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Put down those supplements and eat some potatoes!
Physical activity is fundamental to health and wellbeing. Yoga can help.
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Girls do it, so do boys... Exercise!
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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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I lost 8kg in four months, and what's more, I never went to the gym. And no, before you think the worst, there was no liposuction involved and not one diet pill passed my lips. This is how I did it.
As we wrap up 2015 and open our arms to 2016, we are filled with optimism and motivation to make it our best year yet. While health-related resolutions tend to be the norm, it's important that such goals go beyond achieving a certain number on the scale.
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.