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Why wear a Superhero Fancy Dress Costume

12th April 2011
Exactly who is your favourite super hero? Surely, youngsters and grown ups alike have their own preferences who their favourite super hero is. As a matter of fact, super heroes are part of everyones growing up years and somehow molded what most men and ... Read >
Author: fancydressguy

What is Low Testosterone Levels in Men

20th January 2011
Testosterone may be the main sexual hormone in men, created inside the Leydig cells of the testes. It is also created by the adrenal gland but in trace amounts. The secretion of testosterone undergoes a number of phases during a man's lifetime. At the ons... Read >
Author: BooneGomez

Electrotherapy Equipment

12th August 2010
Electrotherapy equipment is used to direct electrical energy onto a recipient for increased recovery from a physical injury or illness. The benefits of electrotherapy can be seen quite quickly in some patients, particularly when nerve endings and muscle f... Read >
Author: John Smith

Ten Reasons to Become a Massage Therapist

01st April 2010
1. Massage therapists are licensed professionals. Almost all states in the U.S. require massage therapists to be licensed. To become a massage therapist, you must complete a certification or degree program at a massage therapy school and anywhere from... Read >
Author: Wilkinson Smith

Pain between Shoulder Blades Explained

19th February 2010
Often times, people will experience pain and discomfort between the shoulder blades without having any prior injury. This may leave them wondering as to what could be the cause of their pain. Since there are many factors which can produce pain between the... Read >
Author: jabrams

3-Minute Daily Exercise For A Perfect Posture

18th August 2009
Improving the strength of the postural muscles in the back helps bring the body into balance and away from poor posture and potential pain. This is very important for both sedentary and active people especially for those that follow unbalanced exercise pr... Read >
Author: Anthony Chapman

Treating Tendonitis Naturally with Aromatherapy

04th August 2009
Tendonitis is a growing problem among the working masses. A good percentage of the population works with computers giving rise to tendonitis in the wrists. Construction workers have a similar problem in their elbows and shoulders from their physically dem... Read >
Author: moriahherbs

The A-Z Of Learning How to Jump Higher and Increase Your Vertical Leap

06th May 2009
If you undertake any sort of sport, you can enhance your performance by learning how to jump higher. This essay will show you ways and strategies on how to improve your vertical jump. Irrespective of whether you play a sport such as football, baseball, or... Read >
Author: Jason Ryan

Are Abdominal Crunches Necessary To Produce Bodybuilder Level Stomach Muscle Definition?

17th March 2009
Bodybuilders often seek to develop the abdominal muscles, as this particular area helps produce a visibly pleasing physique. In hopes of achieving the most impressive abdominal shape, bodybuilders frequently implement body weight exercises such as crunche... Read >
Author: Francesco Castano

Overtrain Your Body and Burnout Will Sap Your Strength

06th January 2009
It is imperative that hard training is necessary to gain muscle size and strength. However this intense work also has the capability to break you down and make you weaker. What is the dividing line between growth and decline in musculature training? Rest,... Read >
Author: glchandler

Breathe Like Tiger Woods The Secret to A Fluid Golf Swing

01st December 2008
Tiger Woods and other top pro golfers use a specific breathing method to relax their bodies for a fluid golf swing.You can easily do the same thing. But first, let's do a quick test to see where you currently stand.In just a moment, I want you to take a b... Read >
Author: coachstephen777

Why We Are NOT All Created Equally

02nd February 2008
The theory of body types or "Somatypes" categorizes basic unisex human body types: the Endomorph, characterized by an abundance of body fat; the Mesomorph, marked by a well-developed lean, musculature; and the Ectomorph, distinguished by a lack of either ... Read >
Author: Jay Greene
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