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***Life after a Kidney Transplant*** Before I began I want t unimarter UniMarter
***Life after a Kidney Transplant***

Before I began I want to share a little history before the transplant. I was born with deformed kidneys and when I was four I had to undergo reconstructive surgery however, this surgery and everything else that came after it lead to me having renal failure. When I was 19 years old I was told that my creatine level was 13 and I would have to start dialysis. For a normal person creatine is about 0.1 to 0.5 so, as your can see I was way up there. I was on dialysis for around 6 months before a wonderful man from my church donated his kidney to me.
I had my transplant on January 22, 2004 at the age of 19 two months before my 20th birthday. At first, I had minor rejection due to the fact that my immune system was higher than they had thought so; they put me on higher doses of medicines. I was taking 45 pills a day at that time. I stayed at the hospital for two and a half weeks having all sorts of tests done and to make sure I was no longer rejecting. I have to say having a transplant is nothing like I thought it would be there are many pros and cons to having a transplant. Please don't get me wrong I am so very grateful for being alive and for having this gift from God thru my donor. In this article I want to share with you some of the pros and cons that have occurred in my life.
I will start off with the pros of a kidney transplant. Of course the first pro is that I am alive and able to have plenty of time with my family and friends. The second pro is the fact that my kidneys do not hurt all the time. Thirdly, I no longer sleep for 20 hours a day which is what I was doing before and during dialysis. The fourth is that I no longer need dialysis; dialysis is done three days a week for three to four hours which is a long time of just sitting because you are unable to get up. An important pro to me is, I am now able to have children which I wasn't allowed to have before so I am extremely grateful for that I love children so much and can't wait to have some of my own one day. Lastly, I look healthier and feel a little better; however, feeling better doesn't happen all the time which leads me to my con list.
Again, let me say I am grateful and glad I had my transplant. My first con about my transplant is the fact that I have to take medication for the rest of my life and I can not forget it or be late at taking it otherwise I run a risk of rejecting. They set a time two times a day for you to take your pills and if you are late like say three hours you can not take your medication. Due to my medications I have gained thirty pounds which is my second con. I had been told when I was younger that I would lose weight once I had a transplant because my kidney's would be working and all the fluids would come off of me the medication also coz your face to have a bloated round shape to it which they call the moon face. Thirdly, I have a lower immune system which causes me to get sick very easily and this causes me not to be able to go school which I having been trying to for the last year and half but, I keep getting sick and having to quit because I can't catch up on the work. Fourthly, I have a huge scar on my stomach from where they put the kidney and my kidney sticks out because it is too big for my body which causes me some discomfort when wearing clothes because it feels like it is squishing it or causing it to move. My final con is that I now suffer from mild depression due to medication and have to take depression medication as well. Which works wonders everyone noticed a big change in me once I started taking it.

I hope I have given you some insight on transplants. I would recommend to anyone who needs a transplant to get one but to know that there are some downsides to having one. I feel very privilege to be one of the lucky few in the world to have gotten one. I want to thanks my family and my donor for supporting me through everything.

