The Great Taste of Calorie Burning Energy Drink Flavor

People often refer to Celsius as an energy drink, but Celsius is so much more than just an energy drink. Celsius is breaking all the rules. Most energy drinks are full of empty calories that cause a spike and crash in energy levels, where Celsius provides healthy energy that lasts for hours.

Now you can enjoy the great taste of burning calories with these refreshing healthy energy drink flavors, all delicately balanced with a hint of ginger.

 
Billions of Calories Burned and Going Strong!

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Health & Wellness

We know that weight management can be tedious. It takes time and commitment to keep up with healthy diet ideas. Our health experts will make it easier for you to stay inspired and informed on weight management tips for your healthy lifestyle.

How to Exercise Less and Burn More Calories

Train less burn more caloriesSome days hitting the gym is not an option. Rather than getting flustered at the fact that you cannot get a good calorie torching session in, try some of the strategies below. While you won’t be burning hundreds of calories, performing these tips are better than doing nothing.

No Gym? No Problem!

Take breaks- If you are an office worker who likes to power through until lunch hour, stop and take a quick break. Walk to the water cooler, get your copies off of the printer or simply stand to stretch. These short breaks will elevate your heart rate more than it had been while you were sitting idly and checking emails.

Eat negative calorie food- YES-you heard me right the first time! There a few food options that are naturally low in calories AND your body actually burns MORE calories by trying to digest them. Talk about a win-win. While this is a great snack option, you unfortunately cannot survive on negative calorie foods alone, but when those mid afternoon cravings creep in, give one the options below a try.

  • Asparagus
  • Grapefruit
  • Broccoli
  • Celery

More negative calorie food options can be found here

Drink Green Tea- Green tea has several health benefits and it is a natural way to boost your metabolism. When your metabolism is in an elevated state, you naturally burn more calories while resting. You can choose to brew your own green tea or purchased pre made servings.

Drink Celsius- Celsius is a negative calorie drink that contains green tea extract and is clinically proven to boost metabolism, reduce body fat and burn 100 extra calories per serving! There are 5 great tasting flavors available that will help you burn extra calories without having to do all that extra work in the gym. Learn more about the benefits of Celsius here

Skip the elevator- The time you spend waiting for the elevator to make it to pick you up is precious time being wasted. Skip the elevator and burn extra calories by taking the stairs to your floor. If you work on the top floor of a tall building, take the stairs half way up and catch the elevator mid-way.

Last row parking- Are you sick and tired of always waiting for a front row parking spot? Well, GOOD! This is your perfect opportunity to burn a few extra calories. Parking a few rows back will save you time and aggravation while you slim your waist line. Adding in a few extra steps, each day will add up to a good amount of calorie burn over time.

Fun options:

These two were a bit on the bizarre side, but they do have some science to back up the claims. They are too good not to share!

Cold shower- We aren't talking a bit chilly…no. The science looked at people shivering from extreme cold and their bodies’ response by burning calories. Our body is always trying to maintain internal homeostasis of about 98.6 degrees. When the body temperature is too low, you will begin to shiver in order to bring the internal temperature back up. By doing so, your body is burning more calories. Shivering my way skinny is NOT the way I would like to start my morning, but for some, it is a way. Learn more about this study here.

Watching scary movies- Can you believe it? A study looked at scary movies that had the “scare and jump” type of scenes where the viewer will get startled enough to increase their heart rate. The calories burned are nothing staggering, but it is funny to think that studies have been done on the calorie burning effects of scary movies. Learn more about this here.

Are you going to try incorporating any of these calorie burning strategies into your routine? Let us know in the comments section below! If you have any techniques that help you burn calories without the typical work out, please share them with us!

 

Fitness & Exercise

Are you looking for some inspiring and fun ways to exercise? We’ve got’ ya covered. Turn your exercise burn on with help from our industry experts. Tone your muscles, stay fit, trim and feeling good!

Boxer Full Body Workout

Ever wonder how a boxer trains? Below Team Celsius Athlete, Manny “The AK-47” Dunham, gives us a modified sample of his a full body workout. 
 
If the workout listed below is too intense, take breaks and listen to your body.
 
Warm up- 5 minutes walking or jogging at an easy pace to get blood flowing and prepare your body for your workout. Then lightly stretch for 5 minutes. 
 

If you are at the gym you can hop on the treadmill or you can take your workout outside for some fresh air. 

 
Jog at a moderate pace for 15 minutes. 
 
1 Round-
40 Pushups
75 Sit ups
30 Side crunches on the left
30 Side on the right
30 V-ups
20 Neck rolls up and down, left and right
 
Intervals-
1 minute working followed by 30 seconds of rest.
 
3 Rounds jumping jacks 
3 Rounds of jump lunges.
3 Rounds of shadow boxing
 
 
3 Rounds-
40 Push ups
40 Sit ups
40 Side crunches (right)
40 Side crunches (left)
20 V-ups
Rest 1 minute 
 
Put on hand wraps or boxing gloves. 1 minute working followed by 30 seconds of rest.
 
