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October 24th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Fit Mind No Responses

Now assume you have a good grasp of Law of attraction and you want to move on to setting goals. Let’s look at someone who is 220 pounds and he decides that he wants to lose weight and achieve an amazing eight pack abs.

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February 24th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: Recipes No Responses

There are probably not many art classes as more theories, opinions and statements of loyalty to the core conflict in the discussion of nutrition and diet. Today there are an infinite number of books and all kinds of other stuff that tells us exactly what it is that we should eat and what not to eventually become as healthy and cool and we should be. Any attempt to underpin their theories with arguments that are easy to adopt and have swept through, whether in the case of the latest technology and science and / or alternative routes, which in fact are often based on ancient science. The thing is that this is all very convincing, but also often totally in contradiction with each other. All who hold a particular diet as a harm healthy seemed utterly convinced that have taken hold of the truth and support it with arguments that a player can be difficult to refute.

But what is right in this regard? Are some things, nonsense ‘while another is truth itself, unshakable and unchangeable? Today the emphasis has been shifting much of the so-called processed food to eat closer to its original form. White sugar and white flour have had it óþvegið, and many dairy products also. Of course, spring up products that are to come “instead of” for these products, and many of its own under that sell them. We must, however not forget that the big industry relies heavily on that we continue to eat food that is produced in largest quantity today; white processed flour, white sugar, meat and dairy products. There are interests that are talking about, and not too surprising that strong voices to protect them begin to become more intense.

But if you want to get a bit closer to where these theories overlap is really laughable thing simple: We should drink lots of water and eat lots of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, seeds and beans. Fat, sugar and salt in large quantities is unhealthy. If the food is almost its original form and as fresh, the greater the likelihood that nutrients are present and if the to us. This is knitted so many things as we know, but likely this is near the intake of which all agree that is good. The question is whether the reason for all these differences, the truth ‘when it comes to nutrition, not the root of their potential to some extent in that it is the individual focus of diet should we? This is a question worth a visit, because in this respect as there are other factors that we have in common as human beings, but our needs as individuals change too immense importance.

Here we probably got one of the fundamental importance of natural healing; individualized approach is necessary if good health to be attained. There are many external factors that are important; where we live, what is available where we live and is easy to get in, which is a season etc.. Personal factors such as metabolic rate, nutrient absorption, intolerance or weakness in the digestive system is also very important. It matters to everybody wondering what he eats, because if it were not for all to count calories or diet study science, then we most live as healthy as long as possible. What suits one well, is not suitable for others. Some never feel better than hráfæði, while others will be eating hot spicy food trick to keep warm. Matartegundir go equally to us, and it is not only ourselves as we witness how it is organized, and ourselves as we learn to listen when your body tells us what nourishes him and what he robs energy. It is art that is worth learning.

We should also continue to question the accepted beliefs, whatever they are, continue to explore and investigate with all kinds of methods, continue to exchange views, but beware of two things; perceive themselves to have taken hold big truth that answers everything for everyone and to think before we swallow anything.

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January 19th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

Instead of trying one of the latest fad diets – usually hard to maintain anyway – think weight management. Use this checklist to get started:

Eat breakfast. Skipping breakfast often results in binge eating later in the day.

Good start: a whole-grain cereal with fruit.

Count Calories. To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you take in.
Tips: Read nutrition labels to learn calories per serving. For unpackaged foods, keep a calorie guide handy or bookmark one online. Continue Reading

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January 19th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: Go Organic No Responses

Instead of trying one of the latest fad diets – usually hard to maintain anyway – think weight management. Use this list to get started:

Eat breakfast. Skipping breakfast often results in binge eating later in the day.

Good start: a whole-grain cereal with fruit.

Count Calories. To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you take in.
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January 19th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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January 15th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

It’s now too cold to run around the park after a long week of classes. School has a. Cozying up to the fireplace is nice, but going outside can be much more fun! If you get snow this time of year, enjoy the winter wonderland just outside your door:

Lace up the snow boots and walk to the grocery store, instead of driving on slick roads. You get a heart-pumping workout while saving on gas.

