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150 Minutes of Exercise Per Week

Discussion in 'Keep Fit & Maintain Shape' started by SunNaa, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. Gauri03

    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Mon: Walk 20 mins
    Tue: Walk 20 mins
    Wed: Yoga 30 mins
    Thu: Run 30 mins
    Fri: --
    Sat: Walk 120 mins
    Sun: Walk 20 mins

    Total: 240 of 150 minutes
     
  2. Gauri03

    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Mon: Walk 30 mins
    Tue: Walk 20 mins
    Wed: --
    Thu: --
    Fri: Walk 45 mins
    Sat: Yoga 30 mins
    Sun:

    Total: 125 of 150 minutes
     
  3. Gauri03

    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Mon: 35 min run
    Tue: 75 min hike
    Wed: 50 min yoga
    Thu: 25 min run, 40 min yoga

    Total: 225 of 150 minutes
     
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  4. SunNaa

    SunNaa Platinum IL'ite

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    Hello!

    Wow here after 3 years or so, glad this thread is still alive!

    I met CV @ChandrikaV last month and she told me that this thread is still active so I thought I should check out the forum once!

    Hope you guys are doing well..
     
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  5. ChandrikaV

    ChandrikaV IL Hall of Fame

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    @SunNaa: your thread is a stickie too.
     
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  6. Gauri03

    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Mon: 35 min run
    Tue: 75 min hike
    Wed: 50 min yoga
    Thu: 25 min run, 40 min yoga
    Fri: 35 min yoga
    Sat: 20 min yoga
    Sun: 25 min run, 30 min yoga

    Total: 335 of 150 minutes
     
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    Gauri03 Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Mon: 30 min yoga
    Tue: 15 min yoga
    Wed: 30 min run, 30 min yoga

    Total: 105 of 150 minutes
     
  8. Gae3

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    Is the thread still active?
     
  9. sarkariparinam

    sarkariparinam New IL'ite

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    For many of us, the sight of a freshly glazed doughnut can feel like falling in love and coming home to a pack of unopened cookies can feel like the adult version of Christmas morning. There’s something about sugar that hooks us and keeps reeling us in again and again. Whether we like it or not sugar has a major hold on us.

    If you’re reading this it’s highly likely you understand and have the first-hand experience, of this allure. Sugar isn’t just confectionery, it’s a compulsion; there is no such thing as stopping after “just one.” I mean, if one is good, more is better. At least that’s what it feels like with the sweet stuff.

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    We are given many reasons for our sugar cravings: pleasure-seeking brain circuits, intestinal parasites, mineral deficiencies, malnutrition, habitual behavior, unbalanced diets, too much salt, buried emotional issues, lack of sleep, stress.... and my favorite, lack of discipline. We are not at a loss for reasons for our addiction to sugar, yet knowing isn’t enough to change us or our behavior. If knowing was enough we would all be winning gold medals and gold stars in every area of our life. If anything, knowing just makes it feel worse... we know better so why aren’t we doing better? Knowing becomes just another reason for us to feel bad about ourselves.

    The next step to knowing is to try and do something about it. We take matters into our own hands and attempt to turn our sugar-loving switch from on to off. This is not a painless process, and just when we feel we’re making ground something happens to throw us off and we’re on a mission to hunt down any sugar we can find and back at the start.

    When we decide to target our sugar dependency, we attack the sugar itself, we clear the pantry, empty the house of all products and declare sugar the enemy. And this is fine... except it doesn’t work. When we create an action plan like this, we’re a few steps too far ahead and facing the wrong direction. We don’t address what’s really happening.

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    The key: target the true problem, not the side-effect of the problem. And sugar cravings are the side-effect, they’re the symptom of the real problem, and treating symptoms never makes the problem resolved. The only way to create true, long-standing change is to address the root cause.... otherwise you’re just wasting your time and prepping yourself for another future sugar-binge.

    What is the root cause? Leptin resistance. One way to target leptin resistance is with a product called leptitox, a blend of 22 all-natural ingredients that work with your body to reverse leptin resistance and it effects. When leptin resistance occurs in our body we have a malfunctioning system. This malfunction will produce troublesome symptoms. Not only does leptin resistance increase hunger but it creates cravings! That’s a recipe for disaster! Not only will you be hungry but you’ll be hankering after the worst foods imaginable...

    We may have blamed everything else under the sun for our inability to stop reaching for the next cookie... everything but leptin resistance. If you want to see real movement and change you’ll need to target leptin resistance and do something to “fix” it.

    Leptitox is just the way to address the growing problem of leptin resistance since it has been created to target and address it. Leptitox is a blend of 22 carefully selected herbs, amino acids, and vitamins with the ability to help your body address the real cause of leptin resistance. It will change everything you thought you knew about weight loss.
     

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