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Common Sports Supplements
Common Sports Supplements

In the sport and weight lifting world, there are thousands of different types of supplements on the market, all designed to improve performance.  Of the many types of supplements, there are a few that are becoming very commonly used, even amongst recreational athletes and the general fitness population.    Protein I...

Botanical Herb's in Today's Medicine
Botanical Herb's in Today's Medicine

Herbalism or botanical medicine is the traditional medicinal practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Plants have been used as healing agents since prehistoric times by people all over the world. Botanical herbs are still in use today. Pharmaceutical medications, with their potential for harmful side...

Low Impact Summer Activities
Low Impact Summer Activities

Summer is now here and it's a great time get out of the gym and take advantage of the sunny weather. It's also an easy way to break the boredom that can come from doing the same gym routine all year long. Summer activities can provide enjoyment and entertainment for you and your family while also being good for...

Your Kids don't need plastic surgery to survive obesity
Your Kids don't need plastic surgery to survive obesity

These days, more children in America are obese than ever. The problem has escalated to epidemic proportions, and there doesn't appear to be any end in sight. It comes as no surprise that people are scrambling to find ways to combat this problem, but answers don't come easily. As with any other problem, quick fi...

Five Easy Steps for Climbing over a Weight Loss Plateau
Five Easy Steps for Climbing over a Weight Loss Plateau

Five easy steps for climbing over a weight loss plateau Nothing is more frustrating while on a weight loss journey than plateauing at a particular weight. You can keep pushing your body to the limits in the gym and even cut more calories, but without help you aren't likely to see the results you were hoping f...

Tabata Training
Tabata Training

Tabata training is a form of interval training invented by Izumi Tabata in the 1990's. This specific protocol of interval training involves performing 20 second intervals of all-out intensity, followed by 10 seconds of rest. This cycle is repeated 8 times, making the entire interval workout last only 4 minutes....

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