Saturday, April 23, 2016

Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 4 by Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven



Fitness and Living Jigsaw:  Number 4




What signs of better strength, wellness, and living have you seen since Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 3

Remind yourself again:  You deserve to live well and be well.  Making fitness and good nutrition a routine, a habit, and expression of how you respect yourself is essential to developing a desire to get moving and stay moving.  

It is imperative to understand the power of health and wellness.  One of the most critical factors in the process of physical, mental, and emotional wellness is you.  Your creativity, choices, workout equipment, awareness of your own abilities, evaluation of health goals, and execution of good habits is essential.  Execution and implementation can be a challenge, although without implementing the proper healthy habits all the reading of exercise articles will not make you physically stronger.  Rather than a specific plan, this article supplies guidelines, inspiration, and ideas to spark your interest.

Often I am asked about my routine for healthy living and how I maintain good fitness, especially when I am regularly baking, cooking, and always on the hunt for excellent restaurants.  No big secrets here.  I eat well, get a good amount of sleep, rest, and give my body and mind a good workout.  If anyone knows a thing or two about fitness and nutrition, it’s me.  And if I can do it, you can too.  A background of teaching health and physical education, as well as a lifelong interest in nutrition, has been essential to maintaing an excellent level of fitness, energy, and strength for me.  

Models, actors, athletes.  The images we see in ads, movies, and media can influence our goals and perceptions.  Keep in mind the people in those professions spend a lot of time and have a lot of time to look their best.  Or computer graphics best.  Rather than focusing on images in media, focus on health and wellness for the mind, body, and soul.  We all approach fitness at various levels, perspectives, and habits based upon previous experiences and family environment.  Take a moment to reflect upon good values, the ideas you hold close, that will be the center of what gets you physically fit.  Structure your day, fight for the time to eat well and get physically fit.  Work toward betterment, not perfection.  Be prepared to respond in life.  That means being ready to plan out options and alternatives to preserve your health and wellness.  We all know life is a continual journey, full of difficulties and blessings.  Put on some good music, turn up the volume, and get liberated from those unhealthy habits.  

Working out is not enough for our bodies.  Diet, what you eat, what you buy at the store and bring home to your kitchen, is highly significant to strong abs and obliques.  Purchase and prepare foods that satiate your appetite.  Eat seasonally and enjoy the monthly flavors.  Your fitness routine also needs variety.  Mix up your activities.  Sleep is also key.  The body, mind, and soul need rest and revitalizing.  Sometimes preparing yourself is the key.  Remind yourself in verbal or written form to work out the next day or after work.  Repeat that reminder each night before you go to bed.  This mantra may be the key to applying the health and wellness information you know to do. 

Eat.  Enjoy.  Satiate.  Satisfy.  Get nutrients.  Deal with emotions.  Make something beautiful to make your belly happy.  Breathe.  Those daily habits make a difference.  In my book, candy, cakes, cookies, and desserts are not the devil.  Too many sweets and too often is not good.  Not to worry though.  Take a breath.  If you get off the path of healthy living, I’m confident you can do better next time.  As David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD stated, “Overeating doesn't make us fat.  The process of becoming fat makes us overeat.  In other words, hunger and overeating are the consequences of an underlying problem.  Follow a simple lifestyle prescription focused on enjoyable physical activities, sleep, and stress relief to improve metabolism and support permanent behavior change.”

Jigsaw Number 4:  Core and Aerobic Options

Bicycle Crunches




Elimination Tag





As part of building stronger abdominal and heart muscles change up your routine with bicycle crunches or a game of elimination tag.  Begin with either activity and then work up to doing more of that exercise.  You may find doing variations on your movements or variations on speed and distances makes working out more interesting for you and you may see better results.  

Bicycle crunches is a powerful workout to build stronger abdominal muscles.  Carefully and slowly pedal your legs in the air while on your back. Protectively hold the back of your head.  Hold in your abs.  Remember to breathe.  Alternate with your left and right shoulders reaching for the opposite side knee.  Left shoulder toward right bent knee.  Right shoulder toward left bent knee.

