When trying a new trail, go with someone who knows it–and bring a map, compass, cell phone, and whistle. If you do go solo, give someone a map of your intended route. Go to ant Government website, collect the map and plot your route.
Saturday, April 7, 2:30 – 4:00 p.m. – Baby Mama Yoga. Enjoy an afternoon of yoga with your baby. Stretch, strengthen and relax. $30 per family; preregistration is required. Call 847-309-9808 or 815-529-3551 to register. The Yoga Effect, 170 Center St. Unit 3, Grayslake.
One of the biggest falsehoods is about the great results you can achieve with spot reduction. There are some real sham artists out there claiming that you can focus workouts on only one part of your body, like abdominals, and burn away the fat on just that part.That’s blatantly false! What’s actually needed is an in-depth knowledge of fitness athletic shoes, understanding exactly how fat is burned and knowing how muscle gets built.
After that I went and taught at a place called Bastyr University. They train naturopathic doctors. My wife actually was going to school there. Then we moved back to California and we’ve been in our own practice for the last five years doing chiropractic and teaching raw food nutrition.
You don’t want to start your day with soft drinks, or anything with a lot of plain sugar. So doughnuts, sweets or pastries would not be a good idea. Things that appear healthy, like some of the breakfast squares or cereal bars are more processed than they are whole grains. I would stay away from these, because they won’t nourish your body. So you really want foods that are closer to the way they came out of the ground.
Sunday, April 8, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. – Prayers for World Peace: Teachings and Meditations on Love and Compassion. Donations appreciated. Vajrayana Kadampa Buddhist Center, 13 Harrison Street, Oak Park.
This is a tricky subject. Low carbohydrate diets in high performance athletics are still relatively new. Your body needs some type of energy source which can be only from either carbohydrates (turned to sugar and then stored in your muscles and liver as glycogen) or (good) fats. A low carb diet may work in endurance sports as long as you have more fat and less protein (as opposed to high fat and high protein), plenty of vegetables and occasional servings of fruit. In strength sports, however, in which explosiveness is required such as sprinting, it would be hard to find an athlete who doesn’t eat carbohydrates. More research is needed here. Sadly, much of the research concerning sports nutrition is paid by supplement companies.