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  Who doesn’t wish to have an amazing body, with muscles in the right places and an amazing backside? But going to the gym or even hiring a personal trainer can cause quite a big dent in your budget. However, this does not mean that you can’t workout! The best way to exercise when you are on a low budget is by buying some fitness equipment that you can keep at home. You can make your own gym with some very affordable yet effective equipment and can work out for a healthier lifestyle. You then won't need to go to...

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  If your goal is to build your body to the level of some of the pros, there can be a lot of information to remember along the way. This can make it extremely difficult as you try to recall what you should be doing and when, a process that can be made much simpler with this one little cheat sheet that you can access in a few seconds time. Food When it comes to diet, you want to eat the right proportions and types of protein, carbs, and fat. Here is what you need to know within each category:...

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  As a service-based professional, your level of effectiveness is often determined by the tools you have to use. For instance, if you’re a plumber, you’re probably not going to get very far without a wrench. And if you’re a carpet cleaner, not having a machine is likely going to stop anyone from calling you because you’re going to take too much time. The same is true for wellness professionals. So what types of tools should you be using if this is your chosen industry? Here are four: Heart rate monitor Not only does this device help you assess whether...

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  Being a gymnast requires having a body that is extremely flexible, enabling you to move the different parts of your body in various directions to fully master your routine. This makes performing muscle-loosening exercises critical to doing as well as you can while on the mats or bars. Here are three of the best, most basic flexibility movements you’ll want to add to your fitness regimen if you haven’t already: Pike Stretch This exercise helps stretch the muscles in your back and lower body. To do it, sit on the floor with your legs outstretched fully in front of...

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  Using foam rollers in conjunction with your exercise program offers a lot of advantages. For instance, they can help release muscle tension, improve blood flow, and they even assist with the removal of toxins that have built up in your muscles as a result of working out, which ultimately means a shorter recovery time and less pain. The question is: How do you use them? Fortunately, foam rollers are very easy to use. So, in this article, which is part 1 of 2, we are going to discuss the various ways you can use them to benefit your upper...

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