The Critical Importance Of The...

Feb 15, 2011 by

Proper form of every exercise is the first step to building a fitness foundation, especially for beginners. If you learn good habits right away you will succeed at a much greater speed and you will see results almost immediately. That is the key to training success. Let’s say you are going to be doing 20 slow controlled deep squats, where your core, your back and every muscle in your body is engaged to it’s full potential, recruiting more muscle fibers.

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Being Healthy Is A Life Style!

Feb 15, 2011 by

Being healthy is a life style. It is a commitment to your body and your soul for the rest of your life. But it doesn’t have to be drastic. You can make small changes that will impact your life in a big way.

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Isometric Training

Feb 15, 2011 by

Just recently I started doing this incredible method of working out – Isometric Training, without actually knowing much about it at fist. I started intuitively, because I felt a bit exhausted and somewhat bored from my usual workout routines.

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5 Most Important Makeup Tools ...

Feb 15, 2011 by

Here are five most important tools for your purse you should never leave your house without.

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Small Changes Makes a Big Life...

Feb 15, 2011 by

And by small I mean the smallest of things can start making a huge difference. It is hard for someone who is out of shape and been eating junk food all their life to all of a sudden turn it all around and be this fitness freak. People give up most of the time because the changes they made are too drastic. They feel overwhelmed, deprived and over all that is not what fit and healthy should be about. If you are a person who is just starting out in caring for your self and want to make a difference in their health this article is for you 🙂

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Avoiding Overtraining

Feb 15, 2011 by

Many beginners, who are just just starting out in fitness, have a belief the more the better. I was one of those people, I thought the more I exercise the better it is for my body. That cannot be further from the truth. I did learn the hard way, I developed an injury that set me back for month’s. When you start working out, your body goes through three predictable stages in response to stress ( working load ): Shock, compensation and exhaustion.

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