Tuesday, April 22, 2008

5 Mistakes People Makes When Doing a Workout Program

5 Mistakes People Makes When Doing a Workout Program
 by: Terje Brooks Ellingsen
When you start out with a workout program - whether the purpose is weight loss exercise or another - you have started a training process that hopefully is going to last for a while. It is important that you are aware of some factors that can decrease your motivation for the exercising or even damage your health - while you are executing your training program. Even a few minor mistakes in your workout can easily accumulate to bad habits over time, kicking you off track, and that is not the purpose with good exercise. Below I'll go through a few of these.
1. Impatience
Impatience is probably most people's worst enemy when it comes to staying on track with your workout plan. It is so easy to get distracted, especially if you feel the recent progress with your exercise has been slow. You must be aware that physical training won't do miracles over night. Only faitful and diligent exercising and workout, day after day, week after week, month after month will prove results.
Looking back; maybe you're one who hasn't trained or exercised for years, maybe not at all. How many years did it take to put you in the physical shape and fitness condition you were in before you started regular exercising? Do not expect results in one week - take a look back and try to feel the difference after 3 to 6 months of exercising. If you are that patient, you'll definitely see results of your workout effort.
2. Expectations too high
If you expect to become a Joe Jordan or a Naumi Chambell after a few weeks of exercises, you'll get disappointed. The purpose with your physical workout is to make yourself feel better and give you a better and richer life, not to compare yourself with others, whoever they are.
The measurement stick should always be the fitness and shape you were in before you started the exercising, and every improvements you do, are with references to this. If you do that, your expectations to the results of your exercise and workouts will be realistic, and you'll be amazed of how good you really can be.
3. Getting Exhausted
Especially in the start up phase of a training program, some people are exercising so hard that they simply get exhausted or burned out. If you start your training program exceeding your present capabilities, and if you have not been exercising since you were a kid - you probably won't be able to jogg or workout for the next 14 days.
Your muschles will hurt so much and your legs will be so stiff after your mega exercise, that you have to lay down and wait til you are able to exercise again. This is not very motivating. Start out the exercising very carefully and lite - that is especially important if you have not done much training before.
4. Doing exercises the wrong way
This can really be damaging, especially with anarobic exercises. If you are training at a fitness center you should make sure you've got all the instructions you need from the trainer before you do any workout. One little mistake in your exercise can damage your back for a long time, and even permanently.
The best is to have a personal trainer that can follow you through thick and thin throughout the exercise program but for most people this alternative is too expensive. So my advice is; if you are in even the slightest doubt of how to do an exercise, simply ask, ask and ask. The training staff is there to help you with your exercising, that's their job.
5. Chosing an exercise program that is not exciting enough
I have always been fascinated about people I have seen running up and down roads and streets day after day or people that do all their exercise on trim cycles. How boring must that be? Well, we are all different and have different preferences when it comes to what activities we enjoy. Some people love to run for hours - and that's fine, let them do it.
I prefer more enjoyable sports like tennis, badminton, football, smashball, squash or training together with other people. Dancing is also a great fat burner. The point is: Chose an exercise plan that include your favorite activities.
If you like and enjoy what you're doing day in and day out, you'll be much more likely to stay in the training program for a long time. And the longer you stay in it, the more you'll enjoy it.

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7 Reasons To Start Up With an Exercise Program

