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Exercise Routines for a Busy Lifestyle

Researchers believe that a few years down the line half of the UK population will suffer from obesity. The National Obesity Forum said. “The UK is in danger of surpassing the ‘doomsday scenario’ portrayed in the 2007 report which predicted that half of the nation would be obese by 2050.” As the The Independent reports that, “By 2030 there will be 26 million people in the UK who are obese – a rise of 73% from the current 15 million.”

The fast paced world today demands so much of our time that it has taken over what we eat and how we spend our time. The use of cars, tight work schedule, lifts, machinery, escalators and so on has contributed to an unhealthy lifestyle and eating habit. The energy input has become greater than the energy output which translate into excess weight and eventually leads to obesity related problems.

The statistics are quite scary and there are so many barriers to getting the required amount of exercise however spending at least 30 minutes a day on physical activity will keep those health problems at bay.

SIMPLE AND EASY TO FOLLOW EXERCISE ROUTINES THAT REALLY WORK
Walking

This is known as the weight bearing exercise which is a great way to maintain overall health. Spending 30 minutes daily on this physical activity will help reduce body fat, increase cholesterol fitness, improve blood pressure and muscle strength. Using the stairs or walking to the office from the parking lot is a great way to incorporate this activity into the daily routine. According to Dr Andrew Weil MD, says that, “it’s the perfect exercise because it’s what we were were designed to do. Since walking is something we can do indoors, outdoors, or with friends, and because it’s one of the safest exercises — making injury rates very low —it’s an essential exercise to incorporate into our lifestyles.”

Working out at work

Trying to avail every opportunity for a quick workout session at work is the key. Keeping an exercising ball or dumbbells in the office makes it possible to steal a quick moment for those presses and crunches. Joan Price, author of The Anytime, Anywhere Exercise Book. points out that, “We are made to move, not sit at a desk 12 hours a day. As ergonomic as your desk or chair may be, sitting produces back pains, headaches, and listlessness. You become less productive.”

Early to bed and early to rise policy

There is nothing like en early riser. You are ahead of the game and can actually get the time to tick off exercising from your daily to do list. According to Brett and Kate McKay, The Art of Manliness, “the benefit of waking up early is increased productivity- The world is a much quieter place at 6AM in the morning. The kiddos are probably still asleep and businesses haven’t opened yet. You can use this time to get a head start on the day. Plan out your day, work on your side business, catch up on emails, exercise, or take care of those annoying administrative things that tend to get overlooked during the workday.”

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New Years Eve 2013 Events in Hull

New-Year's Eve Party Venues in HullHull may have just received the city of culture for next year but one cultural event that is likely to be as exciting as ever is this years, variety of New Years Eve party venues in Hull.

For those of you looking for a quiet night in this article is definitely not for you, as we have out together a plethora of party venues to dance the night away and eat yourself daft in the process.

No matter what your preference you will find an event in on this page that suits you down to the ground. Continue reading

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The Top 5 Christmas Events in Hull, UK 2013

Now that Hull’s Christmas lights have been officially switched on, the real countdown to Christmas has begun. On December 5th, Hull will be welcoming the Coca Cola truck from 1pm to 9pm. It will pull up at Queen Victoria square, where there will be music and free refreshments on offer. This brightly lit vehicle is guaranteed to spread festive cheer wherever it goes. Continue reading

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Getting The Most Out Of The City, With Hotels In Hull City Centre

hull1Whether looking for places to eat, shop, relax or just enjoy various attractions, Hull City offers the best of all these. Hull is an upcoming city at the waterfront and is popular with coach parties. There are a total of eight museums, the Hull Truck Theatre and leisure centres that offer a perfect city experience. The residents of Hull city are caring, full of energy and spend most of their time in community development projects. One outstanding characteristic about being in Hull is that there are plenty of hotels in Hull city centre, which gives visitors easy access to various places of recreation, shopping centres and coach facilities. Here are some of the hotels located at the city centre: Continue reading

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An Overview Of Tourist Attractions To Visit When Staying At Hotels In Hull City Centre

Hull is one of the most beautiful cities the in the UK, therefore its no surprised that many people visit Hull every year and are looking at all this city has to offer. If you find that you are going to be visiting Hull and staying in one of the many hotels in Hull city centre, then you should make sure that you know exactly what this city has to offer. Be sure not to miss all the wonders that are located here. Hull is on the bank of the River Hull and is currently viewed as one of the most important cities in the UK. If you are a visitor to this great city then you should know that is has something to for everyone, you can find museums, parks, gardens, shopping, and restaurants. No matter what kind of tourist attractions in Hull you are looking for, you won’t be disappointed. Continue reading

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Making the Most of staying at hotels in Hull City Centre

Hotels In Hull City Centre Are Proving Popular With Tourists

1There are a number of UK hotspots for people from all over the world to come and visit for a short break. Many will visit the major UK cities such as London, Manchester and Edinburgh, but there are a number of other places to visit which can offer just as much as the major ones. One of them cities is the vibrant city of Kingston Upon Hull, or better known as Hull. The city itself is situated in Yorkshire, North of England, and is located next to the river Hull.

So what is it that Kingston Upon Hull has to offer which is keeping the tourists flocking to the city all year round?

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