The “why” behind our food choices.
The core is the keystone to a strong body, but there is so much more to it than that.
Although technology wont make you any more fit, they can provide you with a plethora of information and motivation.
Staying on your feet and keeping balance is crucial for staying healthy throughout your life.
Finally, working on activities that include some form of agility should be done. Dancing, playing with pets, or even simply doing yard work are great ways to build strength.
Today we are busting some big fat burning myths!!!
Hip new ideas on dealing with that pain in the butt.
So what is NEAT you ask? It is all the energy used that is secondary to planned exercise and weight training activities.
|Activity||Calories Burned per Hour|
|NEAT home activity|
|Clearing out storage space/garage||X|
|General NEAT movements|
|Pushing a stroller||X|
|Riding in an automobile||X|
|Stretch band exercises||X|
|Walking (strolling pace)||X|
|Walking and talking (briskly)||X|
|Walking around the home/office||X|
|Walking the dog||X|
|Walking to work||X|
|NEAT yard activity|
|Playing fetch with dog||X|
|Hobbies and other recreational NEAT activity|
|Playing board/card games||X|
|Playing Frisbee or other outdoor games||X|
|Journaling (while strolling)||X|
|Playing the piano or another musical instrument||X|
|Skiing (water or snow)||X|
|Surfing the Web (sitting)||X|
|Surfing the Web (standing)||X|
|Practicing Tai Chi||X|
|Watching TV on an elliptical trainer||X|
|Watching TV on a stationary bike||X|
|Watching TV on a treadmill||X|
|Playing video games (seated)||X|
|Playing video games (while moving)||X|
|Doing volunteer work (setting up/serving meals)||X|