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What You Should Be Eating Post-Workout
Q & A DIETING
WHAT YOU SHOULD BE EATING POST-WORKOUT
Q: I was wondering if there are any recommended foods that I need to eat after my workout. Please advise. - Farah S.
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4 Major Ways to Push Through a Training Plateau
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4 MAJOR WAYS TO PUSH THROUGH A TRAINING PLATEAU
Dear Coach, I really need your advice and assistance! I am in my late thirties and have been exercising consistently for a number of years. I can proudly say that I enjoy a happy and healthy life full of different activities.
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How to Beat the Bloats
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HOW TO BEAT THE BLOATS
Dear Coach, I am in my early thirties and lately I’ve noticed an increasing problem with water retention in my body. I feel bloated all the time! I would rather not take medication to address the issue, and so I was wondering if exercising could help me drain this excess fluid out of my system.
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5 Tips for Reducing Stress the Day of Your Job Interview
DAY TO DAY
5 TIPS FOR REDUCING STRESS THE DAY OF YOUR JOB INTERVIEW
After months of responding to job postings, you finally land an interview. This could be a pivotal moment in your life and career so it’s natural to feel nervous. But there’s no reason to let stress rule the day, says Lisa Quast, author of the book “Secrets of a Hiring Manager Turned Career Coach: A Foolproof Guide to Getting the Job You Want Every Time” (www.careerwoman...
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Should You Lift Weights Fast or Slow?
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SHOULD YOU LIFT WEIGHTS FAST OR SLOW?
Dear Coach, I am 31 years old and fairly new to the gym and exercise scene. Recently, I started a weight lifting program in order to tone my muscles and lose some extra weight. I am witnessing some results, which makes me very happy.
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5 Brain-Health Tips from a Bodybuilding Neurosurgeon
FIT FOR LIFE
5 BRAIN-HEALTH TIPS FROM A BODYBUILDING NEUROSURGEON
As a fitness expert and neurosurgeon, Dr. Brett Osborn says he appreciates the growing public interest in general health and fitness. Now, he says that attention needs to extend to arguably our most essential organ – the brain.
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