Round up the family and build a snowman – or snowwoman. Model your snowy friend after a peer, celebrity or yourself. Use props, such aswalking sticks, buttons, hats and sunglasses. Continue Reading

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January 15th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: Go Organic No Responses

It’s now too cold to run around the park after a long week of classes. School has a gym but probably super packed and you would rather do something more fun rather than smelling sweat. Cozying up to the fireplace is nice, but going outside can be much more fun! If you get snow this time of year, enjoy the winter wonderland just outside your door:

Lace up the snow boots and walk to the grocery store, instead of driving on slick roads. You get a heart-pumping workout while saving on gas.

Round up the family and build a snowman – or snowwoman. Model your snowy friend after a peer, celebrity or yourself. Use props, such aswalking sticks, buttons, hats and sunglasses. Continue Reading

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About Us

January 10th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

LifeOnFit.com is a fitness community that grew out of an evening search and debate over fitness. There is a great deal of information on the web regarding fitness and directions on how to improve our health. We can’t promise that we will provide anything extra but we do ascribe to create a fitness community that is willing to work to help each other on the journey towards improved health.

Fitness is a journey. One does not become fit or achieve the health and body they want overnight. It requires very much dedication and willingness to improve. It is important to stay motivated if one desires to achieve this goal. A vibrant community can truly help towards this goal.

There are various programs we are planning to implement. One is the “LOF Challenge.” It’s a month long fitness challenge overlooked by our Sayan. This will help the novice learn how to achieve a short term goal for fitness. We will also implement other long term projects as time goes on.

You can add us on Twitter, YouTube, check out our Facebook page, email us here or here and you can also call us directly at 1-647-547-7171. We look forward to hearing from you.

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January 9th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

LifeOnFit.com is a fitness community that grew out of an evening search and debate over fitness. There is a great deal of information on the web regarding fitness and directions on how to improve our health. We can’t promise that we will provide anything extra but we do ascribe to create a fitness community that is willing to work to help each other on the journey towards improved health.

Fitness is a journey. One does not become fit or achieve the health and body they want overnight. It requires very much dedication and willingness to improve. It is important to stay motivated if one desires to achieve this goal. A vibrant community can truly help towards this goal.

There are various programs we are planning to implement. One is the “LOF Challenge.” It’s a month long fitness challenge overlooked by our Sayan. This will help the novice learn how to achieve a short term goal for fitness. We will also implement other long term projects as time goes on.

You can add us on Twitter, YouTube, check out our Facebook page, email us here or here and you can also call us directly at 1-647-547-7171. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Eat Carbohydrates

January 9th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Diet Plans, Recipes 3 Responses

There are many people avoiding carbs as they think it is ‘bad for you’. In fact, carbs are the most important nutrient to the human body and it is the primary energy source. The most important thing we need to understand is the difference between “good carbs” and “bad carbs”. Also, it is the time at which a person consumes carbs which is very important.

What are good carbs? In scientific terms, these carbs will maintain a steady blood glucose level for long time. In other words, you can eat these and will not be hungry for a while. These carbs are referred to as complex carbohydrates and include oats, brown rice, and whole wheat. “Bad carbs”, when consumed, raises the blood glucose level quickly thus stimulates insulin to lower the glucose level rather quickly also. Continue Reading

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  1. joseph says:

    How many grams of carbs do you need per day?

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    You need about 220 to 275 grams a day

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    What a great resource!

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Clear the Cardio Confusions

January 9th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

There is much confusion about cardio these days. Do I do an interval or moderate or low intensity cardio workout? In my opinion, do what works for you for this is the only way you can stick to it. The most important thing is not what type of cardio you do but the duration of the exercise. Personally I do two types of cardio which are interval and moderate. I think it is very important that you switch up your routine so you don’t get bored and your body doesn’t system doesn’t plateau.

Moderate cardio is when you do a movement continuously within your fat burning heart rate for 45 to 60 minutes. This way all the calories burned, will be directly from the fat stored in the body. For someone who is in a maintenance mode then he/she only needs to do cardio 2 or 3 days per week. For someone who is looking to lose fat, they must do cardio for a minimum of 4, and ideally, 6 days per week. Continue Reading

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Review: The Truth About Abs by Mike Geary

January 9th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

This book is very good guide for anyone who is interested in losing fat and not so much geared to those who want to increase significant muscle size. There are good pointers here for you if you are interested in reducing fat around the abdominal

The beginning of the book, talks about strengthening exercises for the abs. It clearly identifies the importance of strengthening abs, not so much for aesthetics, but more functionality. It further talks about the exercises that are truly important to lose fat and it outlines the correct form for all those exercises. To finish it up, it talks about the importance of nutrition and how to implement a fat loss diet.

