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Exercises and Workouts – Three Tips For Better Foam Rolling

Foam rolling was once a technique used by professional athletes and coaches. Nowadays it is an everyday practice for people at all levels of fitness. So as you go about your recovery strategies after working out, one of the main techniques you may want to consider utilizing is foam rolling. It is now one of…

Exercises and Workouts – Figuring Out The Best Type of Squat For You

As you hit the gym to improve your fitness level which in turn will then improve your blood sugar sensitivity and go on to enhance your Type diabetes management, you will want to consider adding squats as one of the main exercises you choose to complete. Few other tasks are going to be as beneficial…

Why There Are No Fat Vampires

Ever wonder why you never see fat vampires at the movies? Aside from all of the teenage vampire love stories and the exotic Hollywood vampires with European accents, I have yet to see any over-weight vampires. (OK, maybe that really big one in the first Blade movie with Wesley Snipes.) Even the real crazy, ugly…

Exercises and Workouts – Four Smart Moves For A Faster Body

When most people hit the gym, they have goals in mind like improving their strength, burning fat, or increasing their muscularity. But what about speed? If you are an athlete or even if you are just an everyday individual, improving your speed should be a goal no matter what gym routine you go through or…

Phantom of the Opera’s Fitness Routine

What made the Phantom of the Opera such a scary dude? His disfigurement was creepy enough. But, nothing like his speed, strength and murderous intent. Created in 1910, by crime reporter, Gaston Leroux, the phantom was inspired when he reported on a dead body found under an opera house. The Phantom was not just another…