How Plexus Can Change The Way Your Gut Functions

plexus

Getting and keeping your gut healthy is very important to the vitality of your entire body. To have the best operating body, it all starts in the gut area. However, even when you eat the right foods and stick to an exercise plan, it can be tough to maintain. Sometimes, an additional supplement can be just what you need to keep the digestive tract clean and working, as it should. Plexus has several products that will in everything your gut needs.

 

What Is Plexus?

 

Simply put, Plexus is used to help those get closer to and guide them towards their weight loss plan. The company, Plexus Worldwide, sells Plexus, which is a supplement that promotes gut health. It contains familiar ingredients that are recognized for their correlation to weight loss, such as Garcinia Cambogia and Green Coffee Bean Extract. Besides these two Plexus ingredients, it includes:

 

  • Polydextrose
  • Citric Acid
  • Beet Root
  • Grape Skin Extract
  • Lo Han Extract
  • Stevia
  • Rosmarinic Acid
  • Hydroxycinnamic Acid
  • Alpha Lipoic Acid
  • Oypregnane Steroidal Glycoside ( Hoodia)
  • Natural Flavors
  • Chromium Polynicotinate

 

Plexus And Potential Side Effects

 

It’s important to know about all of the ingredients in any supplement you take because it can cause side effects, some that are adverse. Plexus Worldwide states that there are no side effects when taking their supplement. However, reviews from those who have the first-hand experience claim there are. Some side effects that have been reported are:

 

  • pain in the stomach
  • nausea
  • constipation
  • high blood pressure
  • increased heart rate
  • dizziness
  • slight chest pain
  • consistent headache
  • heartburn
  • anxiety

 

 

Earlier this year we did a trial with Plexus and found there to be no side effects. It must be noted, though, that any medication or supplement can react to the body differently. Therefore, watch for any new symptoms when you are first starting Plexus.

 

What Are The Benefits Of Plexus?

 

Since there are not many studies directly on Plexus and the results that it has on weight loss, we did our own experiment. We tracked the user for a month to see if they would, in fact, lose weight and in that amount of time, we found that without changing anything, Dawn lost 4 pounds. Besides out experiment, Plexus reviews have been good. The supplement is well received by the majority of people that take it.

 

Other than weight loss, Plexus reviewers have stated other beneficial factors while taking the supplement. Reviewers say that it has an impact on mood, improving things such as depression and anxiety. Plexus can solve the pain in your stomach resulting from poor diet decisions or Candida. In fact, it is great to relieve Candida symptoms that can make your stomach hurt, too.

 

Is There Anything Bad About It?

 

Of course, everyone doesn’t think that Plexus is the greatest. In fact, some think that it is dangerous because of all of the ingredients not being made up of completely natural substances.  The danger in this is the underlying ingredients that end up in your body after taking this. This does not take away from what it actually working as stated though. It does make it questionable for the overall safety.

 

Looking back at our research, none of this hurt our participant Dawn, who didn’t just lose pounds, but inches from her body. It is something to take notice of since she did not do anything different with her diet or exercise. This all came from the Plexus supplement.

 

Conclusion

 

Using Plexus to get your gut back to the healthy shape it needs to be is an accurate way in doing so. Besides, the stomach problems that it helps to relief, the supplement have added benefits such as weight loss, better moods, lower stress levels, and a better immune system. Just remember to be cautious and know that it might not be the right option for you. It is still worth a try if you need to fix your gut from holiday or vacation food indulgence.

Dryland Workout For Swimmers At Home, Legs, Abs, Shoulders

swimmers workout home

In order to get that fraction of a second edge in the pool. You need a swimmers dryland workout plan. Our at home workout will give you the edge you need to up your swim game.

This simple 3 day a week program focuses on shoulders, legs, and core. Swimmers we have worked with tell us their leg strength and arm power need a boast. We are focusing on bringing balance to the whole body. A lot of time swimmers might have strong arms or weak legs and hips or vice versa. Targeting these parts of the body can bring in balance which brings in a better time.

