All posts in "Belly Fat"

Putting On Weight

By Dona Welch / October 28, 2015

In addition, you can mix in an extra cardio element to your circuit by incorporating quarter-mile sprints on the treadmill or jumping rope for 90 second intervals. Sometimes I’ll mix one or the other into my routine, but usually I’ll superset the quarter mile sprints with 90 second intervals of skipping rope to cap off […]


Do We Really Need Another Diet Book?

By Dona Welch / October 8, 2015

She was enjoying some sunshine and a cigarette during her break. We made small talk for a minute—the kids, spouses, blah blah blah—before settling on a topic I was deeply passionate about: milk. I’m sure I brought it up, having the tendency to squeeze the moo juice into the tiniest of conversational openings. I was […]


Protein Bars for Dummies

By Dona Welch / June 28, 2015

I researched this a little further and learned that in the U.S. our tolerance for lactose is much greater. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 15-30% of our citizens suffer ill side effects from lactose, whereas in Asia the percentage swells to 90%. And why is our number so much lower here in the states you […]


Workout Wednesday

By Dona Welch / April 18, 2015

If your wife gets on you for not fixing the sliding door, leaky faucet, or the bajillion other things that are broken around the house, calmly explain that you’re busy—you’re working on your health. Okay, I think they’re actually called Quinoa Pizza Bites, but whatever. It’s been awhile since I’ve had these things, and it’s […]


Putting On Weight Loss

By Dona Welch / February 28, 2015

The white SUV next to me is weaving between the shoulder and center line. I move towards the edge of my lane to give the vehicle a wide berth. The driver, a woman in her thirties rocking some scrubs, looks up and corrects her steering so that she’s saddled in the middle of the lane […]


Body weight Circuit

By Dona Welch / February 5, 2015

Protein—milk is one of the best sources of protein you can get your hands on. It contains all 9 essential amino acids, and its protein makeup consists of whey and casein. Whey is a super-fast acting protein, meaning it’s absorbed quickly by the muscles to help them recover. Casein, on the other hand, is slower […]