3 Rounds shadow boxing (Imagine you have an opponent in front of you. Stay light on your feet and move quickly through the motions.)
6 Rounds punching bag (Using the large punching bag you can practice different types of strikes- cross body punch, double punch, triple punch, uppercut, hook…)
3 Rounds speed bag (Using the small bag that is usually hanging from a post, strike quickly and hard trying the keep the momentum and rhythm as fast as possible.)
 
Cool down and stretch after workout has been completed.
 
Remember that the moves listed above may be challenging. Listen to your body and make modifications when needed. When punching, be sure to not lock out your arms. Keep soft elbows and move quickly.
 
For more workouts and training tips, click here. If you train for a specialized spot, please share your routine with us in the comments section below!
 
 
 

Sports and Activities

A healthy and fit lifestyle should be shared with others. We bring you stories of events and people enjoying a healthy lifestyle in their community. We connect people with people sharing their active and healthy lifestyle.

Arnold Expo 2014 with Team Celsius

Arnold Sports Festival ExpoEach year, the Arnold Sports Festival is an International event that draws athletes and spectators from all across the globe! 2014 marked the 26th anniversary of this event, and Team Celsius was happy to represent at the Expo hall on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

As a supplement company, attending the Arnold Expo is an important part of building brand awareness. According to the Arnold Sports Festival website, this event is “…the largest multi-sport event in the nation. Each year the Arnold welcomes more than 18,000 athletes who compete in more than 45 sports & events, including 12 Olympic sports. More than 175,000 fitness enthusiasts attend the Arnold Sports Festival each year to experience thrilling moments of sports competition and fitness entertainment.”

 

A main highlight for the attendees is the Expo hall where there are 700 plus booths and vendors. Here you will find the latest trends in fitness apparel, supplements, and training equipment from popular brands. This is also where the fitness enthusiasts meet and greet sport personalities, spokes models, fitness professionals, film stars, and of course Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Arnold Sports Festival IFBB Pro Celsius

Team Celsius used this opportunity to announce and launch the Fast Track to Fittest eBook at the Expo. This eBook provides current and new consumers healthy living tips as well as a workout routine so they can begin their own fitness challenge. The challenge and results found in the Fast Track to Fittest eBook are based on Celsius clinical study #4. This study followed the American College of Sports Medicine guidelines and found that the participants who drank Celsius, before the prescribed training routine, experienced 93% greater fat loss than the participants who did not incorporate Celsius into their diet. Click here to learn more about the clinical study and download your FREE Fast Track to Fittest eBook at www.celsius.com/fasttrack.

Thank you to all of the attendees and athletes who visited the Celsius booth during the weekend. If you have any pictures from your experience at the event, please share them with us in the comments section below.

We hope you all had a wonderful time, and we look forward to seeing you next year at the Arnold Sports Festival 2015!

 

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New Research Suggests Majority of Energy Drink Consumers Have Safety Concerns

Mintel Research Energy Drink ConcernsWith the surge of energy drinks that are now available on the market, it may come as a shock to many that the latest research from Mintel suggests, “6 out of 10 Americans who are current energy drink or shot users say they worry about the safety of energy drinks and energy shots”. A lot of the fear and worry that surrounds energy drinks in the United States stems from cases of adverse health effects that were reported and then sensationalized by the media. What many media stories do not highlight are specific details from each case such as preexisting health conditions OR over consumption of a product during a given time frame. A November 2012 letter from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) addresses the concerns of the additional caffeine consumption that some individuals have. The letter from the FDA states, “caffeine consumption of 400mg per day in healthy adults is not associated with adverse effects on various parameters”.
With all of the fear surrounding traditional energy drinks, this is a great time to explore the benefits and safety measures that have been put in place by Celsius, Inc. Many of the average consumers believe that Celsius is an energy drink when in fact, Celsius is a dietary supplement and healthy alternative to an energy drink.  Celsius is backed by 7 clinical studies which contained safety bars to ensure safety of the consumers and no adverse effects were reported from the studies. Since Celsius has been available on the market, the FDA has not been notified of any adverse health effects from their consumers. Celsius, Inc. has taken the precaution to notify consumers of recommended daily consumption of Celsius on each can. Each can of Celsius also clearly states that the product is not recommended for children under the age of 12 or women who are pregnant or nursing.
While the majority of the current energy drink consumers have concerns about this type of beverage, a recent article from Nutraceuticals World proves that the health concerns are not enough to terminate energy drink consumption. The Nutraceuticals World article states, “Despite allegations of health hazards and government scrutiny, users haven’t yet been scared off yet. The products have shown a consistent annual growth from 2008 to 2013, and the market reported two years of 17% increases in 2012 and 2013 (est.) and is expected to continue a steady upward trajectory to 2018”. To learn more about energy drink facts and myths- click here.

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