Not only does fitness improve your body. It helps your brain function better. Exercise increases serotonin in the brain which leads to improved mental clarity.

Starting new training routine today.. Want to see what difference i can make in my fitness from now to december. Should be fun!

Getting up early and exercising will mean more calories burned through your days activities. This happens because the exercise boosts yours metablism. #fitness

Ever tried pilates? Doing this at least once a week will benefit your training. It will enable you to burn more caloies during exercise, correct you posture and also help release tensions so your body can repair at a much more faster rate.

(Reblogged from spearing-a-hippo)

Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit

check this guy out, hes fucking crazy! cant wait to see the Fat 2 fit part!

Bit windy today

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cookie monster

My new trainers! Boom!

"Beetus-beetus, Diabeetus" its funny cause he cant say it right

Im off to the shop to day to get some new trainers and start jogging again :D… here are some reasons why:-
Running is very good for your health. It provides a great cardiovascular workout, strengthens and tones your muscles. Regular jogging gives better overall physical condition as well as some other health benefits, including mental benefits such as relaxation and reduction of anxiety. Most importantly for many, running is a good way to lose weight and generally get fitter.
Regular Running and Jogging
Regular running and jogging is a good way to improve your health and fitness. You do not need to become a marathon runner to benefit greatly from running. Many people are concerned about long-term damage to joints such as knees, ankles and hips, as a result of running. However, with good quality running shoes and a sensible approach, the risks are minimal, and the benefits of being fitter outweigh those possible risks.
Jogging makes the heart stronger. It increases the capacity of the blood circulation and of the respiratory system. This is essential for maintaining good fitness It also speeds up the digestive system and can help to relieve digestive problems. Many people who live a sedentary lifestyle develop digestive problems that can be improved with a healthier diet  and some regular exercise.

Im off to the shop to day to get some new trainers and start jogging again :D… here are some reasons why:-

Running is very good for your health. It provides a great cardiovascular workout, strengthens and tones your muscles. Regular jogging gives better overall physical condition as well as some other health benefits, including mental benefits such as relaxation and reduction of anxiety. Most importantly for many, running is a good way to lose weight and generally get fitter.

Regular Running and Jogging

Regular running and jogging is a good way to improve your health and fitness. You do not need to become a marathon runner to benefit greatly from running. Many people are concerned about long-term damage to joints such as knees, ankles and hips, as a result of running. However, with good quality running shoes and a sensible approach, the risks are minimal, and the benefits of being fitter outweigh those possible risks.

Jogging makes the heart stronger. It increases the capacity of the blood circulation and of the respiratory system. This is essential for maintaining good fitness It also speeds up the digestive system and can help to relieve digestive problems. Many people who live a sedentary lifestyle develop digestive problems that can be improved with a healthier diet  and some regular exercise.




