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Pack Wisely: 8 Secrets to Packing For Your Cruise

08th June 2012
Packing for a travel has always been stressful. Some many things to pack yet the airline/cruise ship only allows a certain maximum weight. We’ve narrowed down 8 tips for you to remember when packing for a cruise. Tip 1: Pack hand carry with essentials ... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Top Bodybuilding Tips To Grow Your Muscles Fast

27th March 2012
Gorgeous, rippling muscles - who doesn't want to look great on the beach? It's when you go beyond that to a body which appears like a Greek god that you really need to learn as much as you can about how to work-out safely and correctly. This article provi... Read >
Author: harrytan

Review Of The Boreas By Marmot Tent

27th May 2011
Camping out in the heat in the middle of summer can be a problem unless you are equipped with a tent like the Boreas by Marmot 3 Person model that is ultralight and ultracool .The Boreas By Marmot 3 person tent is a tent that will keep you cool while the ... Read >
Author: Darrell Workman

Use Chalk, Get a Better Grip

09th September 2010
If you are a beginner in sports like weightlifting, gymnastics or you have just started exercising at a gym, you might like to know why it is important to use quality chalk powder or chalk balls in your sport or gym. Read on to know more about it One o... Read >
Author: Jeremy Brooks

Salter Bathroom Scales - Are They Worth The Money?

08th June 2010
Whether you are on a weight loss plan or exercise program, or just wanting to keep a healthy weight, a good bathroom weight scale can help you to keep track. Some people will say that a nicely constructed and precise bathroom scale is the very best ally t... Read >
Author: Joe Arthur

Complex Training, the Way to Achieve Maximum Strength

19th April 2010
The general rule when trying to gain strength is to lift heavy with more sets and less reps. It is considered that how much force one can apply against an object determines how strong that person is. There is an key element to building maximum strength t... Read >
Author: kocabshawn

A review on the Carl Lewis MOTP12 Motorised treadmill

02nd February 2010
The Carl Lewis MOTP12 motorised incline treadmill has a number of features usually only seen in models of higher value. With a top speed of 16 kilometers per hour, this treadmill is a viable option for moderate running to get into shape, burn body fat and... Read >
Author: David Harman

Exercise Routine - Static Contraction Training For Muscle Growth

28th June 2009
The static contraction training system was originally developed by Pete Sisco and John Little. Their book titled "Static Contraction Training" was first published in 1998, and has become one of the better sellers. Pete Sisco has since gone on to develop a... Read >
Author: Muscle Man

The 5 X 5 Training Program

04th March 2009
Sometimes, we all get in a rut or hit a plateau and are looking for a routine to shake things up and kick-start the gains. And often, when this happens, guys start looking for the newest "hot" routine they see in a magazine. But more often than not, the a... Read >
Author: Mike Westerdal

Gross Weight? Tare Weight? Wait! Which Weight?

06th May 2008
Gross Weight A basic tenet of shipping is that freight is rated on its gross weight. Gross weight is simply the weight of the product and its packaging. For example, the glass vase, packing peanuts, carton, sealing tape and label combine to make the gr... Read >
Author: Your Shipping Advisor
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