Try our 3 days a week workout program designed for High School and middle school swimmers for 30 days. This is something you want to during the season. You get your reps in the pool, this is to supplement that work.

Our weekly program requires very little gym equipment and can be done at home in under 30 minutes.

First, we will break things out by Monday, Wednesday, and Friday(Vanity Day). Resting over the weekend but if you have a chance to do some light cardio. We recommend a 20-minute jog around the neighborhood or treadmill work to keep your cardio up. Swim cardio is different from run cardio but both require proper breathing properly. That is why we only recommend 20 minutes max. A long walk is ok as well.

For swimmers, we want to focus on 3 aspects during the season. Shoulders, legs(for power) and core.

Equipment You Need

  • Bands
  • Stop Watch
  • Dumbells
  • Treadmill

The Workout

2 min light run or walk for warm-up

Monday
Push: Push Ups, hold for 5 seconds at the bottom of each rep 3 sets of 5
Pull: Bent Over Rows With Dumbbells  3 sets of 8
Shoulder: Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 15
Arms: Band Curls 3 sets 10
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Wednesday
Squat: Squat Jumps 3 sets of 10
Single Leg: Split Squat 3 sets of 8 on each leg – no weight
Shoulder: Underhand Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 15
Back: Supermans with one 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 12
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Friday (Vanity Day)
2 minutes of Push Ups(Track the number of reps per week)
100 band curls (For Time: Beat your score each week)
100 band pull apparts (For Time: Beat your score each week)

Pick a different core each workout;

Hollow Body Hold

Plank Up Downs

Russian Twists

V Sit Ups

30 Minute At Home Workout For Men, Abs, Cardio, Legs, Upper Body

Between work and family, men often have a hard time finding 30 minutes to workout. If you leave early in the morning to work early or get home really later. It can be hard to find the time or even a class that will fit into your schedule.  Try our month-long 30 minute at home workout for men. Our weekly program requires very little gym equipment and can be done at home in under 30 minutes.

First, we will break things out by Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday(Vanity Day) Thursday and Friday. Rest up on the weekends, enjoy family time and get back at it the next week.

If you want to add a cardio day, like a 20-minute run or long walk go for it.

For men, we want to focus on 4 aspects. Upper body, legs, cardio and of course abs.

Equipment You Need

  • Pull Up Bar
  • Bands
  • Treadmill
  • Stop Watch
  • Dumbells

The Workout

2 min light run or walk for warm-up

Monday
Push: Push Ups 5 sets of 10
Pull: Pull Ups 5 sets of 5
Shoulder: Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 20
Arms: Band Curls 3 sets 20
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Tuesday
Squat: Dumbbell Squat 3 sets of 10 – Dumbells over ear level
Single Leg: Split Squat 3 sets of 10 on each leg
Back: Supermans with one 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Wednesday (Vanity Day)
4 minutes of Push Ups(Track the number of reps per week)
100 band curls (For Time: Beat your score each week)
100 band pull apparts (For Time: Beat your score each week)
2 minutes of Burpees (Track the number of reps per week)

Thursday
Push: Dumbell Press 3 sets of 10 – You can do this on a bench or the floor.
Pull: Chin Ups 5 sets of 5
Shoulder: Underhand Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 20
Arms: Alternate DB Curls 3 sets 15
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Friday
Squat: Goblet Squat 3 sets of 10
Single Leg: Statue Of Liberty Split Squat 3 sets of 8 on each leg
Back: Reverse Dumbbell Fly 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Pick a different core each workout;

Hollow Body Hold

Plank Up Downs

Bicycles

Sprinter Ups

Couple Workouts At Home, Fun Workout Exercises To Do Together

Couples workout

Time to get back into shape and what better accountability partner than your spouse. Whether the kids are in bed or it is early in the morning. What better way to reconnect than working out as a couple and doing something healthy together.

We know how business schedules can be so we are keeping this a two day a week workout plan. If you want more, a Bootcamp type class or some cardio will do on other days. Remember to try an exercise every other day, giving your body a chance to rest and rebuild.

Focus on the workout for one month. Then mix it up with something else. We always recommend mixing up your routine every month. The 80 / 20 principle applies to exercise as well. The most significant changes you will see is in the first three weeks.

