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21. Great Ways to Work in Fitness
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Keeping fit is a goal for most women, but with kids, work, chores and a ton of other responsibilities, few of us have time to focus on getting (or staying) trim and healthy. A busy, on the go lifestyle sounds like it would be a good way to stay fit; the problem is that many women add a lot of unhealthy habits into their hectic schedule and don't make the most of their exercise opportunities. While hitting the gym after... Read More

22. Use It, Don't Abuse It
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When using the equipment at the gym, make sure you've properly adjusted it to fit your height and shape. This reduces your risk of injury and makes the exercise more effective. From the stair climber to the rowing machine, each and every machine has a specific function. In order to get the most out of your workout, it's imperative that you use the equipment in the proper fashion. If you're unsure of the proper way to use the individual... Read More

23. Morning Moves: Need Motivation?
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Not many of us would describe ourselves as "morning people." But there are those out there who don't require copious amounts of coffee to start the day and those who don't need to hit the snooze button until they make themselves late. However, if you count yourself among the night owls and non-morning people of the world, you still can motivate yourself to complete morning workouts instead of having to take time later in the day... Read More

24. Choosing Flattering Fitness Wear
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Want to know a great fitness secret that doesn't have to cost a fortune and will hardly make you break a sweat? Choose flattering fitness wear that makes you feel good about the way you look! It seems so simple, but it's true. If you look good and feel comfortable in your work-out clothes, you're way more likely to put it on and head out to the gym, where you can work on your health and fitness goals. {relatedarticles} The... Read More

25. Is Dieting Stressful?
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Of course trying to lose weight can be stressful, especially if you place unrealistic demands on yourself. Stop beating yourself up and learn how to manage the stress that inevitably comes from following a diet and fitness program. {relatedarticles} Constant stress can even be a culprit in derailing your diet efforts by creating the hormone cortisol, which affects your metabolism, cravings for sugary comfort foods... Read More

26. This Workout Is Tutu Good
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Ballet has come a long way since the days of boring barre routines, drill-sergeant teachers and recitals. It's worth revisiting those moves you might've done at the dance studio so many years ago. Ballet is enjoying a renaissance among those who admire and desire the long, lean lines and tight muscles of a dancer's body. Ballet's benefits go beyond the aesthetic, however. It's a great way to improve posture, balance and flexibility.... Read More

27. Doubles Anyone? Tackle Tennis
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It doesn't matter if you're up for singles or doubles, you'll love the health benefits that come along with a game of tennis. Tennis not only improves your quality of life, but it also helps you live longer, just like many other physical activities. Physical activity increases lifespan, reduces the risk of heart disease, prevents high blood pressure and reduces the risk of cancer. Research indicates that a 135-pound woman who plays... Read More

28. Take a Hike for Health
[DIET&FITNESS]
The changing fall foliage makes this time of year perfect to get out into the great outdoors for a hike. It's a great way to exercise with friends, or just go out alone and enjoy nature. It's a more appealing way to get in a workout than plodding along on the treadmill or running down a busy city street - and hiking definitely is a workout. {relatedarticles}Even if you go as slow as 2 miles per hour, a 150-pound person can still... Read More

29. Workout Clothes: What Not To Wear
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Choosing the proper fitness attire is important for both comfort and safety. Whether you prefer loose t-shirts and shorts or tighter tees and spandex, make sure it feels good to you and that it's appropriate for the activity you are doing. The most important thing to remember when dressing for fitness is comfort. {relatedarticles}From head to toe, dressing to protect your body from overheating and the elements is integral to your... Read More

30. Losing in Intervals: A Fool-Proof Plan
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Integrate interval training into your workout. Interval training is a regimen that uses both low-intensity and high-intensity movements. The key is to vary intensity levels throughout the workout -- performing intense spurts mixed with periods of rest. Interval training improves cardiovascular health, boosts metabolism, increases stamina and more. It also helps you stick with your exercise program by alleviating boredom -- trudging along... Read More


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