1). Meditation and the Monkey Mind? By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Some find the term, “monkey mind”, upsetting, derogatory, and insulting. This is a shame, as the point is lost, the ego is involved, and a natural human defense goes up. After all, we are supposed to be the “king of the primates,” aren’t we?
2). 7 Fitness Tips To Get You Started And Keep You Going By : John Lim
7 fitness tips to help you build the strong and health body that you’ve always wanted.
3). Spinning - Spinning is Taking America by Storm By : Melih Oztalay
Spinning is just the newest fad for fitness fanatics, a bizarre blend of cardiovascular activity and wild imagination geared at packing the fun into your everyday workout.
4). Workout Routine for Improving Posture By : Sanjay Johari
A proper, natural posture not only gives a good look, it is also less demanding on the body. As the posture starts deviating from its natural, upright position, different parts of body are strained unnaturally causing numerous complications. However, the problem can be resolved by designing your workout routine properly.
5). A Few Reasons to Workout By : James Hunt
An exercise routine is important for keeping healthy and in good shape. Many people want to workout but can’t seem to find the time or motivation
6). An insight into PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) By : Ruth Bird
What you’re about to read will give you a greater understanding of PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) and how to reverse its underlying condition, Insulin Resistance.
7). Maybe Bikram is Right? By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
I laughed at his rhetoric, equally, as much as watching Jerry Seinfeld or Ray Ramano, do a stand up comedy routine. The man is pure entertainment and he has a point.
8). Yoga and Christianity a Conflict? By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Some critics argue that Yoga and Christianity cannot co-exist, and yet we know that Yoga is not a religion. Are the Salem witch trials still so close to our hearts?
9). Water Aerobics - Adding a Splash to Your Workouts By : Melih Oztalay
Water aerobics is not only a fun way to maintain sound cardiovascular fitness, but it’s also an excellent method in which to tone your body and muscles. All the while, you’re enjoying all the benefits of a refreshing dip in the pool.
10). Lose Weight Effectively? Know your body type to lose weight fast By : Chris Chew
How to lose weight effectively for each body type. By knowing your body type will help you to lose weight fast.
11). Build Powerful Chest Muscles Like Super heroes? By : Chris Chew
How to build wide and powerful chest muscles.
12). Choosing the Right Pillow for Proper Back Support By : Charles Kassotis
Learn how different types of pillows can provide proper spinal support, eliminate headaches, back and neck pain and secure a good nights sleep.
13). The Growing Popularity of Treadmills By : Tamara Williams
How Treadmills are popular trend
14). The Two Biggest Myths About Abdominal Training By : Anthony Stai
If you have ever read a fitness magazine...
If you have ever watched TV ads about latest machines that will "magically" reveal your abs...
15). Why You Don’t Need Fitness Personal Trainers – A Fitness Trainer Tells All By : Chris Chew
A personal trainer spills the beans on why you need not hire fitness trainers to get the body you want.
16). Reasons For Choosing a Martial Arts Program By : Barney Garcia
There are as many reasons as there are people for choosing a martial arts program. Some people want to be able to defend themselves in any given situation, they want to become fitter, they want to boost self esteem or any combination of the three. The hard part is how to choose a particular program when there are so many to choose from.
17). Do You Know How To Prevent A Hand Or Wrist Injury? By : Julian Hall
Do you engage in playing bowling, golf, tennis, table tennis,weight training or working on a PC all day? If the answer “YES”, you are at a risk of a hand or wrist injury.
18). Getting Your Kicks By : Melih Oztalay
"Not only can cardio kickboxing pack a knockout punch for your fitness goals, but judging by the expressions on the faces of its participants, the activity is also a knee-slapping good time."
19). Changing the Way We Think When we Quit Smoking By : Mike Durand
If smoking is something you use to help you cope with stress,
20). What is Self Mastery? – Part 3 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
The next large component of self-mastery is mental health, and this is much trickier than physical health, due to many pitfalls that affect the mind along the way.
21). Arthritis is a Growing and Painful Problem By : Mike Freemen
Arthritis can be a painful and even debilitating disease. This article provides some tips for preventing adn treating this common ailment.
22). Is BMI-Body Mass Index Calculation An Accurate Measure Of Obesity? By : Chris Chew
Body mass index calculation result recommended by WHO may not be accurate for all ethnic groups.
23). Where Did All the Low-Carb Diets Go? By : Mike Singh
With all the emphasis on low-carb diets that made the news for so long, it seems that the emphasis on low-carb is not as prevalent as it once was. Why is this? Where did the low-carb diets go?
24). Yoga - The Solution for Insomnia By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
If you are continually staying awake over trivial matters, these solutions will aid you to get a good night’s rest. Remember - not every solution will work for everyone, so try the easiest ideas and make them fit into your lifestyle.
25). How Sweat Rids The Body Of Toxins By : Gregg Hall
The sweat lodge has been used by the indigenous population of the Americas all the way from the Eskimos south to the Mayans. Sweat lodges were used for everything from cure for illness and aching muscles to ridding oneself of evil spirits.
26). How to Become a Great Basketball Player By : Kyle Oxenham
Learn some tips and exercises to become a better basketball player.
27). Practice Yoga with the Best of Intentions By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Of course, you practice Yoga with the best of intentions. Now, your thinking, doesn’t everyone practice, learn, and teach Yoga with the best of intentions? In a few words: No, they do not.
28). The Formula for Preventing Depression By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
While it is arguable that depression is not always preventable, there are many cases, when using the following ideas, will keep you in good spirits - most of the time.
29). How To Build Big Defined Calf Muscles? Your Calf Muscle Is Stubborn By : Chris Chew
Your calf muscles are one of the most difficult muscles to build. Here is why and how to build calf muscles.
30). What is Self Mastery? - Part 1 By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Self Mastery, alone, sounds like a selfish term; but if you cannot help yourself, you will have limited ability to help others. Self mastery is the ability to make the most out of your physical, mental, and spiritual health. In other words, to be the best you can be.
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