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Monthly Archives: July 2009

  1. Stay Hydrated!

    Well it is the end of July and in Los Angeles it feels like Summer is just starting. It has just started to hit the 90's every day and people are at the beaches in bunches. People of all ages swimming, running, surfing, playing volleyball, tennis, Football, soccer and every other sport that can be played outside. No matter which cardiovascular exercise you take part in, make sure that you consistently replenish yourself with lots of liquids, primarily water.  Drink water before you fee thirsty and don't wait until your mouth is dry. It is also good to exercise inside when it is this hot outdoors. Exercising indoors on a treadmill or an elliptical is much better than taking on the heat on the hottest of summer days.

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  2. Another Day Another Dollar - But Did You Work Out for An Hour?

    People sometimes forget the strong correlation that ties together how well we perform at work with how much exercise we do on a daily basis. It has been said that due to the fact exercising releases stress, professionals are much calmer at work after they exercise and therefore work more deliberately without rushing.  Next time you have a really bad day at work, try to exercise for at least a half an hour the next morning before work and see if that next day goes better for you as a result of exercising before hand. The great thing about getting into the groove of working out before or after work every day is that you convince yourself that you must exercise in order to perform your best. As a result, you will turn into someone who actually cares about their health and will look forward to getting better everyday. Always remember, every day you either get better or you get worse. There is no in-between.  Are you determined to get fit? We sure hope so, your hea

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  3. The Best Way to Workout Abdominal Muscles

    I've recently began a stomach workout which has been showing great results within 2 1/2 weeks. It takes me about 20 minutes a day and combined with a little cardio keeps me on the road to meeting my fitness goals. People tend to overlook their abdominal muscles and just go for the easy stuff like legs, biceps, chest, back and all of the exercises where you can just sit there and use your arms, or just your legs. Doing sit-ups feels very difficult because you are using your entire body at once. Myself included, we just do not do enough work on our stomachs. Why? I have no idea. You would think that the main thing everybody does when they workout would be focused around their belly because after all, that is the determination world-wide as to whether or not somebody is in shape. But instead of people going to the gym and doing crunches all day, they do one 1,000,000 reps of bicep curls, or bench press. Stomach crunches are totally forgotten. Even ab-equipment is almost non-exi

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