Archive | January, 2011

Weight Training for Women: Workouts for Women

Weight training for women is not that much different than weight training for men. The principles of resistance training are the same for both sexes. What would determine the type of resistance program would have to do more with a person’s goals and not necessarily their sex. What I have found though, is that women […]

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Vitamins for Energy: Best Multivitamin For the Money

Whenever I’m feeling a little low on energy I look at a few things in my life. These include sleep, diet, exercise, stress and overall activity level. If all these things seem to be in order than I take a look at what multivitamin I’m taking. I have always believed in taking a multivitamin just […]

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Cognitive Thinking and Balance: Impaired by Sleep Medicine

Adults who take the popular sleep medicine zolpidem better known as Ambien have a much greater risk of nighttime falls and diminished cognitive thinking, according to a new study from the University of Colorado at Boulder. When I came across this study it really concerned me because so many of my clients and friends take […]

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Bodybuilding Supplement That Works: Best Creatine Supplement

With all the bodybuilding and sport supplements on the market for the last 25 years, the only one that really works and does what it says it can do is creatine. I have read numerous studies over the years from the National Strength and Conditioning Association along with many other sources of research that has […]

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Snow Shoveling Tips: Avoid Back and Elbow Pain

There are so many reasons why we should not shovel snow but sometimes you just have to. If you have tennis elbow or a bad back you need to be particularly careful when shoveling snow. I have had tennis elbow over the years and have hurt my back a number of times participating in extreme […]

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