4 Unique Health and Fitness Tips

In this article, I am going to share 4 unique health and fitness tips. I will also tell you how to use these tips in your daily life. Health and fitness tips are meant to help you live a more prosperous and healthy life.

So let us get started.

Drink up

Americans started this campaign a few months ago. It has become popular and it is providing amazing benefits. Studies showed us that on average American citizens drink only 2 glasses of water per day. We need 8 to 10 glasses of water daily to fulfill our body requirements. Our body should not be dehydrated.

When our body is dehydrated, it stores water weight along with harmful toxins. It is necessary to drink a lot of water so that toxins are washed out properly.

How can you use this tip in your daily life?

Bring a water bottle with you, wherever you go
Drink 2 glasses of water before your breakfast
Drink 2 glasses of water before exercise

Fibers

Well fibers have many advantages over fast food or junk food. Fiber intake includes eating fruits, vegetables, and salads. Last week I visited my friend and I was amazed at her breakfast.

Her breakfast included 2 oranges, 1 banana, 1 apple and an omelet with a slice with 2 glasses of mineral water.

This breakfast has many benefits over eating cereals or simple bread slices.

It makes you feel full
If you did your breakfast at 7 AM, you will feel hunger at 11 AM. It is recommended to eat a fruit serving or vegetable serving at this time.
It is a complete diet.
It gives you energy and refreshment.

Eating fibers also helps you maintain your weight without any crash dieting programs.

Timing of Your meals

It is important to have your meals at time. Consult your health expert for this purpose.

Join a Slimming Center

Slimming centers are doing an excellent job to help you lose weight. It is a fashion to join a gym or slimming center. However, do not waste your money on things you do not want. You can do gym workout at home. To live a healthy life, exercise is necessary. It depends upon your lifestyle.

Some people do not need to do any exercise because of their working routines. Others like me (online workers) do need exercise.

How to use this tip in your daily life?

Walk for 10 minutes daily
Do yoga or push ups at home
Join a gym for this task

Am I Healthy?: The Ten Best Ways to Measure Your Health and Fitness

How does one measure health? It depends on who you ask. A physician may measure health in terms of lab values – cholesterol, blood sugar and so on. A personal trainer might tell you that your body fat percentage is the best indicator of good health. You might base it on what the scale tells you or how your clothes fit.

I’m a big believer in monitoring all of these things and then some. Seems like a big job, but really it only takes a few minutes to do each one, involves inexpensive equipment or can be a regular part of a visit to your physician. I call them “The Big Ten Health and Fitness Measures.”

Weight
BMI (Body Mass Index)
Body composition
Measurements
Resting and target heart rates
Cardiorespiratory fitness
Energy level
Blood pressure
Glucose & cholesterol
Pain

Why keep track of all these things? First, because there isn’t one single good way to define what makes a person healthy or fit. For instance, just because you are at a healthy weight, does not mean that you don’t have high cholesterol. Also, it can be discouraging to use just one method. You may find yourself in a situation where even though you did not lose any weight in a given week, you may have lost inches.

Monitoring several indicators of health and fitness helps you to get a well-rounded picture of your entire self. We do not judge our children in just one subject at school right? And just because the child does poorly in math does not mean he won’t excel at other subjects. And just because you have not lost any weight on the scale does not mean that your waist isn’t getting smaller.

Secondly, we have all heard the adage, “a problem defined is 95% solved.” Knowing your target ranges for health indicators like weight, body fat and BMI can help you to define what you need to work on. You avoid unnecessary changes and difficulties by having the correct information. For instance, someone with good cholesterol levels has no need for an ultra-low fat diet.

Third, it serves as a point of inspiration to see how far you have come. Since the changes you are making will be small and incremental, it may be discouraging at times not to see overt progress. However, by keeping track of a variety of fitness indicators, it is easier to see, in black and white, all of the progress you are making.