Ready For A Healthy Lifestyle? What To Do

30 October 2017
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If you know that the way you are living your life isn't healthy, and you know that you need to change your ways, you don't want to keep putting off making a change. There are a lot of different things that you can start doing right away, instead of putting off, so you can make the changes that you want to see. Here are some ideas that you can look into right away to see a fast change, and so you can set goals: Read More 

Move More, Eat Less: Just HOW To Move More Is The Gym Question

5 August 2017
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The experts always tell you that if you want to lose weight, you move more and eat less. Most people then join a gym with the idea that this gets them to move more. Unfortunately, just going to a gym and picking movements at random is not the right way to move more. Here is how to move more so that when you eat less, the pounds will come off. Heart Rate Up Read More 

3 Exercise Options To Get You Up And Off Of Your Fitness Plateau

4 April 2017
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Fitness addicts are aware of the dreaded exercise plateau—despite regular exercise, your body no longer performs as well as it did initially. The plateau occurs as an abrupt halt to progress in weight loss or muscle gain, and working hard without seeing progress can make you feel discouraged. The good news is that plateaus are just the result of your body's impressive ability to adjust to change and stress. To trick your body into becoming efficient once more, try a completely different exercise routine. Read More 

Fell On Your Shoulder & Can’t Lift Your Arm? You May Have A Rotator Cuff Tear!

27 March 2017
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If you fell backwards and landed on your shoulder and haven't been able to lift your arm since, you may have a rotator cuff tear. The pain can be excruciating, of course, but the most annoying thing about a rotator cuff tear is that you are physically unable to lift your arm. Every part of everyday life becomes difficult, if not impossible . . . including sleeping. While many injuries do heal over time and can be ignored, a rotator cuff tear cannot and should not be ignored. Read More