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    We are all aware that exercise is key to a great physique. But did you know that it may also improve your sex life, trigger a better night’s sleep, and help you stop puffing on that cigarette? According to exercise physiologist Fabio Comana of the American Council, “Obviously, exercise helps with weight loss, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, [while] reducing risk for such things as osteoporosis and diabetes.” He also mentions that, “Those are the mainstream benefits, but ...


  • Fitness Motivation Is The Buzz Word - But How Do You Get Motivated To Exercise?

    Fitness motivation. It’s so hard. For most of us. We know how beneficial and important exercise is, yet few of us commit to exercise regularly. Or even if we commit to exercise, we drop out barely 6 months into the program....... What’s the problem? The buzz word - motivation. We don’t have the motivation to exercise. Period. Why? Experts say there are 3 types of factors that affect our motivation. Let’s cruise through them one by one. 1. Your Personal ...


  • How to Get Those Sexy Legs You Always Wanted

    Getting your legs into shape can be a long and grueling experience. All of my girlfriends want to have those perfect fine toned legs that just go on and on forever and for a fact guys seem to love nice legs too. Of course you could go to the gym and use all of the machines that they have for you to use and work out your leg muscles but there has to be a simpler way to get your ...


  • Pilates...All About It!

    The Pilates Method (or simply Pilates), is a physical fitness system developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates. As of 2005 there are 11 million people who practice the discipline regularly and 14,000 instructors in the United States. Pilates called his method Contrology, because he believed his method uses the mind to control the muscles. The program focuses on the core postural muscles which help keep the body balanced and which are essential to providing support for the ...