Thursday, January 27, 2011

Aim for 1 Mile

On average, it takes one mile of walking or running to burn 100 calories, says nutritional biochemist and exercise physiologist Shawn M. Talbott, Ph.D. “So the faster you can cover the mile, the faster you can burn off the 100 calories.” A treadmill calculates your distance as your walk or run, while four laps on a running track will constitute a mile. You can also use Google’s pedometer map to plan a mile course around your house or office, or use a traditional pedometer: 2,000 steps equals about one mile.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

A healthy yummy smoothy.

This organic agave necter is the best sweetner on the market in my opinion.
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Saturday, January 1, 2011


     I am so excited about starting this year off on the good foot!! I actually woke up stretching and warming up my muscles for a great workout to begin my day.  I have to admit I started my exercise routine about a week ago so that my working out wouldn't feel so rushed because OMG its January and I have to get in shape LOL! So now that I am already in motion I can more easily jump start my Journey to no Jiggles!  Let's take this Journey together!

Check out the other pages such as LETS WALK  for some healthy tips and view my own plan to work off these Jiggles!