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How to Reduce Pregnancy Stretch Marks - Simple yet Amazing Techniques

06th May 2010
As women progresses towards the trimesters of pregnancy, the developing fetus exerts enormous pressure on the tummy resulting in the stretching of the skin. This extensive stretching of the elastic adipose tissue can be seen on belly, thighs and buttocks ... Read >
Author: Ryan Mutt

Waist Cinchers - How Can Waist Cinchers Help You

29th April 2010
This is the time where you need to think over some important facts and choose the right product such as Waist Cinchers to make you look just the way you want. A lot has been going on in the market about the weight loss, from various supplements to differe... Read >
Author: smith jones

Grow Taller Using Plyometrics Training

29th April 2010
Plyometrics training can be explained as a selection of exercises that stretches the muscles of the human body like a rubber band, then contracts them quickly. This type of workout is employed by Olympic competitors so as to add power along with speed to ... Read >
Author: Charmaine Cuddihy

Can be Creatine Monohydrate Adverse reactions for Real and Can We Reduce Them?

10th April 2010
In the whole world of resistance training and health and fitness, a simple belief continues to be held authentic: "Creatine Forms Muscle mass". The advantages of taking creatine health supplements to enhance strength building are well documented. Creatine... Read >
Author: Mike Mass

Hamstring Tendonitis - How To Avoid it

25th March 2010
Hamstring Tendonitis involves an aching soreness in 1 or both legs, within the location above the knee, the biceps and usually on the back from the upper legs. This form of tendonitis, the inflammation from the tendons that connect the body's muscles to t... Read >
Author: Rusty Mcmillan

Who's at Risk for Hamstring Tendonitis?

23rd February 2010
Hamstring Tendonitis involves an aching pain in one or both legs, in the area above the knee, the biceps and often on the back of the upper legs. This form of tendonitis, the inflammation of the tendons that connect the body's muscles to the bone, is most... Read >
Author: Donald Munoz

How Safe is the Flab Jab? : Lipostabil

06th July 2009
A relatively new fat loss treatment nicknamed 'flab jab' is being endorsed by physicians as an effective and non-invasive alternative to liposuction operation. This non-surgical cosmetic treatment, also called Lipo dissolve, engages a series of simple fat... Read >
Author: vishaldwivedi

Eat Your Way to Get Six Pack Abs

12th August 2008
A common reason why people give their six pack abs training is because of the diet. In any other form of bodybuilding, one's diet and food intake is restricted and controlled. This is fairly easy for people who are used to diets and work outs. But this is... Read >
Author: Melvin Ng

The Benefits of Bike Spinning

14th July 2008
Participants who are involved in the program monitor their progress with their heart rates, usually through a heart monitor attached to the bike or taken manually. For those who are new, they often size up their level of exertion on a relative perceived e... Read >
Author: Patrik Ewriter

Pros and Cons of Steppers

27th March 2008
Condition if used correctly, stepper machines provide a good workout for your legs and glut muscles, as well as a low impact cardiovascular workout for your heart and lungs. One of the biggest mistakes that most people make when using a stepper machine is... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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