Monday, June 7, 2010

"The latest U.S. survey shows that 57 percent of Americans exercise only occasionally or not at all."

Are you one of the millions of Americans who would rather say they did and didn't actually contribute to their overall health on a day to day basis? There is an estimated 43% of Americans over the age of 16 who do not exercise daily, which simply contributes to the fast food, technologically glued overweight culture that is America. Now this is not being put on record to point a finger at anyone. It is simply a wake up call. Exercise science suggest that even walking to and from your mailbox, walking an extra flight of stairs or choosing to stand up while changing the channel on your television can contribute to the overall health and wellness of an individual adult. Sounds pathetic. But here at the Cafeteria we're just serving the truth. GET UP, GET OUT and DO SOMETHING.

2010 SUMMER QUICK SERVES (1 OUT OF 10 List COMING SOON)

The summer is almost here, college students are home for the summer, high schools will be out soon and those of you who are professionally employed will be looking for those exclusive summer getaways. What better thing to do before the vacationing starts than to tone up that lower stomach, shrink down a bikini size or  beef up those arms for the ladies. Starting MONDAY, June 14th Cafeteria Diaries staff will be posting the top 10!! thats right, the top 10 most effective ways of accomplishing your summer physique goals from head to toe for the summer vaca kick off! Check in Everyday for the best in fitness, health and social exercising entertainment.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Quick Serve

Low-carb diets have been the rage recently, but are also the subject of much controversy. The fact is that most modern research indicates that a balanced diet low in fat and rich in fresh vegetables and fruits is better and healthier for you.

Monday, May 10, 2010

VH1 Celebrity Weight loss Doctor challenges Country to join the "50 million pound weight loss challenge"

960,000 Americans across the US have registered for the 50 million pound weight loss challenge. Dr Ian Smith, a Native of Danbury Connecticut is helping others across the country live life to the fullest and maintain health for FREE. No matter how bad you want to lose weight, you have to stay motivated. You also have to understand what triggers your stressors, causing you to over eat. Try Doctor Ian Smith's Four day diet for free and lose weight and have fun doing it!


EAT HEALTHY, LIVE LONGER!

Instead of cutting meals, eat healthy food in small portions 4 to 5 times a day...Follow this link to Nutrition secrets!! click here!!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Quick Serve

One of the keys to building and maintaining muscle that you have just busted your tail to create is to simply drink water...easy as pie

Often Unintentional

It came to our attention here inside the Cafe that there is a misconception of what hard work and effort actually yield. When it comes to personal achievement and success, one would believe they can be measured on the same plan, appearing parallel to one another. However, most people have missed out on truly understanding the end results of such characteristics. Hard work, as a tool for accomplishing a task at hand, along with consistent effort only yield successful results when and if ever an opportunity valued by the individual presents itself at the time and place that the effort is being exerted. Now, it may seem like our philosophy here talks in circles, but try this on for size. Try being an athlete at a major collegiate level or professional level, or try working for a company or corporation. Then try working your hardest to make your boss proud, finish the job and keep success coming. Now try doing any of the previous when no one cares to watch, monitor or chart your personal performance and progress because the decision to place another player, co-worker or employee ahead of you and in the position you desire behind your back and un-mentioned to any outside source. Work hard, strive for success but remember, sometimes, life just calls for moving on. Life OFTEN UNINTENTIONALLY calls for you to find another way out of no way.

Set your goals high, reach for the Stars, that way if you miss, you'll still land on the mountain top!

University of Connecticut's former four year starting safety Robert Vaughn may have a shot at making the Green Bay Packer's roster for summer pre-season camp

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

CAFETERIA DIARIES AND THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE (NFL) Latest from Cafeteria Diary personal staff members

Roommate and teammate of 4 years at the University of Connecticut gets his 2nd Season underway with Arizona click here!!


I DARE YOU..ANY OF YOU...TO TRY ANY OF THESE EXERCISES

FITNESS SITE OUT OF THIS WORLD

Where do I start if I have never exercised?


If you're new to exercise, so are millions of others. Try these tips to began a life of better health.
  • If you always take the elevator, try the stairs.
  • If you try to park next to the door of wherever you're going, park farther away and walk.
  • If your habit is to eat at your desk, take a 10- to 20-minute walk first, then have your lunch (or take a walk after you eat).
  • Instead of watching TV all day Saturday and Sunday, plan active weekends. Go to the park, take a walking tour, ride your bike, or row a boat.
Whichever plan you decide on, it's a good idea to set weekly goals:
  • Write down what activity you plan to do, on what day of the week, for how long, and at what time of day. Be as specific and realistic as possible. For instance, write down "Tuesday: Walk for 20 minutes at 7 p.m., to the park and back."
  • At the end of each week, review your goals and set new ones for the upcoming week.
Research shows that setting goals will help you stick to your program. It will clarify what you're supposed to do and let you track your progress. If you hit a roadblock later on, you can refer back to what has worked in the past, or use your accomplishments to re-energize yourself.

Making Weight Loss a Reality For All


You probably know that hundreds of different fad diets, weight-loss programs and outright scams promise quick and easy weight loss. But the foundation of every successful weight-loss program still remains a healthy, low-calorie diet combined with exercise. You must make permanent changes in your lifestyle and health habits to lose significant weight and keep it off.
How do you make those permanent changes? Follow this link to one of the most accredited Health and Wellness Staffs in the country, where expertise and advice go hand in hand.

Are thee any people out there who are looking to get toned up and in shape for the summer but may be unsure where to start? Start by checking out the top 10 wight loss goal keepers for success published by the Mayo Clinic health and fitness staff.



The following link leads way to 10 tips for weight loss success!! Don't believe me? Try it, its easy as pie.

Top Ten Tips from Mayo Clinic and Staff

Monday, May 3, 2010

Workout Posers! Don't be fooled

And for some of you out there....this is either funny because you know someone who does it...or either Kevin Hart is describing you!! "LMAO at this too"

Work out for yourself first and foremost..."LMAO"

Whether you are new to a fitness gym, or recently decided to increase your commitment to workout therefore intensifying your experiences in the weight-room, remember to stick to "your" task at hand. Regardless of your fitness status, remember to always have a plan when entering any workout area. The last thing you want to do is motivate yourself to workout and upon arriving to the gym after an un-soothing car ride, suddenly find yourself distracted by someone who may appear to be in greater shape than you see yourself at the time being. This type of "eye balling someone else's outcomes" will only deter you from wanting to workout. On the other hand it may motivate you to want to work harder in order to achieve the body that you wish to have.  Either way, check out this hilarious clip of Comedian Kevin Hart as he explains one of his own experiences at the gym. Let me know what you al think....perhaps you have had a similar experience. Maybe...you are the "eye balled member"


Sunday, May 2, 2010

Welcome!

If you're reading this, theres only one thing to say....About time!! What have you been waiting for. Cafeteria Diaries would like to give you all a warm welcoming to your 2nd favorite place to be. Tied for a close 1st place is sitting at dinner eating your favorite meal with your favorite people and or being on vacation at that magical place you've always dreamt of going or where you cant wait to return too. Either way, thank you for joining the lunch line and get ready for our all you can eat buffet of advice, plentiful conversation and non-stop leisurely entertaining and useful updates.

Survey Says...

"Public opinion can better shape personal perception"
-Cafeteria Diaries Staff-

These surveys are used to better the experience of our followers, entertain the minds of those contributing to conversation and lastly, to help us here at Cafeteria Diaries to better understand what is it that you, the people want to see the most from us.





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