Learn One of the Keys to Sticking with Any Effort

Chris Fitness of ChrisFitnessWeb.com delivers a some timely workout advice. What does it take to lose weight, or gain muscle, or simply tone up? Diet + Hard Work + Consistency + this…

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African Americans Lead the Field in High Blood Pressure. Here’s what to do…

African Americans are genetically at a greater risk of developing High Blood pressure (hypertension) than other racial groups. Poor diet, high stress levels and increased salt intake are some of the factors that may lead to African Americans leading the Pack as far as High blood Pressure is concerned.

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How to Eat Sexy: Increased Metabolism = Increased Fat Burning!

WHAT IS YOUR METABOLISM? Simply put, your metabolism is responsible for converting food you consume into fuel and energy for the body to use. Your metabolic rate is the rate at which your metabolism converts food into fuel and energy for your body. As we all age, our metabolisms begin to slow down. This Decline starts around the age of 30 and really dips after 40 if you don’t do something about it.

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How to make your Abs POP

Would you like to get your midsection back in line? Here’s how.

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[Fitness] Chris Fitness Tip of the Week – Eat More, Burn Fat

Chris Fitness stopped by Roundup Radio to drop on us his health and fitness tip of the week. This time: We need to eat MORE in order to burn more fat. Want to know why? Press Play…

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[Chris Fitness] Eating Before Training

Not eating before exercise has to be one of the most common mistakes that uninformed exercisers make. Here’s what to eat and why.

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60 Seconds toward dropping your gut!

Our friend Chris Fitness wants you to live a longer, happier, healthier life. Here’s a quick entry designed to put you on the road toward those washboard abs or simply reduce back pain.

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Why Stretching Should be a Part of your Routine!

Want to add another way to relieve stress? Try STRETCHING.

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