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Shortcut To Slimdown

I answer many e-mails from confused, albeit enthusiastic readers, on how to trim or firm a specific part of the body. Everybody wants those flat abs, tight thighs, and sexy shoulders, but unfortunately, most are terribly misinformed on how to go about getting them.

Lose Fat, Now!

Believe it or not, losing a little or a lot of fat involves pretty much the same concept - consistent dieting coupled with cardiovascular exercise and weight training. This is how the professionals do it, and it works. Many of you may be hesitant to start a weight training program, but the benefits far outweigh any reservations you may have. Weight training enhances your fat loss by increasing your muscle mass and more muscle means more calories burned (faster metabolism).

Too Tired To Lose Weight

What causes you to eat when you’re not feeling hungry? Perhaps you feel tired? Although there are many other causes, this is the one we’ll look at today. It’s a busy time of year and most of us undoubtedly have lots to do. Running around trying to get everything done can often leave us feeling tired or even exhausted. The thought of eating healthily often gets pushed to the back of our minds, because we need to fix a meal which is quick, convenient and fits in with everything else.

6 Steps To A Healthier You

Balance in all things is critical to maintaining health, not only physical health, but emotional and spiritual health as well. In the hectic drive of today's world, many women forget to take care of their most important asset, themselves. In an effort to help woman of all ages learn to take care of and nurture themselves, here are 6 easy ideas you can use to bring balance and harmony into your life.

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Seven Common Myths about Yoga

Although the practice of yoga has become widespread during the last 30 years, there are still quite a few misconceptions about this ancient method of self-transformation. Here is a brief survey of the most common myths about yoga, and a look at what yoga is really all about.

Exercise To Stay Fit And Healthy

Do you ever feel that every day that passes feels longer, you feel more tired and all you want to do is sleep? Your cure could just be something you surely try to avoid, I am talking about exercise. If your eyes almost popped out as you are reading this, don't be scared, exercise doesn't have to be so dreadful, on the contrary! The more you exercise, the healthier you become and it can even be fun.

Keeping Fit Includes Exercises For The Brain

When most people think of exercise, they envision working out to keep their bodies physically fit and healthy. But the brain – so important to living a full life -- also needs an ongoing exercise regimen to stay agile and alert as we grow older.

Scientists used to believe that people were basically stuck with the brain they were born with – and that individuals naturally began to lose cognitive function as they aged. This old thinking allowed people to accept memory loss as inevitable and believe that nothing could be done about it.

Lose Fat, Now!

Believe it or not, losing a little or a lot of fat involves pretty much the same concept - consistent dieting coupled with cardiovascular exercise and weight training. This is how the professionals do it, and it works. Many of you may be hesitant to start a weight training program, but the benefits far outweigh any reservations you may have. Weight training enhances your fat loss by increasing your muscle mass and more muscle means more calories burned (faster metabolism).

Older Women Who Exercise Live Longer

Women of all ages often question the benefits of strength training. A lot of research has proven the vast physiological and psychological benefits that this type of exercise has for you.

However, many older women do not believe they can perform this sort of exercise and quite honestly, think of every excuse not to.

Don't you think that it would be great if you were capable of doing the many leisure time activities you want to throughout your entire life?

Here's a summary for you of some research on this topic:

Warning! Lack Of Exercise Could Be Harmful To Your Health

You know it's bad when the Surgeon General issues a warning that lack of exercise is hazardous to your health. And that was back in '96. Since then, the stats haven't improved much, either: 25% of the American population is still sedentary and 60% do not exercise regularly (Reference: http://www.cdc.gov).

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