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By alternating between a few minutes at a moderate pace and throwing in bursts at a faster pace, you'll burn more calories, build endurance, and become faster and stronger. Not to mention, intervals are also proven to reduce belly fat.
Hello and welcome to our October
This month, we'll be sharing stretching tips and ways to make a healthy lunch that's more fun.
7 Smart Stretching Tips
By Berkeley Wellness
Stretching, a key element of fitness, improves flexibility and allows you to move your joints through their full range of motion. It can enhance physical performance and relieve muscle tension and stiffness. But will it prevent injuries? Some experts say yes, others say no. And is there a right and wrong way to stretch? Different methods have their advocates. Here's how to get the most out of your stretches.
1. Stretch Safely
Stretching too vigorously, holding a stretch too long or stretching until it hurts is not recommended. Stretching should feel good. Static stretching, in which you stretch through a muscle's full range of movement until you feel resistance but not pain, is probably the safest type. Stretch to the point of mild discomfort, at most, and then ease up. If you feel any pain, stop.
Never Eat a Boring Lunch Again With These 5 Simple Tips
By Caroline Cote-Bergevin
Whatever your particular situation is, odds are that the idea of having to pack your lunch box every day is filling you with dread. Let's face it, we're all leading busy lives, and coming up with exciting lunch ideas for the whole week is not always easy.
While eating out may be a tempting option, it can get costly. Indeed, Americans spend almost $3000 a year on lunches! Eating homemade meals instead of packaged processed foods can save you the unnecessary expense and calories. Going out to eat often is linked to an overall poorer diet and increased risk of obesity. If that's not food for thought, we don't know what is!
1. Reinvent Your Salad
packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber, making salads a solid healthy choice for lunch. However, they can easily become boring if you eat them plain and stick to the same combos.
Are you guilty of using the same old pre-packed iceberg lettuce in all your salads? There's no shame in it (we've all been there!) but switching up your greens goes a long way in making your lunch more interesting. Try using massaged kale, baby romaine, cabbage, and even bok choy in your next salad.