Lose Weight And Skyrocket Your Metabolism With Regular Cardiovascular Exercise
Do you try to eat well, even diet, but aren't seeing the results you were hoping for? Are you just trying to gain more energy? Do you ever feel like you're not breathing enough?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above you should consider the proven, time-tested weight loss tool called cardiovascular exercise.
I know that it's terribly hard to start walking or jogging when you have so much stress to deal with in your life. I've been through this myself numerous times, but I can always count on the fact that even walking around outside or parking far away from the store can truly increase my energy and metabolism.
For maximum results, balance your meals with a ratio based on 40% carbs, 30% protein, and 30% fat; and do 10 minutes of walking, jogging or running on 3-5 days of the week.
We all have tons of work to do. At many times, we can't follow the idealistic command of "get off your fat ass and just do it," so I'm not telling you that. That would be pure hypocrisy, so the advice I give to you is to just take 10 minutes to do cardiovascular exercise next time you want to watch television or talk on the phone with a friend.
If you want to make this weekly exercise easier on yourself, you should take a moment to visit our weight loss forum, over at PhenForum.com. Start your own personal daily progress journal and post whenever your want. Expect nothing less than tons of support from our community of friends with the same goal; healthy weight loss!
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