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7 Steps to Paleo Fitness: Why Exercise Is Not Enough - Most exercise programmes focus on a few specialised areas. But these approaches have one fundamental flaw. Do you know that high levels of activity alone do not cancel out the effects of sitting down for several hours a day? What can we do about this?   Doing Little Often While the benefits of physical activity have long been recognised, the modern environment encourages us to pursue a lifestyle of inactivity. Human... http://ow.ly/2X87uh
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The Action-Reaction Law: How to Deadlift Big and Avoid Injury http://ow.ly/2X2aB2
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A Core Training and Shoulder Rehab Exercise for Athletes - Train your core, shoulders, and grip with this simple yet devastating variation of the hanging leg raise. Andy McKenzie is an expert in bodyweight and core training. This week, he reveals a challenging core exercise that also hits the shoulders. It is a good fit for people in end-stage shoulder rehab, as well as athletes who do a lot of overhead work.   This exercise is a slight variation on the hanging leg rais... http://ow.ly/2WWpcb
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The Truth About Joint Pain From Running (and How to Fix It) - A common myth is that running is bad for your joints because it is high impact and leads to joint wear and tear. A common myth is that running is bad for your joints because it is high impact and leads to joint wear and tear. But if you are experiencing this wear and tear, consider that running is not the culprit.   In truth, your body is simply out of alignment, kind of like a car that needs an alignment. Yo... http://ow.ly/2WUl14
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A Quick 4 Stage Health Assessment for Better Performance - See how you are performing in each of these areas. Fix the weakest links. You will be happily surprised with the results. Typically, when we want to get our weight or health back on track, we develop a plan to optimise our nutrition and make a pledge to start hitting the gym. This is a great start. Sedentary lifestyles and inappropriate food choices definitely play major roles in our obesity and health epidemics... http://ow.ly/2WS4K3
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4 Reasons You're Not Getting Stronger - Getting strong is about more than lifting big weights. You’ve been training for a while. And you’ve made some good gains. But now that you’re getting close to where you want to be, the gains have stopped. Try as you might, nothing seems to add kilos to your lifts. What gives?     read more http://ow.ly/2WP4bO
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The World Is Yours: Making the Most of Your Movement Environment http://ow.ly/2WIDo5
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The Practical, No Equipment Home Workout Anybody Can Do - This workout is perfect for beginners. It will help you gain strength and lose fat. Meet Jimmy: Jimmy is a 32-year-old insurance salesman. He’s been happily married for the past six years and has two beautiful children.    He also weighs 150 kilograms.   read more http://ow.ly/2WHVWF
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How to Design Your Own Perfect HIIT Session - When you plan your HIIT sessions, don't underestimate the importance of rest intervals. Here's what the research says. Back in 1999, research published in Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise spoke about the benefits of high intensity interval training to improve performance. The researchers found that some interval sessions worked better than others. (Click here for more on why a poor choice of work to rest ratios cou... http://ow.ly/2WEjrw
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Let's Talk About Meat: Grill, Roast, and Slow Cook Like a Pro http://ow.ly/2WCU8F
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