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HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE – MAY 2019 BRING YOU EVERYTHING YOU TRULY DESERVE!

MUCH LOVE AND BLESSINGS TO YOU ALL

DAVID RICHARDS

DEE’S FITNESS

 

Hey Everybody,

Hope everyone is blessed and had a good week.

Check this video out and do some further research if you decide to make a purchase.

++++++Health is Wealth Y’all++++++

Have A Great Weekend!

LOVE

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What’s good people!

Just a quick one today…..

Our health is very important and without it we cannot go very far in life as it’s our health that keeps us strong and in a state of balance…I feel this is something we can all agree on…

Hence why I thought it would be important to share this chart with you all today. (Do your own research on this one, as many charts vary!)

ACID VS ALKALINE

There are some MAJOR misconceptions within the health industry, some that I have found out recently which are rather shocking to say the least. I look to share this with you guys in due time. For now, enjoy the chart and educate yourselves, friends and family.

Keep being the best version of YOU and no one else 🙂

Love as always.

David Richards

DEES FITNESS

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Hey Hey Hey,

What’s up my beautiful people 🙂

I hope everyone’s doing well, enjoying life and eating good.

Today is part “1 of 5” of the Fat Loss 101 blog series.

So what inspired this post then Mr Dees Fitness?

Well…

I met up with my cousin the other day and we was talking until the early hours in the morning. One of the subjects that came up was “Fat Loss”. He looked me square in the eye’s and said:

“Hey bro – I don’t know what I’m doing wrong, but this fat just isn’t shifting…Is it even possible to lose?”

I chuckled and said “Of course it’s possible, it’s not easy though.”

I too felt like this at one point in my life, as I’m sure many of you do – But I never gave up hope and nor should you…

Everybody want’s that special pill – But if it existed, we would all be taking it I’m sure – But the truth is, there are no short cuts I’m afraid (Healthy ones that I know of any way LOL)

But without further ado, let’s get straight to business!

Never Eat Until You’re Bloated

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I know I know, we’ve all been there before – When the food taste so good that you struggle to put the knife and fork down.

You’re feeling full already but the flavours are so immense that you can’t help but to keep going. You feel that bloated feeling coming on but you can still find some space for desert.

You chew your way through that cake and ice cream and out of no where you hear a knock at the front door…

KNOCK KNOCK KNOCK

It’s your long time friend Mr Bloat.

He’s come to visit you and plans to stay for a very long time lol…

The Lesson

Never eat until you feel bloated, it’s really not a nice feeling. Portion control becomes a myth when the food enslaves you.

I teach all my clients to eat until they are 80% full. A good way to measure what 80% feels like for you is to eat to the point where you could tuck away a little more…No need to go over board!

Did you know that the more you stuff/over fill your stomach, is the more it starts to distend…

This is why some guy’s have abs and a massive belly at the same time…

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WOAH, I hear you think

That or some serious HGH – LOL

Anyhoo, that’s it for part one today. We still have another 4 to go in the series.

I used some of my previous material for this post and added in some extra bits as this information is vital for both your health and fitness.

I hope y’all found this information useful and I’ll be back real soon my people.

MAKE THAT CHANGE TODAY!

David Richards

DEES FITNESS

Hello My Good People,

How are we all doing on this fine day. Summer is now officially here and the BBQ’s have started, the tops are coming off and the music is pumping out of those car stereos.

Welcome Back Summer 🙂

I hope you are all doing extremely well, sticking to your goals, enjoying life and trying to live stress free.

I know this can be difficult at times though as we do live in a negative world – But surround yourselves with good people, stop watching the media (it show’s nothing but negativity – would you agree) And do activities which brings you both joy and happiness. I would say this is a great start to cutting of some of the negativity in our lives.

My energy as of late has been towards writing my book/e-book that I am putting a lot of effort into at the moment. Also, I have invested in a microphone and I’m working on creating program packs for you guys to listen to as MP3 files – Great for listening to first thing in the morning, whilst driving to work, at the gym, whilst relaxing or before bed.

Some of the topics I look to cover will include: Motivation, Goal setting, Wealth, Health and Happiness – The basics for any human being to be happy, successful and to live a life with true value.

Today is just a quick post though about “Worrying, Stress, and Clearing Your Mind”

As a people, we tend to worry and over think and this naturally leads us to stress. And as we all know, stress can lead to a number of things:

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1) Anxiety

2) Depression

3) Lack of Sleep – Lack of sleep within itself causes health issues

4) Physical Illness

5) Poor Mood/State of Mind

So it makes sense that we do all we can do to try and not worry and over think right?

