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SMART physical training to come back in shape

Posted On March 3rd, 2018

Tired of starting up? Stop giving up then. No matter what you have decided-to lose 4 to 40 pounds, having an evening walk or running your first marathon-make sure to set your goal using this 5 essential elements into action. Specific- Get a goal which is not arbitrary. You can sum up the goal using […]

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Shape up the Extra Inches

Posted On January 12th, 2018

We all crave for the hour-glass frame but more than often those extra pounds on the belly acts as a spoiler. Intense work out sessions with highly regulated dieting usually helps in shedding off the extra pounds. However, with these hardcore exercises, you may not always be able to retain the curves. Curves define and […]

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Toning up the Lower Body

Posted On January 8th, 2018

A linear structure is something we all crave for. However, more than often we see disproportionate fat distribution in the body. People with broad bone structures tend to bulk up more in the thigh, hips and, waistline areas. Keep your body hydrated and your diet low in carbohydrates and calories. Combine it with squats, lunges […]

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Bulk up the Chest Muscles

Posted On January 5th, 2018

Being skinny is not an option in the age of protein shakes, structured bodies and pumped up muscles. A well built body symbolizes strength and attractiveness. Besides bone strength chest muscle build up is a prerequisite for attaining a well worked out structure. The chest muscles are the largest muscle group in the upper body, made […]

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Workout and Beat the Chills

Posted On January 2nd, 2018

Dark and cold winter mornings tend to make us shiver under the quilt. As the temperature keeps dipping we shroud into the hibernation mode. Exercise inevitably takes a backseat and the fitness regimen goes up for a toss.  In the winter months since digestion is easier we tend to eat more and put on more […]

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Can Exercises slow down aging

Posted On December 26th, 2017

Exercises serve as a real-time support for the maintenance of health and in turn beauty of one’s self. Exercising every day helps to burn out the extra calories and build up fat from the body. They also remove all the unwanted toxins from the body. This aspect helps to look the body in a better […]

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Which Exercises Help in Getting Taller

Posted On November 28th, 2017

Everyone loves to have a height that is simply stunning. Body Builders and Fitness Freaks are obsessed towards this. However, it is a proven fact that a lot of the height factor depends on the genes. The vertical height of the body is also adversely influenced by the earth’s gravitational energy. It compresses the spines […]

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Wrongs Of Exercising that Can Lead to Back Pain

Posted On November 16th, 2017

Back pain is usually a result of bad posture and can occur to any individual who doesn’t pay much attention to health. Sitting in an inclined position for long hours in front of the desktop is one of the most common and major issues of back pain. Even watching too much TV, sitting at home […]

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Get Accustomed with The Big Bouncy Stability Ball

Posted On October 15th, 2017

Stability balls are just more than what they look like. They are not mere big balls for to sit and bounce for fun, they offer a great way to improve strength, cardio endurance and balance. Stability balls take normal squats or push-ups to the next level. These bouncy balls are great for getting back into […]

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September 2017 Blueberry Bomba Recipe

Posted On September 3rd, 2017

Pete’s Recipes: September 2017 Get the blueberries fresh while they’re here! Local and fresh foods are the best! Here’s a nice little dish that is super good!             Blueberry Bomba 36 oz. Oregon blueberries 4 tablespoons honey 1 1/2 cups Bob’s Red Mill quick oats 1 cup chopped macadamia nuts […]

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