Elimination tag is another significant option to get your heart pumping and lungs working hard.  Games are fun, enhance your mood, make you laugh, and don’t feel like exercise.  Gather friends, family, or your kids together for a friendly match.  Line up the players at one end of the field marked with cones.  Choose two players to be “it”.  The “it” players stand in the middle of the playing field.  The players must move to the other end of the playing field without being tagged.  If tagged or run out of bounds, a player becomes “frozen” in the spot and attempts to tag other players.  Continue playing until only two remaining players remain.  A new game begins with the two remaining players as “it”.

Join with your family and friends today.  Find a locale to work out that gets you inspired.  Then return here and share your progress, tips, and what you learned.  Please remember all information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.











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Note: All information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.  
Use of this information is at your own risk in regard to any losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

Credits:  drweil.com/drw/u/ART03528/Always-Hungry-David-Ludwig.html, Image courtesy of [lkunl] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net, Image courtesy of [stockimages] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Monday, April 18, 2016

Doris Roberts: An Inspiration by Jesse Bluma



Doris Roberts:  An Inspiration





We lost a star and heaven gained a brilliant soul.  

"5-time Emmy® Award winner and 11-time Emmy® nominee Doris Roberts is seen on television and in film every day, all around the world.  Voted #3 ‘Favorite Mom of All Time’ in an audience survey by ABC News and People Magazine, her character ‘Marie Barone’ is a cherished icon in over 160 countries – a role that earned 4 of her 5 television Emmys®. 

'I knew I wanted to be an actor when I was in kindergarten,' says Doris.  'I was cast in a school play where I had only one line: ‘I am Patrick Potato and this is my cousin, Mrs. Tomato.’  When I heard the audience burst with laughter, I knew I wanted to be an actor!  That’s the bug that bit me and it’s been biting me ever since."

Doris Roberts exemplified impressive range as an actress.  Her character, Mildred Krebs, in Remington Steele is most memorable and a personal favorite.  A mix of good acting, nostalgic references to old movies, and a sometimes over the top spirit make it better than so many other programs.  The cast includes Stephanie Zimbalist, Pierce Brosnan, Doris Roberts, James Read, Janet Demay, Beverly Garland, Maryedith Burrell, Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Stephanie’s father), Cassandra Harris (Pierce’s first wife), James Tolkan, and many other great actors.  The show’s music and theme by Henry Mancini.  The city of Los Angeles acts as a great setting-- Century Plaza Towers providing home base for much of the mystery solving and action. 




Doris’ charitable work on behalf of the elderly and animals, drive to continually work and learn the craft of acting, and her perseverance after the passing of her husband make her an inspiration.  In addition, her roles on Angie, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Everybody Love’s Raymond, and more will live on as a terrific legacy of love, laughter, and strength.  She was a classic.

Stephanie Zimbalist noted, "My heart goes out to Doris's son Michael, wife Jane and grandchildren, and the legions of her fans and supporters.  What a dame she was.  When you needed Doris, she was right there.  Flights of angels, dear Doris."

Pierce Brosnan also paid tribute to Doris, "...my dear Doris, I am so very saddened to hear the news of your passing, I loved you Doris, we had so many good laughs together, and you always knew where the laughs were, you never forgot the audience...my heartfelt love and condolences go out to your family... You will be missed by many, forever and the day, but your work shall live on. Love life and laughs ...God bless.  ...dear Doris, we had fun did we not...you were a joy to work with, you made me laugh and you made my work better for the laughter... Love life work and laughter...here's to higher ground ...RIP".












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Friday, April 8, 2016

Ranked Number 1: Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven



Ranked Number 1:  Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven





This is the best community.  As far as I am concerned, you are the most supportive, thoughtful, and quality audience of readers.  It was an honor to discover from Zomato that my site ranked number one and I earned the rank of #10 foodie. 

As you are, I am a food lover.  As a food writer I am always looking for restaurants and other establishments that offer an excellent dining environment.  Sharing and reading reviews is essential to discovering more new places and more about places that get my repeat business.  

Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven is editorially independent.  No payment is accepted for editorial coverage.  Following the food code of conduct is vital to me to maintain reviews that provide the full picture, factual, and useful information.  My reviews are created with you in mind and my standards are high.  Thank you for sharing your restaurant suggestions with me and for going along with me on this food expedition.  Ranking number one is because of your interest, interactions, and shared joy of eating well.

