Fitness – Ultimate Body Sculpting Workout

November 15, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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For my flat-abs guide, visit: www.TrainWithNiki.com My body sculpting workout is a Pilates routine that targets your abs, inner thighs, hamstrings, biceps, chest, and hips. It is the ultimate multi-tasking workout that you can easily do at home with just a Pilates ball. Try this workout out at home the next time you want a total body makeover without all the intensity. Let me know what you thought about this workout in the comments below! 🙂

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Beauty Tips in Urdu Skin Care Tips in urdu – Beauty Tips Pakistani Women in Urdu.

October 8, 2011 by  
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www.earncashspace.com How To apply makeup to Indian, Pakistani, Brown and beautiful skin. Watch this amazing tutorial Celebrity Makeup Artist, Eve Pearl. And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and comment! Thanks for watching. sorry for the audio… Products Used Priming Moisturizer – HD Dual Foundation – HD Dual Pressed Powder – Dual Salmon Concealer & Treatment Smudgeproof Liquid Liner – Diva Eye Palette – Au Natural Palette – Blackout Eye Pencil – Spicy Cheeks Blush – Amaretto Lip Color – Caramel Lip Pencil – Moonlight Kisses/ Stardust KOP Lip Gloss – Glamour Lash Mascara – Brushes: 101 Foundation () 102 Concealer () 104 Liner () 105 Crease () 106 Definer () 107 Mixer Blender () 108 Eye Shadow () 109 Brow/Spoolie () 110 Fan/Blush () 112 Blush Angled () 114 Eye Lash Fan () 115 Foundation /Contour () 116 Smudger () 117 Lip ()

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Fitness – Awesome Abs, Arms, and Thighs Workout

June 27, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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For my flat-abs guide, go to: www.TrainWithNiki.com This is a great total body circuit that you can do at home in 20 minutes or less and if you use your maximum effort, you can burn the same amount of calories as you would doing 45 minutes of walking on a treadmill. Repeat this circuit 3 times and remember to stretch your muscles for 10 seconds each to prevent injury. Let me know what you thought about this workout! Want to get in touch with me in addition to YouTube? Website: www.TrainWithNiki.com Join my Facebook Group TrainWithNiki Twitter: @TrainWithNiki YouTube Channel: TrainWithNiki

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Fitness – Intense Pilates for Abs, Obliques and Legs

June 21, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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For my flat-abs guide, go to: www.TrainWithNiki.com This workout is a great alternative for those “lazy” days when you’re not in the spirit of pushing yourself super hard. It targets your abs, obliques, and legs. Completing this workout will still give you results if you use your maximum effort and will challenge almost everyone (even the boys)! Try this workout out in the convenience of your home and let me know what you thought about it! Get in touch with me through other social networks Website: www.TrainWithNiki.com Facebook Group TrainWithNiki Twitter: @TrainWithNiki YouTube Channel: TrainWithNiki

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Battling Cancer gets a content makeover

December 10, 2007 by  
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When I first started working in a cancer research laboratory, I quickly learned that being a scientist was not glamorous work. When people asked what I did for a living, however, I was always amazed by how people reacted to my given industry. Many people I barely knew volunteered very personal stories about how the disease that I was studying affected their lives and the lives of the people that I cared about. It didn’t take long for me to realize that everybody’s lives are touched by cancer in one way or another.

When I started writing for Battling Cancer, HART was kind enough to trust me with the freedom of this blog’s content direction. Now that I’ve been writing here for a couple of months, I’m getting a better feel for the kind of information that people are looking for when they stop by.

I’ve learned that lots of individuals who land on this website from a search engine are looking for specific pieces of information like financial assistance for cancer survivors or the relationship between cancer and antioxidants. Most surprising to me, however, is that many of this blog’s most successful posts were written for with caregivers or the casual reader in mind. One of my goals for 2008, inspired by Deborah Ng’s writers’ challenge, is to provide the most useful content for readers like these to learn more about cancer.

Thus, I propose the following changes: Read more

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NOTE: The contents in this blog are for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or a substitute for professional care. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional before making changes to any existing treatment or program. Some of the information presented in this blog may already be out of date.