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Apr 13th, 2014

Category: Nutrition
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Nutritional Supplements

For many years, people have been talking about and taking nutritional supplements. What started out as natural herbs, has now grown into a trend that people use on a daily basis. These days, you can find supplements more sophisticated than ever, available in many different forms such as liquid, capsules, pills, and teas. There are […]

Jul 11th, 2014

Category: Nutrition
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Multivitamins – A Ticket to Daily Health

An increasingly number of the world’s population is now eager and interested in looking after their health and in keeping tune with their well-being. It is important to note that this awareness is progressively contributing to the creation of several health supplements to benefit both the adults and the young ones. Dietary and vitamin supplements […]

Dec 21st, 2014

Category: Lifestyle
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Meditation Chairs

Meditation chairs can enhance the experience of exploration by allowing you to sit in a comfortable and relaxed position during your relaxation session. If you have back problems or limited flexibility, the chair offers a comfortable alternative to sitting on the floor. For those just beginning the practice of meditation, a sitting device can be […]

Nov 16th, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Making Fitness Part of Your Life

The pressures of daily life can be daunting, and with demanding careers and raising a family, working out is probably the last thing on your mind at the end of a busy day. However, physical fitness can benefit you in more ways than you think. Being physically fit is not only about conquering marathons in […]

Dec 18th, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Making Exercise More Enjoyable and Fun

Aaahhh, the thought of getting up in the morning and going to the gym to lift weights or run on the treadmill. How about the thought of going to the gym after a hard days work when you’d probably rather just go home and relax? Even the thought of exercising at home on your own […]

Jul 17th, 2014

Category: Nutrition
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Is Fructose Single-Handedly Making People Fat?

In an attempt to explain the obesity epidemic in the world, fingers have recently been pointing to fructose – the sweetener found naturally in fruit and honey and as a component of high-fructose corn syrup used in sweetened foods and beverages. Some research has suggested that fructose may stimulate a hormonal response in the body […]

Sep 8th, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Increase Your Training Intensity – Training To Failure

You can only build muscle tissue if you can generate progressively stronger muscular contractions, so this calls for an emphasis on finding ways to increase exercise intensity. This should not be confused with exercise duration as maximum training intensity will actually shorten the time needed to achieve maximal muscular growth. In an earlier article I […]

Sep 2nd, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Increase Your Training Intensity – Pre-Exhaustion

You can only build muscle tissue if you can generate progressively stronger muscular contractions, so this calls for an emphasis on finding ways to increase exercise intensity. This should not be confused with exercise duration as maximum training intensity will actually shorten the time needed to achieve maximal muscular growth. In an earlier article I […]

Aug 30th, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Increase Your Training Intensity – Partial Repetitions

You can only build muscle tissue if you can generate progressively stronger muscular contractions, so this calls for an emphasis on finding ways to increase exercise intensity. This should not be confused with exercise duration as maximum training intensity will actually shorten the time needed to achieve maximal muscular growth. In an earlier article I […]

Aug 27th, 2014

Category: Working Out
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Increase Your Training Intensity – Negative Repetitions

You can only build muscle tissue if you can generate progressively stronger muscular contractions, so this calls for an emphasis on finding ways to increase exercise intensity. This should not be confused with exercise duration as maximum training intensity will actually shorten the time needed to achieve maximal muscular growth. In an earlier article I […]