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100 Rep Giant Set Training

30th April 2010
Nutrition and training expert John Parrillo is an innovator who has been on the cutting edge of bodybuilding for more than two decades. His ideas go against conventional wisdom and have been hailed as revolutionary by some and dismissed by others. Some pe... Read >
Author: Mike Westerdal

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

Five Benefits of Dead Sea Mud

07th April 2010
The 'Dead Sea' is a salty closed sea in the south of the Jordan Valley which divides the lands of Jordan and Israel. This is the lowest spot on earth (398 metres below sea level) and also the world's saltiest water with saline levels in the range of 28% t... Read >
Author: Brian King

HIIT Cardio on the Elliptical to Burn Extra Fat

17th February 2010
After years of spending up to an hour of my time working out on the elliptical, I got bored. Then I uncovered a way to finish my cardio workouts on the elliptical by as much as 15 times quicker. I also uncovered that I could burn body fat for a much longe... Read >
Author: iairv

Recognizing the Effects of Overtraining

02nd February 2010
As everyone knows, exercise is good for you. It helps to keep your weight down, helps to keep you toned up, and helps to make you feel good. So then, if getting a little exercise is good for you, then it must be better to get even more and if getting more... Read >
Author: Dane Pearson

Can You Read 20,000 Words a Minute

05th November 2009
It may seem absolutely incredible to read an entire book in only a few minutes,but guess what-It is possible! The awesome power of speed reading makes it not only possible,but,if you really work at it...inevitable. It has much to do with technique. ... Read >
Author: Kenneth Eden

Bodybuilding Workout Routines - How to Get Totally Ripped Naturally Without Supplements

30th October 2009
Bodybuilding Workout Routines Did you know there is a way to inflation muscle mass quickly, without the use of steep supplements? You can really put on a larger number of muscle, with less time in the gym, if you understand the science of body building... Read >
Author: Grow Taller Advisor

Types of CRM software and their benefits

07th October 2009
Ecommerce is the leveling ground for profit and growth irrespective of your scale of operation and industry. It helps you to transcend the barriers of geographical location and time zones and have a global reach. However, the nature of ecommerce is someho... Read >
Author: Antje Wilmer

Interior strobe light

06th October 2009
Strobe light is also known as stroboscopic lamp. They are used to produce a high visibility or regular flashes of light. Though strobe light came in existence in the year 1930 but interior strobe light came to home and discotheques in 1960s. Initially, th... Read >
Author: caryfank

Insanity Workout: What is MAX Interval Training?

27th August 2009
Shaun T, who is famous for the workout program Hip Hop Abs, has released another program through Beachbody called Insanity. The Insanity workout is totally different from the Hip Hop Abs workout and is being labeled as the hardest workout program ever put... Read >
Author: SurferBodyFitness

Reducing Cumulative Trauma Disorders: Easy, Fast and Cost Effective

18th August 2009
Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTDs) are defined as disorders or diseases of the neuromusculoskeletal system due to chronic, or accumulative micro trauma. The neuromusculokeletal system is designed to tolerate work and physical stress. However, when the phy... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Recovering from Hard Disk Click of Death

11th August 2009
In computing, Click Of Death or COD is the condition when you start receiving unusual clicking sounds from storage media like hard disk drive. If you observe COD with a hard disk, it primarily indicates read/write head failure. Since read/write heads floa... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Combine Kettlebell Training And Tabata Training Out of This World Fitness

10th August 2009
Kettlebell training and Tabata training in the same workout? Each on it's own are an incredible workout. Get ready to take your workouts to a new level. A total body workout for gaining lean muscle, lose that excess body fat and take your cardio condition... Read >
Author: Jag252

Blue light therapy: The safe alternative

09th July 2009
Acne is a well known skin problem that most of the people reading this article have faced in their lives at some point in time and in some form or other with respect to intensity. Well known treatments include many western and eastern medicines as well as... Read >
Author: Allen Anderson

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
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