Equipment You Need

  • Bands
  • Stop Watch
  • Dumbells
  • Pull Up Bar
  • Slidders

The Workout

2 minute Burpee/ Jump Jax combo – Facing each other one person will do a burpee while the other is doing Jump Jax. When person one finishes their burpee, rotate. Do this for 2 minutes, repeating back and forth. Each week add 30 seconds to the warm-up. So the last session you are doing this for 4 minutes.

Day 1 – Upper Body
Push: Push Up High Fives 4 sets of 10 – Face each other go down and up together. Give each other a high five at the top. Rotate the hand you use the high five each time.
* Superset – 4 sets – Alternate, so while one is doing rows, the other is doing pull-ups
Pull A: Bent Over Rows with a 5-second hold at the top with Dumbbells 10 reps
Pull B: Pull-ups with a 5-second hold at the top 5 reps
Shoulder: Band Pull Apparts 4 sets 25
Arms: Band Curls 4 sets 25
Core workout 4 sets of 30 seconds each exercise. So each round/ set should last 2 minutes

Day 1 – Lower Body
Squat: Goblet Squat 4 sets of 10 – Face each other and do then in unison
Single Leg: Split Squat 4 sets of 8 on each leg with 3 sec hold at bottom
Legs: Slider Hamstring Curls 4 sets 12
Back: Supermans with one 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15 – Lay side by side. Do a full rotation from your one side, all the way to the other than pass and hold the position while your partner goes. Pick Core workout 4 sets of 30 seconds each exercise. So each round/ set should last 2 minutes

Core workout;

Hollow Body Hold

Plank Up Downs With Partner Should Taps – Face each other go down and up together. Give each other a should tap at the top. Rotate the hand you use the should tap each time.

Sit Up High Fives – Face each other feet together.

Sprinter Ups

*Superset means doing the exercise back to back before taking a break. So do A then B then take a 30 second to 1-minute break.

Softball Offseason Workout Conditioning Plan At Home

Softball workout

The only way to stay ahead of everyone else is to outwork them. That is where your softball offseason workout plan comes in.

This simple 3 day a week program is focusing on upper body strength, legs, and core. Most Softball players we have worked with express an interest in increasing their upper body strength. This makes sense for batting and throwing. But strong arms are not all you need to do those things. Legs and core come into play as well.

Try our 3 days a week workout program designed for High School players for 30 days. This is something you want to do before the season starts and even during voluntary workouts.

Our weekly program requires very little gym equipment and can be done at home in under 30 minutes.

First, we will break things out by Monday, Wednesday, and Friday(Vanity Day). Resting over the weekend but if you have a chance to do some light cardio. We recommend a 20-minute jog around the neighborhood or treadmill work to keep your cardio for slipping. You don’t want to be huffing and puffing during tryouts. The coaches want to see you in shape and ready to go.

Remember this is in addition to you practicing your game. If it’s nice out, get out and throw the ball for 20 minutes.

For a Softball player, we want to focus on 3 aspects during the offseason. Upper body strength, legs(for power) and core.

Equipment You Need

  • Bands
  • Stop Watch
  • Dumbells

The Workout

2 min light run or walk for warm-up

Monday
Push: Push Ups 3 sets of 8
Pull: Bent Over Rows With Dumbbells  3 sets of 8
Shoulder: Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 20
Arms: Band Curls 3 sets 20
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Wednesday
Squat: Goblet Squat 3 sets of 10
Single Leg: Split Squat 3 sets of 8 on each leg
Back: Supermans with one 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15
Pick a core 4 sets of 30 seconds

Friday (Vanity Day)
3 minutes of Push Ups(Track the number of reps per week)
100 band curls (For Time: Beat your score each week)
100 band pull apparts (For Time: Beat your score each week)

Pick a different core each workout;

Hollow Body Hold

Plank Up Downs

Bicycles

Sprinter Ups

Basketball Offseason At Home Workout For High School Or Junior High Players

Basketball Workout

The basketball offseason is an import time to rest nagging injuries. But also a chance to build strength and improve performance while others are taking it easy. Try our month-long offseason basketball workout design for High School players. Our weekly program requires very little gym equipment and can be done at home in under 30 minutes.