Zomato is a restaurant search and discovery service founded by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah.  Zomato's mission is to ensure 'nobody has a bad meal'.  The service helping people discover great places around them through the use of data and a vast community of food lovers sharing their reviews.  This culminates in a better experience for restaurant owners, allowing them to focus more on the food and dining experience.”




Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven is a dynamic community of food lovers and thank you again for making this a number one site.  As you do, I appreciate chefs that liberate taste in cookery, utilize quality ingredients, and the culinary worlds of California, Central, and South America.  Zomato is an excellent way to keep updated on restaurants, bars, bakeries, and more that provide excellence in the food world.  Please click here to follow me on Zomato and share your restaurant recommendations.






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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 3 by Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven



Fitness and Living Jigsaw:  Number 3





What signs of better strength, wellness, and living have you seen since Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 2

Remind yourself again:  You deserve to live well and be well.  Making fitness and good nutrition a routine, a habit, and expression of how you respect yourself is essential to developing a desire to get moving and stay moving.  

It is imperative to understand the power of health and wellness.  One of the most critical factors in the process of physical, mental, and emotional wellness is you.  Your creativity, choices, workout equipment, awareness of your own abilities, evaluation of health goals, and execution of good habits is essential.  Execution and implementation can be a challenge, although without implementing the proper healthy habits all the reading of exercise articles will not make you physically stronger.  Rather than a specific plan, this article supplies guidelines, inspiration, and ideas to spark your interest.

Often I am asked about my routine for healthy living and how I maintain good fitness, especially when I am regularly baking, cooking, and always on the hunt for excellent restaurants.  No big secrets here.  I eat well, get a good amount of sleep, rest, and give my body and mind a good workout.  If anyone knows a thing or two about fitness and nutrition, it’s me.  And if I can do it, you can too.  A background of teaching health and physical education, as well as a lifelong interest in nutrition, has been essential to maintaing an excellent level of fitness, energy, and strength for me.  

Models, actors, athletes.  The images we see in ads, movies, and media can influence our goals and perceptions.  Keep in mind the people in those professions spend a lot of time and have a lot of time to look their best.  Or computer graphics best.  Rather than focusing on images in media, focus on health and wellness for the mind, body, and soul.  We all approach fitness at various levels, perspectives, and habits based upon previous experiences and family environment.  Take a moment to reflect upon good values, the ideas you hold close, that will be the center of what gets you physically fit.  Structure your day, fight for the time to eat well and get physically fit.  Work toward betterment, not perfection.  Be prepared to respond in life.  That means being ready to plan out options and alternatives to preserve your health and wellness.  We all know life is a continual journey, full of difficulties and blessings.  Put on some good music, turn up the volume, and get liberated from those unhealthy habits.  

Working out is not enough for our bodies.  Diet, what you eat, what you buy at the store and bring home to your kitchen, is highly significant to strong abs and obliques.  Purchase and prepare foods that satiate your appetite.  Eat seasonally and enjoy the monthly flavors.  Your fitness routine also needs variety.  Mix up your activities.  Sleep is also key.  The body, mind, and soul need rest and revitalizing.  Sometimes preparing yourself is the key.  Remind yourself in verbal or written form to work out the next day or after work.  Repeat that reminder each night before you go to bed.  This mantra may be the key to applying the health and wellness information you know to do. 

Eat.  Enjoy.  Satiate.  Satisfy.  Get nutrients.  Deal with emotions.  Make something beautiful to make your belly happy.  Breathe.  Those daily habits make a difference.  In my book, candy, cakes, cookies, and desserts are not the devil.  Too many sweets and too often is not good.  Not to worry though.  Take a breath.  If you get off the path of healthy living, I’m confident you can do better next time.  As David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD stated, “Overeating doesn't make us fat.  The process of becoming fat makes us overeat.  In other words, hunger and overeating are the consequences of an underlying problem.  Follow a simple lifestyle prescription focused on enjoyable physical activities, sleep, and stress relief to improve metabolism and support permanent behavior change.”

