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Rockstar Health & Fitness – Episode 7 ft. Kim Glass

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Skee.TV presents Rockstar Health & Fitness, a new original Web series hosted by music industry executive & KIIS-FM yoga instructor Lori Rischer. Rockstar H&F features celebrities sharing their health, diet, and fitness tips. In this episode Kim Glass shares some tips on how she’s preparing for the 2012 Olympics and shows us her recipe for her favorite “on the go” snack. The 9-episode Rockstar season’s all-star line up includes Kim Glass, Lala Romero, OneRepublic, Patrick Stump, Austin Brown among, others. Check out next week’s episode featuring OneRebublic’s Zach Filkins Created by Lori Rischer and Sera Roadnight. Produced By Skee.TV.

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Cross-Training Cable Circuit

December 12, 2011 by  
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Ultimate Ripped Ab Flexing & Tips!- Scott Herman

December 4, 2011 by  
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My 10 Tips For Healthy Hair Growth!

September 13, 2011 by  
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Sharing what has worked for me in growing my hair back from a major trim. *This is just MY personal advice*

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Ryan Kwanten’s No-Gym Workout (Diet & Fitness Guru)

August 14, 2011 by  
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Ryan Kwanten has the lean, muscular look that Hollywood loves. Watch this for his best fitness tips. diet-fitness.healthguru.com

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EAT HEALTHY CHEAP: Tips to Save Money on Food (Do NOT Eat Like a Broke Ass College Student)

August 1, 2011 by  
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ask your Q on FB- www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER- twitter.com MY OTHER CHANNEL JUST FOR WOMEN www.youtube.com FREE GUY FAT LOSS PROGRAM- fatasstobaddass.com ALL MY VIDEOS! http I know what its like to have to eat on a budget. Despite an awesome scholarship and good job, I was a broke ass college student. I blame it on the wine and women. Mainly the women though. Those damn support payments Whatever the reason, here is the BEST guide to saving YOUR money at the grocery store, to maximize the amount of high quality food you eat, without exploding your bank account. When shopping smart, even if you are bulking, you can spend less than -60 a week with high quality food. TOP TIPS 1. Shop for the deals on the meat. Every week at all the grocery stores, meat varies in price. Sometimes chicken breast is .99 a lb sometimes its .99 a lb, you have to pay attention to the sales and strike while the iron is hot. Stock that shit up in the freezer 2. JOIN a large discount retail store like COSTCO, Sam’s Club or Trader Joes. These warehouse facilities sell Olive Oil, Peanut Butter, Tuna and Egg Whites for FAR cheaper than anywhere else. Buying in BULK always saves you money. 3. When it comes to meat, which is the most expensive thing to buy, look for large cuts of meat on sale that you can butcher yourself. Also ask the local butcher for last-date meat discounts. Chop it up and freeze the rest, you’ll save A LOT of money this way. 4. When it comes to produce like vegetables

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HOLIDAY FITNESS TIPS : LOSE WEIGHT & HAVE FUN!

July 20, 2011 by  
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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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Tips to Get Past Weight Loss Plateau Point In Your Diet/Exercise Program To Help Achieve Your Goals

June 21, 2011 by  
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Hi everybody, in this video I give you helpful diet and exercise tips to get over the dreaded plateau when your body just doesn’t seem to want to lose more weight. This can be a difficult time for people who have been steadily losing weight and then stop seeing the scale move lower. It’s a point where people tend to give up and start gaining weight again because they feel they will never reach their goal weight loss. Well, this video is about conquering this situation head on and giving your body a little push to get you over the hump. Ihope you found this video helpful. Please subscribe because I have so much more to come; something helpful and of interest to everyone. Thanks so much for viewing! To purchase a YouTips4U custom-designed T-Shirt please click here: cgi.ebay.com To visit me at my blogspot, please click here: www.youtips4u.blogspot.com

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Best Workout for Weight Loss (Diet & Fitness Guru)

May 6, 2011 by  
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If your training sessions aren’t raising your metabolic rate, you won’t lose nearly as much fat. Learn more! dietfitness.healthguru.com

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DIET RECIPE – Healthy Recipe for Breakfast

April 11, 2011 by  
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Beach surfside sexy chest and abs morning exercise with fitness trainer

April 1, 2011 by  
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FITNESS – Cardio Exercise Workout 4

March 24, 2011 by  
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Best Aerobic Exercise?

January 21, 2011 by  
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Which is the best aerobic exercise and which aren’t that good. BodyPerformanceTV.com

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Choosing The Proper Diet

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The title is something of a misnomer. There is no such thing as ‘the’ proper diet for every individual. Nevertheless, all humans are similar enough that there are broad categories, and many specifics, that are correct for almost anyone.

Despite all the fads of the last 30 years or more, it remains true – backed by a large amount and variety of nutritional research – that a good diet is the old-fashioned ‘balanced diet’ that has remained largely unchanged for 60 years or more. The keyword deserves repeating: balanced.

There are fad diets that emphasize protein over carbohydrates, or fruits one day with meat the next or eating vegetarian exclusively. All these may have valid elements, but they almost all tend to go too far in one direction or another.

Everyday, at regular intervals, a person interested in optimizing health should eat daily meals consisting of fruits and vegetables, grains, dairy and a protein source. Of course, there will be exceptions for those with special dietary needs. Some people, for example, can’t process dairy products. Others are sensitive to peanuts or other things.

But the four traditional food groups, in the proper proportion, remain the undisputed recommendation of every reputable nutrition scientist. The reasons are that studies continue to support the notion that these supply the compounds needed by the body. From those it can perform muscle maintenance, proper electrolyte balance, cellular repair and other essential activities along with the needed energy to carry out all of them.

Nature, as discovered by science, determines what the body needs – not marketing.

