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Stretches To Improve Hip Flexibility

Posted On March 5th, 2018

‘Tight hips’ are a result of strain that is caused due to sitting on your couch, office desk or vehicle. The mobility and flexibility are reduced, which can lead to discomfort as time progresses. Good way to ‘open up the hips’ are by performing hip exercises under the three-dimensional plane. Repetition and discipline are important. […]

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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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The 5 x 5 workout program

Posted On August 23rd, 2016

What is the 5 x 5 workout program? When I first started working with weights, I was pretty young. A lot of the research was not out there of when you should or should not lift weights, so I just wanted to be like my brother and do what he was doing.  So my mom […]

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Weight Lifting is the Fountain of Youth

Posted On August 21st, 2016

What are some positive aspects of weight lifting? If you were to even look back into the early 1990’s, weightlifting was still a male dominated hobby. It wasn’t until the medical community really started to let individuals know what the significance it has on helping maintain bone density, especially with osteoporosis and osteopenia sufferers. This […]

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Portland Gyms & Fitness | Wear And Tear on The Body!

Posted On January 25th, 2013

I just got back from the Orthopedist and I was going in there for some knee pain that was I created about two weeks doing a body weight squat. After doing some X-rays and other types of tests, it basically came down to wear and tear on my body. I have been active since I […]

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Portland Personal Trainer: Staying Fit In Portland Oregon At Any Age

Posted On June 10th, 2012

You can bend the changes in your body as you reach 40 through regular exercise. There is a correct exercise regimen for people 40 and above. Personal trainer Portland Oregon can assist you in determining what exercise is suitable for your body type and needs. Portland fitness trainer Kisar Dhillon can help you stay fit, […]

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Portland Personal Trainer: Portland Fitness Injuries-The Rotator Cuff Muscles

Posted On May 27th, 2012

When it comes to one of the biggest injuries among athletes and the fitness enthusiast, the rotator cuff muscles always cause a great deal of problems. Furthermore, when this is a very common injury among 40 year old fitness goers who love to play tennis, golf or just working out. When these specific muscles get […]

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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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Portland Fitness Trainer: Workout Discipline and Motivation

Posted On February 15th, 2012

As the old adage says, ‘there is nothing worthwhile that is easy.’ Maintaining a workout regimen is one of the most difficult things to maintain, especially if you are too busy or unmotivated. You may even rationalize that not all that is difficult is necessarily worthwhile. Well, given that this is true, you must carefully […]

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