hahaha typical

Here are the 6 WORST things you can do if you want to ignite your body’s own fat-burning furnace and get lean, strong & totally ripped in less time:
Mistake #1: Doing isolated exercises
Doing isolated exercises like bicep curls and tricep kick-backs will not get you any significant results. These one-muscle-at-a-time moves simply don’t stimulate enough muscle fibers to build lean muscle or expend enough energy to maximize your calorie burn.
If you want to build lean muscle while burning fat so you can get serious definition, you need to perform exercises that stimulate as many muscles and expend as much energy as possible at the same time. 
Mistake #2: Working out with machines
Fancy machines may make the gym look high-end, but truthfully, about the only thing they’re good for is for sitting down while you tie your shoes or catch your breath! The problem is this: Machines alter the way your body naturally moves and restrict your range of motion. This severely limits your ability to fully activate all of your muscles fibers — that means less fat burning and less muscle definition. Worse yet, machines can cause excessive strain on your joints, leading to nagging injuries down the road.
If you want fast results, it’s critical that you incorporate exercises that allow your body to movenaturally with full range of motion so you can skyrocket your metabolism and tone your entire physique. 
Mistake #3: Doing long bouts of cardio
Look, you need to do cardio if you want to lose weight and burn fat…BUT there’s a right way and awrong way to do your cardio workouts. If you’ve been pounding the pavement or the treadmill with nothing to show for it (except sore joints and a pair of stinky worn out sneakers), you already know it takes a lot of effort to get minimal results.
Mistake #4: Doing crunches and sit-ups to get 6-pack abs
If you want washboard abs, doing traditional ab exercises like crunches and sit-ups WILL NOT get you a six pack. In fact, doing any exercises that target your abs won’t get you a six pack either! These so-called “ab” exercises are a complete waste of time. They don’t make your abs get any more defined and they definitely don’t burn any fat.
The key to getting sculpted abs is to burn off that stubborn layer of belly fat that’s hiding them!
Mistake #5: Repeating the same workout routines over and over
Repeating the same workouts over and over is a surefire way to STOP getting results. We’re creatures of habit and we tend to stick to things we’re familiar with and good at. But when it comes to your workouts, if you want to keep making progress and keep seeing changes in your body, you’ve got to start switching things up.
You see, your body has an amazingly ability to adapt quickly and when it does, that’s when you hit the dreaded plateau and you stop making progress. On the next page, I’m going to tell you exactly how often you need to change up your workout routine so you can keep your body guessing to accelerate the results process.
Mistake #6: Doing long workouts
Longer workouts do NOT equal better or faster results. If you’ve been slaving away at the gym and your body isn’t visibly changing, you can’t do more of the same thing and expect a different result.
When it comes to getting lean and fit, your body responds to quality over quantity. 

Here are the 6 WORST things you can do if you want to ignite your body’s own fat-burning furnace and get lean, strong & totally ripped in less time:

Mistake #1: Doing isolated exercises

Doing isolated exercises like bicep curls and tricep kick-backs will not get you any significant results. These one-muscle-at-a-time moves simply don’t stimulate enough muscle fibers to build lean muscle or expend enough energy to maximize your calorie burn.

If you want to build lean muscle while burning fat so you can get serious definition, you need to perform exercises that stimulate as many muscles and expend as much energy as possible at the same time

Mistake #2: Working out with machines

Fancy machines may make the gym look high-end, but truthfully, about the only thing they’re good for is for sitting down while you tie your shoes or catch your breath! The problem is this: Machines alter the way your body naturally moves and restrict your range of motion. This severely limits your ability to fully activate all of your muscles fibers — that means less fat burning and less muscle definition. Worse yet, machines can cause excessive strain on your joints, leading to nagging injuries down the road.

If you want fast results, it’s critical that you incorporate exercises that allow your body to movenaturally with full range of motion so you can skyrocket your metabolism and tone your entire physique. 

Mistake #3: Doing long bouts of cardio

Look, you need to do cardio if you want to lose weight and burn fat…BUT there’s a right way and awrong way to do your cardio workouts. If you’ve been pounding the pavement or the treadmill with nothing to show for it (except sore joints and a pair of stinky worn out sneakers), you already know it takes a lot of effort to get minimal results.

Mistake #4: Doing crunches and sit-ups to get 6-pack abs

If you want washboard abs, doing traditional ab exercises like crunches and sit-ups WILL NOT get you a six pack. In fact, doing any exercises that target your abs won’t get you a six pack either! These so-called “ab” exercises are a complete waste of time. They don’t make your abs get any more defined and they definitely don’t burn any fat.

The key to getting sculpted abs is to burn off that stubborn layer of belly fat that’s hiding them!

Mistake #5: Repeating the same workout routines over and over

Repeating the same workouts over and over is a surefire way to STOP getting results. We’re creatures of habit and we tend to stick to things we’re familiar with and good at. But when it comes to your workouts, if you want to keep making progress and keep seeing changes in your body, you’ve got to start switching things up.

You see, your body has an amazingly ability to adapt quickly and when it does, that’s when you hit the dreaded plateau and you stop making progress. On the next page, I’m going to tell you exactly how often you need to change up your workout routine so you can keep your body guessing to accelerate the results process.

