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Great Workouts From Around The Web

Posted by on Nov 9, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 12 comments

Great Workouts From Around The Web

Today I wanted to share some great workout routines I found throughout the web. There are some intense workouts out there and from time to time I enjoy trying the routines that catch my eye :). So here are my recent favorites and I hope you will enjoy them as much as I did:

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5 Reasons Why You Can’t Burn Fat and What You Need To Change

Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 5 comments

5 Reasons Why You Can’t Burn Fat and What You Need To Change

Hi everyone, today I have a guest post for you from Jonathan at World Of Diets, which is a health and fitness site dedicated to providing you with detailed diet reviews and additional weight loss, fitness, and nutrition articles.

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Creative Homemade Fitness Tips

Posted by on Sep 12, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 0 comments

Creative Homemade Fitness Tips

The other day I was browsing the web for some great ideas to add to my home gym. But I don’t really want to go out and spend tons of money on different things. So I found a couple of web sites that show you how to make great homemade fitness equipment on a small budget.

I think when people have more choices when it comes to working out, it becomes and activity instead of a chore.

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About My Workouts

Posted by on Aug 26, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 2 comments

About My Workouts

I’ve been asked a lot of questions about my workout routines, and I wanted to go into some details of what my workouts are all about.

First things first, I had a lot of requests to post much easier workouts, because several people mentioned that these workouts are too hard. Then I ask them, have you tried it? Every exercise can be modified to your fitness level, I explain all of the modifications to every exercise you can do in the ” Notes ” section. The answers I get are always pretty much the same ” I can’t it’s too hard for me “, I want something easier to follow.

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3 Reasons P90X2 Is Going To Be Better Than It’s Predecessor

Posted by on Jul 18, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 0 comments

3 Reasons P90X2 Is Going To Be Better Than It’s Predecessor

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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Herniated Disc Tips And How I Healed My Back

Posted by on Jul 16, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 64 comments

Herniated Disc Tips And How I Healed My Back

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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The Importance of Posture and How To Strengthen Your Back

Posted by on Jun 25, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 5 comments

The Importance of Posture and How To Strengthen Your Back

When I was little my grandma always use to scream her lungs out when my back wasn’t straight, whether I was walking or sitting, or sleeping. Back then, I use to think she just had a knack for yelling. I remember I would be playing outside with my friends and out of nowhere I would hear my grandmas squeaky voice yelling “Baaaaack”, and I would straighten out my posture right away.

Now that I am all grown up and I don’t have anyone yelling in my ear to straighten my back, my posture has been getting worst and worst. I finally understand why my grandma was stressing out so much about my back. Posture is important!

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How To Make An Agility Ladder At Home

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 0 comments

How To Make An Agility Ladder At Home

Agility ladders are mainly used by athletes but anyone can incorporate agility ladder training into their workouts. It helps to improve balance, muscle endurance, reaction time and coordination in various parts of the body. Agility Ladder training benefits are similar to jump rope, except it’s multidirectional, which means you will develop more power and work more muscle groups.
Besides the physical benefits, I believe it helps you develop concentration, this improves your overall quality of life.

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Balance Disc And How To Use It

Posted by on Jun 4, 2011 in Fitness, Fitness & Training Articles | 1 comment

Balance Disc And How To Use It

A Balance Disc is a really amazing small piece of equipment. I use it almost daily in my workouts. What I’ve learned about working out is that you don’t have to keep using heavier and heavier weights, you just have to find a way to make an exercise harder to perform, and Balance Disc does just that.

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