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***Why 50% of Personal Trainers Suck*** I can feel the fists unimarter UniMarter
***Why 50% of Personal Trainers Suck***

I can feel the fists clamping and the teeth grinding as I write this. I can see the eyes slither up as if an un-welcomed cousin has entered the party. I can hear the whispers and the ?whatevers? under everyone?s breaths. Well...if you are still interested in reading this, its because you want to stand apart from the 125,000 new fitness professionals that join the ranks every year, and hopefully, you don?t want to be one of the 25,000 that quit after 1 year.In my opinion, you are going to continue reading this because you want to hear what I have to say. And who they hell am I you may ask? I am a lot of things....an observer, a student, a teacher, a leader, and a friend. I am a professional, an educator, and a coach. I remember being asked what I did for living years ago and replying, ?I?m a personal trainer?, and everyone kinda looking at me like I had 3 heads.?You mean you show people how to use those machines???....Mmmmm, close....I help fat people get skinny and I help slow people run faster, and I help scared people be brave...and I help weak people be stronger, and I help diseased people become healthy?.So, being labeled a personal trainer has come around over the last 3-4 years. Being one is not as foreign as it used to be when I first started out. Of course, they?re those that started out before me. Oh, yeah...they were called Biff, Zach, and Lance. They were the biggest guys in the gym with the darkest tans, and the highest Ottomix shoes around. They wore bandanas, belts, and earrings in the gym. They smelled like protein and they had more weightlifting gloves than some women had shoes. Some were old too...frequently telling me stories of feats past?big benches, big deads, big squats....torn pecks, bad backs, and messed up knees.So these guys eventually fizzled out and a new breed of trainers came around. These trainers came out of college with degrees and athletic backgrounds. These new trainers came out of aerobics rooms and sought out certifications. These new trainers rose up out of the dungy gyms and became students of the game. These new trainers used what they learned in books and did research on themselves. They understood the function of the hamstring in a lunge is to decelerate the movement....they understood the function of the rotator cuff...they understood that cardiovascular performance was directly related to functional capacity. These new trainers even looked professional. They wore khaki?s, polo and golf shirts, dress shoes, and had smiles. These new trainers practiced what they preached because they learned in their own trainings; they learned in athletics; they learned in step classes; and they learned through trial and error. These trainers had a passion to share the knowledge they obtained with the average joe and once they were able to help their first client...a confidence was born. These trainers understood that their passion was becoming their bread and butter. These trainers began to understand selling their services was part of the game and they wanted to market their success to more and more clients. They understood they can achieve longevity in this field, rather which assuming it was a short term career detour. They made money! They helped people lose weight! They helped the weak become stronger, and the youths become more athletic. They wore the distinct ?Trainer? label on their shirts and they carried their own business cards! Soon, word of mouth was the best sales tactic they could use...client were referring friends and family! Results were being noted everywhere?in the gym, at family reunions, at church gatherings, in public, and in homes!But then ?they ?came...Yes, then the ones that had little or no experience came in. The ones that wanted all the glamour without working for it. The ones that thought their time was too valuable and demanded to be paid more. The ones that followed all the false prophet magazines. The ones that felt they were destined to be trainers.I wrote this article because in 6 years of direct personal training and 3 years of direct management of personal trainers, I have had the opportunity to interview 43 ?wanna-be? trainers in my career. Some were destined to be good trainers and I hired them, some were destined to waste my time. I have the opportunity to instruct classes on personal trainers in community colleges in Connecticut and each year, I meet over 100 new people wanting to become a personal trainer. I workout in 4 different clubs 3 times a week and I have the opportunity to observe trainers in action. I teach workshops on advanced strength training techniques for trainers 4 times a year and have the opportunity to speak to trainers in their first year ?on the job?. I talk and I listen, and I realize that 50% of the trainers fail. Here are my top 5 reason why:1.) Trainers Think Their Time is TOOO valuable.
This one perturbs me to no end. Since when is your time to valuable to help someone? Many trainers charge up to $100 an hour for their time! I?m sorry but I would never pay anyone $100 for anything. Trainers tend to set their price based on what ?more important things they could be doing at the time of the session? (playing with the kids, watching that DVD, making dinner, going out shopping, etc), rather than setting their price based on their level of expertise and background. Too many trainers want the Ferrari as soon as they get the driver?s license. I detail this in my book ?Secret Skills of Personal Training??in order to achieve longevity in this field, you have to position yourself to ?service others?. Personal training is not a self-serving career. You help others...you give yourself to others, you sacrifice crappy hours, and dealing with different personality types to help others. The time of the less fortunate (or less healthy in this case) is more valuable than ours...because they don?t have as much left as we do.2.) Everyone Wants to Be a Trainer
This one I can feel for. Some people develop a desire to help others. I truly understand that testament to help another human in an unfavorable condition. But...just like everyone is not meant to be a doctor, lawyer, and astronaut?neither is everyone meant to be a personal trainer just because you went through the Express line at your local gym for 12 weeks and lost 14 pounds. That doesn?t make you a professional. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be something in life...but to be good at what you do in this field is what separates you from everyone else.3.) Millionaires Grant Everyone Permission to Call Themselves Trainers
Okay...over the last 2 years there has been an incredible influx of personal training studios, boot camps, websites, and products. This saturation has caused harm in the personal training industry. Many of these personal trainers are encouraged to market themselves and develop half-assed programs. Are they purposely developing half-assed programs? No...but that is the level of competence out there because they are focused more on making a buck through marketing and easy cash. So THEY are making tons of money off of these newbies. And potential clients don?t know the difference. And another detrimental effect of all of this is: newbies are great at advertising, developing websites, and using sales strategies; but when it comes to training a client....they suck! So the client is ?turned off? by the lack of experience, knowledge, professionalism, creativity, and responsibility by these newbies and guess what?
