March 26, 2013 / Category: Fitness Advisor
It should come as no surprise that you need both a healthy diet and an effective workout plan to reach your health and wellness goals. As the old saying goes, “You can’t out-train a bad diet.” If you want to be healthy inside and out, you have to eat clean and train mean. Some people take this mantra very seriously, but even small lifestyle changes will go a long way. Use these tips to clean up your diet and step up your workouts:
What is eating clean? Eating clean involves not only choosing the right foods to eat but also avoiding junk foods and processed foods whenever possible. Try eating more plant foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Also consider choosing grass-fed and free-range meats and poultry, fresh fish, low fat dairy products and raw nuts and seeds.
March 20, 2013 / Category: Innovation
We all know there is no shortage of fitness apps on the market, but very few successfully combine indoor and outdoor workout tracking. Today, we are happy to announce that the new Life Fitness LFconnect App, for both iOS and Android, does just that.
The app will serve as a compliment to lfconnect.com, which allows you to create custom workouts, set fitness goals and customize machine settings so that personalized options can be instantly accessed at the gym. Workouts tracked with the LFconnect app will be automatically synced to lfconnect.com, allowing you to monitor your progress over time.
November 27, 2012 / Category: Fitness Advisor
Documenting diet and exercise can go a long way in helping you stick to a fitness regimen. Whether you use pen and paper or a smartphone, documenting your health and fitness routines is an essential part of getting and staying fit. Use these tips from to stay on track, even during the holiday season.
Log your exercise. You can use a monthly calendar or go high tech with tools like theLife Fitness LFconnect site. The site and mobile app allow exercisers to create and track their workouts and view progress over time. Remember to record both your cardio and strength training routines for a full picture.