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Best Exercises for Weight Loss

December 20, 2011 Category :Fitness 0

Everyday, literally hundreds and thousands of people from different walks of life storm fitness and wellness centers. From teenagers to adults, employees to CEOs, laymen to professionals, these individuals slice off an hour or two from a day’s busy schedule just to sweat it out.

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Fitness Boxing

November 21, 2011 Category :Fitness| Healthy Advocacy 0

Ask a random person, “Do you want to try out boxing?”. Nine out of ten times, you’ll get shudders and nays from both genders. That was 20 years ago. Flash forward to the year 2005— the Manny Pacquiao generation — and you get people of all ages and social strata clamouring to try out a sport some people call “the sweet science.” It is argued that Mr. Pacquiao himself has inspired many to try out this intriguing sport. The man himself has legendary workout regimens that in more ways than one will enthuse you into the best mental and physical shape of your life. Others might think it’s silly and violent but one trial workout may be just enough to get you “hooked” (pardon the pun).

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Exercise: A Family Affair

October 22, 2011 Category :Fitness| Healthy Advocacy 0

With your permission, let’s take a trip down memory lane.

Remember those days when as a kid, one of your most awaited instances was when your parents would ask you to go to the park? When you would have that adrenalin rush of excitement and almost automatically, would surrender to your parents’ proposal?

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Precautions in Weightlifting

September 29, 2011 Category :Fitness 0

If you decide to have a go and lift weights without minding the precautions, you may consider yourself defenseless in a world of lurking dangers. Simply put, if you don’t give a hoot about basic weightlifting safety, you’re as vulnerable as a turtle without a shell.

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Diabetes and Exercise

September 17, 2011 Category :Fitness| Healthy Advocacy 0

An important part of maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle, with or without diabetes, is having a regular exercise regimen. Other workouts are more strenuous than some and all vary with what the individual is comfortable doing, and ultimately, what results they’re looking for.

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Beating Down Diabetes

September 15, 2011 Category :Fitness 0

When you first meet Edmundo Ongsiako, you’ll know immediately that this is not a guy to cross.

Standing at 5’10” in height, with log-like biceps, surprising agility and a menacing goatee, the 49-year-old Edmundo is one of four official instructors of Krav Maga, a self-defense method that neutralizes threats by dealing devastating blows to the vital parts.

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Crazy about Krav Maga

September 9, 2011 Category :Fitness 0

Crazy about Krav Maga

In a society where danger lurks at every corner, knowing self-defense could mean the difference between life and death. Here’s the lowdown on Krav Maga, a self-defense method that has taken the country by storm for its practical approach to protection.

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Aerobic, Resistance Training for Type 2 Diabetes

September 5, 2011 Category :Diabetes Research| Fitness 0

Adults with type 2 diabetes who participate in aerobic exercise can experience improvements in HbA1c levels, body composition, and overall fitness.

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Avoid Injuries while Doing Sports

August 11, 2011 Category :Fitness| Healthy Advocacy 0

As we draw close to the twilight of the fun-filled sunny season, it’s a signal to greet that time of the year which brings new life experiences and add another chapter in our lives. Without further ado, let’s welcome school year 2011-2012.

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Ways to a Fit & Fab Body

July 25, 2011 Category :Fitness 0

Wearing that fabulous-looking swimsuit with all that flab showing is surely depressing (not to mention distracting!), but what should actually depress us more is the fad that obesity complicates the management of type 2 diabetes. It increases insulin resistance and blood sugar levels, and it also increases the risk for dyslipidemia, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease.

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