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Get rid of cankles

02nd December 2009
Do you have cankles and wish to shed them once and for all? If you are undecided what cankles actually are, they seem to be a mix of 2 words, "ankle" and "calf". The word "calf" makes reference to the calf muscle, which is found on the lumbar region side ... Read >
Author: Wayne Melissa

How to Shorten High Heels

21st November 2009
We all know that high heels are bad for our feet, ankles, knees, posture... The list goes on! But that doesn't seem to stop us from wearing them. Pain may equal beauty in the short term, but at what price? Unfortunately many of the most elegant dress s... Read >
Author: jane baron

Fat on Ankles -- Simple Things You Can Do to Reduce Fat Ankles

02nd November 2009
You can get rid of fat on ankles by following some simple steps. Below are some simple steps and changes that you can do to have a big impact on the look and appearance of your ankles. Cutting down on sugar Sugar intake is a major contribution to an... Read >
Author: VinceO

Why Are My Legs So Tired, Is It Varicose Veins?

30th October 2009
Do your legs tire easily? Do they ache? Is it varicose veins? What is it?Do you feel leg pain when sitting or standing for long periods?I see this condition all the time at the Utah Vein Treatment Center.Varicose veins (sometimes misspelled "vericose vein... Read >
Author: Peter Jensen

Learn To Get Rid of Fat Knees and Ankles, 5 Helpful Tips

16th October 2009
If it wasn't bad enough having an excess of fat in your midsection, you may also have fat knees and ankles. People accumulate fat in different ways. Some people gather it on their arms, while others tend accumulate it on their legs. But no matter where it... Read >
Author: William Onedge

Biggest Loser Boot Camp Training Program Inappropriate for Big or Obese People

09th October 2009
The Biggest Loser's boot camp training program or high impact workout is inappropriate for big or obese people. The boot camp training is used for training soldiers. It can result in personal harm for the people who are big, unhealthy and unfit.The boot c... Read >
Author: Yvonne B. Jackson

What Tap Dancers Should Consider When Buying a Portable Tap Floor, Board, or Mat

11th September 2009
For those tap dancers serious about their profession, a portable tap floor, board, or mat is a critical part of the equipment that enables them to perfect their technique. Owning a portable practice floor gives tap dancers the chance to practice their mov... Read >
Author: Terence

How to reduce accidents with safety footwear

29th August 2009
Facts and figures Industry figures are startling. They show that UK businesses lose more than two million working days each year because of incidents related to feet and ankles. The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) also reports that trips and slips cause ... Read >
Author: eddieb

How To Do More Pushups

18th August 2009
5 Secrets to Doing More Pushups When I started training Paul, he was struggling with 5 pushups. He wasn't overweight, but he just didn't have the upper body strength and endurance to crank out more pushups. But in weeks, following these five simple ste... Read >
Author: David Done

Coolest Nike Dunks

07th August 2009
Fashion is a way of life. Everyone wants to look good in whatever they are wearing. Nike dunks are a fashion phenomenon not only among sports fans but among all people who appreciate good fashion. Nike has once again made a mark in the world of sports sho... Read >
Author: Paboda Kaluwa

What is foot orthotics and how do they work?

17th July 2009
This article sheds more light on the term "foot orthotics" - what they are, how they work, the different types of orthotics available and which common complaints can be treated with orthotics. What does the term "orthotic" denote? The word orthotic... Read >
Author: painfreewalking

Gout and its Cure

16th July 2009
Gouts are an inflammation of joints caused by excess uric acid in the blood stream. Gouts basically happen when our diet is not nutritious, we are stressed out and do not get enough amount of sleep. Gouts can be a problem in ages 30 to 50 years old, parti... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

How To Understand Overpronation and Knee Pain If You Have Flat Feet

10th July 2009
Overpronation is inward roll of the foot while standing, walking, running or dancing. Allowing the foot to roll inwards causes noticeable internal rotation of the lower leg and knee and can influence the body's posture. This can result in extra strain on ... Read >
Author: Dianne M. Buxton

Flat Feet Versus Fallen Arches

09th July 2009
Q: What is the difference between flat feet and fallen arches? A: Though some people use flat feet and fallen arches interchangeably, they can and should be distinguished. Medically speaking, a person with flat feet has no arches at all. The soles of t... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Youth Cheerleading Stunts, Cheers, Jumps and Drills You Can Practice Alone

04th July 2009
Want to work on your tumbling skills away from the gym? Trying to get your toe touches up there? There are lots of things you can do at home to improve your cheerleading. Just make sure you always start with good stretches, for at least five to ten minute... Read >
Author: markmgr
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