The Abs Diet
I'm not one to recommend many get fit quick schemes, and I am definitely not a dieter. I would much rather eat whatever I want, whenever I want and work it off as I must. Still, I found the Abs Diet plan intriguing. You know how it goes, a friend at work told me about a guy she knew who lost a lot of weight using the Abs Diet. Before I knew it a group of guys from work were doing it. When they each lost 20-30 pounds I was hooked. I picked up the Women's version of the book and read it from cover to cover. Everything in there is honest to goodness truth. no miracle work, no starving yourself, just applying principles you already know to your daily routine. I tried it for 2 weeks and lost 10 lbs (and 9 inches). THe plan is fairly simple and its was created by a Men's Health editor, the secret is to boost your metabolism and let your body do the work for you. I'm gonna give it a go again after New Years and thought maybe I could interest a few others to jump on the bandwagon with me. What do you say?
I'm not one for working out, but if I could achieve results in 4 minutes each day? That I could make time for. There's only one small catch: the price tag for a ROM Range of Motion Cross Training machine is over $14,000. Perhaps a... I'm not one for working out, but if I could achieve results in 4 minutes each day? That I could make time for. There's only one small catch: the price tag for a ROM Range of Motion Cross Training machine is over $14,000. Perhaps as the buzz about ROM begins to spread, the price may drop, but until then it's best to hope that your very rich friend will buy one for themselves and let you on - for four minutes.
These shoes are three to four times heavier than normal kicks. It's a great way to add some extra weight and burn extra calories. Throw them on for 30 minutes or so a day and you'll get a good, almost effortless workout.