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Make your 40s rocking with perfect exercises to balance both your bone density and health

Posted On March 8th, 2017

‘Men will be men both in their teens and forties.’ It is usually found that a man grows more handsome and fit with his age. The real reason behind it is exercises. At this age you should go for relaxing exercises than the rock-hard exercises. With age, the bones become smaller and more prone to […]

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Butt Sculpting Exercises for Women

Posted On March 5th, 2017

“Oh butt, I love you!” you are always busy covering it or laughing it off but have you thought of giving proper time to sculpt your butt. Well, I guess not enough time is devoted to it. Most of the working women find their butt happily increasing as compared to the rest of the body. […]

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7 secrets to sticking to an exercise routine

Posted On March 2nd, 2017

“Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.” It is found that majority of men and women working 9-5 give up on exercises after six months. The food in the big fat wedding looks more attractive than burning it out. Hence you tend […]

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Why you shouldn’t eat so late at night and then go to bed.

Posted On February 26th, 2017

‘Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise’. A nursery lullaby we all must have sung. If you want to doze off early you must also dine early. No wonder hardly anyone follows the routine of an early dinner. It is said that always sleep after an hour or so […]

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The Importance of Warming Up Before Working Out

Posted On February 22nd, 2017

‘What seems impossible today will one day become your warm up’. Have the courage to accept the challenge. Usually it is found in the working men and women are moving around exposing their belly fat. If questioned the answer is, we lack in time. It’s time to shed away the lame excuses and move to […]

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High Intensity Interval Training

Posted On February 20th, 2017

It is very true that one can carry out High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) at a very comfortable intensity when starting. But the aim should be to work as hard as you can to maximal your heart rate to 100%. Ideally not only working out but holding on the intensity for a longer span of […]

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Core Exercises For Runners

Posted On February 16th, 2017

‘I don’t stop when I’m tired, I stop when I’m done’ is the attitude every runner should possess. Each man has a dream to be Usain Bolt. Always remember, the feeling which you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from just sitting around thinking and wishing you were […]

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Pushing Past Your Comfort Zone | Hitting Your Max

Posted On May 4th, 2015

If you are one that will run a 5k a few times per week, or go to the gym and do your circuit with some intervals in-between on the bike or treadmill, you probably have not made remarkable gains. The first question to ask yourself is; are you getting the results you want with your […]

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Personal Training VS Small Group Training: Which One is For You Portland, Oregon?

Posted On April 21st, 2015

It all comes down to your goals—and what motivates you to get moving! Looking to find some renewed workout motivation? You’re not alone. When morning dog jogs around the neighborhood or hour-long treadmill sessions aren’t generating the desired results, many turn to a trainer for support. Not long ago, folks looking to get fit needed […]

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Getting Back Into Training | Portland Personal Trainer | The First Two Weeks

Posted On March 18th, 2014

At our Portland personal trainer studio, when a brand new client comes to us with an end goal, one of our first conversations we have with them is that the initial two weeks are going to be a transitional period. Meaning, it is just like starting a new job, it is going to be uncomfortable, […]

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