Fitness Matters

Juicy!

What type of juice is best for you?  Or should you steer clear of all juices and just drink water when you feel thirsty?  Read the following facts on some common juices and make your informed decision: Apple Juice- While it tastes great with your eggs and toast, you won't get as many nutrients from it as a whole apple or from other juices.  On the other hand it does have polyphenols (antioxidants shown to fight cancer), potassium and iron.  It contains about 117 calories in.
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If you drive a car, you know that it requires regular, routine maintenance in order to perform well. When you miss an oil change or a tune up, or decide that the tires will have to last one more season, you are making a decision by not taking action since inaction is ultimately the same as making a decision. The same principle applies to your body—it requires regular, routine maintenance or it will not perform well. Read the following points to help you.
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While interval training has been around for years (also known as "fartlek" training), few of us really know the real benefits of it and whether or not this type of training fits in with what we are trying to accomplish in terms of our weight loss, weight gain or maintenance goals. Hopefully these few tips will help you figure out if it is for you:
1. Interval training works both the aerobic and anaerobic systems in your body. The term 'anaerobic' means without oxygen.
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Will you make healthier decisons when you make your next trip to the grocery store?  For many of us, our busy on-the-go schedules makes it challenging to make healthy choices.   Take heed to some of  these practical tips for making healther choices when you choose your next lunch or snack item:
1.  If you must choose frozen meals, choose those that contain less than 750 milligrams of sodium per serving instead of the high-sodium varieties.  This is one-third of the sodium most people should have in.
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With over 30,000 health clubs with 45.5 million members, you are probably one of the many millions that have a gym membership.  Unfortunately, the average American visits their gym a mere 89 times per year! Since a lack of time is cited as the number one reason (or excuse!) for people not exercising, it is noteworthy to consider alternative methods of checking the daily exercise goal off of your list.  Read these tips for exercising even when you can't make it to the.
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