Bulking and Cutting Tips

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Healthy Hair Tips

October 30, 2011 by  
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Check out this video to learn about ways to keep your hair looking healthy- and some products that will help! More on my hair color: beautybroadcast.blogspot.com BLOG: beautybroadcast.blogspot.com TWITTER twitter.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com

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Scott York Fitness Tip – Tight Upper Back Solution

October 14, 2011 by  
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Subscribe for more! youtube.com Tweet me! twitter.com If you exercise for any length of period, you’re eventually going to get tight knotted up muscles. I get them from time to time in my upper back area. Here’s a useful tip to help overcome knotted up muscles using a tennis ball. Scott York has been in the fitness industry for nearly 30 years. Scott has been certified by NASM, ISSA and others as a personal fitness trainer. Scott is married and has 3 young children so he knows how tough it is to stay in shape when you’re responsible for others as well as yourself. This youtube channel is designed to help you get in shape and lead a healthy lifestyle whether you are a beginner or and advanced fitness enthusiast looking to pick up new tips. Topics covered at this channel include: exercise, rehab, mindset, fitness challenges, nutrition, healthy snacks for kids, and much more. Please subscribe to get the latest tips! Thanks 🙂

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3 shocking six pack abs tips

July 8, 2011 by  
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Click here to get abs: bit.ly Do you want to know how to get a six pack? Do you want to know what the best “six pack diet” is? Are you looking to find the best six pack abs exercises, and six pack abs workouts? If you are then, great! You’re watching the right video 🙂 In this one, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest KEYS to getting six pack abs. We tell you: — The biggest WORKOUT HABIT that you need to get six pack abs. It’s surprisingly simple, but it’s THE most important factor in whether or not you’re going to get a six pack — The biggest six pack abs DIET factor in your success. Hint: it’s not what you think! — How to ensure you eat healthy for an entire WEEK (it just takes 90 minutes and you are GUARANTEED to stay on track!) — How to get a six pack by making this one small “mental shift.” Many guys don’t realize the importance your mindset has on getting a six pack. But once you make this one small but CRITICAL mental adjustment, you’ll get your six pack abs much faster and easier. And if you want to get serious about getting a ripped body and six pack abs, I recommend using “Afterburn Training.” Afterburn Training is my patented style of training that combines heavy, compound lifts with high intensity cardio. I made a free video giving the scientific proof for why Afterburn Training gets you abs faster than any other way, and showing you exactly how you can use it in your workout. Check it out here: bit.ly

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Shoulder exercise:Fitness Tips and exercises…Gym and home workout…Wiz Fitness Wednesdays

July 7, 2011 by  
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Leg exercise for women/men: Fitness Tips and exercises…Gym/home workout…Wiz Fitness Wednesdays

July 6, 2011 by  
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twitter.com thetastelevel.blogspot.com www.facebook.com The fourth episode of the infamous Wiz Fitness Wednesday is here. Todays episode teaches the lovely ladies how to get amazing legs and a nice toned bum. It also teaches the males how to get thick strong chunky legs!! How can you miss such an amazing episode? I know i couldn’t

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Six Pack Abs — 3 Quick Tips For Getting Abs

June 20, 2011 by  
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Free ab training tips: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com In this video, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest mistakes that men make when trying to get six pack abs. These mistakes are VERY common — over 95% percent of men who try to get a six pack make them. And this is why most men who try and get a six pack fail. If you want to get six pack abs, you first have to stop making these three mistakes. Then you’ll start seeing more ab definition. We also discuss the effects of direct abdominal exercises, cardio for six pack abs, and the effects of not seeking help to get your six pack abs. For more free tips on how to get a ripped body and six pack abs: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com

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Great Crunch Sit Ups Workout Exercise Routine for Flat Abs Washboard Stomach Weights

