Anyone ever taken xenadrine-efx weight loss tablets, do they work?
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
I once had some good results with them a few years ago although I now realise why I had such good results and ironically over all these years, I now use one ingredients of Xenadrine, although I use it in a much larger dose than what is contained in Xenadrine – the ingredients I refer to is a little herb (natural tea) called ‘Yerba Maté’. It is the national drink in South America and is becoming very popular in America and the benefits from this tea are incredible.
It is bought in bulk form as loose tea and hot water is added to the tea, just like we do in England, and then the water is drank throughout the day. It is very very cheap to buy and once discovered, weight problems will become something of the past for you.
The benefits of the tea are that it is a good appetite suppresent, it is a natural thermogenic and helps to raise the metabolism and it has natural vitaimins and minerals contained within the leaves. Yerba Maté is good for maintaining an healthy immune system as well as regulating moods. There are no side effects to Yerba Maté and is non- addictive. The taste has a slight bitter taste to it although it is very easy to drink and other people I have introduced to it have also found it easy to drink and a taste that is easy to be accustomed to – think in terms of a ‘hint’ of smoky wood and that is close to how it tastes.
I am not going to publish any places to buy it because I do not wish this information to be deemed to be weakened by stating a place to buy it – you can do your own research although if you do want to read further information on how it has helped me and other people and also where they all buy it, then see the link provided, which will take you to a fat loss topic on a body-building forum and these people ‘do’ know about everything to do with fitness! (be prepared to read an awful lot of information because Yerba Maté is discussed passionately on the forum – see the bottom of this message for the link to the foum).
In respect on the basics of eating healthy, I agree mostly with what the other people have stated, in response to the original question, although I would disagree on one of the comments previously posted – Eating only 3 times a day is poor advice and something we are brought up to do – in fact it has been proven that we need to ‘graze’ on food to maintain a healthy metabolism and this is what athletes and body builders do to help with this. Ideally a person should be looking to eat something small-moderate every 3 hours, whilst awake.
Also try to drink a glass of water with each meal because this also helps the metabolism and flushes out toxins within the body.
Thirdly please please, aim to lose your fat at a very slow pace because there is a hard lesson to be learnt if you lose ‘weight’ to quickly. You body is designed to store fat, in case of famine, so when a person tried to lose weight, the body tries to hold onto that fat and would actually prefer you to lose muscle and water, so an healty level to aim for is between 1/2 lb to 1lb per week and that way you will have a far better chance of maintaining muscle and it is muscle which gives the body definition and also helps to maintain an healthy metabolism – more muscle = higher metabolism.
Losing weight does not need to be hard or painful, in fact I can tell you that if done correctly it is actually easy and once you get your body in-tune with everything then it is actually possible to lose fat whilst living a fairly normal healthy life, Which is what I do now
I hope this helps at least one person, because I wish I had of had this information 15 years ago! It would have made everything a whole lot easier
All the best,
What exercises can i do while pregnant?
I know u gain weight but i dont want 2 gain so much of it
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
Stay active when you’re pregnant
The more active and fit you are during pregnancy, the easier it will be for you to adapt to your changing shape and weight gain. It will also help you to cope with labour and get back into shape after the birth. Keep up your normal daily physical activity or exercise (sport, running, yoga, dancing or even walking to the shops and back) for as long as you feel comfortable. Use the links below to go directly to the topics in this article:
Don’t exhaust yourself. You may need to slow down as your pregnancy progresses or if your maternity team advises you to. If in doubt, consult your maternity team. As a general rule, you should be able to hold a conversation as you exercise when pregnant. If you become breathless as you talk, then you’re probably exercising too strenuously.
If you weren’t active before you got pregnant, don’t suddenly take up strenuous exercise. If you start an aerobic exercise programme, tell the instructor that you’re pregnant and begin with no more than 15 minutes of continuous exercise, three times a week. Increase this gradually to a maximum of four 30-minute sessions a week.
Remember that exercise doesn’t have to be strenuous to be beneficial.
Exercise tips when you’re pregnant:
Always warm up before exercising, and cool down afterwards.
Try to keep active on a daily basis: half an hour of walking each day can be enough, but if you can’t manage that, any amount is better than nothing.
Avoid any strenuous exercise in hot weather.
Drink plenty of water and other fluids.
If you go to exercise classes, make sure your teacher is properly qualified, and knows that you’re pregnant and how many weeks pregnant you are.
You might like to try swimming because the water will support your increased weight. Some local swimming pools provide aquanatal classes with qualified instructors. Find your local sport and fitness services.
Exercises to avoid
Don’t lie flat on your back, particularly after 16 weeks, because the weight of your bump presses on the big blood vessels and can make you feel faint.
Don’t take part in contact sports where there’s a risk of being hit, such as kickboxing, judo or squash.
Don’t take part in horse-riding, downhill skiing, ice hockey, gymnastics and cycling, because there’s a risk of falling.
Don’t go scuba-diving, because the baby has no protection against decompression sickness and gas embolism (gas bubbles in the bloodstream).
Don’t exercise at heights over 2,500m above sea level until you have acclimatised: this is because you and your baby are at risk of altitude sickness (a decrease in oxygen).
Exercises for a fitter pregnancy
If you are pregnant, try to fit the exercises listed below into your daily routine. They will strengthen your muscles so that you can carry the extra weight of pregnancy. They’ll also make joints stronger, improve circulation, ease backache and generally help you feel well.
What niche is best build for profitable blog ?
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
Ideally, you should build on your own hobbies, passions and expertise. The reason is that you can be more productive writing about what you are familiar with.