First, we will break things out by Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday(Vanity Day) Thursday and Friday. Rest up on the weekends and get back at it the next week.

Remember this is in addition to you practicing your game. Playing basketball and exercising for basketball use different movements and different muscles so they can go in tandem.

For a Basketball player, we want to focus on 3 aspects during the offseason. Cardio, legs(vert) and upper body strength. During the off-season, now is the time to pack on some muscle.

Equipment You Need

  • Pull Up Bar
  • Bands
  • Stop Watch
  • Dumbells

The Workout

2 min light run or walk for warm-up

Monday
Push: Push Ups 5 sets of 10
Pull: Pull Ups 5 sets of 5
Shoulder: Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 20
Arms: Band Curls 3 sets 20
Jump Tuck Burpee 3 sets of 30 seconds

Tuesday
Squat: Man Makers 3 sets of 10
Single Leg: Split Squat 3 sets of 10 on each leg
Back: Supermans with one 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15
Pick a core 3 sets of 30 seconds

Wednesday (Vanity Day)
4 minutes of Push Ups(Track the number of reps per week)
100 band curls (For Time: Beat your score each week)
100 band pull apparts (For Time: Beat your score each week)
2 minutes of Burpees (Track the number of reps per week)

Thursday
Push: Plyo Push Ups 8 sets of 5
Pull: Chin Ups 5 sets of 5
Shoulder: Underhand Band Pull Apparts 3 sets 20
Arms: Alternate DB Curls 3 sets 15
Jump Tuck Burpee 3 sets of 30 seconds

Friday
Squat: Goblet Squat 3 sets of 10
Single Leg: Statue Of Liberty Split Squat 3 sets of 8 on each leg
Back: Reverse Dumbbell Fly 5 lbs dumbbell 3 sets of 15
Pick a core 3 sets of 30 seconds

Pick a different core each workout;

Hollow Body Hold

Plank Up Downs

Bicycles

Sprinter Ups

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Time-Restricted Feeding, What Does A Feeding Window Mean To Weight Loss

Time-Restricted Eating

Time-restricted feeding, also known as intermittent fasting, refers to eating only during a certain period of time in the day.  Most people eat 3-6 meals throughout the day that is spread out over a long period of time.

The period of fasting for every intermittent fasting type will vary and yet will be longer than the usual overnight fast time of 8-12 hours.  Many had had positive results from this type of eating, especially in regards to weight loss and blood sugar regulation.

Types of intermittent fasting

  • 6/8 protocol: This is where you take your food between noon and 8 pm, skipping your breakfast, essentially fasting for about 16 hours.
  • 24-hour protocol: As you can infer from the name you are fasting for 24 hours in this protocol. So you would be skipping two meals, say you take dinner on one day at 8 pm and do not have anything until the next day dinner at 8 pm.
  • The Warrior Diet: The name is derived from the fact that this is generally followed by warriors who are under training. They fast for about 20 hours every day with only one meal in the night. You can have some protein or fresh juice, raw fruits, and vegetables during the fasting period if you want.
  • Alternate day fasting: In this case, you will not be starving on the alternate days but you will be taking 1/5th of the calories you take on the other day. For instance, if you have 2000 calories on a day, the next day you should take about 400-500 calories only.

How do you follow this?

The intermittent fasting is a very simple process where you consume the calories required for the day during a certain time period.

In case you are looking to lose some weight and improve fitness using this method then you should look at increasing the fasting period even further.

To give an example, let us say you typically start your day with breakfast at 8 am and finish your day with dinner at 9 pm. Then it means you have your calorie intake during this 13 hour period.

In case of intermittent fasting, you would ideally be skipping some meals.

  • Which is the best window or meal to skip?

There is no concrete or scientific evidence of which is the best eating window one should skip. However, quite a few people go for the 6-10 hours every day.

  • Will it result in low-calorie consumption?

