• The Water Weight Debate

    The more excess water you hold inside your body’s issues, the more water weight you’ll have, and that can equal to more pounds for your weekly weigh-in.  That bloated feeling that comes once a month during your menstrual cycle, or after consuming multiple alcoholic drinks with a night out with the boys can leave you […]

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  • Using The Treadmill Programs To Your Benefit

    Treadmill workouts are a great way to blast fat and get your cardiovascular system in shape. You may be actively involved in a cardio program which has taken you to the stages of being able to walk or run continuously for more than 30 minutes. Perhaps you are a beginner and you want to get […]

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  • Jumpstart your fitness routine

    There is something about summer, and even fall, that invites us to be more active. Now that summer is gone it is only a matter of time before we head into such common indoor activities as over snacking and couch surfing. There is hope, though. Fall is under way, and there is still time to […]

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  • Strength Training

    Strength training is defined as the process of exercising with progressively heavier resistance to stimulate muscle development (American Council on Exercise). In other (less boring) words, strength training is engaging in a consistent routine in which you regularly increase your resistance level to get stronger, look and feel better, and achieve whatever goal you’ve set. […]

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  • Common Gym Mistakes of Your Past, Not Your Future

    Wondering why you’re not burning as many calories as you have in the past, or why you’re all of a sudden experiencing knee or back soreness? If you’re not maximizing your workout at the gym, it could be you need to develop a new way to trim . Over 30? Studies show that this is […]

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  • Top 5 Exercises to Keep Your Kids Healthy and Still Have Fun

    Children and adolescents are the future of this country. In whatever future occupation they find themselves, it will always be based on the available division of labor. In America, despite harsh financial times, plenty of opportunity and division of labor exists. In other words, many different vocations and careers are available to whomever wants to […]

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  • Lower Leg Coordination and Exercise

    If you’re 80 and want the agility of a 50 year old; a 50 year old who wants the flexibility of a 30 year old, or a 30 year old who wants to shake, rattle and rock and roll like the 20 year old you once were, here’s the answer: improve your leg coordination through […]

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  • Aerobic and Anaerobic exercise: What is the Difference?

    Most often when we think about exercise we think aerobic. That is in part because of the high energy classes available at most gyms. Aerobic exercise is not confined to those classes, however. For most people, low to moderate exercise or exertion is generally aerobic. So what is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic exercise? […]

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  • Interval Training

    Are you in a fitness slump? Maybe you’re looking to start a workout routine, and you want to assure you’ll get the most out of your workouts. The best way to blast fat and break out of any weight-loss plateau is through the use of interval training. Interval training consists of workouts that alternate high-intensity […]

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  • Helpful Tips For Sore Muscles

    Sore muscles are a pain. The worst thing about this necessary evil is probably that too many people, especially after a long layoff from exercise, feel the ill effects of sore muscles, and it prevents them from working out in the immediate future. Having sore muscles often falls into the “great excuse” category for skipping […]

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