Chili and iPhone Walking to Lose Weight
This Christmas as we all take stock and decide, consciously or otherwise- sometimes the decision is through focus and positivity, or it can be unconscious awareness that we have eaten and moved less over these few days, to “do something” about the extra pounds gained, walking to lose weight will easily be a popular choice on the exercise front. In this technical era, when innovation and design improvements are mandatory, even walking for weight loss can be taken to the next generation, however.
I am looking for ideas to add to and improve my walking experience. It seems that there is a constant stream of ideas from walking accessories, Iphone applications, and medical research to the latest fad nutritional supplement.
Each New Year we tend to look at the coming year and focus on some aspect of life, maybe very specifically-I’ll take the dog for an hour walk every day- to the general, such as using all the latest “help” available to continue the walking to lose weight program. This is an ongoing commitment to walking to lose weight as it is a lifestyle change into an active person for you.
One way to keep the attention on walking for weight loss is to ensure fresh ideas overlaid on the basics.
The two new ideas to grab my attention for 2010 are the iPhone apps such as Weight Watchers and the chili supplement which has incorporated calorie burning by metabolism enhancement.
I am a big pedometer fan and find the low tech versions to be fantastic for those starting out with walking to lose weight. If you like to play with a bit more technique however a more advanced version such as the one mentioned on the right could be more to your liking. The sales link is to my Amazon affiliate account.
The various iPhone apps with every weight loss concept covered are enticing. Sometimes this can be an illusion, especially if the technical side is not a joy to you. There is not a way for the iPhone to magically cause weight loss or do the walk for you. I am considering it, not as a specific weight loss tool, but the technical side requires some commitment on my part.
Protective encapsulation protects one’s stomach from inflammation and the supplement increases calories burned without walking, etc. I’m not sure why this is supposed to happen.
However 2010 is the year for new and fresh ideas for walking to lose weight and weight loss for me.
Anyone wishing to make comments on the Iphone for weight loss, or the chili supplement are welcome.