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Just because you have lost weight, doesn't mean you're fit.
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When you are young, you can get by solely on pizza and fun, but as you cross over to the wiser side of 30, it's time to begin considering good health more seriously. It isn't easy to start or maintain...
Spinning has become a popular exercise class offered by major gyms and studios across the country. If you're considering signing up, here's a quick intro to the exercise to help you understand what you'll be getting out of it.
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The gym isn't the only place where you can get in shape. Often, small activities around the home and office can make a big difference to the way you feel. To make the most of your busy schedule and cramped space, try adding the following fitness tips into your life.
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A click changes a television channel. A quick touch initiates a conversation with someone sitting two doors away. Heavy shopping bags are no longer a weighty struggle with online shopping on the click...
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The key to changing the shape of your body is combining strength training with aerobic activity and a healthy diet. This article will teach you how to reduce weight around three key parts of the body.
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When exercise doesn't feel like exercise, kids are happy to do it. No need to monitor toe touches or count sit-ups. Just get your kid up and moving as much as possible. Here are some tips.
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For those chained to their desks for nine hours every day, diet is a major problem. Indigestion, leading to an uncomfortable bloated feeling, and acid reflux are pretty common and unfortunate side eff...
A new study has revealed that short bouts of high-intensity exercise before a fatty meal work best for vascular health. University of Exeter's study found that a short burst of intensive exercise befo...