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The 7 Things That Healthy People Do

After a good amount of research we have compiled and condensed the habits of healthy people into what we feel to be a comprehensive list. These are the 7 things that truly healthy people do. We are not just talking about those who are "in shape" or "at an average weight"; we define healthy as mentally, physically, emotionally, and even spiritually well.

1. Sleep When you do not get enough sleep, every part of your existence suffers. You can't think as effectively, your body does not have enough energy to exercise and move throughout the day,

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Posted by cborgers on February 06, 2013 | Categories: Diet and Nutrition, Energy, Exercise, Health Concerns, Sleep, Weight Loss

7 Things You Have to Know to Get Healthy

1. Your bed is not going to sleep in itself. Recently, people have been working a lot more and sleeping a lot less. So much so, that some have actually changed the amount of sleep that is "normal" for their body from 8 hours to 6 hours. Give yourself a break, and get in bed.

2. Stretch as much as you can. When you are at home, sit on the ground and do some stretches, it will make you feel a lot better and can increase your flexibility. If you are at the gym, it is actually better to

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Posted by cborgers on November 12, 2012 | Categories: Diet and Nutrition, Exercise, Mental Health, Sleep, Stress

Stretching and Flexibility: 7 Tips

This is an article from Michael Esco on WebMD. I often see athletes and exercise enthusiasts stretching incorrectly, despite their good intentions. That can be risky, and no one wants to get injured. So here are seven suggestions to keep in mind when you start a stretching routine.

1. There is a difference between flexibility and stretching.

Flexibility refers to the range of motion for a given joint. The degree of flexibility that a person has is influenced by muscles and connective tissues, like

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Posted by cborgers on October 24, 2012 | Categories: Exercise, Weight Loss

Olympic Athlete’s Tips to Prevent Injuries

Many young athletes fantasize about making it to the Olympics and winning a gold medal.

Alex Morgan’s dreams came true when the U.S. soccer team beat Japan at the 2012 summer Olympics in London.

“I’ve watched the Olympics since I was a little girl, since I was 4 years old,” said Morgan, 23. “So, you know, it’s been a dream to me, to be standing on that medal stand and have someone put the gold medal around (my) neck.”

Morgan has been playing

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Posted by cborgers on September 24, 2012 | Categories: Exercise

Fitness First - Get Yourself to the Gym!

It is always nice to get some ideas on how to get ourselves into the gym. Here is a list from the Scottish Skim, a blog written by a young American woman who lives in Scotland. Check out her blog and enjoy!

After working a 9-5 (in my case 9:30-6), it can be hard to motivate yourself to head to the gym for a full on workout. For me, I’ve registered at a gym that is on my commute home, so I have to pass it

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Posted by cborgers on August 31, 2012 | Categories: Exercise

Why Be Healthy?

These excuses bring up a lot of interesting points about nutrition, supplementation, and exercise. Although the some are frustrating others can be dangerous. There are 600-800 muscles, 78 organs, 206 bones, and miles upon miles of veins in the human body. They all serve one purpose and that is to keep you alive and working properly. If you neglect your body, then your veins, muscles, organs, and bones cannot keep you healthy.

We aim to remind you the importance of living better, which could mean not eating fast food every week, going on a walk every once

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Posted by cborgers on August 20, 2012 | Categories: Exercise

Knee Problems

Here is a great article that we found at the Wood Farm Centre.

 

I am a private practitioner working in various clinics in Norfolk. I can often help with most muscular or skeletal problems you may have, whether due to an injury, wear and tear or postural. I can be contacted via email address below.

• The Knee joint                     • Common problems • Stay

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Posted by cborgers on August 08, 2012 | Categories: Exercise, Health Concerns, Joint Health

People with Cancer Need More Exercise

Here is a pretty interesting article that we found on Cooking with Kathy Man talking about exercise after being diagnosed with cancer.

“Doctors and nurses need to ‘bust the myth’ that cancer patients should simply rest to recover,” The Daily Telegraph has reported. It says that a charity has found only one in five cancer patients who have been through treatment have been told how regular physical activity could benefit them.

The Telegraph says that Macmillan Cancer Support has found that “only

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Posted by cborgers on August 05, 2012 | Categories: Exercise, Health News

“Geezer Fitness Blog”

We often ask the question: "how do people who have not worked out in 20 years start to get exercise again?" Well, how about you check out Geezer Fitness Blog and find the answer. He posts two workouts every day: one for beginners and one for intermediaries - all focused one people who just want to start exercising again. Check him out here.

 

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Posted by cborgers on August 03, 2012 | Categories: Exercise

Why Do We Fail at Our Fitness Goals?

The most aggravating thing in the world is when you are passionate about something and it just does not work out the way that you want it to. Fitness is a perfect example of this. Why do we fail, and can we fix the problem?

We don't have a plan. If we do not plan our meals and our exercises ahead of time, it is very hard to be successful. Ultimately, one bad meal or one bad workout can turn into a completely lost diet. We don't accept help. "I don't think I

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Posted by cborgers on August 02, 2012 | Categories: Exercise

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