It Takes A Village To Create The Perfect Body

Posted: March 31, 2012 in Fitness Tips, Socially Fit
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Community Health Tips

There are tons of tips for dozens of different aspects in the world of health and fitness. We have encountered people who have taken varying paths on their way to a healthier lifestyle. With this knowledge, there is a unique opportunity for everyone involved to shed a diverse light on their road to a better body.

One of our main goals at Socially Fit is to create an interactive network for everyone who has an interest in fitness. Today we would love to exercise this objective. We would like to ask any and everyone to share at least one positive health, fitness, or nutritional tip so that we as a fitness fellowship (or league of extraordinary people as I’d like to call us) can continue to grow in a positive and inspiring manner.

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Comments
  1. We found this aweseome 4-minute HIIT workout on youtube that can boost your metabolism for up to 36 hours: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AimPOSXe7n4

    Shaun – I have a sweet tooth so I have replaced all of my high sugar snacks with fruit.

    Shay – Lose the scale and concentrate on doing.

    • Eggkins says:

      I watched the video, re-tweeted it to Twitter and I think I can do this (slowly at first). Interesting workout.

  2. Alex says:

    I don’t think we should be striving for perfect bodies, there’s no such thing. Let’s instead aim for healthy, strong bodies!

  3. Eggkins says:

    here are my 2 cents; cravings are momentary feelings. They pass and you are better for it. Distractions help in getting past them.

  4. bgddyjim says:

    Ride far enough, long enough and hard enough so that you’re worried about whether you actually ate enough during the week to replace what you burned.

    It’s a good problem to have.

    Oh, and ride with your bike shop club

  5. Listen to your body! It’s easy to get into a workout regime and forget to take rest (or at the very least, cross-training) days. Overuse injuries are no fun and rest is important!

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