The best attribute of this book is that it is very much to the point on all the fitness topics such as workouts, nutrition, and motivation. This book does not go into details about weight lifting, in other words, it’s not an encyclopaedia of fitness or bodybuilding. However, this book covers all the information that an average person will need to improve his body and become more significantly healthy and fit.

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Clear the Cardio Confusions

January 9th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Diet Plans One Response

There is much confusion about cardio these days. Do I do an interval or moderate or low intensity cardio workout? In my opinion, do what works for you for this is the only way you can stick to it. The most important thing is not what type of cardio you do but the duration of the exercise. Personally I do two types of cardio which are interval and moderate. I think it is very important that you switch up your routine so you don’t get bored and your body doesn’t system doesn’t plateau.

Moderate cardio is when you do a movement continuously within your fat burning heart rate for 45 to 60 minutes. This way all the calories burned, will be directly from the fat stored in the body. For someone who is in a maintenance mode then he/she only needs to do cardio 2 or 3 days per week. For someone who is looking to lose fat, they must do cardio for a minimum of 4, and ideally, 6 days per week. Continue Reading

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  1. xMan says:

    You also burn more calories if you do cardio before breakfast.. at the same time you might not be able to do as much.

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Simple science behind Sixpack

January 9th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

The science behind achieving a flat or “six pack” abs is very basic but for whatever reason people make it very complicated. There are a lot of people out there who do close to thousand crunches every day. I hate to tell you that this is only going to make your well defined abs distorted and UGLY. The reason is that abs are like any other muscle and it is not meant to be overworked and over trained. The maximum of three days in a week of a less than 10 min. session is all you need. In my opinion, one day is enough given that your other workouts comprise of heavy compound movements such as squats and dead lifts. Squats and dead lifts will make the abs much stronger than isolated ab exercises. This is because compound exercises causes the core to stabilize or balance the body under very heavy weight. Continue Reading

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Two exercise equals entire body workout

January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

Most people come to the gym and spend hours working out and end up not getting the time to do the major ones. The two major exercises that people often overlook are squats and dead lifts.

The top exercise in the encyclopedia of exercises is the squat. People tend to look for the newest magic trick in fitness and overlook this age old exercise. This exercise has been around since the early 50′s. To this day, there is no other exercise that can strengthen the body from head to toe like the squat can. The Squat is the best exercise for any one who is interested in gaining significant muscle mass. The squat can generate the most testosterone since a person can lift very heavy weights and it involves large muscles. Continue Reading

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Two Exercises Equals Entire Body Workout

January 8th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Exercises No Responses

Most people come to the gym and spend hours working out and end up not getting the time to do the major ones. The two major exercises that people often overlook are squats and dead lifts.

The top exercise in the encyclopedia of exercises is the squat. People tend to look for the newest magic trick in fitness and overlook this age old exercise. This exercise has been around since the early 50′s. To this day, there is no other exercise that can strengthen the body from head to toe like the squat can. The Squat is the best exercise for any one who is interested in gaining significant muscle mass. The squat can generate the most testosterone since a person can lift very heavy weights and it involves large muscles. Continue Reading

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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Simple Science Behind the Sixpack

January 8th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Exercises, Recipes No Responses

The science behind achieving a flat or “six pack” abs is very basic but for whatever reason people make it very complicated. There are a lot of people out there who do close to thousand crunches every day. I hate to tell you that this is only going to make your well defined abs distorted and UGLY. The reason is that abs are like any other muscle and it is not meant to be overworked and over trained. The maximum of three days in a week of a less than 10 min. session is all you need. In my opinion, one day is enough given that your other workouts comprise of heavy compound movements such as squats and dead lifts. Squats and dead lifts will make the abs much stronger than isolated ab exercises. This is because compound exercises causes the core to stabilize or balance the body under very heavy weight. Continue Reading

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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Review: The Truth About Abs by Mike Geary

January 8th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Reviews One Response

This book is very good guide for anyone who is interested in losing fat and not so much geared to those who want to increase significant muscle size. There are good pointers here for you if you are interested in reducing fat around the abdominal

The beginning of the book, talks about strengthening exercises for the abs. It clearly identifies the importance of strengthening abs, not so much for aesthetics, but more functionality. It further talks about the exercises that are truly important to lose fat and it outlines the correct form for all those exercises. To finish it up, it talks about the importance of nutrition and how to implement a fat loss diet.

