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Exercise Tips For Travelers

This is a guest post by Mike Manning. Mike is a fitness and healthy living enthusiast. You can find his future posts at When we’re traveling, our normal routine is broken up so much that we can talk ourselves into believing we don’t have time to exercise.  Resist this temptation!  Maintaining your exercise regimen will help […]

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Importance of Workouts and Nutrition for Fitness

Fitness is nothing but the state of strength and well-being. This state is directly dependent on how you use your body as well as what you put into it. While the former refers to the physical movements and mental usage, the latter directly points to the food that you eat. Well, these two statements directly […]

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Keeping Those Pesky Pounds at a Minimum

Weight loss and weight management are hot topics in the country these days. It seems that a week cannot go by without some new weight loss supplement hitting the market or some all-encompassing and exclusive workout DVD package. However, controlling your weight is not always as simple as buying the next new thing. In fact, […]

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How to Get Those Tight and Toned Abs That You've Always Wanted

How to Get Those Tight and Toned Abs That You’ve Always Wanted Follow six simple steps and you will be able to tighten your abs significantly. A commitment to a regimen results in a physically fit body. Good nutritionStart a diet to lose weight in the midsection. Try eating 5-6 small meals daily. This increases […]

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The Great Benefits of Exercise for Cancer Patients

This is a guest post by David Haas. David Haas is a cancer support group and awareness program advocate at the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. In addition to researching the many valuable programs available to their site’s visitors, David often blogs about programs and campaigns underway at the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance, as well as creative fitness […]

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