The field has been overly clogged with people wanting to share their services BEFORE they are actually good at them! ?Our field is labeled a JOKE!4.) Trainers Don?t Workout Themselves
I see this one from time to time. Trainers encouraging their clients to perform a one-arm , one leg standing cable row with rotation on a ? foam roller! Well....I?m not going to get in to the fact that they trainer may not know exactly why he or she is performing that exercise. But I will get into the fact that I know for a fact?just by looking at the trainer?that the trainer does not perform or cannot perform that exercise. Why do trainers do this? Is it because such an exercise is hard and we want our client to suffer, or is it because the exercise has a purpose? So many trainers are out of shape and not conditioned for the type of training they prescribe (power-lifting, HIIT, functional, etc, etc...) Well, guess what? It?s not only about being physically capable of performing the exercise, but it is more importantly about knowing ?where and how? to cue the exercise and understand the mental skills required to perform the exercise. That is why if you preach it, you should practice it!5.) Trainers Don?t Continue to Learn
I can?t say this enough. To be in the position of developing exercise programs for sedentary people that put they?re hard-earned money and trust into you is so important. teksty doctor doesn?t graduate school and start seeing patients---they perform a residency at a hospital...for years! Trainers must understand that this practice is more than holding a clipboard and counting reps...it is about understanding the human body and how it correlate to stresses your clients puts on it, and what physical stresses YOU put on it through exercise. An exercise program without modifications in its first 2 weeks is a joke to me. Any trainer that carries around the latest edition of Men?s Fitness during a session is a joke to me. Any trainer that cannot admit that they need assistance or need to refer out is a joke to me. I have met trainers that were certified in 1988 and have not learned anything new. Do you know how much fitness has evolved in just 3 years? Half of today?s trainers do not put the time, effort, and money into continuing education, seminars, or instructional books and videos. They want to make money and not invest in their skills or experience. Imagine this: If I sold you a computer with 2.5 Intel Pentium Processor for $1200, wouldn?t you be upset if you turned around and saw the same price tag on a computer with 4.0 Intel Pentium Processor? You would want the faster computer because you were getting more for your money! Well, sorry to say, not every client is getting the most for their dollars. Some are paying trainers based on their looks, sales tactics, or not knowing what they are getting themselves into.I don?t mean for this article to offend anyone. I look at this article as a challenge for you to step it up. Personal training can be a dog-eat-dog career choice and if your intentions are placed correctly, you can enjoy a long successful career in it. Don?t let this article discourage you , but let it awaken the original reasons why you want to be a trainer.

