3 Reasons P90X2 Is Going To Be...

Jul 18, 2011 by

Hello readers of Loving Fit, today I would like for you to welcome a guest post by Paul Atkins.
They say good things come to those who wait and this couldn’t be any truer than with fans of P90X. The in home program that started a disciple like following of Tony Horton is currently being revamped from the ground up as part 2 of the P90X franchise. The project coined P90X2, started over a year ago and is close to its completion date which has been rumored to be late fall of 2011.

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A Thought For Today And My Fav...

Jul 17, 2011 by

Today after a really nice meditation I had the most incredible meal. I use to eat things like that when I was little all the time. As I was eating it, it made me think a lot about my childhood.
Some of the most incredible memories I had, was when I went to the village with my cousin ( It was her grandmother’s village ). I grew up in Moscow ( a huge city ), but for some reason I really love the small village life. The nature there is incredible, the people are very nice and the food in absolutely delicious.

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Herniated Disc Tips And How I ...

Jul 16, 2011 by

About a year and a half ago I severely injured my back. It was the most intense physical pain I ever had to deal with in my life. The weird thing about it was that I could walk ( through some pain ), but I couldn’t sit or lie down without pain going from my back all the way down my leg.
What I had was a herniated disc in my lower back, which I was told will require surgery to fix.

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Abs Ripper Push-Up Variation E...

Jul 15, 2011 by

The other day I was experimenting with different push-up variations and I came up with this move. After doing 3 sets of 8 with breaks in between, I saw stars in my eyes ( I can do about 30 regular push-up’s in a row ). Not only that, but the next day my Abs were incredibly sore ( my abs rarely get sore ).

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Turning Bridge Exercise

Jul 13, 2011 by

I came up with this cool exercise the other day, which I totally enjoyed adding to my workout. I always spend a few hours in my workout studio trying to come up with ways of twisting and turning my body to create more muscle confusion.
This exercise was the toughest on my abs, triceps, glutes and overall balance. But after practicing it for a while, I got a hang of it.
At the bottom of the post, I am also including a picture alternative for beginners.

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A Day Of Detox

Jul 11, 2011 by

When I feel like I need to recharge my batteries, I know it’s time to have a nature visit. For me it is the best way to release stress and make my mind whole again. I decided to make it a ritual every Sunday to either go to the beach or the forest. Nature is the best detox, even meditation is different when you are surrounded by fresh air.

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Twisted Pistol Kick Exercise

Jul 7, 2011 by

This exercise will probably scare someone who is a beginner, but it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a try. You have to remember that every exercise can be modified.
Twisted Pistol Kick Exercise focuses on your glutes, quadriceps, but most importantly your abs. Make sure you are always paying attention to your form.

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More Healthy Snacks

Jul 6, 2011 by

One of the most important things about healthy snacks is variety. Not so long ago I wrote a post with some great snack options, in this post I would like to add to that list.

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