It depends on the type of food you intake. While for some it will be lesser calories, for some people who indulge in high-calorie foods, reducing the eating window will not result in low-calorie consumption.

What is the concept of “6 small meals” as quoted by several health books?

Like every process, your body requires calories to burn the meal that you have just ingested.

Irrespective of when and how you consume your calories, the body will take the same amount of calories to burn the food. For instance, 2000 calories consumed during a particular time or throughout the day will require the same number of calories to process.

Why is intermittent fasting a better option?

  • Helps achieve your goals. When you are fasting, you are inevitably reducing the number of calories you intake over a period of time. And over the longer period, this helps in reduction of weight and helps you to stay fit.
  • Easy to cook/ prepare. When you are skipping meals, you don’t have to make food for those times nor is it required of you to pack your food. You only have to keep the food for the eating window you decide to eat in.
  • Saving time and money. Since you would not be preparing so many meals in a day, you are not just saving effort but you are inevitably saving time in preparation of the food and also the money involved in making it.

Relation between weight loss and time restricted feeding

Several Studies conducted on groups of overweight and normal weight people show that when their eating window is restricted to 7-12 hours, they go through a weight loss of about 5% in a period of 2 to 4 weeks.

Losing weight with the intermittent fasting is dependent on the calorie you eat during the restricted eating window. Consuming lower calories during this period will definitely help.

In case following the intermittent fasting helps you to restrict the number of calories then you will definitely lose weight over a period of time.

However, if your calorie intake is not changing with the restricted feeding then you would not be making much of a progress in weight loss.

Sunday Meal Prep For Beginners; November Week 2 – Fasting Results Continued

November Week 2 is complete and I must say. I am really liking this intermittent fasting program I am following. It is really simple to manage and am still getting good results.

To recap here is Week 1 in full. Showing both my daily weight and body fat numbers.

Weight is down 3lbs, Body fat in the upper 17’s. I would say I averaged 177 lbs for the week. Remember to keep in mind when tracking your weight.

Your scale and body fat tools are not 100 perfect. I always find myself stepping on and off the scale a couple times to make sure the numbers are the same. My rule of thumb is two in a row for weight then I have a good number.

I used to get on and off the scale no joke 10 times! This gets into the OCD world and I didn’t want to go there. Especially the body fat tracker, that number is different every time I get on and off my scale. What we need to learn from this data are trends. 

More than the actual numbers. At SOLDEIRFIT we use an Omron Fat Loss Monitor. This is a handheld body fat measuring device.


The Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale, which I have, tracks body fat by your feet.

I have used both within 20 minutes of one another. What I found was the Omron Fat Loss Monitor had me a bit lower. Sometimes they were both off from each other as much as a 2 percent difference. In the world of body fat coolness. 15% body fat is cooler than 17%. But we want results, not coolness factor. What matters more than the numbers is how you look and feel when looking in the mirror. You know your body best and can see changes good or bad. Moral of the story. Don’t make yourself crazy with exact the numbers. Trends are more important.

Here are Week 2’s results from Intermittent fasting.

Weight change you can see on the top right was about the same. But I would say this week I was more in the 175 average. For me and my personal goals. I am 43 years old and 6 foot tall. This is the top end of where I want my weight to be. 170 – 168 is where I want to be. From there I will see how my running and weight training is if I take a performance hit.

Even to my surprise, I hit 174 a couple times. The Saturday 174.3 was really shocking because of the night before I have Chipotle, chips and some chocolate for dinner. I thought for sure I would be up a bit. Nope, still right on the path. Sometimes when we have a big meal it might not hit your scale until two days later.

Remember it is never good to lose more than 2 pounds a week. Also keep in mind water weight, especially for women plays a factor. So I feel comfortable with where I am at and my trends.

Sunday Meal Prep For Beginners; November Week 1 – Fasting

If you followed the October series Sunday Meal Prep. You see that my results were not what I expected. In fact, I went up a bit in weight. Smaller meals, working out sometimes twice a day and still no headway. Gym in the early mornings followed by a 20-minute afternoon run. I need to remind myself that with any weight loss and fitness journey we don’t always hit the mark. We need to make tweaks, fork off and try something different.

