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CAN SEX COUNT AS A WORKOUT?
You keep asking yourself, “Does sex qualify as a physical workout or is it just another activity that has nothing to do with fitness? Is sex a great way to shed some extra kilos or is it just another urban legend?”
ARE YOU SICK AND TIRED OF BEING SICK AND TIRED?
The numbers involved in America’s problem with chronic pain are staggering and probably larger than most realize. More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, costing nearly $600 billion annually in medical treatments and lost productivity, according to the Institute of Medicine, which adds that the total surpasses that of all people affected by heart diseas...
WHAT IS YOUR EMOTIONAL TYPE?
To pin down your style of how you relate emotionally, it’s important to know your emotional type. This is the filter through which you see the world, the default setting of your personality to which you revert, especially during stress.
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SHOULD HOT TUBS BE AVOIDED AFTER WORKOUT?
Following a vigorous workout, what could be more rewarding than a luxurious experience in a soothing hot tub? Soaking your exhausted body would be enough to relax your aching muscles, improve blood flow to muscles and joints, help to avoid soreness the next day, wash away stress, and promote an ultimate feeling of wellness.
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8 SIGNS YOU ARE OVERTRAINING
We often read about the great benefits of exercising, and how important it is for our wellbeing and health. But too much of a good thing can also be bad for you.
QUITTING THE FIZZY STUFF
SODA - It’s everywhere! Even if you occasionally attempt to drink something else, you often find it difficult to do as these fizzy beverages are prominently displayed in vending machines, at supermarkets, and nearly all restaurants. It’s a proven fact that today’s youth mostly prefer sodas to water or even fresh juices. If you’re the type of person who often drinks more ...