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***What is NLP anyway?*** Aren?t you curious to know how tho unimarter UniMarter
***What is NLP anyway?***

Aren?t you curious to know how those few, select individuals in the world can be so much more successful at what they do than the many? Success is of course a label, it means something different to each one of us, whether achieved by mowing a lawn, riding a motorcycle, or being the CEO of a major corporation, success is measured by the individual on how well they have done. Success in one particular subject may be of high favor to one, while another might prefer something completely different. This is where the studies of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, NLP and Hypnotherapy come into play.NLP, or Neuro-Linguistic Programming, is a study of how we structure our thinking, react to the world around us, and experience every situation we encounter, as well as how we communicate what we know to others and indeed ourselves. NLP creates and uses models of success from many of the most successful minds and geniuses in the world. It has allowed us to ?map out" how the few think, act and communicate while comparing and contrasting it to the many. By doing so, methods and techniques have been developed to change the thinking process as well as the behaviors of those who practice.For example, let?s say that you have an underlying phobia of spiders and you have no idea where it came from. For as long as you can remember, the mere thought of a spider makes you cringe, or maybe even scream. Why, then, is it that there are those few individuals who have a pet tarantula that they take out of its tank and play with on a daily basis? This is how the models are created, by getting deep into the unconscious of those select few and finding out how their mind works regarding spiders so that the many with the phobia can be helped.NLP allows us to ?try on? a number of ?presuppositions". Much like affirmations, they are simple, positive reinforcements that focus on the basics of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, such as communication and the thinking process. ?There is no such thing as failure-only feedback" is one such useful presupposition. Believing in failure can be damaging, rather than learning from the feedback of projects that don?t work out. If we take the feedback, we know what not to do next time round.Another presupposition of NLP is that all humans have within them the power to heal and avoid, or combat sickness and disease. NLP allows us to tap into this portion of our unconscious minds ? the part of our mind that takes care of us and looks after functions such as breathing, movement etc. Imagine how difficult it would be to consciously breathe all day and all night whilst trying to do everything else that we do?Hypnotherapy also allows us to access our unconscious minds and is exceptionally useful for helping us to stop smoking, get over a traumatic event, enable us to feel motivated or confident for example. Modern day Hypnotherapy can be relayed through storytelling and / or symbolism to help you communicate with your unconscious mind, allowing different, powerful options to come and go freely. By tapping into your own imagination, you will be able to utilise your positive strengths to get past where you are, ending up where you want to be.Both NLP and Hypnotherapy are yielding positive outcomes for many when they are used separately, and even greater results when practiced concurrently.Toby McCartney recommends that you visit http: / / www.w1nlp.com for more information on NLP and Hypnotherapy Training. If you like what you are reading you can contact WestOne NLP Training on 01438 368999 for more information or email them at: training@w1nlp.com.Toby McCartney recommends that you visit http: / / www.w1nlp.com for more information on NLP and Hypnotherapy Training. If you like what you are reading you can contact WestOne NLP Training on 01438 368999 for more information or email them at: training@w1nlp.com.

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***The Value Of Sleep*** Getting the right amount of sleep i unimarter UniMarter
***The Value Of Sleep***

Getting the right amount of sleep is essential for a long life and personal effectiveness. Yet in today?s ever-changing, fast-paced, and often pressure packed world making sure you get the right amount of sleep every day is rarely a concern.If you don?t get enough sleep your work suffers. In fact, every single study in the area of health shows that you will be far more productive if you get the right amount of sleep. Insufficient sleep makes you feel cranky, dysfunctional, and even depressive.The administrators of these health studies often recommend that you not only need the right amount of sleep each night but you should also to include time for a nap every day. Our bodies benefit from taking a nap. In fact, studies conducted by the National Sleep Foundation show that our biological systems are programmed for a midday rest, which might account for the common post-lunch slump that people often experience.Most people today work at least eight hours and day and usually more, therefore they don?t have time for midday naps, but part-time employees and those on flexible schedules should take a nap if they can. If you?re working a full time work schedule then you should try to grab a nap on the weekends.History books tell us that our forefathers probably slept through the night, hunted in the early morning, then escaped the midday heat by napping in a shady spot. Mexican workers make time for a midday nap or siesta and have a very productive work day. Unfortunately for the American workers because of everyday demands taking a nap during the day has become a not only a thing of the past but a sign of weakness or even laziness if you do it.Taking a nap relaxes your body, improves your mood, clears your mind, and offers a break from the stressful pace of life. Studies show that an afternoon nap may also help you by-pass heart disease. These studies show that, people living in countries where taking an afternoon nap is customary show a significantly lower rate of heart attacks and coronary disease.It is also important to get a good night?s rest. Researchers have found that the internal chemicals that trigger slow-wave sleep also rouse the immune system into action. These chemicals defend the body against viral and bacterial infections, and maybe even