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Lifestyle & Fitness: Lose it at Work…

Five ways to lose weight at work.

Give workplace weight gain the pink slip by employing these tactics for taking more steps, making healthier food choices, and managing stress, candy, and caffeine.

Break for stress.

Get in-tune with yourself. When you’re feeling frazzled and stressed… take a break. Try to take at least 5 to 10 minutes to get away from the cause of your stress. Get up and stretch, walk around, and/or refresh yourself with water. Use this as an alternative to allowing your stresses trigger your cravings which causes you to munch on foods that are not needed. By doing so you will stay in control, and make wiser decisions.

Pick tea over coffee.

Coffeemakers are as customary to the workplace as neckties and deadlines, but if your afternoon cup of java is loaded with caffeine, sugars and fats, you could be overloading your body with unneeded and unwanted calories. Satisfy yourself tea instead and get rid of the unwanted extras.

Hit up the water cooler.

When filtered water is available, people are more likely to drink it. Not only will you have to get up to fill your cup, but also water can help you shed pounds.

Snacking – healthy alternatives.

When your hunger starts attacking at 4 p.m., prepare yourself and munch on healthier snacks (trail mix, dried fruit, carrots, or nuts), that you’ve brought to work. Go outside to get some fresh air or get away from your work area. This combination will help you get rid of your cravings and you will decrease your overall fat and calorie intake because you did not go for that cookie, or piece of chocolate, or bag of chips.

Bring your toothbrush to work.

Not only does brushing at work fight cavities, but it helps to fight against cravings too. Getting your breath minty fresh will reduce your cravings and will make you think twice about putting unhealthy foods into your mouth.

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Disclaimer: All exercises and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice, proper supervision and/or pre-exercise evaluation. The videos, techniques, ideas, and exercise suggestions presented on this website are not intended to be professional training advice. Always consult your physician or health care professional before performing any exercise, especially if you have any chronic or recurring condition, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. All exercises you perform at your own responsibility and at your own risk.

Active Holiday Family Fun In Cincinnati

Get out of the house and into the fun this Winter! Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky offer a variety of indoor and outdoor activities for the entire family. Show off your new figure and your winter wardrobe while getting out on the town!

Cincinnati Duke Energy Holiday Trains

Cincinnati Holiday FunAn annual favorite, your family will enjoy the Duke Energy Holiday Trains at the Cincinnati Museum Center. Located inside Union Terminal, this season offers a train ride for the kids, scavenger hunt, music, dancing and a steam train trip through the Canadian Rockies in the five-story Omnimax theater.

Fountain Square Ice Rink

Enjoy being outdoors in the winter?  Skate some laps around the Fountain Square ice rink.  Whether you’re a novice or a pro, there’s room for all skill levels.  There’s plenty of food and other attractions on the Square to fill an entire day! Cincinnati Fun Ice Rink

Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Carriage Rides

Spend some time with your significant other while taking in the holiday season on a carriage ride through downtown Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky.  Enjoy a trip along the beautiful skyline while listening to music in your carriage.  Heated blankets are available for those extra cold nights!

Disclaimer: All exercises and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice, proper supervision and/or pre-exercise evaluation. The videos, techniques, ideas, and exercise suggestions presented on this website are not intended to be professional training advice. Always consult your physician or health care professional before performing any exercise, especially if you have any chronic or recurring condition, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. All exercises you perform at your own responsibility and at your own risk.

Fun Fall Family Outings!

Fall is here! For many of us this means the arrival of football, which costume party to attend, or how much or how little candy we’re going to eat. But Halloween is not the only reason fall is fun. The changing seasons, cooler temperatures and outdoor activities give families plenty of incentive to get out and enjoy this beautiful season. Here are some opportunities to get out and enjoy the great outdoors with your family:

Fall Festival-Kinman Farms Northern Kentucky Activities
Located near Burlington, KY, Kinman Farms has plenty of activities for both kids and adults. Take a hayride around the farm, see barn animals, ride a pony or relax around the bonfire. Try to make it through the 5-acre Corn Maze! Group rates and coupons are available on the website.

