Making Weightloss Affordable

May 5, 2012

This is a guest post by Lisa. Contrary to popular belief, losing weight does not have to be expensive. There are many ways things that people can do to lose weight without putting a hole in their pockets. Saving money also eliminates the need to apply for one of the best cards for bad credit. […]


Proper Posture Pays Off

May 5, 2012
Proper Posture

This is a guest post by Jenny Ellis. You probably heard it a million times growing up from your mom, “Stand up straight! Your shoulders are hunched over! You’re going to turn into the Hunchback of Notre Dame if you don’t start paying more attention to your posture!”… At least I did. I never really […]

Walking: An Inexpensive Path To Health and Wellness

April 23, 2012

This is a guest post by Nina Bernice. When looking for a physical activity to do for fitness, it’s important to consider how much of an effect it will have on your overall health and if you will most likely be able to continue doing it for most of your life. Additionally, you’ll want to […]

How Bad Is Sitting?

April 15, 2012

This is a guest post by Maire. Did you know that sitting for 11 or more hours a day makes you 40 percent more likely to die within the next three years? If that is not enough to scare you out of your desk and onto the walking path over your next lunch break, then […]

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What is ZMA?

April 14, 2012

This is a guest post by Sally. zma, which stands for Zinc monomethionine asparte and Magnesium Asparte is a health supplement which is most commonly used by athletes and bodybuilders as it is considered to improve the strength of the muscles and overall body strength. The ZMA supplement, the trademark of which is owned by […]

The best exercise to help you build muscles

April 6, 2012

This is a guest post by Sally. Lots of people want to know how to build muscle, muscle definition and weight, but the simple fact is that there is no one single solution to achieving these aims which will apply exactly to everyone. Essentially the process will be one involving a combination of physical exercise, […]

Some Tips to Lose Weight for the Working Class

April 1, 2012
Working Class

This is a guest post by Penny Cooper. Extra hours, extra work, extra money- this is the mantra of the working class today. But add one more “extra” to the series – extra pounds! Yes, with most of the day being spent on work, fitness takes a back seat. Pressure, irregular eating habits and no […]

How to Avoid Running Injuries

March 31, 2012
Avoid Running Injuries

This is a guest post by Brandon Serna. Running injuries are common for both beginning and expert runners; something many runners don’t know is that most injuries can be easily prevented. Many problems occur because of muscle exhaustion, poor form or overuse. You can avoid injury by simply listening to your body and taking certain […]

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What Can Interval Training Do For You?

March 17, 2012
interval training

This is a guest post by Rose McLellan. During my years of interest in fitness, I’ve not found many ideas that generate quite the same divisive opinion as interval training. For those unsure as to what this is all about, interval training is simply a case of alternating between periods (usually a minute or so) […]

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