cancer. Even though the body is conserving energy during sleep it is also busy repairing tissues, renewing itself.The brain too requires sleep. It rarely relaxes when we?re awake. Even though our subconscious mind continues to work while we sleep and we often have restless dreams, sleeping is still a relaxing time for our conscious mind.If you?re irritable, listless, or low on energy, consider adding nap to your schedule. Make sure you get seven to eight house of sleep every night, but don?t go over eight hours because too much sleep is not good for you and can be counterproductive. Try hot baths before bed, and exercise in the morning as opposed to the evening.Millions of people suffer from insomnia because they worry at night about all the things they have to do the following day. Much of this needless worry at night can be corrected by simply planning for the next day before you go to sleep. Spend five or ten minutes before you go to sleep writing down all the things you need to do the next day. Go over your daily planner and write down everything you have to do starting with the most important to the least important. Write down your goals and the problems you have to solve.The act of writing out your entire day before you go to sleep will usually take the worries away from you conscious mind, allowing you to sleep more soundly and allow your subconscious mind to go to work on solving your problems and achieving your goals. When you wake up in the morning, you will often have insights and ideas that you can use to make solve your problems and make your goals a reality.When you?re fully rested, eating well, and exercising properly you?ll become a more positive, optimistic, and cheerful person. You will wake up in the morning with a feeling that there is nothing you cannot do if you put your mind to it.Copyright?2006 by Joe Love and JLM & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide.Joe Love draws on his 25 years of experience helping both individuals and companies build their businesses, increase profits, and achieve total success. He is the founder and CEO of JLM & Associates, a consulting and training organization, specializing in personal and business development. Through his seminars and lectures, Joe Love addresses thousands of men and women each year, including the executives and staffs of many businesses around the world, on the subjects of leadership, achievement, goals, strategic business planning, and marketing. Joe is the author of three books, Starting Your Own Business, Finding Your Purpose In Life, and The Guerrilla Marketing Workbook.Reach Joe at: joe@jlmandassociates.comRead more articles and newsletters at: http: / / www.jlmandassociates.com

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***Metabolic And Endocrine Adaptations To Resistance Training*** unimarter UniMarter
***Metabolic And Endocrine Adaptations To Resistance Training***

The role of this literature review was to investigate the metabolic and endocrine effects of resistance training and the implications this has for health.The majority of the literature on this topic that was found was in relation to the metabolic effect of resistance training on insulin sensitivity. This was mainly due to the fact that insulin resistance is a growing problem and growing at an increasingly rapid rate. The literature on the topic shows some very positive results in regards to insulin resistance and resistance training. Further studies showed positive results with conditions such as sarcopeania and general muscle wastage in the elderly.Testosterone
Firstly we will look at Resistance trainings effect on testosterone. It has been shown through many studies that the resting levels of testosterone remain the same after a progressive resistance training program. However subjects in most studies who had an initially higher level of testosterone seemed to experience greater muscular hypertrophy gains than those who began the studies with a lower initial testosterone concentration. teksty study by Kamel (2003), and found that free testosterone index, IGF-1, and physical activity were strong predictors of muscle mass and strength. The mechanisms by which testosterone increases muscle strength are not yet clear. One likely theory is that testosterone exhibits some of its effect on muscle through IGF-1.Resistance training has been shown to increase the expression of androgen receptors in certain muscles, of which the trapezius seems to be the most responsive, Kadi, Bonnerud, Eriksson et al (2000). However little effect of this was shown in other muscles such as the vastus lateralis.
As muscle wastage through inactivity is noted as individuals age it too may be related to a decline in there testosterone levels. teksty decline in testosterone levels with aging has been observed by both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. Although there is great inter-individual variability in testosterone and bioavailable testosterone levels with advancing age, half of healthy men between the ages of 50 and 70 years will have bioavailable testosterone levels below the lowest levels seen in healthy men between the ages of 20 and 40. This age-related decline in testosterone is due to a combination of hypothalamic-pituitary and testicular failure Kamel (2003). This will in turn exacerbate an increased muscle tissue loss and lead to many secondary conditions such as sarcopeania Kamel (2003).Growth Hormone
Resistance training has been shown to cause an acute rise in Growth hormone levels, however resting levels remain unchanged. Many stresses on the body, both mental and physical cause an acute increased growth hormone level. However these levels tend to return to normal usually within a half hour of ceasing resistance training Erhnborg (2003). Growth hormone is another potent anabolic hormone which exhibits its major effects also through its action on resting IGF-1 levels.Secretion of growth hormone is controlled by growth hormone-releasing hormone (GnRH) and growth hormone-inhibiting hormone (somatostatin) released from the hypothalamus. Growth hormone has skeletal growth effects and additional effects such as increasing cartilage growth. GH achieves its indirect growth-promoting actions by acting principally on the liver and other tissues which in turn release somatomedins (insulin-like growth factor 1-IGF-I and 2 IGF-2). The somatomedins act synergistically with thyroid hormones promoting indirect growth Jenkins (2001).