June 19, 2011 by  
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Hi, in this video I show you how to do my ab routine for achieving a flat toned stomach and a strong core. My featured tip uses weights in order to expedite achieving strong abdominal muscles in less time while using traditional crunches. You don’t have to spend enormous amounts of time doing situp routines if you use proper form and concentrate on using your abdominal muscles properly. Please give it a try. You will see results! Remember good form is the key and so is consistency. I never leave the gym without doing my ab work. A strong core will help your back as well if you suffer from back problems. Be careful when adding weights to your routine if you have any type of neck or back injury. You don’t want to make it worse. Start with light weights if you are new to using weights. I hope this video was helpful! I welcome any comments you might have! Please remember to Subscribe!!! There’s more to come! To purchase a YouTips4U Custom Designed T-Shirt, please click here: cgi.ebay.com For more helpful tips, please visit me at: my blogspot at: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com

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Ab exercise:Fitness Tips and exercises…Gym and home workout…Wiz Fitness Wednesdays

June 15, 2011 by  
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Flat Abs Washboard Stomach Exercises, Planks, Proper Sit Ups Form & Special Tip

March 15, 2011 by  
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This video is about how to achieve a flat washboard stomach, a strong core, and defined abdominal muscles. We all know it takes hard work through diet and exercise, including sit ups, but I want to share with you another special tip that I have practiced all my life. It will most definitely work for you as well if you make it part of your life. I hope you enjoy my tip! Your comments and ratings are very much welcome and please remember to subscribe!!!! Thank you for tuning in……. For more helpful tips, please visit me at my blogspot at: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com To purchase a YouTips4U Custom Designed T-Shirt, please click here cgi.ebay.com

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Multiple Sclerosis Drug Combined with Lipitor May Stop or Reverse Disease – Dosages Cut in Half with Fewer Negative Side Effects

March 22, 2006 by  
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March 16th 2006

Combining treatments may improve outcomes for patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), according to research done on mice and published online by the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Scott S. Zamvil and colleagues at the University of California, San Francisco found that mice treated with a combination of Glatiramer acetate (GA) and atorvastatin (Lipitor) demonstrated “a significant prevention and reversal of clinical MS severity” of MS symptoms.

Lipitor is a cholesterol lowering drug that has previously been shown to improve MS symptoms. Glatiramer acetate (Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.’s Copaxone) is a drug currently approved for MS treatment. The researchers found that treating MS with combinations of immune modulating drugs can greatly reduce MS disease.

According to the researchers, treating EAE (experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis) mice with the combination therapy caused the animals to lose less myelin, prevented CNS inflammation, and MS disease incidence.

The researchers then treated isolated inflammatory cells called macrophages with these drugs and found that the combination therapy mediated its effects by promoting the secretion of the anti-inflammatory molecule IL-10 and suppressed production of the proinflammatory molecules IL-12 and TNF-alpha.

The researchers believe that the combined delivery of drugs, which act through different mechanisms, may enhance the therapeutic efficacy of MS and reduce the negative side effects. Also the drug dosages were less than the dosages used in regular single drug treatments.

Copaxone has been shown to be 30 to 35 percent effective alone. According to Bloomberg News, all MS drugs have to be injected, and have “severe side effects”. None of the MS drugs are very potent.

Lipitor on the other hand can be taken orally and is considered relatively safe. Lipitor, the best selling drug in the world, appears to block production of immune system agents, called cytokines, involved in the disease process. Currently the University of California, San Francisco is looking for 152 patients at 14 hospitals to participate in clinical trials. These trials will investigate the effect Lipitor alone has on MS. Contact the office of Scott Zamvil, associate professor of neurology at University of California, San Francisco, for more information.

There are 400,000 MS sufferers in the US. The illness causes neurological symptoms that include loss of motor control, blindness and temporary recurring paralysis. The condition occur when the body’s natural defenses are over stimulated and begin stripping the protective insulation, called myelin, from nerve fibers in the central nervous system, which includes the brain, optic nerves and spinal cord.

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