We need to be honest with ourselves and ask the Important question:

“What actually causes us stress”

Only you can ask this question to yourself…

Set aside some time and with a pen and some paper if necessary and write down that which is bothering you…It makes it so much easier and at least you can go back to what you have written down for reflection at a later date…

Once you find the root cause of what is bothering you, then and only then can you slowly start to work through the issue(s) – These exercises don’t work over night. Be patient with yourself and take your time.

“Stress could come from anything in life – Your 9-5 JOB (Just Over Broke), Family Life, Relationship Issues, Low Income or the Simple Act of Over Thinking”

Since I started practising Meditation, my thoughts have been a lot more calm and I am able to deal with day to day situations a lot easier. Meditation isn’t necessarily what you see in the movies though…

You know what I’m on about – Leg’s crossed, Aummm chanting sounds in the background and people dressed as a Buddhist or Monks… Don’t believe the hype my people LOL.

Meditation can simply be closing your eyes for 10-15 minutes a day, either sitting or lying down and just focusing on your breathing. There is scientific studies showing how Meditation works on the Human Anatomy, and I will share this with y’all if interested. You’d be surprised how many benefits there actually are once you do some research on the subject. Some key points on the benefits of Meditation to get you started are:

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1) NEUROSCIENTISTS have found that, after just 11 HOURS of meditation, practitioners had structural changes in the part of the brain involved in monitoring our FOCUS and SELF CONTROL.

2) Research has found meditation to promote ‘DIVERGENT THINKING’ a type of thinking that allows many new ideas to be generated – Talk About Ultimate Creativity.

3) Mindfulness also affects awareness and the FILTERING out of other mental processes during creative tasks.

Check out the link below for more information if you’re interested or do a Google search on:

“The Benefits of Meditation”

Source: https://www.headspace.com/science

Worrying is Like Walking Around With An Umbrella On A Sunny Day 

I kid you not, the woman on the TV just said the above quote to her friend on an Australian cooking show that I’ve got running in the background and I just had to post it in here – What a coincidence or was that meant to happen? Hmmmmm.

Without deviating though, worrying can be avoided and this is something I tell my Mum all the time. If you knew me a few years back, you would know that I used to worry…

“A LOT”

But life wasn’t productive for me back then and I wasn’t enjoying my life like we all should be…

So I researched, bought books about stress and anxiety, watched videos, went to seminars and years later, here I am helping others with what once use to be my enemy…The beautiful cycle of life eh 😀

But listen to the irony which just came to me – We all want to be happy and worry free, yet we are the ones creating worry for ourselves…Meditate on that for a moment…

In reality, no one can create worry for you but yourself…Have you ever looked at it like that?

I have a program that I’m creating to help people stop worrying which I’m saving for my book/e-book, but here’s a step by step guide below which I think is genius to help with this issue:

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Learning to Postpone Worrying:

  1. Create a “worry period.” Choose a set time and place for worrying. It should be the same every day (e.g. in the living room from 5:00 to 5:20 p.m.) and early enough that it won’t make you anxious right before bedtime. During your worry period, you’re allowed to worry about whatever’s on your mind. The rest of the day, however, is a worry-free zone.
  2. Postpone your worry. If an anxious thought or worry comes into your head during the day, make a brief note of it on paper and postpone it to your worry period. Remind yourself that you’ll have time to think about it later, so there’s no need to worry about it right now. Save it for later and continue to go about your day.
  3. Go over your “worry list” during the worry period. Reflect on the worries you wrote down during the day. If the thoughts are still bothering you, allow yourself to worry about them, but only for the amount of time you’ve specified for your worry period. If the worries don’t seem important any more, cut your worry period short and enjoy the rest of your day.

Source: http://www.helpguide.org/articles/anxiety/how-to-stop-worrying.htm

I could keep going, but this was only supposed to be a short post LOL – I just can’t help myself sometimes hehehe

I hope you have learned lot’s today, and have found both the video and blog post insightful.

Share with your friends, family and loved ones and let’s all make this world a better place day by day 🙂

Peace, Blessings, and Much Love To You All

NAMASTE

David Richards

DEE’S FITNESS – Author, Bodybuilder, Life Coach, Personal Trainer, Nutrition Advisor, Counsellor, Public Speaker, Entrepreneur 

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Stay in Shape This Winter With Dee

Hey Guys,

How’s it going out there 🙂

Coming up to the Christmas period is a time where the pounds start piling on and all the guys in the gym start “Bulking” –  A term used within the Bodybuilding/Fitness community, whereby dudes eat an over excessive amount of food for the love of the muscle LOL. I did at one time take part in such extreme eating.

