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31). Elliptical Trainer Machine Reviews  By : Susan Dean
The use of elliptical trainer machine reviews is a great thing. First of all, the machines themselves are outstanding because they can give you an excellent workout, one that is safe for your waistline as well as your joints, and they are relatively affordable compared to many home gyms.

32). How Can Achilles Tendonitis Be Prevented  By : Julian Hall
Achilles tendon is located on the back of your leg at the bottom end. It is a thick band of fiber connecting the Gastrocnemius muscle and the heel bone.

33). Listen to Suggestions  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
As a customer of any service or product - how do you feel when your Email is ignored, your voice mail message is never answered, and you don’t get any feedback or concern, at all, from customer service? We all feel the same – nobody likes to be ignored. The shame of all this is that customer service is getting worse on a global scale.

34). Mesothelioma: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention and Lawsuits  By : David Arnold Livingston
What is Mesothelioma? Mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer that grows on the mesothelium, the membrane or protective sac that surrounds the various organs of the body.

35). Canopy Tanning Beds Offer The Advantages Of Mobility, Efficiency, And Price  By : Jon Butt
Come take a moment to enter my world. It’s probably a lot like yours, actually. A house with a few bedrooms, furniture collected from all over the place, kids and toys galore, and a small corner for you. But with all our stuff around, how can we find the space to enjoy a new tanning bed?

36). Causes of Canker Sores  By : Charles Kassotis
Canker sores may not be a serious condition, but they do require care and occasional medication. Find out what you can do to prevent and treat them at home.

37). Low Impact Cardio - Let Low-Impact Exercise Have a High Impact on Your Fitness Endeavors  By : Melih Oztalay
Contrary to that silly slogan that seems a favorite among the fitness crowd, no pain does not necessarily translate into no gain. In fact, there are various other exercise alternatives that are completely merciful on your joints while providing you with results.

38). Fitness Training  By : Hans Hasselfors
People all over the world are becoming more and more health conscious, the priority has been shifting from everything else to the fact that the most important thing in life, is to keep oneself in shape and fit, to enjoy things in life.

39). The Truth About Vinyasa Yoga  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
When used for personal health maintenance, Vinyasa Yoga is the ultimate cross training system, with low impact movement, aerobic, and muscle toning benefits. Your body will go through an incredible transformation, but it does require determination. This explains why Vinyasa Yoga attracts so many type A personalities.

40). Meditate to Unlock Your Hidden Potential – Part 1  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Meditation is often misunderstood by those who do not practice it. Very often, I hear meditation referred to as, “altered states of consciousness.” That sounds more like intoxicants, rather than bringing clarity to a cluttered mind. Without going too deep into what meditation is, or is not, let’s focus on one of the many things a daily meditation practice can do for you.

41). How To Measure Body Fat|Best Body Weight Management Method?  By : Chris Chew
How to measure your body fat more accurately for your weight management program.

42). Fitness In Five Minutes A Day?  By : Steven Barnes
An essay on "Greasing the Groove" possibly the most efficient exercise protocol in the world.

43). How Long Does It Take To Lose Weight | Lose Fats  By : Chris Chew
Ever wonder how long does it take to reduce weight and lose body fat? Your answer may be found here.

44). How to Avoid Weight Gain When Stopping Smoking  By : Mike Durand
One reason weight gain occurs during an attempt to stop smoking is due to the desire for something to replace cigarettes. This may occur at a psychological level, as the need for rewards or treats, or as a behavioral issue, feeling at a loss without the action or activity of smoking.

45). Optimum Fitness for Middle Age – Part 2  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
You should always exercise smart, not hard, and you should never push any joint to lock out. By exercising for longevity you want to maintain your body, prevent injury, and take care of any previous injuries.

46). How To Get Big Biceps And Add Inches To Your Biceps  By : Chris Chew
Step by step guide to add inches onto your biceps and stimulate bicep muscles to peak.

47). Controlling Allergens in Your Home  By : Charles Kassotis
If someone in your family has allergies, learn what you can do to reduce exposure to potential allergens at home by eliminating dust, preventing dust mite buildup, and circulating fresh air.

48). Acupressure to Stop Smoking  By : Mike Durand
This approach may prove beneficial to smoking cessation in a number of ways. By strengthening the body’s natural processes acupressure may help flush out toxins, thereby alleviating the discomfort of withdrawal from nicotine or other harmful substances.

49). Choosing Quality Triathlon Sunglasses  By : Mike Herman
If you are in the market to find a pair of quality triathlon sunglasses , consider a host of factors before you make your purchase.

50). Walking - Why Walking Could Be the Solution to Your Fitness Dilemma  By : Melih Oztalay
Walk, don’t run, to your local fitness store and try on a pair of walking shoes. For cardiovascular fitness, there isn’t an activity that’s more sensitive to the wear and tear of your body than a stroll through the park.

51). Optimum Fitness for Middle Age – Part 1  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Your family physician, photographs, and mirrors, won’t make excuses for you. Some people label it, “middle age spread” or “battle of the bulge,” but how do you regain control of this uphill battle?

52). Gym Etiquettes - Workout Ethics In Gym  By : Chris Chew
If you do not want to get yelled at when working out in the gym, you will want to know these gym ethics.

53). Are Your Bones Too Brittle?  By : Charles Kassotis
Don’t take chances with your health. Find out how to know if you have brittle bones, and then determine what you can do about it.

54). Objective Meditations: What is Reality?  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Is reality a projection from within the mind, or is it an “altered lens” into the outside world? Let’s look at the altered lens theory first. Obviously, we are not all looking at the world with the same lens or viewpoint.

55). Realistic Expectations for Chair Yoga Students  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
The first thing you will gain from a Chair Yoga class is knowledge. The concepts of good health, longevity, and making the most of your life right now, are powerful tools taught in every style of Yoga.

56). What is Self Mastery? - Part 2  By : Paul M. Jerard Jr.
Some of my clients have literally shed weight away with regular use of an elliptical trainer, Yoga classes, and a moderate diet.

57). Keep Your Colon Clean  By : Charles Kassotis
Eat a balanced diet and drink plenty of water to keep your colon in good working order and help reduce the risk of cancer.

58). Diabetes Management Tips  By : Charles Kassotis
Keep your diabetes in check to prevent escalating problems that can lead to serious complications

59). How To Choose Free Weights Or Machines For Your Workout To Build Bigger Muscles  By : Chris Chew
Ever wonder whether machines or free weights is better for building bigger muscles? Weigh the pros and cons here.

60). Mission Critical: Triathlon Training For Beginner Athletes  By : Mike Herman
If you are new to the wonderful sport and are a triathlon training beginner, welcome to a new and exciting chapter in your life! This competitive sport is a thrilling road race, bicycle tour, and swim meet all in one.

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