Insoluble fiber, for example, (as gained from fruit, vegetables and grains) isn’t readily digested. As a result it helps digestion and in cleansing the digestive system.

Certain vitamins (D, B, E, K) and minerals (lithium, calcium, postassium) are needed for carrying out the thousands of biochemical reactions critical to proper health. Sodium and potassium, in moderation, are used by the heart muscle in order to keep pumping blood through the body.

Proteins are needed so the body can lyse (split) them into essential amino acids. Those amino acids are then used to build up new proteins used for muscle and other important components.

Carbohydrates (chiefly those easily converted to glucose) are needed to supply the starting point of the cycle that generates energy to fuel all the other processes. This is a fundamental process called the Krebs cycle that converts sugars into ATP, which is then converted to ADP, releasing energy.)

Fad diets can supply many of these essentials, but typically do so in the wrong proportion or with too much at one time, not enough at another. They also frequently contain additional components that are not helpful, and – in excess – may be harmful, such as excessive fats or complex sugars.

In the world of diet, moderation and regularity may not sound glamorous, but it’s the key to good health.

Listen Up Everyone Because Here Is What You Need To Know About Protein

June 25, 2007 by  
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By Ian Mackie

How much protein do we need to be healthy?

Aptly enough, the word “protein” is derived from a Greek root meaning “of first importance”, and protein – which constitutes about one-fifth of an adult’s body weight – is the basic material of life.

Proteins are constantly being broken down in our bodies. Most of the amino acids are reused, but we must continually replace some of those that are lost. Without dietary protein, growth and all bodily functions would not take place.

The 13 amino acids our body can make are known, somewhat confusingly, as the “nonessential” amino acids. They are in fact essential, but not as part of our diet. The nine “essential” amino acids are those we have to eat. We can either get them from plant protein directly or by eating animals that consume plants and animals.

Getting Complete Protein

Nutritionists use the phrases “complete protein” and “incomplete protein” to describe the proteins provided by various foods. If a food supplies a sufficient amount of the nine essential amino acids, it is called a complete protein. Virtually all proteins from animal foods are complete. Foods that lack or are short on one or more of the essential amino acids – such as some fruits, grains, and vegetables – are called incomplete proteins.

Such plant-derived foods can nonetheless be excellent sources of protein if eaten in combinations that supply all of the essential amino acids. For example, the amino acids missing in a vegetable can be provided by eating a grain product, another vegetable, or an animal-derived protein at the same meal.

Animal vs. vegetable

Meat and other animal products are the most readily available sources of complete protein. The protein content, by weight, of cooked meat, fish, poultry, and mild solids is between 15 and 40 percent. The protein content of cooked cereals, beans, lentils and peas ranges from 3 to 10 percent.

Potatoes, fruits, and leafy green vegetables come in at 3 percent or lower. Soybeans and nuts have a protein content comparable to meat, but, depending upon how they are prepared, their proteins may not be as easily digested. However, recent research suggests that in a mixed or even totally vegetarian diet, the issue of digestibility is not too important. For someone eating a whole grain and vegetable diet, no more than 15 percent of the protein consumed would be unavailable because of problems with digestibility.

The fact that we are omnivorous, that is, we can eat both meats and plants, has contributed to the survival of the human species. But as anthropologists have pointed out, human beings have overwhelmingly preferred meat to other foods. And a number of experts attribute the general good health, increased height, and longevity of people of developed countries today to their high-protein diets.

Protein Requirements

The body cannot store protein, so it needs a fresh supply every day.

If, like most Americans, you consume mostly high-quality protein, your total requirement will there fore be slightly less. If you get almost all your protein from plant sources, it will be slightly greater.

Children under eighteen need some additional protein to allow for growth, and the younger they are, the more protein they need per pound of body weight.

Pregnant women are allocated an additional 10 grams of protein per day by the RDA, lactating mothers an extra 12 to 15 grams during the first six months.

Sources of Protein

The foods below (click here to view the full chart) are all good sources of protein. The listed protein amounts are averages. Many foods that are relatively high in protein are also high in fat, so the chart indicates the percentage of fat accompanying each food. Try to limit your intake of protein sources that derive more than 30 percent of their calories from fat.

Food Source
Dairy and Eggs
Protein
(Grams)
Fat
Calories
Cheddar cheese, 1 oz. 7 70%
Cottage cheese (2%), 1/2 cup 16 17%
Egg, 1 medium 6 68%
Ice cream, hard, vanilla, 1/2 cup 2 48%
Milk, skim, 1 cup 8 5%
Mozzarella, part skim, 1 oz. 8 56%
Ricotta, part skim, 1/2 cup 10 53%
Yogurt, low-fat, plain, 1 cup 12 25%
Meat and Fish (4oz.) Protein
(Grams)
Fat
Calories
Chicken, light meat, roasted, no skin 31 26%
Ground beef, extra lean, broiled 33 56%
Sirloin steak, choice cut, trimmed, broiled 35 37%
Tuna, canned, in water 33 12%
Turkey breast, roasted, no skin 24 6%
Grains Protein
(Grams)
Fat
Calories
Oatmeal, 1 cup cooked 6 12%
Rice, brown, 1 cup cooked 5 4%
Spaghetti, 1 cup cooked 6 5%
Whole wheat bread, 2 slices 6 13%
Legumes and nuts Protein
(Grams)
Fat
Calories
Almonds, 1 oz. 6 82%
Cashews, dry roasted, 1 oz. 4 71%
Lentils, 1/2 cup cooked 8 4%
Lima beans, 1/2 cup cooked 8 3%
Peanut butter, 2 Tbsp. 10 76%
Red kidney beans, 1/2 cup canned 8 4%
Soybeans, 1/2 cup cooked 10 33%
Tofu, 4 oz. 9 55%
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