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Tag Archives: Fitness

5 Tips To Improve Your Life Quality

Being healthy means different things to different people, to some it means being able to run for miles without having to stop, for others it means beating a disease or illness for others it’s simply feeling happy about themselves. No matter how you define being healthy here’s some tips everyone can enjoy. Skin If beauty… Continue Reading

A Guide to Gym Etiquette

It’s that time of the year again: the time when we all look in the mirror, remember when we got out of breath running for the bus last week and promise ourselves that this is the year we get fit. If you’re hitting the gym, there are some basic etiquette rules that you should be… Continue Reading

Fitness and Nutrition Tips from Dancers

In popular TV shows and music videos, hip-hop and b-boy dancers can be seen popping, locking, flipping and grooving. In theater, there are ballet dancers who do arabesques, lifts and plies. There are also jazz dancers who do splits and leaps. Their hectic routines require strength, athleticism, flexibility and cardio-respiratory endurance, which are all the… Continue Reading

The Best and Worst Celebrities Who Endorse Weight Loss Plans

Would a celebrity endorsement entice you to try out a particular weight loss program? For many of the most popular companies, they’re banking on the fact it would. Sales numbers and statistics show that having a well-known celebrity behind a product leads to bigger numbers. After all, when you see a celebrity claiming success with… Continue Reading

Products That Will Not Help You To Lose Weight

OK, it is almost 2012, and this means only one thing – millions of people will be searching Google for ways to lose weight and many of these people will unfortunately come across websites that offer the most dubious services imaginable. So today I shall briefly outline some of the worst ways to try to… Continue Reading

Great New Year’s Resolutions (And How You’ll Break Them)

The beginning of a new year promises many things and prompts many of us to change our habits. Or does it? I’m sure many have been through enough New Years Days to know that once you’re back with your nose to grindstone a couple of days later, things don’t really feel that different. Here is… Continue Reading

Combating the Christmas Calories

A traditional diet outage, the festive season is notoriously linked with good food, sweet treats and dining out. Families gather to swap stories over hot plates, and present hunters roam Christmas markets teaming with mulled wine and imported German sausage. Even coffee shops add calories to their drinks, with extra helpings of whipped cream and… Continue Reading