Exercise can literally cure diseases like some forms of heart disease. Exercise has been implicated in helping people prevent or recover from some forms of cancer. Exercise helps people with arthritis. Exercise helps people prevent and reverse depression."And there's no arguing that exercise can help most people lose weight, as well as look more toned and trim.
Hopping on an elliptical and pedaling hard for 30 minutes or longer will help you burn calories, but it’s not the most effective way to use a gym to lose weight. To maximize your calorie burn, warm up properly, vary your workout intensity and switch your routines to get the most out of your trips to a fitness center.
Walk around the gym and check out the exercise options. Learn how to use each cardio machine, the amount of weight you can use for different free-weight exercises and how to use the weight machines. Ask for help from your peers or gym staffers, getting information on how to use the equipment and any suggestions they have for working out with it.
A way to measure the intensity of your exercise is to check you heart rate or pulse during physical activity. These should be within a target range during different levels of intensity.
Learn your target heart rate for exercise and how to monitor it during workouts. Aim for a brisk walking pace if you’re a beginner or a jogging or running pace if you’re in better shape. Choose a target heart rate range of 50 to 65 percent of your maximum heart rate if you are a beginner and have access to a personal heart rate monitor or one on a cardio machine.
Aim for 65 to 80 percent if you’re able to exercise vigorously for 30 minutes or more. Use the talk test if you don’t have a heart rate monitor. Do this by trying to reach the maximum heart rate you can maintain during your workout and talking every few minutes to make sure you’re not exercising too hard. Slow down if you can’t talk while working out.
For added strength and stamina in the bedroom buy a bottle of one of these roots tonic. One of the best kept secrets!
Zion Organic Roots
Pump It Up
Mr. Vigorous Roots Tonic
Allman Strength &
The Priestly Order Roots Wine
Similar to viagra?
Some men that take these tonics on a regular basis claims that it works just like viagra but on a more natural basis.
BABA Roots for over a year now, attests: "It is a real tonic. It strengthens your body.
It gives you energy, sexual energy.
It give yuh more stamina like a 'Duracell' (battery) to go on and on."
Although BABA Roots seems to be the most popular brand on the market, others, such as Zion Organic Roots Drink, Pump It Up, Allman Strength and The Priestly Order Roots Wine, all appear to enjoy good patronage.
Barrington Ray, who buys and sells BABA Roots, claims that when mixed with Smirnoff Black Ice and Rum, the tonic is "a smooth energiser". These formula has been passed down through generations of family healers.
The mixture has been used traditionally as general tonic for the blood, body and nerves and people from all over the world that found out about the tonics have been using the all natural ingredients tonics to help boost their immune system, raise vitality and as a daily pick-me-up increasing vigor and vitality.
Made the traditional way with wild organic herbs, roots, and barks of the Caribbean , Latin America and Africa. Contains no artificial or chemical ingredients of any kind. 16 fluid oz. Directions: Take first thing in the morning. Adults 2oz daily. Children 1oz daily. Due to seasonal availability of herbs, roots, and spices, Taste and color may vary. Ingredients: Purified, Filtered & Distilled Water, Chaney Root, Sarsaparilla Root, Black Wis, Milk Wiss, African Cayenne, Sour Sop, Mango, Cloves, Pimento, Cinnamon. Disclaimer: this item is in no way connected to manufacturers, distributors, or owners of the designer original fragrances or companies.
Of course, if you are not in the tropics then the next best option is to try and purchase these roots tonic and drinks online. The options are not many but I noticed that Amazon currently stocks them.
Many men swear by these roots tonic and with science now coming to terms with traditional beliefs of the healing abilities of roots and herbs, a new global market known as nutriceutical market is steadily gaining momentum.