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How To Lose Inches in Two Weeks?

Posted On June 29th, 2018

Exercise is like work, you need to put effort. And if you are one of those people who wants the results fast. Then you have to work hard definitely.  And when it comes to getting results it gets doubled and tripled. And your progress motivates you to push forward and work more and harder.  So […]

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Improve Mobility With Office Hour Stretches

Posted On May 5th, 2018

Isometric Exercises are strength-training exercises during which angle of joints and length of muscles remain sun changed. The Sitting Isometric Exercises are perfect for a busy office, as you can do them without disturbing others around you. Done against resistance, particularly important are those that involve strengthening of the neck and rest of spine. These […]

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Benefits of Middle Age fitness

Posted On April 7th, 2018

Middle age is a crucial part of human life where physical fitness is compulsory. You have to be active to be physically fit and healthy, or else it will lead to severe physical problems in the future. Being bedridden for the rest of your life and watching others doing your pieces of stuff for you […]

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Low Back Pain During Sit Ups

Posted On March 9th, 2018

Lower back pain is a common travail. You experience this while at the gym, grinding spices or being tall in stature. That same pain can occur while doing sit-ups or crunches. To counter the pain felt during an exercise, there are other exercises you can do which strengthen the core Performing sit-ups utilize the hip […]

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Eliminate Knee Pain With Squatting

Posted On February 14th, 2018

Most people think that squats are pretty bad for your knees. It is not exactly untrue. Athletes or bodybuilders often faces knee pains due to heavy duty squatting. However such pains and problems can be kept at bay if you do pay attention to smaller details. Squatting Comes With Benefits Although squatting can lead to […]

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Get Relief from tight, sore neck with just in 6 Stretches

Posted On January 15th, 2018

Seated neck release: seat on a chair and place your feet flat on the ground. Now stretch you right arm along the right side of the chair. Slightly tilt your head to the left and position your left hand on the top of your head. Now gently pressure your hand increasing the stretch. Seated clasping […]

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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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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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A Guide to Protein Snacking

Posted On August 21st, 2017

Protein is a power snack that not only keeps blood sugar level steady and slows digestion but also helps keep cravings at bay. According to Alexandra Oppenheimer, RD of Ambitious & Nutritious, protein instils a feeling of satisfaction. And naturally, when you’re satisfied with your diet, you stick to it. The benefits of high-protein snacks […]

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