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Weight Loss, Fitness Motivation & Your Subconscious Pictures

The second component of Burris MIND/FITNESS is your subconscious pictures. I will explain how to replace your negative subconscious images into positive images through the practice of controlled visualization. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, visualizing is the fourth most frequently used form of alternative healing. You are now about to learn how […]

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Combat Breakfast Boredom with this Mix and Match Food Guide

April 23, 2015 | Fitnovatives Blog Everyone can benefit from eating breakfast. From weight loss and muscle repair to improved mood and focus, a morning meal benefits your body. When you sleep, your metabolism slows down. Rather than go through the day with a sluggish metabolism, jump-start it with breakfast. Information from the […]

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Pre- and Post-workout Nutrition for Strength Training

Gone are the days when strength training was just about elite body builders bulking up with killer iron and boringly strict meal plans. With the growing body of research backing up the importance of strength training for everything from weight loss to bone density to longevity, it has gone mainstream and is considered […]

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Successful Weight Loss In Five Easy Steps

If you happen to be among the millions of people who are weight impaired, you may have already considered, or even tried many alternatives for losing weight, and you may still be seeking That one magic “remedy”. Sadly, there are no magic remedies, diet pills, or supplements for losing weight. It takes desire, persistence, and […]

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Meditation Yoga Center

By dr jack Send feed back to. dr jack More details about about meditation yoga center Meditation is definitely one of the main principles of yoga, as it has been verified that it is a trustworthy tool to use for achieving mental clarity and health. A very important thing to know is the fact that […]

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Strength Training for the Cardio Fan

Some of your clients love to run. They probably know they should do some strength training, but they think it’s boring. They’ve convinced themselves that strength training will be tedious, so it is guaranteed to be. But it doesn’t have to be. Here’s a great quote from Younger Next Year, written by Chris […]

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Restoring IL-17 may treat skin infections related to chronic alcohol consumption

Alcoholism takes a toll on every aspect of a person’s life, including skin problems. Now, a new research report appearing in the April 2015 issue of the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, helps explain why this happens and what might be done to address it. In the report, researchers used mice show how chronic alcohol intake […]

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Niacin For Heart Health And Cholesterol

My friend Joe is one of those clever people. He works hard, has a lot of hobbies, a beautiful family, is resourceful and has a positive attitude. Joe had high cholesterol but brought his cholesterol down from 240 to 180. His secret? Here is his “recipe” for bringing his cholesterol down: Cholesterol Lowering Program (courtesy […]

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Train This, Not That: The Leg Edition

The best way to get long shapely legs is to do at least 75 reps in the abductor/adductor machine followed by 75 more reps in the leg extension machine, right? Wrong! Although not necessarily lethal, some of these machines should be avoided to reduce the risk of injury. Plus, there are simply better–and safer–options. […]

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Complex Training: Strength and Conditioning Workout for Athletes

March 26, 2015 | Fitnovatives Blog Up until about 40 years ago, most athletes were told to avoid resistance training because the misperception was that strength training would actually reduce their athletic performance. Of course, we now know that a proper strength and conditioning program is essential for athletes who want to reduce their […]

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