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October 23, 2011 by  
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Visit www.Iloveprettykeli.com this is a women’s health website that has daily tips on nutrition, fitness, motivation and more! I came up with the idea for this site after receiving numerous replies to my “how to lose 20lbs in 2 weeks” video. It inspired me to work hard providing women with information that can help them daily. Nutrition The nutrition section gives women daily tips on foods they should add to their diet, foods they shouldn’t eat, as well as healthy receipes, and diets. iloveprettykeli.com Exercise: This section was made to give you some ideas on different exercises you can try in order to acheive your particular fitness goals. iloveprettykeli.com Motivation: This was designed to provide daily motivation to women who need that extra boost. We all need to be motivated from time to time. This section will not only motivate you, but it will provide you with ideas on how you can motivate yourself iloveprettykeli.com Tip of the day: Check here daily for tips on your overall physical health, as well as mental health. iloveprettykeli.com Special Posts: Every Monday is “motivation monday” This is the day to put yourself or a woman you know in the spotlight by sharing her motivational story with me. If you have someone you would like to feature send me a message letting me know their story along with a name and a picture. They might be chosen! ^_^ Iloveprettykeli also has daily tips for women as well as nutritional information, how to videos a quote of the day tips

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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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More Holiday Fit Tips From Revolution Fitness

October 13, 2011 by  
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Sign up for my New Years Get Fit Challenge Today – Prizes include heart rate monitor with GPS! sarahfit.com sarahfit.com Don’t forget to get in your exercise this Holiday season to prevent gaining weight! Find out how to make sure you get it in from Sarah and Mike D’Angelo at Revolution Fitness! I shot these for work and loved them so much, I decided to share them with all of you! Enjoy! Eat like me. Try my diet plan – www.1shoppingcart.com

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WEIGHT LOSS TIPS FOR LOSING WEIGHT FAST—RAW FOOD WEIGHT LOSS—HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT FAST

August 7, 2011 by  
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SHOP.life-regenerator.com * Wondering HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT FAST? Looking for some REAL MOTIVATION to LOSE WEIGHT? Well look no further..this is it. You can do this! Love, Dan ❤ My Favorite JUICER ➜ http . . SHOP.life-regenerator.com . .

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How use Biking for Health & FAST Weight Loss 4 Women & Men

July 13, 2011 by  
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www.joanbars.com Biking is a fantastic way to have fun, get great aerobic exercise, and lose weight. However, before you even think about biking, get the okay from your doctor. Once you have the medical clearance — and before you buy or jump on your current bike — make a plan to start biking gradually. It depends on your final goals, but start with short bike rides around your neighborhood or local bike paths — generally 2-3 miles at first, gradually adding a few miles at a time. And regardless of the temperature or other weather conditions, ALWAYS pack enough water — and carry money with you to purchase more water along the way if you need it. You do not need to buy an expensive bicycle, but what you DO need to do is buy a bike that fits you. Wal-Mart and Target, both have decent bikes. Having a bike that fits your body is essential to enjoying biking — and to avoiding straining yourself. Besides the bicycle, you also should invest in a quality helmet. I’ve been through a few, but what important here is fit and comfort. Most states do not require adults to wear helmets, but one could save your life, so spend the additional money and wear it whenever you’re on the road. Just came back from a bike ride and one thing I tell everyone many sure that you have a helmet on, I like to use these cushioned gloves to avoid carpal tunnel and biking is a great way because you are using the big thigh muscle that I talked about in building up muscle matter that will burn calories and

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3 QUICK Tips + Exercises to Increase Your Bench Press 100% (Build Muscle in the Gym or Fat Loss)

July 9, 2011 by  
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NEED TO LOSE FAT ? NEED MOTIVATION ? GET FREE WORKOUT, EXERCISE & FITNESS TIPS FROM CONIKITV

July 5, 2011 by  
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Go to www.conikitv.com toFollow Con & Niki’s daily workouts and exercise routines, healthy recipes, the world famous rapid fat loss and detox diet. Get inspired, educated, and motivated forever, but you’ll need to be brutally honest.

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30 AMAZING Diet Tips in 2 Minutes- Lose Weight, Gain Muscle With This Health Advice!