But healthy eating is always the way forward and should be adopted as apart of your lifestyle.

Let’s face it, getting in shape and staying toned can be tricky, especially during the festive period. If you feel like your exercise regime has hit a wall, or you just want to give your efforts a boost, you might be interested in the various bodybuilding supplements now available.

For example, bodybuilding experts such as Monster Supplements offer creatine. This is a compound that’s involved in energy production within the body, so it plays an important role in health and fitness. If you’re interested in the sciencey stuff, it’s a nitrogenous organic acid that is produced in the liver. It helps to supply energy to cells around the body, especially those in the muscles. Creatine is made naturally in the body, but you can also get it from certain foods and supplements.

Because of its ability to supply energy where it’s most needed, many athletes and fitness enthusiasts take creatine supplements to help raise their performance levels. It can help them to train harder and compete more effectively. If you’re wondering whether this product could assist you, take a look at the following benefits of creatine.

Improving strength

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One of the main reasons people take this supplement is to bolster their strength levels. Because it helps the body to generate more energy, it can make lifting that extra weight or completing a few more reps that little bit easier.

Research conducted by a team at Charles Sturt University in Australia found that creatine can increase maximum performance and power in high-intensity anaerobic repetitive work. The scientists, who published their research in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, suggested that it could raise performance levels by as much as 15 per cent.

Increasing muscle mass

Creatine also boosts water retention, and this can have the effect of making muscles appear larger. When the substance is inside muscle cells, it attracts surrounding water and this can cause muscles to look bigger and more toned. If you’re trying to build up rippling abs and bulging biceps, this is something to bear in mind.

Improving muscle recovery

The compound is also thought to boost muscle recovery after exercise. If you’re hitting the gym hard, you’ll know how difficult it can be to keep up an intense fitness regime. Trying to start a workout when your muscles are aching and tender can be a real chore.

Experts believe that creatine supplements can help to reduce protein breakdown following intense exercise. This may mean the products make it easier to stick to gruelling exercise plans.

Other potential health benefits

It’s not only in the world of bodybuilding and fitness that creatine is causing a stir. It’s now believed that the substance could help to promote health in range of circumstances. For example, a study published in the Journal of Neurochemistry found that the substance might be useful in treating neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s.

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Meanwhile, a team from Ruhr University Bochum in Germany discovered that creatine could help to improve the strength of people who suffer from muscular dystrophy. The experts conducted short and medium-term experiments and revealed that treatment with the supplement improved muscle strength and was well-tolerated.

Creatine may even prove useful in treating depression. Researchers from three South Korean universities discovered that women with depression who added five grams of the compound to their daily antidepressant responded twice as quickly to the medication and experienced remission of the condition at twice the rate compared with women who only took the antidepressant.

See for yourself

If you think creatine could benefit your health regime, you can purchase the supplements online. Of course, it’s important to bear in mind that supplements of any kind shouldn’t be seen as a substitute for a healthy diet. Instead, they should be taken alongside balanced and nutritious meals.

Look out for the next winter special where I’ll be bringing you my secret dietary tips that’ll be sure to help you keep trim throughout the up n coming festive period.

Until next time – Eat well and Stay Motivated

Dee’s Fitness

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Losing weight is never as easy or as straight-forward as we would like it to be and there are tons of tips and advice out there that it’s hard to know which advice to follow for successful results.

We’ve kept things simple with 5 Essential Tips for Weight loss:

Don’t make drastic changes to your diet

Making a huge initial change to your diet will get you results in the short term, but long term you will struggle as you will have less tools to use when you hit plateaus.

Be consistent

Consistency is key!

Try to maintain something that can be manageable. Do not aim for something that is not maintainable. Better to have 100 okay days back to back than having 25 perfect days followed by a week on binge eating.

Track progress, adjust if needed

Tracking progress will help you understand what is happening with your body. The use of pictures can be good to see how your body is changing as sometimes we don’t notice or trick ourselves into thinking we’ve lost weight. If your body is not changing then you need to make a change to your diet or exercise program.

Make a food diary

By tracking calorie intake, it gives you more accurate data to work off when analysing your progress. If you are taking on too much food, you can adjust and alter your food diary accordingly. We also find that when we write down what we eat, we tend to eat less and may realise we eat a lot more than we thought we did!

Be patient

It is better to take things nice and steady; losing 1-2lbs a week is generally a good rule of thumb to aim for. Any faster is probably too fast!

Author Bio: This post was written by Vinnie Duong a Personal Trainer and Co-founder of Heavy Duty Apparel.