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Through MSN, I’ve discovered an interesting site parade.com A slide that they’ve featured caught my eye because I believe it provides valuable information: 4 Diseases You Can Fight with Fitness by Michael O’Shea. The article mentioned that regular exercise lowers blood pressure and reduce cholesterol. Heart attack can really be a silent killer. Recently I’ve [...]

I have purchased a mini portable exercise pedal which comes with the bare essentials of an exercise bike- with only the bicycle pedals and adjustable nobs to change the resistance. The equipment is very portable- you can just take it up and carry from place to place...put it under your desk or while reading a [...]

For those who like to run in natural routes- jungles, hills, mountains, small villages, Jonathan Wyatt, a 8 times World Mountain Grand Prix champion has to share: 1. Shoes- trail/ off-road shoes instead of running shoes are more suitable for trail running compared to the normal running shoes because on uneven ground, it allows the [...]

In order to sustain the motivation to exercise day after day, the exercise needed to be enjoyable, easy to follow and motivational. If you find that you are not having any motivation to exercise or do not enjoy intense exercise or following too many steps, here's a good exercise you can follow: From YouTube, I [...]

We may have some experiences or injuries that you have sustained from a certain activity that made us give up our favourite exercise or sports. Bad experiences should not be a deterrent to us towards leading a more healthy lifestyle. If fact, once we work on the fear and overcome it, it will not longer [...]

Once during the H1N1 outbreak, a local sports equipment store have gotten very creative- in their advertisement, not only that the offer tips to counter H1N1, but they’ve use this as an opportunity to promote home gyms. In fact, I’ve noticed that the company had really gotten really creative in their advertisements. Gym memberships are [...]

When we are overweight, we would tend to develop knee and lower bsck issues. The more overweight we are, the more pain and discomfort we may feel. It is no wonder that the pain itself becomes a deterrent for us to begin an exercise program.....especially those of more intensive nature. The fitter we are, the [...]

When selecting the place to exercise, which is better:  To exercise in the outdoors/park or in the gym? There are advantages and disadvantages of each depending on your personality type. As part of gym membership, you would usually are entitled for some free classes. For those who enjoy socialising plus the beat and being pushed [...]

The March 2013 edition of Runners World magazine written by editor-in-chief David Willey was inspiring. He had intended to go for a swim that day but ran out of ideas. Eventually he went for a good 21 minute run- he was having a stressed up day and was out of idea to write the Editor's [...]

We often say that we do not have enough time to exercise. But the fact is.....we have the tendency to spend lots of time on unproductive time drainers such as watching TV, videos on YouTube or Netflix, playing video games, attending social gatherings so that we can upload the photos into Facebook......and the list goes [...]




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