June 11, 2011 by  
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ask your Q on FB- www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER- twitter.com FREE GUY FAT LOSS PROGRAM- fatasstobaddass.com ALL MY VIDEOS! http 30 Nutrition Tips in 1 Minutes 1. Always eat a green vegetable with every meal 2. Eat over 100 grams of protein per day 3. Post-Work Out you should have protein and carbs like two scoops of whey and a high fructose fruit like a banana 4. Don’t use artificial sweeteners (or use the minimum amount) 5. No trans fats 6. For fat loss eat less than 100 grams of carbs per day 7. If you have MORE than 50 pounds of fat to lose, eliminate your carbs 8. Women never eat less than 1200 calories per day. 9. Guys never less than 1600 calories 10. Don’t use diet pills, thermogenics or any product someone endorses 11. Don’t do cleanses or stick anything up your butt for weight loss (90% of cleanses are retarded) 12. Don’t eat carbs before bed 13. Eat at least 4-5 times throughout the day 14. Your biggest meals should be breakfast, lunch, then dinner, not the other way around 15. Fat loss is easier if you eliminate gluten, cow dairy, soy, sweeteners 16. Drink at least 4L of Water Per Day 17. The latest you can eat is 1 hour before bed 18. Drink 3 Cups of Loose Leaf Green Tea Per Day 19. Don’t exceed 30 grams of carbs per meal for fat loss 20. Take at least 6 grams of fish oil per day 21. Drink 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar 22. Not all saturated fats are bad. Eggs, goat butter, coconut oil are great 23. Its better to not cheat 24. Focus on quality

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5 BEST + Simple Gym Exercise Tips For Better Fat Loss or Building Muscle (Avoid These Mistakes!)

May 1, 2011 by  
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ASK YOUR QUESTIONS ON FACEBOOK- www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER- twitter.com FREE GUY FAT LOSS PROGRAM- fatasstobaddass.com FREE FEMALE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM- http 1. You Don’t Use a Training Log How can you tell you are making progress if you aren’t recording it? Your ego will inflate your memory and sometimes when you feel like you AREN’T making progress its important to go back to records to show that you have been! You Try Too Hard *Fail at the Bench Press* You let your ego get in the way of making progress. Remember, NEVER use a weight you can’t dominate and accelerate 100%. NEVER. Did I say NEVER EVER? You don’t Change it Up *Show Omar approaching the squat rack* April 2000 Barbell curls, my favourite April 2005 Barbel curls, my favourite April 2010 What should I do today? Barbell curls…my favourite! You need to stick to the big lifts, squats, deadlifts and benchpresses. I’m not disputing that. I’m saying if you aren’t making progress and you’ve been doing the same routine since the dawn of time, change it up. Reps, sets and exercises are merely tools to get you to your goal! Prioritize your work outs to do the most important stuff first! You Work Your Favourite Muscles If you are a guy I guarantee you do curls and bench. And if you’re a women you prob. Run and do some core exercises. That’s great, but you have to train your WHOLE body. Everything is interconnected and overemphasizing certain areas can build up imbalances and hold you back. Remember, you are

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Which Feels Better A Manicure Or A Fabulous Fit Body – You Decide

August 12, 2007 by  
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By Kim Jamieson

I was at the salon recently and made this observation. I am astonished that people take better care of their nails, than they do their bodies. What is wrong with American people? They are not concerned with their health and wellness, but seem very concerned about chipped and polished nails. Why do they take care of their nails and go weekly to the salon for their manicures and pedicures, but would never set foot in the gym, or do any physical exercise to improve their health and well being. Do they think that people look at their nails, before they notice their fat, unfit, unhealthy bodies? They are wrong. People are very critical of each other, and notice everything about each other. I think it is about time that we put the same amount of time and energy into our bodies each week, as we do our manicures and pedicures.

To do this we first need to change our mind set. Trust me, if you feel good with a manicure and pedicure, imagine how GREAT you will feel when your body looks fit, healthy, and you feel trim and self confident. I do not want to forget to mention how your life will change and you will start to soar in every aspect of your life.

So let me lay the foundation:

-You must change your mindset. You must work for it and not wish for it. It is not a pill or magic fat melting potion. You need to do some form of exercise each day, even if it is a quick brisk walk.

-You must eat properly. If you eat junk you look like junk, and feel like junk. This is what I recommend. -Each day you’re going to rely on the right carbs, protein, fat, and this will enable you to live happily without the bad carbs, processed sugar and bad fat. As a result you are going to get healthy and loose weight.

-You will eat normal size portions of meat, chicken, fish, turkey (remember most peoples portions are too large). A normal sized portion is the size of the palm of your hand. -You’ll have plenty of vegetables, eggs, cheese, nuts. -Salads. -No bread for two weeks while you rid yourself of your sugar addiction.

