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1 Ridiculously Simple Workout Technique For Beginners

Let’s say for some odd reason you have not done any physical exercise in the past year (or longer). Or maybe you’ve started out at a gym, but the weight loss that you’ve been longing for has just not come.   I have a simple workout technique that I will show you today that will

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Don’t Make this Mistake when Beginning a Workout Routine

Sometimes I hate it when beginners tell me they are going work out 6 days per week. Let me explain.   Meet Carla. I met Carla this past January at the gym. Carla was overweight, and not just a little overweight. With about 100 pounds to lose, Carla had a journey ahead of her to

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Non-traditional Books for Hitting your Fitness Goals

The books that have helped me reach my fitness, health, and financial goals. Here’s a dumb question? If you want to lose weight, what kind of book should you read? Maybe you think it’s a book on the best ab-shredding exercises. Maybe it’s a diet book. While diet and exercise books can be very helpful,

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My Hotel Workout

The family and I took a trip to the Seattle area this past weekend to visit family, and rest assured, since it was a mini vacation there would be some indulgence in fish ‘n chips, local micro brews, and chocolate. There would be some working out too.   When it’s a good idea to workout

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How to Keep Working Out Beyond February

Published on January 12, 2015 by in Uncategorized

I’m not going to blab a lot on this post. This one is a cut-to-the-chase how-to tutorial on working out for the long-term. As I write this it is January, and in the fitness industry the synonym for January is “busy.” A lot of people are working out right now, you might be one of

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Indecent Exposure at the Gym

This is a story from my gym going days. I was 18 (maybe 19) at the time and I tell the story as it happened. In it, I get some exposure I am not expecting.   I had a long day at work, which was really a normal day because all of my workdays on

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Did You Know this about Your Core?

Core: It’s not Just for Building Six Pack Abs   Often times people think of core muscles and core exercises as the muscles that make up the torso and the exercises that work this area respectively. While this is true, the core is better defined as the muscles in and around the hips and spine

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Pain and Exercise: Take Time to Rest and Recover

Published on May 16, 2013 by in Fitness

One thing I am (almost) learning as I get older is to STOP working out every now and then. Chronic pain can happen with exercise the same (well, maybe not exactly the same) as it can with inactivity and sedentary living. I was once sidelined from working out for almost a year when I strained

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