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Leg Exercises For Toned Sexy Legs

17th June 2010
Are you interested in easy, but greatly effective, leg toning exercises that you can do anywhere, anytime - without having to deal with the hassles of 'going to the gym'?There are a wide variety of exercises that work to tone the leg muscles, and they are... Read >
Author: James Ross

Basic information on wakeboarding

07th June 2010
The sport of wakeboarding can be considered a amalgamation of water skiing, snowboarding, and surfing. Wakeboarders attempt to remain on the surface of the water as they stand on a buoyantboard. It may seem that wakeboarding just entered the limelight, bu... Read >
Author: Shannon Maguire

Facial Exercises Are Greatly Beneficial

21st May 2010
Our skin can really lose its elasticity as time passes by. Our once beautiful and flawless skin now turns to hideous stretching, sagging, fading, and wrinkling. Then we will just look at ourselves in front of the mirror deeming how can possibly this kind ... Read >
Author: Jen Hopkins

Are Skechers Shape Ups a Healthy Choice?

20th May 2010
If you are looking for footwear that is extremely healthy, yet comfortable and stylish, then you should consider taking a look at Skechers Shape Ups. Skechers is a well known maker of walking shoes that have been involved with the fitness industry for sev... Read >
Author: JanetWestmore

Footstools and why every home should have one.

07th May 2010
Footstools are basically low stools for the feet, constructed out of wood and rigid foam that are large enough to rest and relax legs and feet. Some foot stools are designed with small feet or legs that keep feet in a low position relative to sitting. The... Read >
Author: Funky Footstools

Surgery Femoro-Popliteal Bypass,Cost Fem-Pop Bypass Surgery

22nd April 2010
General Surgery Femoro-Popliteal Bypass India offers information on Femoro-Popliteal Bypass in India, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass cost India, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass hospital in India, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad & Bangalore, Femoro-Popliteal Bypass Su... Read >
Author: We Care Health Services

Best Shoes To Wear During Pregnancy

11th March 2010
There is not doubt that while women go through the pregnancy stages, one of the distressing things they have to deal with is a painful lower back, leg muscles, and sore feet. And when it gets toward the end of the pregnancy this becomes even more clear an... Read >
Author: bsmithfield72

Increase Your Vertical Leap And Dunk A Basketball

08th February 2010
If you want to dunk a basketball and you are shorter than 5 foot 7 than you need a professional training system that can help you overcome your height problem. It is very common for a 5'7 basketball player to dunk, all you need is the right leg muscles an... Read >
Author: Dustin Hugh

Extreme Weightless Circuit Training Leg Workout

08th January 2010
Hi everyone and welcome to the extreme weightless circuit training leg workout that can be done literally anywhere! I know a lot of you out there think that the only way to build muscle and strength in your legs is by doing lifts with hundred of pounds bu... Read >
Author: Frank Marconi

Varicose Veins on Leg and Thigh, Remedies to Cure It

04th January 2010
Varicose veins are veins that have become enlarged and tortuous. The term usually refers to the veins on the leg, although varicose veins can occur elsewhere. Veins have leaflet valves to prevent blood from smooth backwards (retrograde). Leg muscles pump ... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Is The Circulation Booster A Scam or A Helpful Product To Get Rid Of Cankles With?

24th November 2009
The Circulation Booster is not a scam but it does mirror the same type of product that the Flex Belt offers. Sending electrical impulses into the leg muscles to cause the leg muscles to flex and then relax. This is suppose to increase blood flow, which it... Read >
Author: VinceO

5'5" Basketball Player Uses These Techniques to Learn How to Dunk a Basketball

02nd November 2009
Anyone who knows anything about basketball knows the difference in the players. As basketball fans we tend to categorize the players by whether or not they can dunk. Let's face it, watching a player dunk a basketball is exciting. For some it's the amazeme... Read >
Author: scottsmith24

The Dancing Doberman Disease Syndrome

11th August 2009
Dancing Doberman disease (DDD or Distal Polyneuropathy) - also known as Dancing Doberman Syndrome - is a disease only seen in Doberman dogs, primarily affects their gastrocnemius muscle. A simple description of DDD is one of a progressive disease, usually... Read >
Author: hannah

Soccer Practices Uses Too Much Repetition

05th August 2009
Why Do Soccer Practices Use So Much Repetition? Repetition during practice is crucial in soccer, as it is in many sports. Most soccer drills are repeated at least ten times, and often twenty or more, before a new drill is introduced. All of these drill... Read >
Author: Charles Tilt

Pointe Shoes: A Revolution in Ballet

05th July 2009
Few fans of ballet appreciate the fact that the French Revolution was as much a turning point for modern dance as it was for history. From this point forward, ballet dancers abandoned heeled shoes and heavy costumes in favor of lighter, flat-soled slipper... Read >
Author: treakeric
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