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Unless you are a competitive athlete or physique model, leave the food scale in the closet.
Packing meals the night before each weekday is a valuable tool. Performing a proper push-up, pull-up, row, squat, or lunge should be the foundation of any exercise regime.
Take time on Sunday to prepare your food for week. Learn about proper posture and the benefits to your joint health.
For the next 14 days, replace all grains and starches will colorful veggies. That's right...no bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, or any other similar "carb" source.
Winter is a depressing time of year. It is cold, snowy and grey for three to four months and most people lose their motivation to do much of anything – especially exercise!
Too many people have the wrong misconception when it comes to dieting or losing weight that "if I ate less, then I'd lose the weight."
Your biggest tools in the fight against cancer are now, and will always be, a properly designed nutrition program and exercise regime.
When you think about it, exercise may in fact be more important for women than it is for men.
Fat has more than double the amount of calories per gram that protein and carbs have.
For the majority of people, achieving a healthy lifestyle can be overwhelming. There are gyms, exercise DVD’s and numerous other activities to consider..
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