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Three Simple Tips for Living Healthy in the Summer

With the summertime here and in full effect I hope you’re sticking with your New Year’s resolutions to stay healthy and physically fit. Given that the summer is a season of vacations, picnics, cookouts, happy hour, pizza by the…

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Five Cheap Ways to Create a Home Gym

These days many commercialized gyms are social clubs, having a large presence of highly fit, athletic, and able-bodied men and women, which, in and of itself, can intimate others who are less fit. So much in fact that novice…

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Is the Ketogenic Diet Worth Trying?

If you’re a fitness enthusiast, weight loss seeker or general health information consumer, you’ve likely heard of the ketogenic (keto) diet. You’ve probably also heard some amazing success stories where people have lost in excess of 1-2 pounds a…

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Five Fitness-Centric Must-Haves for Summer

Summertime is almost here! Whether you’re new to working out, a weekend athlete or you work out every day, there are certain items you’ll need to support the increased demands on your body as you exercise in the heat.…

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Cardio or Strength Training: Which Comes First?

Which one should I do first? Cardio or strength training? This is a very common question I get from women and men alike, particularly those who generally perform cardio and strength training workouts on the same day. The quick…

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Weight Training 101: What You Need To Know Before You Lift

Weight (resistance) training fundamentals tend to be a real mystery for many people. Both novice and some experienced lifters alike struggle with the basics, like proper exercise selection and execution, and manipulating repetitions and sets—Even though they think they’re doing it all right. Beginners who…

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What to Look for in a Fitness Tracking Device

With the widespread promotion of physical activity and exercise, new breeds of fitness tracking devices are hitting the mainstream market every day. Most of these devices can be beneficial for tracking some level of daily activity. Whether or not…

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Estimating Your Metabolic Rate and Daily Calorie Needs

Metabolism (also known as metabolic rate) is the rate at which your body inherently burns calories to fuel vital functions like breathing, blood pressure regulation, heart function, and brain activity. These calories are obtained from three essential macronutrients (carbohydrates, fat, and protein) housed in the foods you eat.…

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Why You Need to Regularly Change Your Exercise Routine

Ever think to yourself, “I’ve been eating right and exercising regularly but I still haven’t lost the weight?” You’re certainly not alone! Many people are fighting their own personal battles to lose weight in spite of their healthy diets and…

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3 Ways To Achieve Successful Weight Loss For Free

In spite of what you might have assumed from claims made in mainstream advertisements and the thousands of diet and exercise plans on the market, losing weight doesn’t require a significant financial investment. Take it from someone who experienced successful weight loss and…

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How to Get More Out of Your Walk for Weight Loss

Walking is by far one of the most common types of cardiovascular (cardio) exercise, as it is easy to perform, requires little or no equipment, and can conveniently be incorporated into your everyday routine. Through its beneficial effects on…

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5 Highly Effective Ways to Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite

Are you bothered by the appearance of cellulite? You’re certainly not alone, as cellulite is a very widespread skin problem that affects countless women, both young and old. Cellulite itself manifests primarily as small to large sized bulges, dimples and dents on the hips, buttocks and thighs. While it’s painless and harmless,…

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Three Smart Strategies for Exercising with a Lung Condition

When compared to the average person, individuals with lung conditions (chronic bronchitis, asthma, and emphysema) use way more energy during breathing. Such breathing problems are a result of narrowing and inflammation (swelling) of the lung’s airways. In general, exercise…