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FITNESS TIPS FOR HALLOWEEN (Part 2) : Get Fit Friday #6

Categories: VIDEO | December 22nd, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | 25 comments

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PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO on YouTube, Twitter & Facebook Please FAVORITE too! Thanks STEW CREW! FITNESS TIPS FOR HALLOWEEN (Part 2) : Get Fit Friday #6 GETTING CHUNKED IN NEW MEDIA STEW: A GET FIT FRIDAY segment featuring part 2 of the Halloween Fitness Tips video I did in Washington DC…plus STEW CREW Shout Out & STEW CREW Star Of The Show! GET A NEW MEDIA STEW SHIRT! JohnBasedow.ViralPrints.com http FIND ME HERE: Official Website: JohnBasedow.net IMDb IMDb.me Order DVDs & Books: FitnessMadeSimple.com Fitness & Vlog Channel YouTube.com Twitter: Twitter.com Tumblr: JohnBasedow.Tumblr.com Google Plus gplus.to Facebook: Facebook.com DailyBooth: DailyBooth.com PLAYLISTS! MOTIVATIONAL: bit.ly CELEBRITY NEWS: bit.ly WTF REPORTS: bit.ly MOVIE REVIEWS: bit.ly FITNESS, HEALTH & WELLNESS: bit.ly & bit.ly ASK JB: bit.ly ASK JOHN & GRACE: bit.ly Special Appearances By: Grace Helbig (aka DailyGrace): YouTube.com Justine Ezarik (aka iJustine): YouTube.com Jessica Lizama (aka ExoticJess): YouTube.com Special Thanks to: Martin Arvebro (YouTube.com – Fit Tip Intro Patrick Owen (YouTube.com – Background Tracks To download the NEW MEDIA STEW theme song for FREE click: bit.ly EXTRA TAGS: FITNESS TIPS FOR HALLOWEEN Fitness “lose weight” “Halloween candy” daily grace helbig “sexy witch” pumpkin witch “fitness tips” “get fit Friday” “fit tips” candy “natural foods” “lose weight fast” exercise “fitness made simple” “John Basedow” “Grace Helbig” ijustine “Justine Ezarik” exoticjess health healthy

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Happiest Woman in America – Health Tips [11-02-2011]

Categories: VIDEO | November 12th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | no comments

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A woman (/ˈwʊmən/), pl: women (/ˈwɪmɨn/) is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent. However, the term woman is also sometimes used to identify a female human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as ‘Women’s rights’. The Old English wifman meant ‘female human’ (werman meant ‘male human’. Man or mann had a gender neutral meaning of ‘human’, corresponding to Modern English ‘one’ or ‘someone’. However in around 1000AD ‘man’ started to be used more to refer to ‘male human’, and in the late 1200s began to inevitably displace and eradicate the original word ‘werman’). The medial labial consonants coalesced to create the modern form ‘woman’; the initial element, which meant ‘female,’ underwent semantic narrowing to the sense of a married woman (‘wife’). Visit MeTee.com The place for publishing and printing t-shirts & always free shipping. Become a channel sponsor for 30 days for /day meseed.com Have any ad you want play in each video (any one video can go viral with tens-of-thousands of hits) Or donate to keep this channel going: meseed.com Thank you for your generosity – Subscribe for Breaking News. Like/Dislike, Comment, Favorite and share on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ to get the word out on this video. Put this video on your channel with a more interesting title (never know if this channel will get taken down): www.keepvid.com Archive video with keepvid. Signup for

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WEIGHT LOSS & FITNESS TIPS FOR THE HOLIDAYS : Get Fit Friday #3

Categories: VIDEO | October 15th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | 11 comments

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PLEASE SHARE THIS VIDEO on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr. Please FAVORITE too! Thanks STEW CREW! HOLIDAY WEIGHT LOSS & FITNESS TIPS : Get Fit Friday #3 GETTING CHUNKED IN NEW MEDIA STEW: A GET FIT FRIDAY segment chock full of tips on how to stay fit, eat healthy and avoid holiday…

