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  1. Building Momentum is the Key To Fitness Training

    Close the door to your past and do not let your past rob your future. We all know old habits die hard, but that is just some catchy BS and you have the will power to kill those habits and dead them in their tracks. People settle into a groove and then never snap out of it. We seem to feel hopeless after a while and basically give up and embrace our defects rather than patching up our leaks. If you want to look good and be a part of the mass proliferation of people dancing through their lovely lives, you can't be obese, you just can't. The first step to feeling and looking better, is breaking old habits ASAP. Once you got on a roll, it is so much easier to keep moving in the right direction. The toughest part of  having a disciplined fitness routine is getting started. Weekly improvements in your health will make your workouts easier, but the first few weeks will be very tough, there is no denying that. However, they will be by no means, even close to as difficult as it i

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  2. Sarah's Health & Fitness Blog #7

    There are all sorts of things to think about when trying to select the right exercise equipment to use. With the multitude of arguments claiming one workout plan is more effective than the next, individuals such as myself need to determine what specific areas we have to focus on the most. Personally, I have to consider my foot. I have a Morton’s Neuroma in my left foot. It’s a swelling, tumor-like, of a nerve between my second-to-last toe and my middle toe, and when I bend my foot back and forth, it irritates the Neuroma, and causes great pain. If you have one, you know what I mean. It’s like my toes are broken. I have special shoes with special lifts to separate my toes. My shoes don’t bend as easily as other people’s workout shoes, but they still do bend and it’s best to keep my foot flat. I’m finding this is going to make a difference in my choice of fitness equipment. As much as I like the elliptical machines at the gy

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  3. Give Yourself a Gift and Buy an Elliptical

    The best way to get healthy and stay in shape these days is to use an elliptical fitness machine to work your legs, arms, stomach, back and buttocks. Not only are elliptical fitness training machines great tools for staying fit and thin, but equally as important, elliptical crosstrainer fitness equipments are very gentle and easy on your joints too. One of the best parts about working out is the nice, calm and serene feeling that you get when you are done. If you do not want that feeling to be overcome by body aches and pains in your joints, muscles and bones, then make sure you train on an elliptcial trainer instead of a treadmill. There is a ton of literature out there on why ellipticals/crosstrainers are better tools for cardiovascular exercise than treadmills. However, the only thing that should count is whether or not the stride on the elliptical fitness trainer is as comfortable, or more comfortable, than the treadmills you are used to running on. One should always remember that

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  4. Home Gym Equipment for the Winter

    Get your home gyms and treadmills tuned up and ready for the change of weather! Soon it will be cold in most parts of the country and nobody likes exercising outside in cold weather. At least most people that work for the Kings of Cardio, but then again, we get the nice and sunny weather of beautiful Los Angeles, CA. You must not stop running and walking just because it is starting to get dark earlier and colder by the day. The great thing about purchasing home gym equipment is that once you have it, your options remain open, and you can always go back outside once in a while to exercise during winter, but make life easier for yourself and get some home fitness equipment. The most common excuse for not being able to work out and exercise on a daily basis is "Well I just don't have enough time in my day." While for most of us this excuse holds merit, we fail to realize how important daily exercise really is towards our health and overall well being. With that said, you need to carve o

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  5. Exercise for a Cause!

    Trying to stay motivated to work out this summer? Consider exercising for a cause! Look into your local newspaper and online for ad's about marathons, triathalons, and walks that benefit a charity or cause you support. Whether it's a walk for breast cancer, a race for AIDS, or even a march for Diabetes, think of forms of exercise that not only you main gain from, but others as well. If your struggling for inspiration, I guarantee nothing will feel more inspiring than helping a group in need. Not only will you be building killer calf muscles, you'll me drawing awareness to a good cause!

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