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Category: Fitness & Nutrition

Exclusive articles by Eagle experts sharing views on health, fitness, family, art, food, fashion and community news. Click Here to Meet our Contributers

Steady-State Versus High Interval Training
writes, "So last week I asked my FaceBook friends if they read on the treadmill. This week I wanted to expand further on the subject. Which cardio is better, Steady-State or High Interval Training?"

Reading During Cardio
writes, "A friend of mine recently asked me, "Trina, are you more or less productive in burning calories when you read on the treadmill or exercise bike?" Unfortunatly, reading during cardio workouts hasn't changed in decades. In fact they now make exercise equipment with high-end book racks to make it easier to read while passing the dreaded cardio time.

I was curious what my Facebook friends thought of this, so I posted the questions, "Do you read while doing cardio? What are the pros and cons?" Here are some of your responses:

writes, "We live in an age where information is instant and immediate. If we don't like what we hear we turn it off, change the channel, click the back button, or unsubscribe. So what do we know to be true? I have been sharing tips with you for over 6 years, and I hope you question my authority. What I am saying is do your research - what are the best options for one may not be the best options for you, and they certainly are not your only options. Don't believe everything you read in magazines, see on the internet, facebook, twitter, and tv. Just because someone says they have tons of experience or they have a list of credentials does not always make them an expert."

The Hidden Fat in "Healthier" Dishes
writes, "Are you like most and enjoy going out to eat? The kids and I seem to make it a ritual at least once a week. However if you are a traveler, single, or you and your spouse don't cook much at home anymore and you eat out several times a week you may be surprised how much you are actually digesting."

Top Ten Tips to Live By
writes, "There are reasons we live here in Idaho. It is one of the few states you can go fish, hunt, ride, run, swim all within 10 miles from your home. With the seasons changing - so may your exercise routine. In the summer you might have been an indoor gym user, or you visited the lake for some water sports. Perhaps you devoted your summer to the kids and the winter is now your time. Whatever your routine may be, I want to share my top 10 tips to live by every day - learned over the years from my clients, other trainers, and my teachers. "

Our Wheel of Life
writes, "This time of year is a good time to revisit our goals, and re-evaluate our wheel of life. "

Eat What You Want and Still Lose The Weight
writes, "I see this statement everywhere - is there really any truth in it? I have noticed some changes in my body after having my last child at the age of 40. Call it hormones or just my body clock moving a little slower, whatever the case may be - I cannot eat what I want and still lose the weight. Trust Me!"

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