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Fitness is an all-encompassing word that deals with a state of well-being and health. It is a state of health of mind and body that ensures you are sound and performing optimally. Whether you love yoga, strength training, running, spinning or outdoor activities we have some of the best exercise routines to help you reach your goals on time.

W.H.O. (world health organization) recommends that adults get at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical exercise 5 days a week. To help you achieve this goal there is a repertoire of light to intense physical exercises you can engage in from the comfort of your home or at the gym.

Coupled with that, we also list numerous foods and diet plans to help you lose weight, stay in shape and fortify your immune system. Read our reviews, guides and best machine equipment to help you reach your fitness goals.

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Benefits of Sleep: How A Good Night’s Sleep Helps Workout Recovery

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Getting enough sleep is critical for everyone to function properly, but especially for those who are working out regularly and actively aiming toward sculpting their bodies. When you want to make sure you are well set up for your exercise routine, don’t overlook the importance of getting enough sleep in addition to eating the proper foods and living a generally healthy lifestyle. It’s funny that exercise is one factor that helps promote healthy sleep – but it works the other way around too! Healthy sleep habits are a very important aspect of anybody’s exercise routine. Here’s what sleep can to

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Bad Habits You Should Break to Increase Your Energy

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Habits and energy…do they really have anything to do with each other? We can all identify certain habits as “bad”, such as smoking, chewing on our fingernails, or not changing an empty toilet paper roll.  Would breaking these habits increase our energy level?  To answer this I think we have to first look at what we mean by increasing energy. When discussing energy I think we have to look at what “energy” means to us. Does an increase in energy mean that we are more productive, we feel physically energized, or we have a better overall sense of wellbeing, as

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How to Increase Your Testosterone Over 40

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As age creeps up to the 40 mark, our bodies change, including our levels of hormones like testosterone. In fact, the average male over age 40 has a 1-2% decrease in testosterone levels.  That’s life.  What isn’t life, is thinking that there’s nothing you can do about it.  Testosterone is a hormone, and a pretty important one, as are all hormones.  When testosterone levels are low, men can experience a decreased sex drive, decreased bone density, muscle loss, increased body fat, hair loss, fatigue, and depression. A low level of testosterone is considered anything below 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL),

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The Best Ellipticals for 2018: Your Ultimate Elliptical Buyer’s Guide

Hi everyone and welcome to our Best Ellipticals for 2018 buyer’s guide! As always, we’re super pumped you landed here and we’re going to make your visit as worth-while as possible. We’re going to cover a lot of ground in this article which we want to thank you in advance for enduring. We understand there will be a lot of information to consume but we promise to deliver you the best information regarding ellipticals in 2018 in the most easy to understand fashion possible. You’re going to learn about the different price ranges, what you can expect from each price-range, our

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Three Great Exercises to Help Prevent Potential Shoulder Impingement Injuries

Shoulder impingement injuries are one of the most common causes of shoulder pain. Shoulder impingement happens when the bones of the shoulder press and rub against the tendons and ligaments of the shoulder over a period of time, causing inflammation and ultimately pain. It’s caused by poor posture from any sort of repeated overhead activity, such as swimming, lifting, tennis, and other sports involving repetitive overhead motion. The answer to preventing potential shoulder impingement injuries is proper posture during exercise. Paying careful attention to each move you make during exercise is a habit you should develop. Above all, strengthening the