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Ways to Curb Childhood Obesity

| June 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
Ways to Curb Childhood Obesity

Baby fat is something that your child will outgrow soon enough. But if it sticks well into adulthood then it is an entirely different story. Childhood obesity is no longer just a myth or an urban legend. It is real. Very, very real.The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention said that in just 30 […]

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You only need Motivation to Exercise At Home

| November 2, 2013 | 2 Comments
You only need Motivation to Exercise At Home

Exercising is meant to be healthy for your body and to help you burn some calories and lose weight. It’s not meant to be a chore or a burden in your life. The majority of people who give up working out, do so because they come to see exercising as something to dread. Some people […]

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Top Things That Are Good for Your Muscles

| December 27, 2012 | 1 Comment
Top Things That Are Good for Your Muscles

If you want to be in your best ever shape, then building strong muscles that look good and that give you the raw pushing power you need to lift things and move around effectively is one of the top ways to do so. When your muscles are strong and healthy, you feel strong and healthy […]

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Rest-Pause with Compound Sets

| December 15, 2012 | 0 Comments
Rest-Pause with Compound Sets

How do we build bigger muscles? The simply answer is from muscle hypertrophy. We push our muscles into growth by moving heavy weights until we can’t move that weight anymore. That seems easy enough. So what is the optimum rep range for creating hypertrophy? Most experts agree that number is in the 8 to 12 […]

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7 Relaxing Activities that are Good for Your Health

| December 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
7 Relaxing Activities that are Good for Your Health

Looking after your health and keeping fit doesn’t mean you have to engage in a lot of vigorous activities. There are plenty of relaxing things you can do to improve your health and increase your overall fitness levels. Here are just a few great ideas of relaxing ways to keep fit and healthy: 1. Golf […]

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Buying Commercial Exercise Equipment – Three Issues You Must Never Compromise On

| November 8, 2012 | 0 Comments
Buying Commercial Exercise Equipment – Three Issues You Must Never Compromise On

These days, there are many people who are interested in becoming more fit as our average human lifespan is seeing an increase for both genders. Also, some individuals believe that keeping fit increases their attractiveness, but there is an increasing number of people who also do it just to make sure that they are healthy. […]

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How to Train Your Abs With a Pull Up Bar

| September 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
How to Train Your Abs With a Pull Up Bar

A pull up bar has to be one of the very most useful and versatile pieces of gym equipment out there. It’s just one small metal bar that you can buy very cheaply, but with it you can train the entire body. Unfortunately most people think of pull up bars as something they use only […]

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Household Chores That Will Burn Calories

| August 23, 2012 | 0 Comments
Household Chores That Will Burn Calories

Nowhere near a gym? Don’t have the time to exercise? Put on your yellow, latex gloves and get down to some housework. Depending on the task, an hour of domestic chores can burn off between 150 – 500 calories per hour. That’s a free workout and a clean kitchen all in one – fantastic! Mow […]

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Why You Should Work Out With a Friend

| July 13, 2012 | 0 Comments
Why You Should Work Out With a Friend

If you are anything like me then you have tried creating dozens of workout programs, starting out with complete confidence and dedication in the plan.  By the time you actually get around to implementing your plan your enthusiasm has already waned and usually by the end of the first week you are dreading going back to […]

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Getting Back on Your Feet as Quickly as Possible Following Overuse Injuries

| June 6, 2012 | 0 Comments
Getting Back on Your Feet as Quickly as Possible Following Overuse Injuries

Whether you are an avid runner, walker or sports enthusiast, foot problems caused by exercise or overuse may sideline you. Injuries may indicate that changes are necessary in how you approach an activity or that underlying problems exist, such as flat arches or bunions. Problems small and large, from painful corns and calluses to stress […]

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