Eating healthy on a budget doesn’t have to be a pain. Once you begin great habits and know your limit with sugars you will see better results, more importantly, you will feel much better about yourself.
Saving money by not eating out as much or buying artificial junk you can apply that money to buying healthier food items.
No, it’s not always possible to each healthy when on a budget and not everyone has access to a garden; so instead of buying canned vegetables, how about frozen.
Strength training as a workout is a great way to add muscle and burn fat. Cardio is the devil! Let’s be honest, I’ve never been a fan of cardio, while I understand it’s importance, it has never been anything I feel like I had to do. There are plenty of other ways to burn fat and increase endurance without hitting the treadmill.
One of these ways is strength training. Lifting weights have proven to be just as effective at burning calories as cardio, the only difference is you are now adding muscle and shape.
- Medicine Ball Chest Pass 1 set, 20 reps
- 2 Pushups 5 sets, 5 reps
- 3 Dips Chest Version 3 sets, reps 4
- Flat Bench Cable Flyes 3 sets, reps 5
- Lying Dumbbell Tricep Extension 3 sets, reps 6
- JoggingTreadmill 1 set, 20 minutes
The original recipe called for Pears, so instead of that I decided to substitute chicken in it’s place. I wanted to make enough for lunch this week.
You may follow the recipe below or you could grab a 2lb pack of chicken breast and thinly slice or tenders.
Cook thoroughly and complete recipe.
I want to share my strength training workout with you all. This has been a wonderful workout to help me keep the weight off and gain a little muscle as well.
These exercises start with a good amount of stretching. Remember stretching is essential to a great workout. You don’t want to run the risk of injuring yourself when lifting weights. PLEASE STRETCH!!!