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Portland Personal Trainer: Importance of Running In All Directions

Posted On March 2nd, 2012

There are a lot of runners throughout the United States, and the art of running is such a  great workout. It not only burns a ton of calories, but it gives a person a sweat that you cannot get with any other exercise. What injures runners, weekend warriors and individuals who solely do this activity […]

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Portland Fitness: You Need To Pay Attention To The Type of Fat & Carbs You Eat

Posted On February 29th, 2012

There has always been so many topics, books and fads on what types of fat you should eat and are better for you. According to choosmyplate.gov they recommend that less than 10% of your diet should consist of fats and they should come from vegetable oils, fruits, nuts, vegetables, fish, less red meat (lean), and […]

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The Green Microgym: A Leader in Sustainable Fitness

Posted On February 27th, 2012

By Kisar S. Dhillon • For Active.com With so much emphasis being placed on the environment during the past 20 years, there have been various businesses spawned from the green, sustainable movement. In the fitness industry, it seems that it has been a slow crawl, but there is one fitness facility that is becoming the pioneer in […]

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Portland Fitness: Get a Better Workout, Reduce your Rest Times between Sets

Posted On February 27th, 2012

Portland, Oregon and the rest of the USA! If you are looking at a way to get a more intense workout and make that lactic acid burn increase in those muscles, then I suggest that you reduce your rest times so your muscles have limited time to recover from the last exercise. You are probably […]

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Portland Fitness Food Tip: Drinking Wine this Weekend!

Posted On February 25th, 2012

If you are going to that wine festival in Newport, make sure that you don’t crazy with both the wine and the food. If you are on a strict food plan or following one for a fitness program, then make sure your fat intake for the day is at a minimal, since alcohol pretty much has the […]

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Personal Trainer Portland: How To Reduce Calories in your Diet

Posted On February 22nd, 2012

Here are few tricks that you can use to reduce your caloric intake throughout the day. The first part is when you wake up and a lot of individuals like to use creamer, half & half or whole milk. If it is the color or strong taste of coffee that you are trying to reduce, […]

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Personal Trainer: Portland, Oregon is the Fittest City in the United States

Posted On February 22nd, 2012

Well, it was just announced today according to Men’s Fitness that Portland, Oregon is the fittest city in the United States. I think this is an amazing achievement for this city, especially when it rains here so much. This just points out that in order to stay fit, it is a do whatever it takes […]

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Portland Fitness: Choose a Personal Trainer That Practices What They Preach

Posted On February 21st, 2012

If you are looking for a personal trainer then you need to do your homework. I always tell family and friends who are looking for a trainer is to find someone who not only practices what they preach, but they live and breath it. The last thing you want is a fitness professional who trains […]

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Portland Oregon Personal Trainer Kisar Dhillon Gives 3 Helpful Eating Tips When Working Out

Posted On February 21st, 2012

The most important snacks a person can have is before, during and after a workout routine or fitness event. ShareThis  Email  PDF  Print Thinking about exercise does not generate fitness results! Portland, OR (PRWEB) February 21, 2012 With so many energy drinks on the market these days the body sometimes needs real food in order to complete rigorous physical […]

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Portland Fitness: How to Strengthen the Back without weights

Posted On February 20th, 2012

There are various exercises you can do to strengthen the back, but there are simple moves that you can do without using any expensive equipment, just your body weight. The first one is to get on all fours and lift your opposite arm and leg up for 3 sets of 20 reps per side. The […]

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