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The Weight Loss Motivation Bible: How To Program Your Mind For Sustainable Fat Loss

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I Lift My Hands (Workout Mix + 136 BPM)

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Get Stronger Every Day With This 100-Burpee Challenge

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I was shocked when I walked into CrossFit and the WOD (workout of the day) said “100 Burpees.” I had never done that many in my life at one time, and it did not sound fun. I wasn’t even sure I’d be able to do it.

But after having been going to CF five times a week for three months, I was in pretty good shape. And guess what? It didn’t suck as much as I thought and only took me about 10 minutes. The coach said this is a great workout to do in your hotel room while traveling or if you’re short on time. My heart was pumping, I was dripping sweat, and my muscles felt worked! Now I’m kind of loving the 100-burpee workout!

I realize this isn’t something anyone would want to just jump right into, so here is a four-week plan to get you up to the full 100. Aim to do 25 by the end of the first week, 50 by the second week, and so on until you make it all the way to 100. Follow the plan below.

How to Do a Basic Burpee

Begin standing with the feet hip-distance apart.
Lower into a crouching squat with your hands on the floor.
Do a squat thrust by jumping your feet back into a plank position.
Do one basic push-up, bending the elbows, touching the chest to the floor, and then straightening back to plank.
Step or jump the feet forward to the hands and come into a squat.
Do an explosive jump straight up, getting as much height as you can.

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The Plan

Day of Month
Number of Reps

Day 1
8

Day 2
11

Day 3
14

Day 4
Rest

Day 5
17

Day 6
21

Day 7
25

Day 8
Rest

Day 9
30

Day 10
35

Day 11
40

Day 12
Rest

Day 13
45

Day 14
50

Day 15
55

Day 16
RestDay 17
60

Day 18
65
Day 19
70

Day 20
Rest

Day 21
75

Day 22
80

Day 23
85

Day 24
Rest

Day 25
90

Day 26
95

Day 27
100 (you made it!)

Day 28
Rest (you deserve it!)

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Britney Spears Shares Her Trick For Balancing in Handstand

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Stretching in the morning keeps me motivated 💜💜💜💜

A photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on Dec 21, 2016 at 4:39pm PST

Handstands in the morning! We love Britney’s caption to this Instagram pic, “Stretching in the morning keeps me motivated.” And now we’re inspired to get moving too! Try this handstand trick where you kick up and balance your foot on something like a Bosu Ball on a bench, a wall, a coffee table, or even your couch. It feels so good to be upside down — you gain new perspective, increase your circulation, and it’s one of the funnest ways to tone your upper body. PS — that dog in the background makes this pic even more awesome!

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5 Healthy Reasons to Have a Glass of Wine Tonight

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It seems like no one can get enough of red wine, scientists included; every day there seems to be another study touting the amazing benefits of the plum-colored beverage. Lucky for us, the proof is in the long-stemmed glass (just one, since drinking more may be detrimental to your health). Here are five reasons unwinding with a glass of red after a long day should be on your list of to-dos — one reason for every workday!

It’s good for your heart: Antioxidants in red wine called flavonoids have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering LDL (bad cholesterol) levels and increasing the production of good cholesterol. According to researchers at the University of California, Davis, certain varietals have more concentrations of flavonoids than others. Of the most common red varietals, Cabernet Sauvignon has the most flavonoids, followed closely by Petite Sirah and Pinot Noir, then Merlot and Red Zinfandel.

It can lower depression: While heavy drinking has been linked to mental health problems, drinking a glass of red wine a day may do the opposite. A recent study found that moderate drinkers (those who drank two to seven small glasses of wine a week) were less likely to suffer from depression than those who drank more or less.

It can help your gut: That morning bowl of Greek yogurt isn’t the only thing that’s helping your gut. A study found that drinking red wine increases the amount of good bacteria levels in your digestive tract.

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It may help you lose fat: New research is studying the effects of piceatannol, a compound found in red wine that is converted from the antioxidant resveratrol, has on fat. A recent lab study found that piceatannol blocks fat cells from forming, and more studies are looking at how the compound can help us slim down.

It can improve memory: Polyphenols, also found in tea, nuts, berries, and cocoa, can improve your memory and may also decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Britney Spears Loves Being Upside Down!

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Good morning! May you all have a blessed day 😊

A photo posted by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on Dec 19, 2016 at 9:19am PST

Britney Spears is at it again, hanging out upside down on her hands in this gorgeous handstand variation. It’s part scorpion and part split! If you’ve ever tried doing a handstand against the wall, you know how challenging it is and a great workout for your upper body. Britney is so strong and flexible — it’s inspiring us to try!

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FDA Issues New Guidelines to Reduce Sodium in Processed Foods

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WEDNESDAY, June 1, 2016 (HealthDay News) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants the food industry to cut back on the salt.

In draft voluntary guidelines issued Wednesday, the agency set both two-year and 10-year goals for lower sodium content in hundreds of processed and prepared foods. The aim is to reduce the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke among Americans, according to the FDA.

“Many Americans want to reduce sodium in their diets, but that’s hard to do when much of it is in everyday products we buy in stores and restaurants,” Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell said in an FDA statement.

“Today’s announcement is about putting power back in the hands of consumers, so that they can better control how much salt is in the food they eat and improve their health,” she added.

Americans’ average salt intake is about 3,400 milligrams (mg) a day, which is nearly 50 percent more than what experts recommend. High salt intake increases the risk of high blood pressure (“hypertension”), heart disease and stroke.

The voluntary targets are meant to reduce Americans’ daily salt intake to 3,000 mg in two years and 2,300 mg in the next decade, according to the FDA. The guidelines cover a wide swath of foods, from bread to cold cuts, cereals, and snacks.

Some studies have estimated that lowering salt intake by about 40 percent over the next decade could save 500,000 lives and nearly $100 billion in health care costs in the United States.

“The totality of the scientific evidence supports sodium reduction from current intake levels,” said Susan Mayne, director of the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

“Experts at the Institute of Medicine have concluded that reducing sodium intake to 2,300 mg per day can significantly help Americans reduce their blood pressure, and ultimately prevent hundreds of thousands of premature illnesses and deaths,” Mayne said.

“Because the majority of sodium in our diets comes from processed and prepared foods, consumers are challenged in lowering their sodium intake themselves,” Mayne added.

The draft guidelines, which are open for public comment ranging from 90 days to 150 days, were welcomed by American Heart Association CEO Nancy Brown.

“The American Heart Association strongly supports the draft voluntary sodium targets released today by the FDA, and we call upon the agency to finalize them as soon as possible,” Brown said in a statement.

“These new targets will spark a vital, healthy change in our food supply, a change consumers say they want. These voluntary targets can have a significant impact on the nation’s health,” she added.

“Lowering sodium levels in the food supply could eliminate about 1.5 million cases of uncontrolled hypertension and save billions of dollars in health care costs over the next decade,” Brown suggested.

More information

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration outlines how to reduce salt in your diet.


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