7 Reasons To Start Up With an Exercise Program
 by: Terje Brooks Ellingsen
Most of us need to follow an exercise program. This is due to the fact that just a minority of Americans exercise in a significant way. Below follows 7 good reasons to start exercising now.
1. Contributes to fat loss.
It is well documented from scientific research all over the world for many years that physical exercise contributes significantly to weight loss. I will not dwell on this issue fore it is so obvious, but just mention the simple fact that weight loss is a function of the net calorie intake.
If you burn more calories than you take in thorough nutrition, you lose weight and vice versa. When you exercise you burn more calories then when you don't. So the buttom line is: All other factors equal, the more you exercise the more weight or fat you'll lose. That's really simple.
2. Preventing Disease
The probability of developing a large number of various diseases has been proven to decrease dramatically thanks to physical exercising. These include;
heart disease
About 4/5's of deaths caused by heart disease and cancer, are linked to life-style factors like stress and lack of physichal training. We also know that diabetes increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. This shows that many of the risk factors and diseases caused by inactivity are working together to damage your health. Don't let these ugly forces do that - start exercising today.
3. Healing or improving disease
We also know that many severe and minor diseases can be dramatically improved or even healed by doing regular exercises. These include most of the diseases I mentioned in the last paragraph. Following a workout plan regularly also decreases HDL cholesterol ("bad" cholestrol) levels, decreases triglyceride levels (a fat liquid that increases the risk of diabetes) and decreases blood pressure (a cause of heart attack and stroke).
Regular physical training also reduces the risk of prostate cancers for men, breast and uterine cancers for women, non-insulin dependent diabetes for both genders and much more. All this is scientifically proven. So, why not start your workout today?
4. Enhance your mental health
We know from many scientific studys that regular exercising leads to an increased release of endorphins in the body. These chemicals help combat depression and make us feel happier. The body releases these endorphins after only 12 minutes into the workout.
Another chemical called serotonin is increased during and after a workout session. Increased levels of serotonin in the central nervous system is associated with feelings of well-being and decreased mental depression. It also helps you feel less tired which can increase your mental alertness. It also helps you sleep better.
5. Enhance your feeling of wellness
When you are in a good shape and fit you'll feel more upbeat, and your overall mood is improved. You have experienced that you can stretch your own limits, you know you are capable to do more than before you started to exercise. This gives you a feeling of wellness that's difficult to describe.
Let's do an experiment: Do an hour of workout today; do whatever you want like walking, bicycling, swimming, jogging, running whatever. Adjust the intensity of the training so that you sweat really good. Then take a shower and sit down. Feel yourself. Now you know what I mean.
6. Increase your persistence
Regular exercising gives you more energy, which can make you more productive at home and at work. Exercise can give you new goals and a sense of purpose - you have something positive to focus on and aim for. This will increase your overall persistence and prevent the likehood of getting off track, whatever your goal is.
7. Enhance your social capabilities
Following a workout plan regularly can boost our self-esteem. It will Help you look better and you will be more confortable with your own company. Exercise helps you to get active and meet new people, which prevents you from feeling isolated and unsupported. It even increases your interest in sex, and can improve your marriage or your partner relationship.
So, after knowing all this - all the positive things exercise and workout can do for you - do you have any reason to remain inactive? Come on, get active today. You deserve it.


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Website Designs And Online Marketing Tools For Dental

Website Designs And Online Marketing Tools For Dental
 by: Myna Harriot
Online Marketing Tips For Dental Services
Your reputation as a qualified dentist should not be compromised by a website that doesn't reflect your practice. Why pay thousands on a site that has all the latest technology when you're not quite hitting the right audience – your patients and future clients?
While web designers know all the latest tricks for HTML and other codes, they don't know your business better than you. You need to be able to communicate this without getting caught up in the latest cool features for websites. When you know what you want to tell your visitors, your visitors will be more likely to use your website as a valuable resource and tool.
A few helpful tips to make your online marketing tools benefit your practice are listed below:
1. Material relevant to your practice is what matters to your visitors. Granted, a nice looking website is helpful, but a website chalk full with interesting content is far more important. Try not to write as though you're communicating with a professional dental association. As for organizing your web material, the first thing that visitors see on your site should have your dental practice's name, a picture of your place, and contact information.
2. Visuals like a photo of yourself and your building are very helpful. Also, compose an online introductory letter including your degrees and activities that you enjoy.
3. E-newsletters help you offer advise and support for your clients. Ask patients for their email address and mail off newsletters on a monthly basis. Include proactive material that keeps your patients up-to-date on dental care and your practice.
4. Don't make your visits wait for information to download. Too many graphics or intricate graphics can cause your visitors to quickly go elsewhere.
5. Fresh content is much more attractive. Include interesting articles and features with engaging and time sensitive the material to entice visitors to return frequently. Use an online direct mail service for relevant material that can be inserted into your site or e-newsletter.
6. Let your clients know that you have a website by listing it on direct mail campaigns or including it on literature in your waiting room. Many referral services such as 1800Dentist also let you list your web address. Also, you can register your site with some search engines.
7. Make your website interactive with customer service, monthly contests, promotions and quizzes. The more visitors feel connected with the site the more likely they are to return sooner for the special deals and service. Offer coupons and other discounts like money off a cleaning. Many clients also look for links to help them understand their dental needs or fun links that highly interest them.
A website and other online marketing tools shouldn't cost your practice lots of money and result in little benefit. With some instruction, most office managers can update the material from the office computer. Visit Dental Marketing Center (http://www.dentalmarketingcenter.com) or Internet Dental Alliance (http://www.internetdentalalliance.com) to discover more about web designs exclusively for dental practices.


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