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By: Saurabh Jain
Sciatica refers to the pain caused by the compression or irritation in the nerves at the lower end of the spine. Sciatica is also known as radiculopathy, which refers to the extension of the spinal d (read entire article)
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By: Nancy Mure
Three years ago I made a decision to get fit and I've never felt stronger or better. However, we all know keeping the weight off is the hardest part of any long-term fitness plan. Although the plan I (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
Fitness refers to your heart, and the harder you exercise, the more fit you become. But every time you exercise vigorously your muscles are injured, and the harder you exercise, the longer it takes fo (read entire article)
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By: Bill Herren
What if I told you there was a pill on the market that could boost your bone strength, lower your risk of premature death, reduce your cholesterol, burn calories, help you lose or maintain weight loss (read entire article)
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By: Ray Darken
Eating and Exercising Your Way to a Healthy LifeIntroductionIf you are interested in developing a diet and exercise plan that will either assist you in losing weight or that will work to aid you in ma (read entire article)
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By: Ben Greenfield
So you can make it to the gym almost every day…but you just don't have the time when you're there. To really get optimum fat-burning and lean-muscle-building results, you have to devote at least an (read entire article)
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By: Rodger Ruge
Fitness centers are doing their absolute best to destroy our ability to build the body-mind connection through exercise. Like a bunch of lemmings, we are content to not only follow the trend but we a (read entire article)
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By: Bonnie Murphy
If you have finally decided that exercise needs to become a part of your life, I can help.Walking is natural.Since you have never done any deliberate exercise before, I would recommend just going for (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
If your New Year's Resolution is to get in shape, pick an activity that you can enjoy and do safely for the rest of your life. Sixty-five percent of people who start an exercise program drop out in t (read entire article)
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By: Ben Greenfield
When it comes to exercise, routine is your enemy. Your body should constantly be forced to guess what crazy new workouts you decide to put yourself through. This practice inhibits your muscles and phy (read entire article)
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By: Gabe Mirkin, M.D.
Exercisers spend millions of dollars on special sports drinks, even though none increase endurance more than the food from which they are made.You become tired during exercise because you run low on f (read entire article)
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By: Steven Gillman
Better brain function with exercise? The evidence is clear. Not only can you get long-term benefits for your brain from exercise, but you can boost you brain power in the next ten minutes. Exercise ca (read entire article)
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By: Bill White
When we think of getting healthy and staying fit generally I believe our minds dwell on exercise and nutrition.Often, there are those of us who cannot exercise vigorously for various reasons of health (read entire article)
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By: Bonnie Murphy
You all know that regular exercise can improve your physical appearance, but what you may not be aware of are the changes that are going on inside? You may not notice these changes because you can't (read entire article)
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By: Lawrence Gold
Concerns with stretching muscles point to one key observation: muscles get tight.The key question is, "Why?"Muscles, Stretching, and the BrainThe muscular system is controlled by the nervous system. (read entire article)
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By: Gasen Redeye
If you want to reduce your body fat, focus on increasing the amount of exercise you get rather than decreasing your food intake. A recent national study was done using two groups of sedentary men, on (read entire article)
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By: Trevor Adheen
It is much safer to your long term health to reduce weight by natural means rather than taking medication that poses a series of health threatening side effects. In order to attack the problem of redu (read entire article)
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By: Statham Diana
Exercising is a great way to keep yourself fit and healthy, but there is also a risk of injury. However, if you follow some basic guidelines, and stay within your physical limits, you can ensure that (read entire article)
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By: Roy Palmer
Power walking is the new jogging. It is seen as a safer alternative to running with similar health benefits but at a lower intensity. In thirty minutes you can burn up to 250 calories and give you a g (read entire article)
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By: Vikki Scovell
Well it is November, and in the UK the weather is turning a little colder and wetter. The Christmas decorations are already up in the shops even though no body wants to think about it all yet. Befor (read entire article)
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By: Zach Bashore
Most of us have the problem of choosing what type of equipment to use in the gym, while others ponder ways to even be able to train in the first place. Even if you don`t have access to a gym, there ar (read entire article)
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By: Greg Ryan
To be a bodybuilding champion you have to understand kinesiology. It's the study of how the body moves. To me, bodybuilding is more about body movement than weight lifting. It is more about feeling th (read entire article)
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By: Marie Borges
Can you lose weight without exercise? Sure you can, but it will definitely be tougher. In addition, your body will not have the lean, toned look that you surely want..otherwise, what's the poin (read entire article)
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By: Constance Weygandt
One of the easiest and most convenient forms of exercise is walking. Different studies have shown that walking for thirty minutes, three times a week, has a host of beneficial side effects. Reduction (read entire article)
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By: Tanja Gardner
THE NEXT STAGE: ACTIONThe next stage of Prochaska's Transtheoretical model - ‘Action' - kicks in once you've started taking (you guessed it) action.If you're in this stage, you're ready to make chan (read entire article)
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By: Greg Ryan
The Tour De France, arguably may be the hardest sport of all time, and Lance Armstrong probably one of the most conditioned athletes ever. But, how is it possible for a man on the door step of death t (read entire article)
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By: Jimmie Newell
In a previous article, I mentioned the weight loss mantra of "Eat Less... Move More" and I wrote about how to choose the diet plan that could help you eat less. In this article I will discuss the "mov (read entire article)
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By: Lynn Bode
There's been a lot of buzz recently about Interval Training. So, you may be wondering what it really is and, more importantly, why you should incorporate it in your fitness workouts. Well, if you want (read entire article)
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By: Paul Reeve
Your energy levels will depend on several factors, including genetics, nutrition, sleep habits, and emotional stress. Some of these you have no control over But there is one VERY important factor that (read entire article)
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By: John Gibb
Stretching exercises are important before you begin your workout. Always remember to stretch before and after your workout. Stretching exercises also give you health and fitness by making you more fle (read entire article)
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By: Laxmi Krishna
Fat burning exercise is not merely one that will burn fat on its own. Can it rekindle the bodys intrinsic fat burning mechanisms?We all know our bodies started out as dynamic calorie-burning machines (read entire article)
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