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Aug 12th, 2015

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Category: Back Pain
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Post Baby – Stronger, Faster, Better

*I am thankful for the way my body is bouncing back post-baby. But the thing is, it takes some work…..before, during and after pregnancy. My story involves a fractured back, whiplash injury from 2 car accident and later on a brain operation. I have had to learn the hard way what is good and not […]

Mar 13th, 2015

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Weightloss Rules that Works tips from 101 Fitness

Food and Exercise – Get your thinking and your actions on the right track otherwise these will hinder rather than help you lose weight.   Fat loss happens when you ditch the scale, start to exercises effectively and when you see food as fuel instead of something to feed your emotions or occupy your time. […]

Oct 13th, 2014

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Why you need a faster Metabolism

Research has shown that whether you are on a low-calorie diet, a high-calorie diet or diet-and-exercise plan makes no difference to your metabolism. The deciding factor is your lean muscle mass or the amount of muscle you have in relation to your body weight.   Your metabolic rate is directly responsible for the amount of […]

Sep 10th, 2014

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Count your Steps, Not Calories for overall fitness

10,000 steps a day is the goal! We’ve all hear this a thousand times . . . but why? In 2004 the Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) looked at 60,000 workers in 55 countries who aimed to walk 10,000 steps every day for eight months.  At the end of the challenge, 67% of participants reported an […]

Sep 8th, 2014

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Category: Melissa's Columnist - Articles
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Is training to often making you fat?

“Am I training enough?” – I often get asked this and the simple answer is that usually those (both men and women) who take their fitness seriously, often actually over-train. This leads to reduced results which people then try to compensate for by training even more. It can turn into a vicious cycle. If you […]

Aug 12th, 2014

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Category: Blog
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3 Myths about exercising

George Burns (who lived to be 100) used to say, “If I knew I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself”.  An active lifestyle is more important than ever as we age! Why? Regular exercise can help boost energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness or […]

Jun 9th, 2014

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Why women don’t bulk up when weight training!

–          By Melissa Smit   For women the main concern in lifting heavy weights is the fear of developing big bulging muscles. A bulging physique looks great on a guy, but for ourselves we want to see a slim and well-toned physic (and it is no secret what men like to see).   Luckily there […]

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