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Monthly Archives: July 2011
How To Prevent Illness & Injury From Over Exercising
Exercise is beneficial for muscles and bones and helps to shape the body. Sufficient amounts maintain an optimal metabolic rate and helps support good health. But over-exercising can be as bad for your health as not doing enough. This can … Continue reading
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60 Abs Challenge
Here is a brilliant superset for abdominal muscles. You need a total gym or an incline sit up board for this. The exercises are incline reverse crunches immediately followed by incline sit-ups (old school sit ups – all the way … Continue reading
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Don’t Believe The Hype
If you want to maintain a healthy bodyweight and high energy levels nothing substitutes a natural diet. There are thousands of products available that claim to do wonders for appearances and performance. Close inspections of these food supplements reveal a … Continue reading
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For Best Results You Need Exercise Variety
Changing exercises frequently can help improve muscle imbalances. Muscle imbalances can lead to the irreversible deterioration of cartilage, injury and poor posture.
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There’s an old saying that patience is the greatest of all virtues. This is lost in today’s quick fix culture. You can always tell when people cut corners in any area of life. I tell people all the time that … Continue reading
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It’s healthier to salt foods with unrefined sea salt. Refined white table salts often contain aluminium-based agents. Aluminium is linked with heavy metal toxicity and possibly Alzheimer’s disease. Dextrose (a sugar) is another additive that can be found in table … Continue reading
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“There are only two options regarding commitment, you’re either in or you’re out.”
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Get A Better Posture in 3 Minutes
Examples that can lead to a poor posture: Lack of exercise Being overweight or obese Sedentary lifestyle Stress Bad work practises Picking up objects with a round back Driving long distances Performing exercises using the wrong technique Improving the strength … Continue reading
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Lifestyles need balance especially when exercising intensely a few times every week. Tough workouts require adequate rest otherwise energy reserves run low and the mind and body become stagnant. It is important to listen to the responses from each workout … Continue reading
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Are You Conning Yourself?
My motto is this, if you are following eating guidelines and they aren’t working you are either being conned or you are conning yourself.
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