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April 10th, 2014

2014April10_ExerciseGeneral_AYou're putting in the effort and showing determination and what you expect are great results and to feel good too. If you're working out with a quality fitness routine then there's no reason you cannot head straight toward your goals. However, as with every journey there are pitfalls along the way and one danger zone is when you've finished your workout and you are at risk of undoing much of the hard work with post-exercise no-nos!
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April 9th, 2014

2014April09_WeightLoss_AAs one of the biggest health problems in the Western world, obesity is not just a physical problem, but also a social one. Overweight people often find themselves stigmatized because of their weight, leading to negative feelings and emotions. But tackling weight issues takes a motivated and a proactive approach that is seated in embracing who you are are and making  changes in a positive way that increases feelings of self-worth. What is definite is that the obesity blame game doesn't work!
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Topic Weight Loss
April 9th, 2014

2014April09_Motivation_AWith the best will in the world there are times when, for whatever reason, motivation can slacken off with your workout routine. It might be that other life demands are leaving you feeling drained or distracted, or it could be that you are doubting your direction or progress. The crucial factor is to be able to recognize when motivation weakens and bring in reinforcements to stop the good work you've achieved from being lost.
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April 8th, 2014

2014April08_Men's Fitness_AReal men run marathons, compete in Ironman championships, and lift bicep bulging weights. Real men sweat it out with cardio and cross training and meet the challenge of suspension training full on. What they don't do is stretch. This somewhat macho and archaic attitude is what some men consider a manly way of working out. It still pulls some weight in the psyche of some men, who while trying to attain the ultimate fit physique, miss out or skim over stretching exercises. However, these men are definitely missing the point, as really fit men stretch!
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April 3rd, 2014

2014April03_TRX_ATRX suspension training is a great exercise to challenge your core muscles. Many people think that your core is just the abs but this is not true. Your core also includes the pelvic muscles, back, and chest. Because all of our other muscles connect to the core, suspension training improves this connection, contributing to a stronger and more stable core. TRX Suspension Training requires the use of training equipment and gravity's help to make the exercises challenging no matter how long you've been practicing.
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Topic TRX