Despite the overwhelming evidence refuting the relevance of the Glycemic Index to the real world, a majority of fitness enthusiasts and bodybuilders still use it to determine which carb sources they choose to eat. In this video I lay out several arguments as to why this is a misguided approach. Feel free to join the NBB Facebook page at www.facebook.com
Approximate start times for each section: My body type and background: 1:56 My healthy lifestyle plan: 8:16 Nutrition: 11:02 Exercise: 20:33 Stay motivated: 26:14 I decided to post this video after there was some interest in hearing about how Ive become a healthier person and also lost some weight. In the video, I forgot to say (but stuck on at the very end) that Ive lost 10-12 pounds since starting this plan on Nov. 1, 2011. I dont own a scale myself, but I knew what I weighted before I began, and I had access to a scale during Christmas, so thats my estimate Ive also gone down a dress size, and overall, feel so much more energized and healthy which is the most important thing. Thanks for watching, and I hope this have you guys a few tips on how to become a healthier person! I want you all to live very long, healthy lives Julias (MissChievous on YouTube) video, the one that inspired me to do this: www.youtube.com Julias second channel with recipe ideas (LOVE her asparagus salad! I want some right now): www.youtube.com
Walking for one mile will burn more body fat then running for one mile. During cardiovascular exercise like walking or running it is important to pick a pace that will allow you to last 1 hour comfortably. This applies to people exercising for the first time and those looking to improve their fat burning results.
Everyone’s metabolic rate is different along with many other physiological variances. Some of these factors are consistent from person to person. For example we all rely on fat and carbohydrates for energy at all times. When any person exerts energy by speeding up their walk, bursting into a jog, or lifting something heavy the body increases the amount of carbohydrate as a source of energy. The body also decreases the amount of fat as a source of energy. This is as a result of the need for fast energy.