Intermittent fasting was something I have played around with before but never really had any hard data to track my progress. But now I do and WOW the results.

I basically used the same meal plan on Sunday Meal Prep October Week 3. The only modification was taking out the breakfast part. I kept everything else the same.

Do I eat perfectly all week? No way, life, stress, being tired. I can go slightly off the rails but never too big of a calorie binge. The frustrating part for October was just a little variation, like having a bit of extra rice, then my numbers are way off. Dejected then the excuses come in, you go off the rails a few more times. Then you get a bad month.

Someone’s, diet, as I am learning really needs to be personalized. None of us fit the cookie cutter mold. For me I am up at 0430 to teach a boot camp class, then I workout. Then off to my real job for the day, sitting in front of a computer. Run for 20 minutes outside for my lunch break, then home at 6.

Look at my results for the week from just excluding breakfast. I dropped 3 pounds in one week! Being a technical guy my next question is how and why. I basically did the same thing as I did in the month of October except now, I just excluded my first meal of the day.

Frist thing I realized is something called the feeding window or time restricted feeding. In a nutshell, it is better to eat within an 8 hour time period than a 12 or 16 hour time period. If I was getting up at 0430 eating for the first time at after the workout, then a late snack at 10 pm. Becuase of the pattern I am well over that 8-hour feeding window.

I have known a couple people who stopped eating snacks after 8 pm and lost weight big time. So the anecdotal evidence is there. There is something to this time restricted eating.

My gut health has never been that great. I notice that my body doesn’t do well with a large meal at night and if I get up 6 hours later. My body never had time to process the food. This can also impact how you sleep. The rule of thumb based on clinical research is not eating 2 hours before bed. We can go into detail about this in a later blog post.

Another factor in this weight loss was how I eat. Just like working out, if we do the same thing over and over again our bodies get accustomed to it. Like the guy who runs the same amount every time on the treadmill. At first, it works great but after about 3 months the results tail off. So he goes longer and more often and still very little results. The issue is, he is no longer tricking his body. His body is saying, DUDE, I know how many calories and how much fat to store based on this so we good. So you have to mix it up. Maybe add a boot camp class or swim some laps. You need to trick your body back into calorie-burning mode.

The same issue can apply to eating and digesting and what we eat. We can get stuck. We have talked about seasonal training and seasonal eating before and it makes sense. My body was like wait, I am not used to going without food till 10:45 am. You are teaching and working out. My glucose is low and I need gas so let’s use a bit of muscle and fat for fuel. This is working great now but in about 3 months my body will adjust and I will probably lose the effect.

On a side note: I had no negative reactions to my workouts from the fasting. I could work out in a fasted state with no strength loss or feel light-headed. Have a protein shake at 10:45 am and go for a run at 12:30 afternoon without issue.

To recap, the fasting helped me in two ways. One it put me into that 8-hour feeding window instead of the 12 I had been going on for years. It also tricked my body into using a new fuel source because I was in a semi-fasted state. Remeber this is just all antidotal. There is research to back this up which we will dive into soon in a later blog post. For now, I will continue to eat this way for the month and see how it goes.

What is interesting about what is happened is I always find that my body likes to store fat as it starts to get colder. August is always my leanest month of the year. I have the data to back that up from my Fitbit scale. If we ever have sat down for a one-on-one consult you would know I have records of what I eat going back 3 or 4 years.

The winter months are always my worst when I get up to 180 + even though I am still working hard at the Gym. So weather must play some factor, it has too, our bodies know what happens when it starts to get cold, there is no food. It is built into our DNA.

All of this made me realize how our approach eating healthy and weight is so out of whack. We forget how our bodies are programmed for thousands of years. We ignore that, fight against it and wonder why nothing is working for us.

So follow along and try it yourself, see what happens. Report back on this site in the comments with your results. I would love to hear from others how it did or did not worked for them.

I was stunned, even my binge meals didn’t throw anything off. I was still on point weight wise. Let’s be honest, this was right after Halloween and even with some candy I was still right on point.

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