Magic Forest Halloween Hikes Fun and Exercise in Cincinnati
Take the kids on a non-scary Halloween walk on Friday, October 21. Call today or visit the website to schedule your hike through a pumpkin lit trail. Hikes last about an hour. Get out and enjoy the scenery as you encounter costumed characters.

Fall on the Farm Cincinnati Fall Activities
Any weekend in October head on out to Lebanon, OH, for a day of fun and activities at Fall on the Farm. Make your way through the “Corn Field Express,” a 7-acre corn maze! Enjoy pumpkin patch hayrides, a straw maze for the young ones, live goats, fresh apple cider, food, music and more. Admission is FREE!

Disclaimer: All exercises and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice, proper supervision and/or pre-exercise evaluation. The videos, techniques, ideas, and exercise suggestions presented on this website are not intended to be professional training advice. Always consult your physician or health care professional before performing any exercise, especially if you have any chronic or recurring condition, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. All exercises you perform at your own responsibility and at your own risk.

Help Others Gain by Your Loss

Figure Weight Loss is a great way to lose weight. The physician assisted diet pill plan is a great start to achieving the “new you.” In addition, exercise is an essential part of losing weight and staying healthy. As you lose weight you find that you have more energy. Use this energy to benefit those in need. Take part in a charity walk/run and support a great cause. Walk/runs offer exercise and are a wonderful opportunity for the entire family to be fun and healthy. Here are some walk/runs for the upcoming month:

Running Scared 5k Cincinnati walk/run for charity and weight loss
Help support youth education in the Cincinnati Valley area by running or walking this flat 3.1 mile course. Participants are encouraged to wear costumes and are invited to the post race party for live music, food and drinks. Click on the link above for more details.

Cincinnati Walks for Kids Cincinnati walk for charity and weight loss
Spend the day at fun filled Coney Island and help support one of the best hospitals in the country. Walk in the morning and then enjoy face painting, music, five classic Coney Island rides and plenty of refreshments that the whole family will enjoy. Cincinnati Children’s is a nonprofit hospital and research center that relies on the generosity of great people like you. Sign up today!

Loop for Lana 5k walk/run Northern Kentucky run/walk for charity and weight loss
Proceeds benefit the Elana Brophy Memorial Scholarship Fund and CureSearch – National Childhood Cancer Research Foundation. Enjoy a scenic walk or run through Northern Kentucky and support a great cause! Catering and live music to follow the race. Don’t forget to order your race shirt!

Run Like Hell Cincinnati Race for Charity and Weight Loss
Choose your costume and get ready to run! Cincinnati’s Halloween tradition benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This 5k race features free food and drinks, cheap beer, live music and prizes for the most creative costumes. Entry fee goes up the closer it gets to race day, so sign yourself or team up today!

Disclaimer: All exercises and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice, proper supervision and/or pre-exercise evaluation. The videos, techniques, ideas, and exercise suggestions presented on this website are not intended to be professional training advice. Always consult your physician or health care professional before performing any exercise, especially if you have any chronic or recurring condition, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. All exercises you perform at your own responsibility and at your own risk.

We Want To Hear Your Success Stories!

Have you had success with Figure Weight Loss? We want to hear from you! Share your story on our blog. Show your pride in your hard work and accomplishments and serve as a shining model for others to follow.

What’s Worked? Figure Weight Loss Results Figure Weight Loss Results
Tell the FWL community what’s worked for you. Have you tried other diet plans? What is it about the FWL system that allowed you to achieve success where other diets failed? What difficulties did you encounter during your FWL experience? How did you overcome them? How important is it to have doctors available to answer questions and monitor your progress? What advice can you offer those just starting the Figure Weight Loss doctor assisted diet pill plan?

They say pictures are worth a thousand words. Let yours do the talking! Post your before and after photos on the FWL blog, or create a testimonial video.

This is your chance to be vocal! Be the inspiration for others just beginning the Figure Weight Loss diet plan!

Disclaimer: All exercises and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice, proper supervision and/or pre-exercise evaluation. The videos, techniques, ideas, and exercise suggestions presented on this website are not intended to be professional training advice. Always consult your physician or health care professional before performing any exercise, especially if you have any chronic or recurring condition, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. All exercises you perform at your own responsibility and at your own risk.