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Entries from October 2009

5 Ways To Cut Down Calories Without Feeling Hungry After The Meal

October 31st, 2009 · 6 Comments

Most people make major changes to their diet when they want to slim down. After cutting down much carbohydrates and fat, they feel hungry. So, won’t it be nice if we can feel satisfied with a small meal which has less fat? Here are some of the tips I have compiled from people who have […]

Tags: Weight Loss

Why Do You Need A Personal Trainer?

October 28th, 2009 · 3 Comments

When a student needs help in his academic work, he seeks help from tutor; when you want to learn swimming, you get an instructor to assist you. When you need help in your exercise program in gym, who will you look for? Personal trainer. In this post, I will share with some of the reasons […]

Tags: Other Fitness/Sports Articles

Biceps Workout (4) – Seated Barbell Preacher Curl

October 25th, 2009 · No Comments

Preacher Curl is another great biceps workout to build strength and mass. A bit of history about Preacher Cur – Larry Scott, the first Mr Olympia (1965 & 66) is credited for coming out with preacher curl. So, this workout is also known as Scott Curl. Back then, not many people have 20 inches arms. […]

Tags: Biceps

How To Firm Up Your Butt With Negative Heel Technology?

October 22nd, 2009 · 6 Comments

Ladies, want to tone your butt by wearing a special shoes? Earth Shoes may be the the answer. According to the company, by making the toes are 3.7 degrees higher than the heels, Earth Shoes are designed to shift your weight back to the most weight-bearing part of the foot (the heel pad).

Tags: Fitness Gadget/Equipment

Will You Drink Pepsi Raw Just Because It Has Natural Ingredient?

October 19th, 2009 · 4 Comments

Pepsi UK has stepped up in soda war with its new drink – Pepsi Raw after Coca-Cola launched Diet Coke Plus in 2007. According to the company, it has dropped artificial preservatives or sweeteners. Original Pepsi has fructose corn syrup, sugar, artificial colorings, phosphoric acid, caffeine, citric acid and natural flavors. Instead, this so called […]

Tags: Nutrition

Why Should You Measure Your Waistline and How To Do It Correctly?

October 16th, 2009 · 12 Comments

Many people, including medical community, focus mainly on weight and more recently on body mass index (BMI) to assess health condition. However, BMI does not account people like athletes or bodybuilders with greater muscle mass. That is why waist-to-hip ratio is more reliable. However, let’s not talk about waist-to-hip ratio this time and just look […]

Tags: Health