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Sweep Away Those Flabby Abs


By Jorge Cruise, LifeScript Fitness Coach
Thursday June 19, 2008

Household cleaning tools help you spiff up the home, but they can also be used as handy workout accessories! Built with light-weight materials and ergonomical grips, those household supplies you push across the floor can easily double as exercise equipment when youíre in a bind. Theyíre especially useful if youíre looking to bang out a fast workout while waiting for water to boil. Next time you have a few minutes of downtime in the kitchen, grab a broom or mop and try this easy exercise:

Step 1: Stand with your legs about 3 feet apart. Grip the ends of a broomstick and lay it across the back of your shoulders. Twist your body to one side as the starting position.


Step 2: With your chin up and abs squeezed tight, feather your breathing as you slowly twist to the other side through a count of 10 seconds.


Step 3: Return to the starting point through a count of 10 seconds.


Step 4: Repeat three times without resting. (Note: If you can do more than 4 reps, youíre not squeezing your abs hard enough throughout the exercise.)


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Smart Protein


By Jorge Cruise, LifeScript Fitness Coach
Saturday January 3, 2008

They say fish is brain food, and I say itís certainly a smart choice Ė for your muscles, that is! You need a healthy dose of daily protein to help create new lean muscle, and fish is one of the best protein sources around. Besides being a source of quality protein, certain types of cold-water fatty fish also contain beneficial levels of omega-3 fatty acids. Among their many benefits, these special fats have been shown to help reduce muscle soreness after a workout. Omega-3s also help boost your mood, reduce your appetite and give your skin a radiant glow. Which type of fish should you eat? I recommend you stick with wild salmon, which is very rich in omega-3s. Also, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, salmon is the least likely fish to contain contaminants such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and mercury, making it safe for consumption, especially by pregnant and nursing women.

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Where Will You End Up?


By Jorge Cruise, LifeScript Fitness Coach
Friday January 2, 2008

You hop in your car and start driving with no destination in mind. Where do you end up? Wherever the road and your last-minute impulses lead you, I suppose. Or maybe you end up right back where you started. You see, without a clear vision of where you want to go in life, youíre really going nowhere. Itís the same for your fitness goals. If you donít know what you want to accomplish, you will most likely fail in the long term. Yes, thatís a big statement to make, but I know itís the truth. People who achieve their goals follow their own road map to success. You need a plan, so get a pen and paper. There are three goals I suggest you set. First of all, what do you want to accomplish in the first two weeks of following your new plan? Next, what do you want to have accomplished at the end of eight weeks? Finally, you must have what I call a lifetime goal. Place these three goals on your refrigerator door to keep you on track. Review them each morning to ignite your drive throughout the next few weeks and remind yourself of exactly why youíre working so hard.

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It is very good diet tips for the brides to prepare for their wedding. Also useful tips for other people, those who want to be in diet. Thanks for sharing the information.
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