Health&Fitness Talk

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Reaching Your Goal Physique Part 1 – Loosing Fat
by James Cant, IFBB Pro There are many aspects to getting in shape and looking your best, but one of the most important things I have found to remember is that achieving your goal physique will take time. Whether you want to lose 15 pounds of fat or stack... Read more
Working Out Before Work For Women
Ladies, lets take a look at your average day: your alarm goes off and you hit the snooze button a few times, then take a two minute shower to make up for sleeping in. You skip breakfast because you’re late and try to put on your makeup in the... Read more
How To Fix Muscle Imbalances
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer After exercising for a while, you might have noticed that one of your arms, chest pecs, legs, or that even one of your traps is bigger than the other. You also may have noticed that one of the others is stronger than the other.... Read more
V-Shape – The Perfect Body Shape
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer What makes this body shape the best is not just because the letter V is one of the coolest letters in the alphabet, but because it is truly the best muscle structure that you could ever have. It is the body shape that many... Read more
Take Your Training To The Next Level – A 5K Run
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer Have you ever thought about taking your running to another level? How about a new challenge experience like running a 5K? When you think about it in digits with the word miles followed after them, it may seem like something difficult to do, but... Read more
A Caution For Kettlebell Workouts
by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer How well informed are you with what may be right and not for you when taking part in a workout routine especially that one of which you are new to but are very interested in participating in? You may be very tempted to using... Read more
How To Live Longer & Live Better Senior Years
by Kimberly Allen, RN One thing that is not a national secret is the fact that as a society we are getting older.  In fact today there are more “old” people living in the world then at any other time in human history.  During  the reign of the Roman... Read more
Osteochondritis Dissecans
by Kimberly Allen, RN Osteochondritis dissecans or OCD is a relatively rare condition that affects the joints.  Though OCD can affect people at any age, it is most commonly diagnosed in young athletes. And just as in other conditions that are sports related, it has always been more common... Read more
Osgood-Schlatter Disease
by Kimberly Allen, RN Though it is one of the most commonly diagnosed diseases causing knee pain in teens Osgood-Schlatter disease is not actually a disease.  It’s actually a type of overuse injury. In Osgood-Schlatter disease or OSD adolescents, especially those that are active in sports, near the beginning... Read more
Health Benefits of Pets

Health Benefits of Pets

Health November 20, 2013

by Keila Chaliotis, Staff Writer Having pets at home is considered a good preventive medical practice.  Taking care of your pets is a good way to promote health and prolong more life years.  If you develop some affection for your pet, the better your health might get.  I mention... Read more