Jigsaw Number 3:  Cardiovascular 

Stair Climbs




Sprinting




As part of building better cardiovascular health change up your routine with stair climbs or sprinting.  Begin with either activity and then work up to doing more of that exercise.  You may find doing variations on your movements up or down steps or variations on sprinting speed and distances makes working out more interesting for you and you may see better results.  

Stair climbing is a powerful workout for your legs, abdominals, and gluteal muscles.  Climbing up and down stairs a few times a week can produce results and build up body strength.  Stair climbing has the benefit of being a free workout, if there is a set of stairs at work, school, your home, on a beach trail, et cetera.

Sprinting is another significant option to build cardiovascular health and wellness.  You may wish to vary your walking or jogging routine with intervals of sprinting.  Walk or jog then move into a sprint, moving your body at a faster speed and intensity.  After 30 seconds slow back down to your walking or jogging pace.  Repeat.  Sprinting has the benefit of being able to be performed on a treadmill or outside.

Join with your family and friends today.  Find a locale to work out that gets you inspired.  Then return here and share your progress, tips, and what you learned.  Please remember all information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.











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Note: All information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.  
Use of this information is at your own risk in regard to any losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

Credits:  drweil.com/drw/u/ART03528/Always-Hungry-David-Ludwig.html, Image courtesy of [lkunl] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net, Image courtesy of [stockimages] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

Friday, February 26, 2016

Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 2 by Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven



Fitness and Living Jigsaw:  Number 2




What signs of better strength, wellness, and living have you seen since starting Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 1?

Remind yourself:  You deserve to live well and be well.  Making fitness and good nutrition a routine, a habit, and expression of how you respect yourself is essential to developing a desire to get moving and stay moving.

It is imperative to understand the power of health and wellness.  One of the most critical factors in the process of physical, mental, and emotional wellness is you.  Your creativity, choices, workout equipment, awareness of your own abilities, evaluation of health goals, and execution of good habits is essential.  Execution and implementation can be a challenge, although without implementing the proper healthy habits all the reading of exercise articles will not make you physically stronger.  Rather than a specific plan, this article supplies guidelines, inspiration, and ideas to spark your interest.

Often I am asked about my routine for healthy living and how I maintain good fitness, especially when I am regularly baking, cooking, and always on the hunt for excellent restaurants.  No big secrets here.  I eat well, get a good amount of sleep, rest, and give my body and mind a good workout.  If anyone knows a thing or two about fitness and nutrition, it’s me.  And if I can do it, you can too.  A background of teaching health and physical education, as well as a lifelong interest in nutrition, has been essential to maintaing an excellent level of fitness, energy, and strength for me.  

Models, actors, athletes.  The images we see in ads, movies, and media can influence our goals and perceptions.  Keep in mind the people in those professions spend a lot of time and have a lot of time to look their best.  Or computer graphics best.  Rather than focusing on images in media, focus on health and wellness for the mind, body, and soul.  We all approach fitness at various levels, perspectives, and habits based upon previous experiences and family environment.  Take a moment to reflect upon good values, the ideas you hold close, that will be the center of what gets you physically fit.  Structure your day, fight for the time to eat well and get physically fit.  Work toward betterment, not perfection.  Be prepared to respond in life.  That means being ready to plan out options and alternatives to preserve your health and wellness.  We all know life is a continual journey, full of difficulties and blessings.  Put on some good music, turn up the volume, and get liberated from those unhealthy habits.  

Working out is not enough for our bodies.  Diet, what you eat, what you buy at the store and bring home to your kitchen, is highly significant to strong abs and obliques.  Purchase and prepare foods that satiate your appetite.  Eat seasonally and enjoy the monthly flavors.  Your fitness routine also needs variety.  Mix up your activities.  Sleep is also key.  The body, mind, and soul need rest and revitalizing.  Sometimes preparing yourself is the key.  Remind yourself in verbal or written form to work out the next day or after work.  Repeat that reminder each night before you go to bed.  This mantra may be the key to applying the health and wellness information you know to do. 

