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thesupermandiet Unlike what is commonly believed, exercise is not required for weight loss. Many people will waste their energies on exercise, work hard, only to end up where they started. The truth is: 1- The reason why you’re not at your ideal weight is not that you have an exercise deficiency. It is not “I am 10 pounds more than what I would like to be because I don’t exercise as much as I should”.

11 Morning Rituals That Can Change Your Life Your morning can be that make-or-break time that sets you up for a good day or a bad day. Here are 11 habits you can establish that will put you on the path of stringing together good day after good day. 1. Drink a Glass of Warm Lemon Water Drinking a glass of warm water with lemon first thing in the morning is an excellent way to get your body going. It’s like oil for the Tinman as it goes to work lubricating all of your different internal systems. Vinegar & Water Are All You Need for Super Shiny Hair Used Matches = Killer Smoky Eyes iVillage “Find a matchbook, then light and blow out a match,” advises Nadine Jolie of Nadine Jolie. After it's cooled, “the charcoal tip makes an excellent kohl eyeliner and creates a smoky look everyone will think came courtesy of a department store product.” Hydrogen Peroxide = Grey Hair Brightener

Tying Your Shoes During your next race, take time to observe how most runners do not tie their running shoes correctly. This will cost valuable time; in a marathon this can be as much five to 10 minutes, or even more, depending on your overall time. Most people tie their shoes in the same manner they were taught as a child. This practice is fine for normal footwear, but tying running shoes like this will lead to early fatigue, thereby adversely affecting your time. This is because the normal method of tying shoes partially restricts blood flow to the feet. The Advanced No-Gym Bodyweight Workout (INFOGRAPHIC) By Jordan Shakeshaft Think bodyweight training can't get intense? Our favorite no-equipment moves are getting a whole lot more kick-ass -- from head to toe. Designed by Greatist Expert and trainer Jonathan Angelilli, this advanced bodyweight workout stacks exercises in back-to-back circuits to keep the heart rate up while building strength and speed.

greatist Now that the holidays are creeping around the corner, you may have to break up with your regularly scheduled sweat sessions, at least temporarily. And though the most wonderful time of the year may interfere with your fave spin class or butt-kicking bootcamp routine, it’s completely possible to stay fit—all you need is an Internet connection and a little living room space. (OK, and maybe a few props here and there.)

35 Cardio-Based Bodyweight Exercises Fact: You can get a great cardio workout without having to run miles on a treadmill or spend time on a rowing machine. In fact, these bodyweight-only moves are mostly low impact, meaning you can do them in the comfort of your own living room without worrying about annoying the neighbors downstairs. You might also like Is It Better to Lift Heavier Weights or Do More Reps? Animals Are Better Than People. Here Are 15 Unusual Examples Of Adorable Proof. No matter how adorable, dangerous or strange animals are, there is one thing that is for certain: they are better than people. They don’t hold grudges, judge or condescend. Animals don’t ruin your day just because they can.

Three Workouts to Increase Pain Tolerance Pain wasn't just a risk in the 2009 TransEurope-Footrace, which covered an average of 43 miles per day for 64 days straight–it was a given. Researchers tested the pain tolerance of competitors in that year's race by dunking their hands in ice-cold water for three minutes. The runners–all of whom lasted the full three minutes–rated the pain an average of 6 on a scale of 1 to 10. Most of the nonrunners in a control group, by contrast, gave up halfway through the test and rated the pain as 10. To race, you have to face and overcome pain. Studies of athletes have shown that they tend to have the same pain threshold as everyone else.

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