-You will be eating low glycemic index foods for two weeks

-Sample Daily Menu: Breakfast: 2 eggs (protein) 1 small V8 Snack: 1 skim Mozzarella stick Lunch: Sliced Chicken Breast on a bed of mixed greens W/olive oil dressing Snack: 8-12 Almonds Dinner: Grilled Salmon with fresh grilled Asparagus Dessert: Ricotta Cheese with Cinnamon and sugar substitute

-You must hydrate. For some people it is difficult to drink water but this is a must do. Your body is at least 60-70% water, it is your source of life. Water will increase your metabolism, as much as 3%. It will also move nutrients throughout your body and to your tissues. Water flushes out toxins, and pollutants, and keeps your skin soft, hydrated. It is very easy to tell if you are drinking enough water and that your body is hydrated. If your urine looks like beer, than you need to drink more water. It should be crystal clear. -You must be consistent, and never give up. This is difficult but you can do it!

Let’s stop taking better care of our nails than our bodies. With a little work, determination and the right mind set you will achieve great health and wellness. Let your body shine brighter than your nails.

Kimberly Jamieson www.healthypainfreeliving.com has achieved success in living and maintaining a healthy fit lifestyle and has helped thousands achieve this success by using her fitness, diet, lifestyle and motivation tips. She is committed to helping others achieve ultimate health and wellness.

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How Do I Find The Motivation To Exercise?

July 29, 2007 by  
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By Zoe Routh

‘Jan’ explained that she knew she wanted to improve her fitness because it would she would feel better about herself as well as improve her job prospects in the acting field.

However, she felt that she lived too far away from her gym; it was inconvenient to get there and interrupted the flow of her day. She also mentioned that she had discovered a yoga class that she enjoyed thoroughly. She felt fantastic afterwards, energised, centred, and really happy. However this was even more out of the way than the gym.

As Jan spoke it was obvious there were various structural and internal blocks to the implementation of an exercise regime.

First of all, determining a motivation that is inspiring rather than a ‘should’ is essential, otherwise she’d just end up resisting the exercise routine all the time. For this client, the ‘should’ was in the pressure she felt to measure up to the other acting class candidates: they were thinner and she felt her chances for employment would improve if she was more fit. There was no joy around this motivation. When she spoke about the yoga, her voice rose with excitement and you could really hear the joy the yoga practise created for her. She also felt that she would not get the physical results she desired if she did the yoga; resistance training and cardio vascular exercise was what she needed.

For this client, motivation was tempered by obligation and expectation from others, rather than an inherent pleasure and joy in the fitness and health itself. This is draining and feels like hard work. In addition, the location of the gym and the yoga classes were also detractors from implementing a solid program.

The solution for this client is multi-faceted:

First, Jan needs to determine a reason to exercise that feels good. The biggest clue here is the feeling she had when she engaged in the yoga: that sense of inner calm. This is the real key to the motivation or inspiration to do exercise. Tangible and physical results will occur as a side effect, but should not be the main reason for engaging in an exercise program. It is the process that needs to be enjoyable; otherwise she is constantly working uphill against herself through the pile of ‘shoulds’, expectations, and external drivers.

Secondly, Jan needs to create environments that support the intention. She needs to make it as easy as possible to follow through on the commitment to fitness and health. This means choosing a gym or location that is convenient and fits in to her routine. It may also mean hiring a personal trainer to create accountability and support for her intentions.

Having discussed these options, the client put forward some further objections in that she thought that there might not be any trainers who would suit her need for flexibility. Jan was trying to figure out how to fit in to the needs of the trainers, rather than asserting her own needs first. By knowing in detail what she desires and wishes, her next job is to focus on finding services that suit her; she is to create an environment that suits her needs, rather than trying to fit in with everyone else’s. This is what it means to live life on one’s own terms. Otherwise she will be constantly putting herself second and complying with other people’s demands and expectations.

Does it work? Nothing works as well as when you feel completely in line with your innermost desires and intentions, and have an environment that supports you effortlessly in achieving this. When it feels good from the inside out, then you know it is working. Exercise becomes an integral part of the routine that inspires and uplifts, rather than feeling like drudgery.

Zoë Routh is the Head Coach at Inner Compass. She has paddled 30 weeks by canoe in northwest Ontario, run 6 marathons, hiked hundreds of kilometres in Australia’s outback, bellydanced at various festivals, written a book, Absolute Productivity, survived cancer, married a fair dinkum Aussie bloke, and wrestled a 6 meter crocodile. It’s all true, except for the crocodile part. Sign up for more inspiration in Compass Bearings at www.innercompass.com.au

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