Eat.  Enjoy.  Satiate.  Satisfy.  Get nutrients.  Deal with emotions.  Make something beautiful to make your belly happy.  Breathe.  Those daily habits make a difference.  In my book, candy, cakes, cookies, and desserts are not the devil.  Too many sweets and too often is not good.  Not to worry though.  Take a breath.  If you get off the path of healthy living, I’m confident you can do better next time.  As David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD stated, “Overeating doesn't make us fat.  The process of becoming fat makes us overeat.  In other words, hunger and overeating are the consequences of an underlying problem.  Follow a simple lifestyle prescription focused on enjoyable physical activities, sleep, and stress relief to improve metabolism and support permanent behavior change.”

Jigsaw Number 2:  Balance and Coordination Options

Yoga




Dance Club




As part of building better balance and coordination incorporate or change up your routine with yoga or hit the dance floor.  Begin with either activity and then work up to doing more of that exercise.  You may find various kinds of yoga or dance makes working out more interesting for you and you may see better results.  

Sophie Herbert Slater is a yoga teacher whose articles I regularly read.  As a yoga teacher and editor-in-chief of Arogya, I have learned from her columns to drink water and be mindful of hydration before and after yoga lessons.  “Sophie Herbert Slater is a certified life coach and alignment focused yoga teacher who is committed to helping her clients develop greater self-trust, overcome obstacles, and build more meaningful lives”.  The body needs proper care inside and out.  Sophie’s website is coachwithsophie.com.

Show off your moves.  Join the crowd on the dance floor at your local club, bar, or dance studio.  If that is too intimidating at first, warm up in front of the mirror at home.  Crank up the tunes and move those feet to the rhythm.  Life is too short to stay home though.  Get on a dance floor, burn those calories, get that heart rate up, laugh, and have a brilliant time.  Reminders:  Bring your identification.  Find out the dress code.  Go with a friend or two.  Don’t let your cell phone monopolize your attention.  Stay off the walls, stairs, and walkways-- that’s a good way to get bumped and trampled.  Be kind to the bartender-- tip 20% (unless tipping is not culturally acceptable).  Drink-Water-Drink-- Stick with lower calorie cocktails and keep the water flowing.  You are there to get moving, not fall down.  Lastly, remember to take breaks and keep dry by patting off any sweat.  

Join with your family and friends today.  Find a locale to work out that gets you inspired.  Then return here and share your progress, tips, and what you learned.  Please remember all information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.











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Note: All information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.  
Use of this information is at your own risk in regard to any losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

Credits: drweil.com/drw/u/ART03528/Always-Hungry-David-Ludwig.html, Image courtesy of [imagerymajestic] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net, 
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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Join me on Zomato



Join me on Zomato





Zomato is a restaurant search and discovery service founded in 2008 by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah.  The service began as 'Foodiebay', conceptualised in the cafeteria of Bain and Company.  Customers would line up to look at the menus to order food during the lunch hour.  Realizing this took up a large amount of everyone's time on a daily basis, Deepinder and Pankaj decided to scan restaurant menus and upload it on an intranet website for Bain employees.  

In November 2010, Foodiebay was renamed to Zomato.  Zomato started 2015 by acquiring Seattle-based food portal Urbanspoon for an undisclosed sum.  Urbanspoon was a restaurant information and recommendation service founded in 2006 by former Jobster employees  Ethan Lowry, Adam Doppelt, and Patrick O’Donnell.”

Zomato's mission is to ensure 'nobody has a bad meal'.  The service helping people discover great places around them through the use of data and a vast community of food lovers sharing their reviews.  The service also provides access for online ordering and reservations.  This culminates in a better experience for restaurant owners, allowing them to focus more on the food and dining experience.”




As a food lover and writer I am always looking for restaurants and other establishments that offer excellent food, drinks, service, and dining environment.  Sharing and reading reviews is essential to discovering more new places and more about places that get my repeat business.  Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven is editorially independent.  No payment is accepted for editorial coverage.  Following the food code of conduct is vital to me to maintain reviews that provide the full picture, factual, and useful information.

I appreciate chefs that liberate taste in cookery, provide gourmet goods made with organic ingredients, the culinary worlds of California, Central, and South America, quality dishes, and restaurateurs that respect local and fresh products.  Zomato is an excellent way to keep updated on restaurants, bars, bakeries, and more that provide excellence in the food world.  Please click here to follow me on Zomato and share your restaurant recommendations.