You can also check out topics on some popular human concerns, like relationships, power, money and so on. Perhaps you will find something you have a lot to share with.
For big-time topics, maybe you want to engage in the following examples:
You can also check out Amazon, ClickBank and similar sites to find out what’s hot. Then see if you fit in somewhere.
What are the precations to be taken before getting pregnant?
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
Tips to Follow Before Getting Pregnant
Preparing your body for pregnancy at least one month ahead of time — both physically and nutritionally — can be among the most important factors in improving your odds of: conceiving more easily, having a healthier pregnancy, ultimately delivering a healthy baby and recovering more easily. Wanting to have a baby creates a natural desire to make things go as healthfully and worry-free as possible. Couples want to be able to make informed decisions and take an active role every step of the way. It also brings to mind a myriad of questions about what you should and should not do! What are the most current, scientifically backed recommendations when it comes to preconception nutrition and physical fitness? The following 12 tips should be used as a guide to help you make the right choices.
1. Future moms, go visit an Ob/Gyn, and request a “preconception” check-up. Future dads should go in for a general physical (preferably 90-120 days before!!). The doctor will address immunizations you may need and personal and family medical topics.
2. See your dentist for a check-up.
3. Get to a healthy body weight (in a healthy manner). This applies to women who are too thin or too overweight before pregnancy. Do not ignore this! It is really important for the future baby, and you might need to postpone your date to start trying.
4. Eat a well-balanced diet that includes a wide variety of healthy foods from all the basic food groups. Be aware that there are some foods you should completely avoid (i.e. Liver). Also, keep well hydrated primarily by drinking water.
5. Stop taking any and all supplements unless approved by your physician; this is particularly important if you are “already trying”. Your doctor will likely prescribe a prenatal supplement to begin taking now.
6. Make sure your intake of the B vitamin, folic acid, is optimal to help prevent birth defects. Good sources: prenatal supplement, enriched breads, pastas, cereals, dried beans/lentils, asparagus, wheat germ, greens, and orange juice (to name a few).
7. If you’ve been told you have anemia (iron deficiency), it should be resolved prior to conception through dietary means and iron supplements prescribed by a doctor.
8. Begin reducing your intake of caffeine to very low levels; no, you don’t have to eliminate it altogether.
9. If you are not practicing really good birth control, eliminate all alcoholic beverages; dad, keep alcohol intake modest. Also, quit smoking, and no illegal drugs (mom & dad).
10. Use proper safety precautions around worksite agents, chemicals, lead, and other potential hazards (mom & dad). The future mom should not handle kitty litter; let someone else change the box from now on.
11. No more lounging in hot tubs or saunas, especially for the future father (during the entire preconception phase). Hot showers are fine.
12. Make sure you establish a reasonable, regular exercise routine. Your level of fitness prior to pregnancy is basically what will determine how active you can be once pregnant. There are many, many advantages to being physically fit during pregnancy.
One final note: Give yourself a lot of credit for being conscientious enough to plan ahead! RELAX and enjoy yourselves during this special time in your lives
How can I improve my PFT?
I took my PFT yesterday and I didn’t do so hot. I got 3,482 pullups, 23,946 crunches in 2 minutes, and my 3 mile run was 0:03. How can I improve my scores? Thanks for any answers.
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
Jason, you might consider theYoung Marines:
The Young Marine Program:
The Young Marines program is a volunteer organization offered by the United States Marine Corps for boys and girls ages 8 through 17. The program promotes physical fitness, self-discipline, leadership, teamwork and a healthy, drug-free lifestyle among youth.
The organization was founded in the United States in 1958 and was established in Okinawa in 1995. Female recruits were added to the ranks in 1975 and the organization has increased to more than 10,000 Young Marines around the world.
The mission of Young Marines is to positively impact America’s future by providing quality youth development programs for children that nurtures and develops its members into responsible citizens, explained Cpl. Jeffrey McDowell, the Camp Foster Young Marines senior drill instructor.
The path to become a Young Marine starts with dedicating 13 Saturdays to attend Young Marine recruit training. During the training recruits perform various physical activities, learn the history of the Young Marines, and receive classes on leadership, close-order drill, teamwork, customs and courtesies, and the Marine Corps rank structure. In order for a Young Marine recruit to complete boot camp, they must also pass two written tests.
Upon completion of recruit training, the Young Marines will embark on an adventure that will benefit not only themselves but also have a positive impact on their peers as well, according to White. They will earn rank as they increase in physical fitness, show leadership capability and initiative.
In order to earn the next rank, a Young Marine must show the willingness to strive for more, White explained. Once a Young Marine attains the rank of noncommissioned officer, they will be taught how to give classes on topics such as drug, tobacco and alcohol awareness.
“When a Young Marine gets promoted to NCO, they are expected to know things such as land navigation, drill and public speaking,” White said. “Just like the Marine Corps – we award more responsibility to each of them once they have demonstrated the ability to work beyond their
I want to start a Publishing House pls. suggest me some hot titles or topics?
Some hot selling topics
Ramesh Klinkert answers:
Romance and erotic novels sell a lot. Then horror, adventure, suspense, mystery, detective, action and adventure rolled into one can be a good combination. Fiction related to history and psycholog also catch and attention. I think people are mad about diet and fitness these days and new parents read a lot about books on parenting. Children fairytale books with pictures are desirable and so are books that give good practical and handy ideas on how to make life better such as Housekeeping, Lifestyle, Beauty, Fashion, How to be Successful etc. I think for startes, such topics will be your safest bets.
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