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May 2012

Motivational Tips for Runners

Of all sports that an athlete can participate in, running can be one of the hardest of them all. While the physical health rewards of running are obvious, the stimulation and adrenaline rush that we get from running is less…

5 Tips for the Smoothest Shave for Men

When you shave, you generally hope to achieve to the smoothest results possible. Sometimes, it is difficult to achieve a close shave and it is important to know why. Hair removal can be a tricky and time consuming process, so…

Exercise Tips for Fibromyalgia Sufferers

Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that affects around four million people in the United States alone. Some of the symptoms include having chronic-level pain in the muscles and soft tissue, which can lead to extreme fatigue and extremely tender points all…

Mother’s Day Gift Guide for the Sporty and Fit Mom

Mother’s Day is just around the corner (literally). The cool thing about mom is that she usually loves whatever it is you give her: handmade art, a knitted scarf (even though it’s spring time), a picture of you that she…

Boosting Your Will Power To Lose Weight

There are basically 2 ways to lose weight; either start consuming less calories, or start using more – or even better do both. Unfortunately, exercising regularly takes effort and dieting requires a certain amount of sacrifice. The bottom line is…

7 Reasons Dogs are Better Than Gym Memberships

This is a Guest Post from Kimberly Reynolds: Kimberly is an online marketer in Dallas, Texas. She has a passion for learning new things and is currently working on mastering the piano. On a typical day after work, you may…

Why is Jogging So Important?

Exercising is very important for your body. Exercises you choose for your body can be high intensity workouts, different types of yoga or simply power walking, running and jogging. The motive behind exercising is keeping your body toned, and in…

How to Avoid Junk Food in College

If you were used to sitting down to home-cooked meals before you went off to college, there’s nothing like the reality check that comes with eating on campus. Even if you are someone who lives off of the yard, you…

Dental Hygiene: How Often Should I Brush my Teeth?

Most dentists recommend brushing your teeth at least twice daily, accompanied with flossing at least once a day. Dependent upon your daily dietary intake, it can often be a good idea to brush and floss your teeth more than twice…

Top Tips for Staying Fit While Living in a Dormitory

Due to all of the socializing that happens on a college campus, you might think that it would be easier to want to work out when you’re living in a dorm. Well, that might be the case if your roommate…

Ways to Cure Heavy Armpit Sweating and Unwanted Body Odor

Body odor emitted by sweaty armpits can be embarrassing at best. Bad body odor can negatively affect a person’s self-esteem, causing one to be less successful in his/her career and sometime withdraw from social activities. The good news is that…

College Majors Related to Fitness

Many people know what they’re passionate about in life, but they’re not sure how to turn it into a lucrative career. This may apply to those who love working out, doing research on healthy lifestyle habits and fitness equipment. Because…

Foods That Can Lower Blood Pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension occurs when your arteries harden or thicken. This condition is very serious and can lead to medical complications, such as heart attack, stroke and aneurysm. There are several treatment options for hypertension or high blood…

Premier Nutrition Healthy Protein Shake and Protein Bar

If you’re wondering the role protein plays within your body, think of it as the compound responsible for the growth, repair, and maintenance of your cells. Protein is an integral part of muscle tissues, and is critical in every process…

ADHD and Exercise – Adult ADHD Daily Management

Exercise is one of the single most important things you can do to keep your symptoms of inattention and hyperactivity under control. The benefits for your physical health are obvious and well known, as are some of the mental benefits…

Staying in Shape While Studying Abroad

If you’re someone preparing to study abroad, congratulations! You’re in for a wonderful adventure. Not only will you be learning more in your field of academia, you will also be immersed in a new culture. That said, it might seem…

5 Tips to Stay Motivated During College Breaks

Sometimes, while you’re on a college break, you find yourselves taking a break from everything. You don’t want to read a magazine, let alone a book, and if you were on a workout regimen, you usually trade that in for…

High Blood Pressure: The Truth Behind Hypertension In Young People

Many young people believe that high blood pressure or hypertension only affects older people. This myth was busted by a study carried out by the University of North Carolina’s Carolina population Center. The findings published in Epidemiology show that 19…

Eye Exercises: Five Easy Ways to Exercise your Eyes

Regular exercise is important in making sure that our bodies remain healthy and strong, with exercises to particularly target each area of the body. While cardiovascular training strengthens the heart, crunches and rolls strengthen the abdomen, and weights strengthen the…

Lower Back Pain – Warm Up Exercises

Whether you are suffering from lower back pain or not, it is very important to do a proper warm up before doing any workout routine. They’re designed to get you ready for higher intensity movements. To be able to carry…