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How to Stay Fit By Performing the Clam Crunch Exercise?

Posted On April 21st, 2018

An excellent exercise to build a strong core and get effective circulation, the clam crunch can be performed anywhere. All you need is a comfortable mat, comfortable enough to lie down and of course, focus to build a strong core. Ensure you are performing this on an empty stomach. Let’s look at the steps on […]

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Unsung difference between dumbbell and kettlebell

Posted On April 8th, 2018

Both the kettlebell and dumbbell are inanimate objects and are nothing more than a lump of cast metals. A kettlebell is not better than a dumbbell, nor is it worse. So truly, the difference lies is not in the bells respectively but they are used while exercising. Kettlebells are spherical in shape whereas dumbbells are […]

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Maintaining fitness for the Middle-aged women

Posted On March 31st, 2018

With the onset set of menopause and the winding down of fertility starts the middle age for women which ranges from 40 to 50 years of age. The health system of a woman’s body is very complex. Whether you are a working woman or a homemaker your age will show few symptoms which act an […]

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Slimmer Calves With The Right Exercise

Posted On February 17th, 2018

Smooth and lean calves are essential for great looking and strong legs. There are numerous workouts styles and fitness schedules that can be followed for lean and trim calves. Let us take a look at them. Standing Calf Raise – In this posture you can stand with your hips wide apart. Keep your core tight […]

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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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The Graphic Designer | Their Movement During The Day

Posted On March 8th, 2016

We all know that we need to move more, especially when we are at work! So many of us who work at place of employment sit at a desk and if you are lucky, it is a standing desk. But not everyone has awesome employers who know the benefit of having a healthy workforce and […]

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Jumpstart Your Day | Exercise or Coffee | Portland, Oregon

Posted On January 8th, 2015

Jumpstart your day Coffee is an absolutely awesome thing to wake up to.  There is no doubt about that.  But it also can create a dependency, and you’ll eventually get to a point where you can’t wake up without a cup of coffee.  There are other ways to wake up your body and mind, however, […]

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Resistance Training for Runners | Personal Trainer Portland Oregon

Posted On December 15th, 2014

Resistance training for runners Let’s face it: running is one of the easiest, cheapest, and most effective ways to get in a good bout of exercise.  It doesn’t require a gym membership or expensive weights.  All you need are shoes.  However, using running as your only mode of exercise can have its drawbacks.  Much as […]

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Portland Oregon Personal Trainer | Building Running Speed | Running Tips

Posted On November 2nd, 2014

Many runners are good at running for long distances, because that’s a fairly easy thing to build towards.  If you want to run a long way, you have to start running further and further, until you reach a length you are satisfied with.  Fewer people, however, are aware of how to become faster, especially over […]

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Personal Trainer Portland Oregon | Learning Control With Free Weights

Posted On November 2nd, 2014

One of the biggest challenges for people new to working out is controlling their movements while lifting weights.  Typically they are fine as they go up, but more often than not they let gravity do the work on the way down and offer very little resistance to the weight.  Typically, this is either because the […]

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