How To Lose Fat Without Losing Lots Of Muscle

Posted on: 24 September 2015

If you want to lose weight, then make sure you're not also losing too much muscle. If you diet improperly, then the odds are you will starve your body and not get the results you want. You might end up with the same percentage of body fat as you currently have.  The ideal situation is to follow a routine that will help you shed the fat while keeping some muscle. Here are a few things you should that will prevent you from ending up "
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Two Reasons Why You Think Your Athletic Performance Is Suffering (And Why You Might Be Wrong)

Posted on: 31 August 2015

If a personal trainer is guiding you towards your fitness goals, you know that your weight and your speed can both serve as helpful indicators of your overall progress. When you gain weight or your running times slow, however, you may wonder whether or not your results are reflecting your hard work.  Even though weight gain and slower times can both indicate diminished fitness, this is not always the case. Here is why.
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Interesting, Fun, Light, And Atypical Workouts For Medical Weight Loss

Posted on: 13 August 2015

When a doctor suggests losing weight to prevent heart disease or another medical condition, you might fret over launching a strenuous exercise program. Don't be too concerned about putting yourself through a really tough  boot camp workout. Even light exercise contributes to reliable weight loss and should also boost cardiovascular conditioning quite nicely. Taking part in workouts outside of the traditional aerobic and weightlifting programs could yield surprisingly excellent results.
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4 Tips For A Smooth Recovery From Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 13 July 2015

The shoulder joint provides an incredible range of motion, which allows people to do a number of everyday activities. But when the shoulder is damaged due to arthritis, a sports accident, or other type of trauma, it can lose its ability to function as it should. Luckily, shoulder replacement surgeries, which are performed by an orthopaedic surgeon, can relieve pain and help repair the shoulder. While shoulder replacement surgery is common and typically has a good outcome, there is a recovery period.
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