imparted a little titbit of knowledge or motivation on the occasional rest day. The workouts are all designed with an Olympian in mind; each session building on both physical and mental strengths you would expect to find in a top athlete. The workouts each lasted between 15-20 minutes, and so were very easy to fit into my daily routine. A favourite was definitely the progression to a handstand, something of a holy grail in bodyweight exercises. I have tried, and failed, to get my body upside down in the past, but the 21-day challenge broke the handstand down into three separate sessions, each a week apart. It was a refreshing approach on what can be quite a daunting task. Other workout sessions see you tackle full body workouts, stretches, core flexibility and stability, and cardio. It is a real mix of pushes and pulls, and you can tell that this is a program designed by an athlete. On day 21, Nile leaves you with his tips on creating good habits and, as someone very well placed to impart such knowledge, you really feel as if you come away with something. The 21-day challenge also requires no gym equipment, with most of the workouts easily done either in the comfort of your own home or outdoors. It was certainly a different approach for me not to be heading straight for the weights, but meant there were no excuses when it came to getting the workouts done. Herbalife Nutrition have supported Nile’s gymnastic career for two years now, and it’s clear that they have the perfect range for both intra and post-workout nutrition. Their CR7 Drive once again kept me well hydrated during the workouts (vital in this heat), and the Rebuild Strength containing protein which supports the growth and maintenance of muscle mass after some of the more physical workouts. If you fancy tackling the 21-day Challenge from Herbalife Nutrition, you can find each workout via the link here. Be sure to watch the videos on each page as Nile talks you through each exercise, why each exercise is important, and gives you priceless nuggets of information and motivation along the way.
Posted by Mounty Lenyeletse on Wednesday 7 October 2020
How to lose weight quickly with herbalife ? 1. Appetite control When attempting to lose weight, getting a grip on your eating habit is an important angle when it comes to the effectiveness of your regime. Emotional eaters face a torrid spell in trying to curb their eating habits. This is where herbalife comes in. It helps to control your eating habits by stimulating the production of enzymes that suppress cravings for some specific types of foods. The chemical serotonin also helps to correct emotional imbalances that cause you to consume food due to escalating emotional situations. 2. Prevention of the formation of fat Finding a way to control the conversion of the energy in your body into fats is the key to controlling a burgeoning waistline. herbalife suppresses the ability of the liver to convert energy into fat and diverts the necessary calories to efforts of building up a lean body with healthy muscles. 3. Well being Many individuals will use food as an attempt to escape feelings of stress and depression. The BHB extract has compounds that lift your mood and improve your general wellbeing, reducing the likelihood of you slipping into stress and crash feeding tendencies. The BHB contained in herbalife has been under study for over a decade now. It provides an effective natural remedy to the problem of weight loss and comes at an affordable price. However, some classes of individuals could experience potential negative effects, for example pregnant women. Check with your doctor to get a go ahead before deciding to use the product. To lose weight quickly with herbalife , you must use it at the correct intervals and in the appropriate amounts.
Posted by Mounty Lenyeletse on Sunday 27 September 2020
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