Mistake #6: Doing long workouts

Longer workouts do NOT equal better or faster results. If you’ve been slaving away at the gym and your body isn’t visibly changing, you can’t do more of the same thing and expect a different result.

When it comes to getting lean and fit, your body responds to quality over quantity. 

Ive just passed becoming a gym instructor so i am training my friend ‘Mr stick man’ 


Last week, sanofi-aventis announced the upcoming launch of the blood glucose meters BGStar® and iBGStarTM (developed by sanofi and its partner AgaMatrix), which should be available in early 2011.
Sanofi worked with patients to find out what mattered to them in a meter, and the  result is the BGStar®- a very compact (48 grams) device with a new technology. The meter uses Dynamic Electrochemistry®, which extracts a spectrum of information from the blood that is inaccessible to traditional electrochemical methods. It compensates for many interfering factors that can distort blood glucose results, helping to ensure reliable readings. A complex signal detects and corrects common errors to provide accurate performance.
The meter also has a large, easy-to-read backlit screen and requires only a small sample of blood for an accurate test result. Tests can be completed in as little as six seconds, and no coding eliminates the chance of inaccurate results due to miscoding. Other features include a memory that holds up to 1,865 tests; both hyper- and hypoglycemic alerts; seven programmable alarms; pre- and post-mealtime averages with graphic displays; and 14-, 30-, and 90-day averages.
Software is also a key feature when using the BGStar®. The BGStar® Diabetes Management Software  (available soon as a download) gives the ability to analyze long-term trends as well as specific, detailed information for each test. Data can be printed or emailed to share with your healthcare professional. Also offered are support services for all your diabetes questions (i.e.,insulin pens, blood glucose meters, BGStar® Diabetes Management Software, and iBGStarTMDiabetes Manager App). Professional training for healthcare providers is also available.
The iBGStarTM takes this to the next level as the first blood glucose meter that seamlessly connects to the iPhone® and iPod touch® , allowing you to view and analyze accurate, reliable information in real time. Using the technology built into your iPhone® or iPod® touch and the free downloadable iBGStarTM Diabetes Manager App, you can share this information with your healthcare professional while on the go. The iBGStarTM can also be used on its own if your iPhone is not available.

Last week, sanofi-aventis announced the upcoming launch of the blood glucose meters BGStar® and iBGStarTM (developed by sanofi and its partner AgaMatrix), which should be available in early 2011.

Sanofi worked with patients to find out what mattered to them in a meter, and the  result is the BGStar®- a very compact (48 grams) device with a new technology. The meter uses Dynamic Electrochemistry®, which extracts a spectrum of information from the blood that is inaccessible to traditional electrochemical methods. It compensates for many interfering factors that can distort blood glucose results, helping to ensure reliable readings. A complex signal detects and corrects common errors to provide accurate performance.

The meter also has a large, easy-to-read backlit screen and requires only a small sample of blood for an accurate test result. Tests can be completed in as little as six seconds, and no coding eliminates the chance of inaccurate results due to miscoding. Other features include a memory that holds up to 1,865 tests; both hyper- and hypoglycemic alerts; seven programmable alarms; pre- and post-mealtime averages with graphic displays; and 14-, 30-, and 90-day averages.

Software is also a key feature when using the BGStar®. The BGStar® Diabetes Management Software  (available soon as a download) gives the ability to analyze long-term trends as well as specific, detailed information for each test. Data can be printed or emailed to share with your healthcare professional. Also offered are support services for all your diabetes questions (i.e.,insulin pens, blood glucose meters, BGStar® Diabetes Management Software, and iBGStarTMDiabetes Manager App). Professional training for healthcare providers is also available.

The iBGStarTM takes this to the next level as the first blood glucose meter that seamlessly connects to the iPhone® and iPod touch® , allowing you to view and analyze accurate, reliable information in real time. Using the technology built into your iPhone® or iPod® touch and the free downloadable iBGStarTM Diabetes Manager App, you can share this information with your healthcare professional while on the go. The iBGStarTM can also be used on its own if your iPhone is not available.