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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Fitness and Living Jigsaw: Number 1 by Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven



Fitness and Living Jigsaw:  Number 1






It is imperative to understand the power of health and wellness.  One of the most critical factors in the process of physical, mental, and emotional wellness is you.  Your creativity, choices, workout equipment, awareness of your own abilities, evaluation of health goals, and execution of good habits is essential.  Execution and implementation can be a challenge, although without implementing the proper healthy habits all the reading of exercise articles will not make you physically stronger.  Rather than a specific plan, this article supplies guidelines, inspiration, and ideas to spark your interest.

Often I am asked about my routine for healthy living and how I maintain good fitness, especially when I am regularly baking, cooking, and always on the hunt for excellent restaurants.  No big secrets here.  I eat well, get a good amount of sleep, rest, and give my body and mind a good workout.  If anyone knows a thing or two about fitness and nutrition, it’s me.  And if I can do it, you can too.  A background of teaching health and physical education, as well as a lifelong interest in nutrition, has been essential to maintaing an excellent level of fitness, energy, and strength for me.  

Models, actors, athletes.  The images we see in ads, movies, and media can influence our goals and perceptions.  Keep in mind the people in those professions spend a lot of time and have a lot of time to look their best.  Or computer graphics best.  Rather than focusing on images in media, focus on health and wellness for the mind, body, and soul.  We all approach fitness at various levels, perspectives, and habits based upon previous experiences and family environment.  Take a moment to reflect upon good values, the ideas you hold close, that will be the center of what gets you physically fit.  Structure your day, fight for the time to eat well and get physically fit.  Work toward betterment, not perfection.  Be prepared to respond in life.  That means being ready to plan out options and alternatives to preserve your health and wellness.  We all know life is a continual journey, full of difficulties and blessings.  Put on some good music, turn up the volume, and get liberated from those unhealthy habits.  

Working out is not enough for our bodies.  Diet, what you eat, what you buy at the store and bring home to your kitchen, is highly significant to strong abs and obliques.  Purchase and prepare foods that satiate your appetite.  Eat seasonly and enjoy the monthly flavors.  Your fitness routine also needs variety.  Mix up your activities.  Sleep is also key.  The body, mind, and soul need rest and revitalizing.  Sometimes preparing yourself is the key.  Remind yourself in verbal or written form to work out the next day or after work.  Repeat that reminder each night before you go to bed.  This mantra may be the key to applying the health and wellness information you know to do. 

Eat.  Enjoy.  Satiate.  Satisfy.  Get nutrients.  Deal with emotions.  Make something beautiful to make your belly happy.  Breathe.  Those daily habits make a difference.  In my book, candy, cakes, cookies, and desserts are not the devil.  Too many sweets and too often is not good.  Not to worry though.  Take a breath.  If you get off the path of healthy living, I’m confident you can do better next time.  As David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD stated, “Overeating doesn't make us fat.  The process of becoming fat makes us overeat.  In other words, hunger and overeating are the consequences of an underlying problem.  Follow a simple lifestyle prescription focused on enjoyable physical activities, sleep, and stress relief to improve metabolism and support permanent behavior change.”

Jigsaw Number 1:  Warm-Up and Stretch Options

Triceps




Squats




As part of your warm-up and stretch incorporate or change up your routine with one of these moves.  Begin with one set of each move and then work up to doing more.  You may find performing several different moves within a five minute period makes working out more interesting for you and you may see better results.  Utilize a triceps move with two to ten pound weights or a squats move along with such moves as lunges, jogging in place, standing forward bends, side stretches, and calf stretches.

Join with your family and friends today.  Find a locale to work out that gets you inspired.  Then return here and share your progress, tips, and what you learned.  Please remember all information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.








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 Note: All information is of a general nature and is furnished only for education.  See a doctor or medical professional for your own personal fitness advice.  Use of this information is at your own risk in regard to any losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.

Credits: drweil.com/drw/u/ART03528/Always-Hungry-David-Ludwig.html, Image courtesy of [imagerymajestic] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net, Image courtesy of [marcolm] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net, Image courtesy of [JanPietruszka] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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