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

Categories: VIDEO | June 19th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | 26 comments

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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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Vitamin C 101 (Health Guru Tip)

Categories: VIDEO | May 29th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | 5 comments

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You’ve certainly heard of Vitamin C, but do you know why you need so much of it? VITAMIN C CURES CANCER? – news.healthguru.com

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Treating Severe Acne (Sex Health Guru Beauty Tip)

Categories: VIDEO | March 16th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | 14 comments

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You don’t have to live with severe acne. Check out these treatments that can help! Get MORE sex appeal! Check out these tips – CLICK HERE: www.sexhealthguru.com

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Empowered Health News | Seven Tips Men’s Health and Safety

Categories: VIDEO | January 28th, 2011 | by HART 1-800-HART | one comments

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www.empowereddoctor.com The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have some useful men’s health tips for the summer months. Practice Water Safety – In 2004, men accounted for 78% of accidental drowning deaths. Learn how to swim, and never swim alone. Also, don’t mix alcohol and boating. Story is produced and provided by Empowered Medical Media, LLC Visit www.EmpoweredDoctor.com to see the full story And if you are looking for a doctor check out our local doctor directory at www.empowereddoctor.com

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Daily versus Extended Wear Contact Lenses

Categories: VISION | August 21st, 2008 | by HART 1-800-HART | no comments

One of the biggest advancements in contact lens technology has been the development of the extended wear lens. Extended wear contact lenses can be left in place around the clock for seven days (and longer depending on the type of material used) before needing to be removed. Prior to that, only daily wear contact lenses were available.

The key difference between daily wear and extended wear contact lenses is the flow of oxygen. Extended wear lenses can transfer oxygen from the air through the contact lenses and onto the cornea so that it can breathe. When the cornea doesn’t get an adequate supply of oxygen, it is susceptible to a number of different eye problems including giant papillary conjunctivitis and corneal edema.

Extended Wear Contact Lenses

Extended wear contact lenses are perfect for busy people because they require minimal maintenance. They’re also a good choice for individuals who work odd hours and double shifts such as doctors and firefighters. Extended wear disposable lenses are the most convenient because they’re simply thrown away after they’re removed.

The first extended wear lenses were not designed to be thrown away. Wearers reinserted the same pair after removing them for routine cleaning and disinfecting. Because it was not possible to completely cleanse and disinfect these lenses, infections and irritations were common. Infections, although more rare, are still a risk and those who choose extended wear lenses are advised to get frequent eye examinations.

Even though they’re convenient, these lenses are not right for everyone. Some are uncomfortable with the idea of leaving their contacts in while sleeping. They think (incorrectly) that they might become lost inside the eye and such thoughts can cause anxiety. For others, the eyes just aren’t able to get enough oxygen, and they need to switch to daily lenses.

Daily Wear Contact Lenses

Daily wear soft lenses have always been the most popular of the contact lens types. They’re soft and comfortable, cause minimal eye problems and they’re easy to get used to. Because they are made mostly of water, they adhere well and float freely on the surface of the eyes.

They’re perfect for those involved in sports and hobbies where wearing eyeglasses can become a safety issue. They’re made from a more durable plastic than disposable daily wear lenses so they’re not as likely to tear from handling. And since these lenses don’t need to be replaced until they either become damaged or the wearer’s prescription changes, they can be the most cost effective of the various types of lenses.

The downside of daily wear soft contact lenses is that they do require routine maintenance. They need to be thoroughly cleaned and rinsed before they’re stored otherwise protein will begin building up. Although daily cleaning takes only minutes, it’s an easy step to skip because to the naked eye, the contacts don’t appear ‘dirty’. Disposable daily wear lenses are practically maintenance-free and are a better choice if the wearer is not disciplined enough to follow a regular contact lens cleaning schedule. They’re still removed daily, but they’re disposed after a few weeks.

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