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Characteristics of Mules

08th January 2009
Since mules are a cross between a donkey and a horse they share characteristics of both. Mules are strong animals that have a lot of endurance hence they can easily carry heavy weights. These animals are used for work on farms and pulling wagons. You can ... Read >
Author: Craig Burns

How Physiotherapists Treat Neck Pain from Cervical Disc Prolapse

18th November 2008
How Physiotherapists Treat Neck Pain from Cervical Disc Prolapse by Jonathan Blood-Smyth A prolapsed disc or injury to the nerve exit foramen in the neck can give very severe neck and arm pain known as cervical radiculopathy. The sixth cervical nerve ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

How to Lose Arm Fat: 8 Exercise Tips to Get Rid of the Loose Flesh in Your Triceps

23rd October 2008
Techniques on how to lose arm fat vary from food planning to exercise to ordinary daily activities. But one thing is for sure, a single technique is not enough. Incorporating a properly planned diet with arm exercises and disciplined daily routines is the... Read >
Author: Dean James

Building Muscle Tips #6 - How Many Times A Week Should I Train ?

25th September 2008
So how many times a week should you train to build muscle? I'm glad you asked. Most people experience over training in the beginning and they're muscles get sore. Sometimes you'll find that you just don't have enough time to train, or you've got an inju... Read >
Author: Westy

Burn Off Your Fat Flabby Thighs - Make Them Slim and Firm

20th August 2008
Fat, jiggly thighs - they're every womans worst nightmare. But they don't have to be. Here are four simple rules to give you slim, firm, eye catching thighs. A few weeks ago I had the rare chance to catch up with one of my 'hottie' female fitness colle... Read >
Author: Joey Atlas

The Many Advantages Of Using Dry Erase Paint

19th February 2008
Dry erase paint is safe and ensures easy usage. Many advantages are ensured while using the dry use paint. It plays a safe role even when the children are around. Paint is absolutely not toxic and extends a powder coating finish. Paint is easily washable ... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu
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