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August 2015

Health and Fitness,

Lose the Pooch! The Best Exercises for Lower Abs

Lose the Pooch The Best Exercises for Lower Abs2 Lose the Pooch! The Best Exercises for Lower Abs

The term “lower abs” is actually a misnomer—your rectus abdominis muscle, or abdominal wall, actually covers your entire midsection and connects at your pelvis. Still, women (and men!) are constantly searching for exercises that will help eliminate that dreaded lower-belly pooch. (We got your attention, right?) And now the search is over! Most of these effective exercises target multiple abdominal muscles, so you’ll maximize your belly-burn with every rep.Read More

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How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight

How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight How to Get Rid of Acne Overnight

A lot people face acne problems and want a quick solution, especially those who are tired of continuous appearance of acne on their face. Acne takes place for several reasons. Mostly, the excessive secretion of sebum is the main cause of this problem. Other reasons include unhealthy eating habits and excessive stress and sleeping disorder. You can prevent the acne problem by avoid dust, cleansing the skin thoroughly and taking care of your diet.Read More

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5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly

5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly 5 Best Exercises To Torch Your Flabby Belly

We know that there’s no great magic to achieving the perfect 6 pack, but rather it’s about a lot of hard work and clean eating. We also know that no matter how badly we’d like to believe otherwise, there’s no such thing as spot training.
This doesn’t mean, however, that you shouldn’t be working out your abdominal muscles on a regular basis. They make up a very significant part of your core and if they aren’t engaging then you are doing yourself a big disservice.
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27 No-Equipment Exercises You Can Do At Home

27 No Equipment Exercises You Can Do At Home 27 No Equipment Exercises You Can Do At Home

We’ve all heard people say they can’t work out because they don’t have time to go to the gym or they don’t have any equipment. Well, no more excuses! You can get a full-body workout doing bodyweight exercises–no equipment required. “Squats, push-ups, and other moves that use only your own weight for resistance can be done anywhere and provide a great workout in a small amount of space,” says Michelle Mason, ACE-certified personal trainer at Uplift Studios in New York City.

In addition to being convenient, bodyweight exercises build muscle, boost your metabolism, and burn calories. For a full body workout, combine upper and lower body exercises into a circuit, for example, squats, lunges, push-ups, glute bridges, and then planks. Do one movement after another with little rest in between to keep your heart rate up, suggests Mason. (Search: What is my target heart rate?) For best results, do 20 reps or 30 to 60 seconds each.

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