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How to Keep Fit While Pursuing Your Career Goals

posted on September 28th, 2011 ·




Mun’s Note:  This guest post is contributed by Zul

Some people keep themselves fit due to professional requirements. For athletes, military combat personnel, models, fitness trainers and dancers, keeping their fitness at maximum level is obligatory as a prerequisite to stimulate peak performances.

If this important requirement can’t be adhered to, Jilian Michaels will say goodbye to her multi-million The Biggest Loser ambassadorship and Usain Bolt can retire from the athletics arena. (more…)

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Why Should You Eat the Juicy Watermelon?

posted on September 24th, 2011 ·


When I was small, I like having cold juicy watermelon for dessert.  Now, when I am older, not only because of its taste, watermelon health benefits have got me “addicted” to it.

Here are few reasons you should eat watermelon too:


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4 Simple Diet Tips For Weight Loss

posted on September 20th, 2011 ·


1) How To Make a Diet Plan Successful?
Too often we heard people fail to stick to their diet plans. So, how can we ensure ours will give us the result we want. In fact, why do most diet plans fail?
Most diet plans fail because people are asked to change too much and too fast. They are asked to change something fundamental in the way that they relate to food and meal preparation. A new diet will often require people to eat foods they do not like or new to them, take a supplement, or prepare their meals differently from the common way they do it. (more…)

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How To Build Body Like Matt Damon

posted on September 16th, 2011 ·


Matt Damon is Hollywood A list actors, appearing in many popular movies including Good Will Hunting, Saving Private Ryan, The Talented Mr Ripley, Ocean’s 11, 12 and 13, The Bourne trilogy, and The Departed. Looking at his physique, Matt is definitely no stranger to the gym. He has transformed from a skinny looking guy to a guy with great shape. He has been maintaining it pretty well, except the time he shot for The Informant, which he purposely gained weight with flabby belly for the role.

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How To Build Body Like The Rock or Dwayne Johnson

posted on September 12th, 2011 ·


Dwayne Johnson, or The Rock, is one of my favorite wrestlers.  In fact, to certain extent, I joined a gym because of him.  At one point of time, my friends and I just liked using the quote “Do You Know What The Rock Is Cooking?”

Standing at 6 feet tall, Dwayne Johnson was the defensive tackle at the University of Miami before getting involved in WWE.  He was injured and could no longer turn into professional.  He then tried his luck in wrestling world.  When he made the first appearance with WWE in year 1996, he was about 280 lbs, which he inherited from his college football player days

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How To Build Body Like Brad Pitt

posted on September 8th, 2011 ·


It was the movie Interview with the Vampire which I knew Brad Pitt, but it was the movie Fight Club (in year 1999) which I started paying attention to his workout. Having Jennifer Aniston and later Angelina Jolie as life partner certainly put him in limelight for the past decade.

Brad Pitt was naturally thin when he started his career.

Fight Club is the movie which really put Brad Pitt as one of the most wanted male actors’ body. Not only recognized by female fans, but also by many men who envy his appearance. (more…)

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