Meet a friend for coffee at one of the nearby local hangouts. The best Baton Rouge has to offer is always close by. Let's say, for example, you're a busy guy who works 60 hours a week at a desk job but who still manages to find time for five 45-minute bouts of exercise. (Put your body to the test: 10 standards to assess your fitness level.) But Marc Hamilton, Ph. Perhaps "exercising couch potato" would be more accurate, but Hamilton, a physiologist and professor at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, would still classify you as sedentary.
When you need a break, you can burn calories in the fitness center or consume some at one of our on-site restaurants.
Sure, there are tons of exceptions, and you'll see them in "before" and "after" pictures in dozens of infomercials and print ads for weight-loss products, though the fine print always says "results not typical." And that's precisely the point -- those results are , there are thousands more who lose, regain, lose, regain, give up and essentially look the same year in and year out.
Which, sad to say, is probably a very different relationship than you might think. (Sure, everyone gives lip service to heart health, but most people secretly just want six-packs.) So here -- in Caulfield's terms -- is "a crummy dose of reality": It's horribly difficult to seriously change the way you look through exercise alone.
According to the theory, weight loss is all about calories in, calories out.
From Indian tribes to Spanish battles, a civil war and the civil rights movement — Baton Rouge, the “Red Stick” city by the River, has been at the center of American history and Louisiana for over 200 years.
Kids get a 50 percent discount on their meals, and adults can enjoy our happy hour specials.
Room service is available for those who prefer a quiet meal in their room.
But it's not just your heart that's at risk from too much sitting; your hips, spine, and shoulders could also suffer.
In fact, it's not a leap to say that a chair-potato lifestyle can ruin you from head to toe.
After Louisiana’s acceptance into the Union in 1812, Baton Rouge was officially incorporated in 1817.
Since becoming the state’s capital city in 1849, Baton Rouge has grown into the second largest city in Louisiana and transformed from a small river town to a Southern metropolis.