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Legs Workout (14) – Seated Thigh Abductor Exercise

posted on April 18th, 2012 ·

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It is indeed not easy to work out the outer thighs effectively. When you move your leg straight to the side, your other thigh muscles, abductor muscles, are actually working. Seated Thigh Abductor machine is one option for you to work on these muscles.

Steps:
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8 Practical Tips in Buying Sport Sunglasses

posted on April 12th, 2012 ·

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If you fall into group of people who are often involved in outdoor sports during day time, you may consider wearing a good pair of sunglasses. They protect your eyes from the damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays. Long term exposure to UV rays can damage your eye’s surface and its internal structure, results in cataracts. Cataract is a clouding of the natural lens, the part of the eye responsible for focusing light and producing clear images. It is even more important for people who live at high elevation or near the equator (my country being one) to wear sunglasses whenever out there for long period of time.
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Little Known Health Benefits of Olive Oil

posted on April 7th, 2012 ·

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Recently I was discussing with my friends about what cooking oil is the best.  Some said sunflower oil and corn oil, some said virgin coconut oil and some even said butter and margarine.  Each has its supporter.  None is wrong, depending on hat criteria you classify the oil.  For me, I look at the “good fats” and “bad fats” which are based on its ability to raise or lower the total and LDL (bad) cholesterol.  (For newbie, to find out what exactly is cholesterol, check this out – What Is Cholesterol?)

Here is a simplified version on the explanation of bad and good fats: (more…)

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Do You Have A First Aid Kit At Home?

posted on April 3rd, 2012 ·

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I have most of the items in a typical first aid kit, but they are not stored in a box.  I put them in few drawers.  If I cut myself, I have to dig through those drawers to find the stuff I want.  Then, I realized that it is time to get a proper first aid kit.  I had two choices, either build my own by purchasing the items or buy a ready kit.  Based on my experience, to help you decide, here are the few considerations: (more…)

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What Is Stroke and How To Prevent Stroke?

posted on March 30th, 2012 ·

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I was quite shocked to find out that six new cases of stroke occur every hour in my country. Health Minister said the main reason for the increasing number of stroke cases was that many people are leading an unhealthy lifestyle, including being obese, smoking and failure to control hypertension, high cholesterol level and diabetes. My grandfather and an uncle died because of stroke. I spent few hours reading some articles and here is what I have try to rephrase with layman’s words: (more…)

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Biceps Workout (6) – Standing One Arm Cable Bicep Curl

posted on March 25th, 2012 ·


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I normally do dumbbell bicep curl.  For variation, I will also do cable one arm bicep curl.  Instead of pulling the v bar or short bar using pulley, I prefer single arm at a time.  Doing this method helps ensure correct form. (more…)

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