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HIIT Gives You More Benefits For Less Time

November 21, 2016 7:13 AM0 comments
HIIT Gives You More Benefits For Less Time

http://cdn-maf0.heartyhosting.com/sites/muscleandfitness.com/files/media/hiit-cardio_2.jpg   A lot of us ask the same gruelling question about exercise: How little can I get away with? According to numerous studies done onhigh-intensity interval training (HIIT), the answer is really very little. In fact, 60 seconds of arduous HIIT will have you strenuously exerting, breathing hard, sweating […]

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5 Tips to Stay Fit Despite Irregular Workout Schedule

October 10, 2016 7:00 AM0 comments
5 Tips to Stay Fit Despite Irregular Workout Schedule

Photo by Lazare, CC0 1.0   In today’s society, time is a commodity. As such, we often find ourselves sliding into bad habits and unwholesome choices when it comes to healthy living. Busy schedules filled with office hours, countless errands and taking the kids to-and-from extra-curricular activities leaves little time […]

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If You Went Blind Tomorrow, What Would You Do?

August 30, 2016 8:18 AM0 comments

Blindness happens gradually in most people, so it never catches you by surprise. But you might be diagnosed with a slowly worsening condition such as cataracts or macular degeneration. What would you do? What changes will you need to plan for? What would your life be like? Understand Your Condition […]

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Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner

August 17, 2016 8:14 PM0 comments

Bert Martinez catches up with pro fitness competitor Ashley Horner. Ashley Horner is dedicated to her children and living a fit life. She is a mother of three, cross-over athlete, pro fitness competitor, ultra-runner, and triathlete. She and her team are monthly contributors for Train for Her fitness magazine, writing […]

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5 Indications That You Need Physiotherapy

August 2, 2016 6:46 AM0 comments

  When we think of physiotherapy, we decisively imagine a person hooked to set of hangers on a bed or dumped on a wheelchair after an accident or major mishap. This is the major reason why we ignore minor issues that probably are signs that we need physiotherapy. It is […]

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Instances When Urgent Care Centers Can Replace ERs

July 13, 2016 6:39 AM0 comments

  Up to 27% of ER visits could have been handled at an urgent care center instead. Urgent care centers have been increasing in number since the 1990s. They were designed to meet the needs of people who didn’t have access to their primary care doctor on weekends and at […]

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4 Reasons Why You Must Take Personal Injury Seriously

May 17, 2016 8:20 AM0 comments
4 Reasons Why You Must Take Personal Injury Seriously

Image Personal injury can enter your life in a number of different ways. It could be a serious injury that happens in the workplace, changing your life forever. Similarly, it could be as simple as slipping on a wet area in a grocery store. Either way, it’s classified as a […]

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Time Matters When Someone’s Health is on the Line

April 5, 2016 1:51 PM0 comments

    Stop for a moment and think about your overall health. Are you confident that you are as healthy as you truly can be? If the answer is no, then stop for a moment and think about the importance of your medical information being in the right hands at […]

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Healthy Body = Healthy Life

April 1, 2016 6:49 PM0 comments
Healthy Body = Healthy Life

Image Courtesy of pixabay.com It is no mistake that good health should be on everyone’s mind. From the time we are very young we are told that we should eat right, keep active, and try to keep our body image front and center. Of course despite our best intentions, there […]

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How To Save Money On Health Products

March 30, 2016 7:57 AM0 comments
How To Save Money On Health Products

The healthcare industry is worth billions, and it’s us, the patients and people, that pay the bill. Whether it’s through insurance, taxes, or from buying over the counter medicine, we all contribute. And, it’s fair to say that healthcare doesn’t come cheap. The average American household spends almost $3,000 every […]

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