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A Convo With Fitness Expert Brad Gouthro

Posted on September 29, 2011 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (0)

10 Questions With Brad Gouthro

Author of Awaken The Abs Within – 7 Secrets to Lose Belly Fat

 

               

 

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Q: Tell my readers a little bit about yourself including your fitness and nutrition...

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5 Keys to Obtain Your Ultimate Fitness Physique

Posted on August 18, 2011 at 1:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Dieting can be a tedious, torturous part of your lifestyle, but it certainly does not need to be. It might be as simple as limiting your consumption of “sweets”; or it could be as complicated as measuring out every gram of food you consume and then converting those measurements to calories. The most efficient way to diet and obtain your ultimate physique is by using the following five keys.


Organization

First of all, you need to organize the goal...

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Visualize Your Way to Improved Fitness

Posted on June 15, 2011 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (0)

A positive practice that is definitely worth passing on is visualization. Everyone should use visualization. Envisioning our world within our mind can be irreplaceable to our success. In relation to exercise start with the big aspects first. Think about what you ultimately want to accomplish through exercise then work backwards. From your ultimate, long-term goal, envision the smaller (short term) goals to stay focused. Then, think about what you are going to do today to move closer to those ...

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Fight Allergies - Don't Suppress Your Symptoms!

Posted on May 31, 2011 at 5:25 PM Comments comments (0)

There are all sorts of allergic reactions out there - from peanuts to pups - the most common pollen. With beautiful weather and plants comes pollen in the air and in our airways. While, seasonal allergies are by no means limited to pollen, most allergies seem to have similar reactions. When we encounter an allergic reaction caused by foreign pathogen invaders. our histamine compound triggers an inflammatory response, which often leads to the sore throats and sinus' that we endure.


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Be Outgoing With Your Exercise

Posted on May 13, 2011 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (2)

Do you consider yourself an outgoing person? 


If you do I'm sure you are: 

 

  1. Energetic in social settings
  2. Motivated to meet new friends 
  3. Lead and organize social gatherings with your friends  


The funny thing is all of these also apply to exercise. In fact, the whole idea of being outgoing translates to exercise. No, I don't m...
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Break Your Fast!

Posted on May 6, 2011 at 11:01 PM Comments comments (0)

The importance of eating breakfast is a fairly common piece of knowledge. Still, an alarming number of people neglect this essential meal. Let's breakdown the word: Breakfast. There's BREAK and FAST- what is the purpose of the meal? It is to feed your body- ending the fast that our body has been in while sleeping. If someone sleeps eight hours a night, that is eight hours her body is going without food.  is there another point in a 24 hour day that our body goes without fo...

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Food Associations

Posted on April 30, 2011 at 7:29 PM Comments comments (0)

"Food is the only art form that truly nourishes."


Almost everybody can agree that food is attractive because it tastes good. Yes, it has other attractions like appearance and nourishment , but taste is really what makes us put it in our mouth. If it doesn't taste good it is very unlikely that we will put food in our mouth.


Unfortunately, most of the best tasting foods are also...

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Walking Exercise

Posted on April 25, 2011 at 6:55 PM Comments comments (0)

When was the last time you took a nice long walk? 


Whether you workout regularly or live a sedentary lifestyle, walking is a great activity to take up. Walking is fundamental to exercise and life in general. Think about it... What is the movement you perform most often? 


Walking!

We are always walking here or there or somewhere. 


Walking is a great compliment to regular, more intense exercise. If you have...

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Fit and Fat?

Posted on April 16, 2011 at 10:34 PM Comments comments (0)

Can someone be fat and fit?

This is a question that seems to be coming up a lot lately in the fitness world. First, off I want to clarify that this post is in no way intended to single anyone out or offend them- so I hope it doesn't! With that said, fat is a very subjective term to define- the feds use a measure based on height and weight (Weight(kg)/Height(m) squared) alone to decide if you are underweight, overweight, obese, or extremely ob...

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Clean Drinks

Posted on April 13, 2011 at 5:59 PM Comments comments (0)

It has become common knowledge that “empty” calories are not good- we all know this. The reason these calories get a bad rap is because they essentially have no nutritional value- they are “empty” of nutrients. As many of us know alcohol is put in this class of calories. Big shocker- alcohol is not the best for you! This is especially true in regards to living a healthy, fit lifestyle. With that said even the most hardcore fitness freak enjoys a nice, cold and refreshi...

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