What Exercise Should I Do For the 3 Day Military Diet?

While using the 3 Day Military Diet, Exercise is not required. You just follow the Diet Plan, and keep in your mind the tip: 3 day on, 4 day off. But some of people don’t have much time, and their patience run out of quickly than other, then this is right place you are. You must combine Exercise In order to achieve the best results possible. Now a day you don’t need spend money hiring a teacher. All you need is your time and your arrangement plan. Check out this below for your reference:

Morning Workout Routines


Here are some five quick exercise and morning workout routines you can follow to help boost your metabolism and keep it revved up all day while burning calories simultaneously! Of course You can set aside a time frame that fits your daily lifestyle in order to ensure that your workout is not intermittent because of your busy work. But I highly recommend you follow this workout Routines in the Morning. That way we can handle with out busy schedule.

Lifestyle exercise

It’s very simple and regular routine. If you are working in office, you spend about 8 hours in sitting at your chair. You must keeps your body movement that is part of your schedule, like stand up to go get your drink, or go to WC, etc..Maybe once per 30 minutes, just need moving around at work. If you are at home, keep doing household chores. Don’t spend over 1 hours at your salon.

Programmed exercise

Programmed exercise has no other purpose than to make you fitter and healthier, help you manage your weight and keep your spirits up.  A daily run or walk, workouts at the gym club or join in sports all fit into this category. But there is a common misunderstood  about cardio and how much is required in order to have an effective workout. Cardio is great way to help you lose weight but hours on running won’t do anything but wear you and your body out. Normally 40-45 minutes training is all you need to get some great results. Too much cardio can start burning muscle instead of fat and send the body into a catabolic state .

I have been working out for a long time and have found that I get the best results with Tabata style work outs and HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training. The Tabata protocol is to work out as hard as you can for 20 seconds and then rest for 10 seconds. Do that for 8 sets, adding up to 4 minutes per Tabata. Most people do 4 Tabatas per work out.



You must understand how it will work. Your body responds with any workout  by adjusting to the new workloads when you put your body in the movement. The muscles then rebuild themselves in response to the demands  and changes of the workload, which takes much effort. This is how fat is replaced with new strong muscle development  and calories are burned.

When working out becomes a chore that’s when you will not pay more your attention on this. It’s always important to find a workout you actually enjoy even if it’s something like walk with your dog or some Zumba with the kids, either way its exercise!

Dance  and Sports  video games with your friend are a great way to get in your exercise routine and daily cardio. Research by some professors show that most people are willing to spend more time playing along with their friend then they spend at the gym. You can find out more video games these days with full range of motion that targets more than one part of the body.

Ideally, when you are using 3 Day Military Diet, you will decide to work on boosting your amount of all workout as you can, but my main recommend will be on getting you to work regular, programmed exercise into your life. Base on my experience, only you keep your workout regularly, you will see the best results come soon



The Link Between Exercise and Health

The Link Between Exercise and Health

Exercise and Health

Without a doubt, there is a strong link between exercise and health. Modern Americans live a mostly sedentary lifestyle, which has certainly contributed to the obesity epidemic and poor health of the American populace.

“An early morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.”

– Thoreau

On the other hand, when people do get off the couch and start a regular exercise program, the research overwhelmingly shows numerous health benefits are to be gained.

Benefits such as:

  • Lower levels of stress
  • Decreased risk of certain forms of cancer
  • Decreased risk of stroke
  • Improved mood
  • Increased metabolism
  • Lower cholesterol
  • Stronger bones
  • Improved sleep
  • Increased joint stability
  • Decreased arthritis pain (with proper restorative exercise)
  • Decreased risk of heart disease
  • Decreased lower back pain

…just to name a few.

“Take care of your body with steadfast fidelity. The soul must see through these eyes alone, and if they are dim, the whole world is clouded.”

– Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

It bears mentioning that the above benefits are almost universally accepted within the exercise science community as being soundly proven through research. So why aren’t more people engaging in regular exercise?

Exercise And Health – Misinformation Abounds

With all these benefits to regular exercise, you’d think everyone would be starting an exercise program. As a fitness professional for over ten years, I’d say one of the main reasons people don’t exercise is due to frustration over not seeing the results they expect.

I’ve seen person after person start an exercise program, only to give up after a few weeks or a few months because they weren’t seeing results fast enough.

This is primarily due to misinformation people are constantly exposed to on two levels:

  1. That the primary benefit to exercise is cosmetic versus improved health;
  2. That major results can be seen in a very short period of time or in short training sessions, or without the benefit of healthy eating habits.

The fact is, recent studies have shown that weight loss is more likely to occur when you exercise at least four days a week. And, in order to lose weight, you must get your heart rate up into the target heart rate zone for over 20 minutes (it takes about 20 minutes for your body to burn off it’s energy stores and start burning fat for fuel).

This totally disproves those infomercial myths about losing tons of weight by exercising ten minutes a day just a few days a week.

Not only that – it doesn’t matter how hard or how often you exercise;you can’t out-train a bad diet. So, proper nutrition is just as important when it comes to staying healthy and maintaining a healthy weight.

The Best Reason To Exercise – Your Health

But hang on a second… what about the connection between exercise and health? Shouldn’t that be the real reason we’re exercising, and not just to look like some Hollywood airhead?

Absolutely! There are much more important motivations for engaging in regular exercise, not the least of which are good health and longevity. Keep that in mind the next time you get on your bike or go for a run or a brisk walk – you can only keep your body healthy from the inside out.

So, now that you know the real importance of the link between exercise and health… go out and break a sweat!

Lose Weight with Your Dog

Lose weight with your dog?

Lose weight with your dog

Sure! Maybe your dog could stand to lose a few pounds too–after all, there are a lot of obese dogs in our world–or maybe you are the only one who needs it. In any case, dogs love to have fun with you. Going out for walks together is a great exercise. Dogs are very much creatures of habit, and once they get they idea that you will be taking them out at a certain time of day, they will gaze longingly at you and motivate you to get out there and exercise. If they are like our dogs, they may even follow you from room to room!

Walking isn’t the only thing you might do with your dogs. Throwing a ball will exercise the dog more than it will burn your calories, but if you have one of the breeds–like a Border Collie–the dog will need a lot of exercise! You could set up a little agility course. If your dog is smaller, you could exercise indoors to music while doing something with the dog too, like rolling a ball for the dog to chase.

Here’s a bit from a good article at the New York Times.

“Several studies now show that dogs can be powerful motivators to get people moving. Not only are dog owners more likely to take regular walks, but new research shows that dog walkers are more active over all than people who don’t have dogs.

One study even found that older people are more likely to take regular walks if the walking companion is canine rather than human.

“You need to walk, and so does your dog,” said Rebecca A. Johnson, director of the human-animal interaction research center at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. “It’s good for both ends of the leash.”

A Book on How to Lose Weight with Your Dog


Walk a Hound, Lose a PoundWith obesity increasing, over 2/3 of Americans and about half of all dogs are overweight or obese. This book is written to help dog lovers of all ages to get fit with their dogs. It’s written by a veterinarian and a nurse who is a researcher and is full of ideas to help you and your dog lose weight.

Don’t have a dog? Walk a Hound, Lose a Pound: How You and Your Dog Can Lose Weight, Stay Fit, and Have Fun Together also touches on  how to adopt a dog from a shelter.