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How To Lose Weight Fast and Simple

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Contrary to common belief, there are actually many ways to lose weight fast.  However, that does not mean that there are many easy or healthy ways to lose weight fast.  What’s more is some strategies that target rapid weight loss leave an individual prone to rapid weight regain following completion of the intervention.  It is important to note that if you take the time to dive into the research a bit then you may find that there are some effective strategies for dropping weight quickly, easily, safely, and allow yourself the ability to maintain that weight loss. Don’t Keep It

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20 Ways to Stay Fit With Minimal Effort

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Getting fit is not an easy task. It can take weeks or even months of hard training and paying attention to what you eat. Staying fit can be even harder. It is very common to see people meet their fitness goals and then quickly fall off their new healthy lifestyle leading to them reversing all of that progress that they worked so hard for. While staying fit can be hard, there are little things we can do to make the process easier. Try some of these tips for maintaining your fitness level with little effort! 1. Fasting Fasting is the

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Why Strength Training is the Workout to Do For Maximum Fat Loss

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Looking to lose weight? If you’ve packed on a few too many pounds over the last few months and are now looking to get lean and fit for the summer ahead, you might be browsing through different workout regimes. Your first instinct might be to run out and hop on the nearest piece of cardio equipment you can find. The more hours you put in, the better the progress you’ll make – right? Not quite. The fact is, cardio training, while helpful and never a ‘bad’ thing, isn’t ideal for fat loss purposes. But yet, many choose to believe that’s

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Why Athletes Need Magnesium to Maximize Performance

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Are you feeling exhausted, or getting unusual muscle cramps during workouts? You might be deficient in magnesium. Magnesium is an essential mineral that 75% of the U.S. population is deficient in. “Studies have shown that only about 25% of U.S. adults are at or above the recommended daily amount of 310 to 320 milligrams for women and 400 to 420 for men,” says Dr. Danine Fruge, Associate Medical Director at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, Florida.1 One of the benefits of magnesium is the ability to help produce more mitochondria during exercise. There are two ways to become a high performing athlete.