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The Road to Workout Recovery – Four stages

The Road to Workout Recovery – Four stages

If you want to get the most out of your workout, you’ll want to push yourself to the limit. This can have serious repercussions, however, as failure to properly recover from your mammoth stint in the gym could put you…

5 Cancer Fighting Foods You Need to Know About

According to Cancer.org’s 2012 statistics, there have already been more than half a million Americans who have died due to some form of cancer and over 1,600,000 new cancer cases that have been diagnosed. Therefore, when it comes to finding…

The Art of Sleeping

The benefit of getting a good night’s sleep shouldn’t be underestimated. It’s hugely beneficial to both body and mind. Conversely not sleeping is damaging. It will leave you restless and affect performance in both mental and physical tasks. At the…

How to Eat your Way to a Healthy Body? Secrets Revealed

How to Eat your Way to a Healthy Body? Secrets Revealed

Whether you are at your ideal weight or striving to reach your weight goal, is it simply a matter of burning more calories than you take in? The answer, I suggest is no! Overall body health improvement as well as…

OdorXout Review: Nature’s Way to Remove Odors

OdorXout Review: Nature’s Way to Remove Odors

Whether you know it or not, those visiting your home or place of business are immediately hit with whatever smell resides in your building. In many cases, the smell is unpleasant or counterproductive. Those inside have become accustomed to the…

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Chobani Gym Bag Giveaway: You Know You Want it

I am excited to give away an awesome looking Chobani gym bag that I’m sure will make the lucky winner very happy! But make no mistake, this bag is not just a gym bag; it’s truly multipurpose. Want to take…

Can a Sports Mouthguard Improve your Performance?

Can a Sports Mouthguard Improve your Performance?

The choice to wear a sports mouthguard during sporting activities may be optional or mandatory, depending on the type of sport you perform. There are now models available that can be custom-made through a dentist or purchased online. Their effectiveness…

Should I be Training with a Heart Rate Monitor?

Should I be Training with a Heart Rate Monitor?

Author: Anthony Duran: 904fitness.com A heart rate monitor is a great tool that can be used for a variety of functions such as assessing your current fitness level, tracking your progress, and measuring the intensity of your workouts. There are…

Did you Know you Could Cure Hangover with These 2 Fruits?

We all know fruits are an important part of any diet. They keep us healthy and energized. However, fruit can have other benefits as well. Two fruits, bananas and lemons, can really help you when you are suffering from a…

Simple Home Exercises to Help you Tone

Simple Home Exercises to Help you Tone

Keeping your muscles toned doesn’t require going to the gym. With a few simple exercises, you can work your muscles anywhere and enjoy better definition that won’t go unnoticed. Here are a few essential exercises that will help you develop…

Preventing Lower Limb Disorders (LLDs) in the Workplace

Preventing Lower Limb Disorders (LLDs) in the Workplace

Lower limb disorders, or LLDs, are issues that affect the lower limbs or basically anything from the waist down. The lower limbs contain many joints that are prone to wear and injury, such as the ankles, knees, and hips. Who…

About Exercise: Back to the Basics

About Exercise: Back to the Basics

As if you didn’t already know…But it’s always worth going over some basics, so I apologize in advance for those of you who already know all that I am about to say. What’s Exercise? Exercise is a particular form of…

Top Tips For Getting The Right Running Shoes

Top Tips For Getting The Right Running Shoes

Anyone who runs regularly will know that a good pair of running shoes can make the difference between recovering quickly from a run or suffering from aching limbs. With this in mind, it is very important to know how to…

Are we Needlessly Medicating our Children?

Babies spit up and babies cry. This is a normal part of being a newborn. In fact, 70% of infants spit up on a daily basis and an average infant 1-3 months old can cry up to 3.75 hours per…

Foot Problems During Pregnancy: Prevention and Treatment

Foot Problems During Pregnancy: Prevention and Treatment

For many women, pregnancy is a joyous adventure, a time when a woman “glows”. This glow is a clear outward indication of the vast changes pregnancy creates in a woman’s body; some of which may seem unexpected or surprising to…

5 Natural Arthritis Cures

5 Natural Arthritis Cures

Arthritis is a common problem that will affect the majority of the population at some point in their elderly years. Luckily, there are a variety of ways to treat arthritis. There are a variety of drugs available, both available by…

Prejudice Can Cause Depression, According to New Study

Prejudice Can Cause Depression, According to New Study

Prejudice and depression have a connection. The stereotypes we hold about others that lead to prejudice are very similar to the thoughts we have about ourselves that can cause depression, says a new study published in the journal of the…

How to Make a Claim Following an Injury in the Workplace

If you have an accident at work, making an injury claim may well be the last thing you feel like thinking about. It is worth bearing in mind that there are literally thousands of workplace accidents each year in the…

A Closer Look at Minerals that Your Body Needs

A Closer Look at Minerals that Your Body Needs

Since childhood, we know that minerals are good for us. They keep our body strong and keep us from getting sick. We know that these elements help regulate our body processes and that they can be acquired from the food…

Tips for Keeping Cholesterol in Check

Tips for Keeping Cholesterol in Check

It’s never too early to start keeping cholesterol in check. A study published in the American College of Cardiology’s medical journal found that people with a natural genetic predisposition to low levels of cholesterol have as high as a fifty-to-sixty…