Google Zeitgeist Reveals Most Popular Diets, Workouts Of 2013

By Rheana Murray / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 11:36 AM LUNAMARINA/Getty Images/iStockphoto Crossfit fans do pull-ups. The intense workout was one of the most searched-for exercises of 2013. What to do visit if youre wondering how many calories are in that banana or if the Master Cleanse Diet really works? You probably Google it. What we search for online reveals plenty about our health concerns and questions about diet, fitness and our bodies. And in 2013, it was all about the Insanity Workout.
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Workout Achiever: I Completed Two Spartan Races In A Three-month Period This Year

Significant health improvement: Lost 50 pounds in one year and lowered my cholesterol. Why I exercise: To feel better and to compete in Spartan Race events. How working out makes me feel: Energized and ready for more. Exercising regularly since: August 2012 How I find the time: Before or after work original site and on weekends. What motivates me to move: Spartan Races. What keeps me going: Seeing the weight come off and having more energy.
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Photographer Chronicles His Weight Loss

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“It was hilarious how hard it was running just a mile. I felt like it was 10. But gradually it got easier.” He also joined an exercise boot camp offered on campus. He kept up with yoga and then added regular exercise to his everyday activities. He couldn’t afford to join a gym, but that was OK — “If I’m watching TV, I push the table aside and pull out my exercise ball or lift weights,” Mullins said. He knows many people complain that they don’t have time to exercise. He does get busy working and going to school, but he said that is no excuse. “I can do 3 miles in 25 minutes now running,” Mullins said.
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