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Cardio and Leg Training

by Jessica B. October 30th, 2014
Cardio There is no shortage of exercises you can do to help tone up your legs and improve your leg strength while building your cardio, but it can be tricky to find a type of cardio exercise that won’t also risk causing repetitive injuries and overuse injuries if you don’t follow a proper training regimen. Here are a few exercises you can switch between to help prevent overuse injuries. Remember to wear proper foot wear at all times, so that you protect your legs as much as possible.

1) Plyo – Tony Horton calls Plyometrics the mother of all p90X workouts
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My Holistic Cold and Flu Survival Kit

by Kimberly Hays October 29th, 2014
Fitness Expert

Few of us make it through the fall and winter months without cold or flu symptoms. Following are the tried and true natural remedies that we use in our home for treatment the minute we feel symptoms coming on. Most of these remedies are powerful anti-inflammatories that will help to heal and soothe.

Honey Turmeric Paste – Use for sore throats and excess mucus. Mix equal parts turmeric and raw honey into a paste. At the first sign of a cold, take a teaspoon full every hour for the first few hours until symptoms begin to subside. The

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Bulking And Cutting: Diet Plan For Building Muscle…

by Marnie Bii October 28th, 2014
Make the most of your lifting program by following a diet that alters your body composition. By occasionally changing the way you eat, you can either build huge muscles or cut back on the pounds. During the muscle-building phase, you'll want to follow the bulking diet to feed your body the nutrients it needs to grow strong. The cutting phase sloughs off the padding to reveal firmly toned muscles beneath your fat layers. Read on to learn more about these two diet phases.

Bulking Phase     

You can choose to follow a natural, whole foods diet or complete a dirty bulk, depending
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Martial Arts Leg Strength

by Joe Lawrence October 27th, 2014
Strength Training
I have always been a fan of building useful muscle. Being in the military, I have worked with many young studs that have muscles on top of muscles. However, these guys are not always the best workers as their strength is not always practical. For example, changing a component on an aircraft engine that weighs 50 pounds and requires some dexterity. I would choose one of these muscle heads
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The individual who says it is not possible should move out of the way of those doing it.

Tricia Cunningham

All health and fitness information is provided for educational purposes. Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.