The best attribute of this book is that it is very much to the point on all the fitness topics such as workouts, nutrition, and motivation. This book does not go into details about weight lifting, in other words, it’s not an encyclopaedia of fitness or bodybuilding. However, this book covers all the information that an average person will need to improve his body and become more significantly healthy and fit.

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    Useful website, keep me personally through searching it, I am seriously interested to find out another recommendation of it.

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Female Weight Training

January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

Many women worry about gaining muscles when lifting weights but Weight training is the best way a person can lose weight. I am not saying that cardio and diet are not important as they all play a role. Unlike cardio though, weight training has the potential to burn calories even after you are done your workout. When you do cardio, you burn calories when you workout and not much longer after. The opposite holds true for weight training because you are challenging your body by weight training and thus your body will need to rebuild your muscle tissue. Consequently, your body will burn many of calories during muscle repair.

Next, as women get older they tend to lose more muscle mass than men. Weight training will certainly prevent this from happening. This is very noticable in feamles over 40 who weight train. As they tend to have a more toned body than women who don’t workout.. Continue Reading

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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The Law of Attraction & Fitness

January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

Most people underestimate the effectiveness of the law of attraction. Many do not even know that the law of attraction exists or what this term means. In simple terms, The Law of Attraction means that you attract to you everything that you think of or visualize. For example, if you always think about driving a special car, according to The aw of attraction, sooner or later this will materialize and become reality. However, the trick is to have a positive affirmation. Pertaining to driving a car, if you affirm, “I would love to get that but I am not sure if I will get it“, with your mind still in doubt or denial, you probably won’t be able to materialize your wants. It is very important to believe that whatever you want is going to take place or has already taken place.

In my opinion, one of the biggest reasons people do not become successful is that they do not know what they want. If you do not even know what you want then how can you expect to be successful? When you look at successful people, they have a focused goal and therefore they can work hard towards attaining that goal and every day is a step closer towards their goal. On the other hand, people fail, because they wake up with different goals and objectives each day. Continue Reading

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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Female Weight Training

January 8th, 2011 by Sayan Categories: Diet Plans No Responses

Many women worry about gaining muscles when lifting weights but weight training is the best way a person can lose weight. I am not saying that cardio and diet are not important as they all play a role. Unlike cardio though, weight training has the potential to burn calories even after you are done your workout. When you do cardio, you burn calories when you workout and not much longer after. The opposite holds true for weight training because you are challenging your body by weight training and thus your body will need to rebuild your muscle tissue. Consequently, your body will burn many of calories during muscle repair.

Next, as women get older they tend to lose more muscle mass than men. Weight training will certainly prevent this from happening. This is very noticable in feamles over 40 who weight train. As they tend to have a more toned body than women who don’t workout.. Continue Reading

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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January 8th, 2011 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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December 26th, 2010 by Arnab Categories: No Responses

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The Law of Attraction & Fitness

July 26th, 2010 by Sayan Categories: Uncategorized One Response

Most people underestimate the effectiveness of The Law of Attraction. Many do not even know that the law of attraction exists or what this term means. In simple terms, The Law of Attraction means that you attract to you everything that you think of or visualize. For example, if you always think about driving a special car, according to The Law of Attraction, sooner or later this will materialize and become reality. However, the trick is to have a positive affirmation. Pertaining to driving a car, if you affirm, “I would love to get that but I am not sure if I will get it”, with your mind still in doubt or denial, you probably won’t be able to materialize your wants. It is very important to believe that whatever you want is going to take place or has already taken place.

In my opinion, one of the biggest reasons people do not become successful is that they do not know what they want. If you do not even know what you want then how can you expect to be successful? When you look at successful people, they have a focused goal and therefore they can work hard towards attaining that goal and every day is a step closer towards their goal. On the other hand, people fail, because they wake up with different goals and objectives each day. Continue Reading

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  1. Jackson says:

    Mind is always over body. Workout needs a correct mindset.