In its skeletal growth effects GH acts through IGF's on both in bone growth and in cartilage growth. In its extra skeletal effects GH also acts through IGF's on tissue growth and cellular differentiation of hormone actions. The somatomedins in turn provide negative feedback to both the hypothalamic and pituitary in controlling growth hormone releasing and inhibiting hormone, and growth hormone release from the anterior pituitary gland. Growth hormone has direct growth promoting actions. Its direct growth promoting actions are achieved in conjunction with cortisol.
Exercise as well as other factors has been shown to increase levels of GH in turn stimulating IGF-I levels. However these secretion levels are influenced by type, intensity and duration of exercise, together with the training status of the individual (Ehrnborg, Bengtsson, Ros?n, 2000). And usually return to normal resting levels within approximately 10 - 30 minutes of ceasing exercise Pyka, Wiswell & Marcus (1992).Inconsistent findings for resting Te and IGF-1
IGF-1 and physical activity are strong predictors of muscle mass and strength. There is evidence from studies suggests that testosterone increases both IGF-1 and its binding protein.Insulin
Some of the most positive studies with regards to the endocrine system and resistance training have been with regards to insulin. Resistance training or exercise in general has been shown to have the acute effect of lowering secretion of insulin due to the bodies need for increased levels of glucose. Resistance training has been shown in numerous studies to decrease peripheral insulin resistance. This finding has huge implications for sufferers of conditions of syndrome X and type II diabetes.
It has been found that older individuals who vigorously train on a regular basis exhibit a greater glucose tolerance and a lower insulin response to a glucose challenge than sedentary individuals of similar age and weight Ivy (1996).Ivy (1996) showed that improvements in insulin resistance and glucose tolerance with exercise training are highly related to an increased skeletal muscle insulin action. The increased insulin action is associated with an increase in the insulin-regulatable glucose transporters, GLUT4, and enzymes that are responsible for the phosphorylation, storage and oxidation of glucose.Syndrome X is the metabolic syndrome is characterized by a group of metabolic risk factors in one person. They include:
Central obesity (excessive fat tissue in and around the abdomen)
Atherogenic dyslipidemia (blood fat disorders -- mainly high triglycerides and low HDL cholesterol -- that foster plaque buildups in artery walls)
Raised blood pressure (130 / 85 mmHg or higher)
Insulin resistance or glucose intolerance (the body can't properly use insulin or blood sugar)
Prothrombotic state (e.g., high fibrinogen or plasminogen activator inhibitor [-1] in the blood)
Proinflammatory state (e.g., elevated high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in the blood)
The underlying causes of this syndrome are overweight / obesity, physical inactivity and genetic factors. People with the metabolic syndrome are at increased risk of coronary heart disease, other diseases related to plaque build-ups in artery walls (e.g., stroke and peripheral vascular disease) and type II diabetes.
Subjects undergoing resistance training improved many of the abnormalities
associated with this metabolic syndrome: namely glucose intolerance, hyperinsulinemia, abdominal adiposity, hypertension, and hypertriglyceridemia, Castaneda (2002). These results show positive signs for the inclusion of resistance training in the treatment of many other medical conditions. These results with regard to syndrome X show that resistance training maybe a lot more beneficial than it has been regarded in the past.Resistance trainings effects on the body's regulation of glucose seem to occur in more than one way. Skeletal muscle is the primary reservoir for glucose. As insulin is release it binds with the muscle receptor and glucose up taken by muscle, in turn this lowers blood glucose levels. Here, at the muscle is where the majority of the effect of resistance training is taking place.
Firstly through resistance training an increased muscle mass is achievable, or alternatively with the elderly a decreases catabolic muscle break down. Due to this more or a constant capacity for storage of muscle glucose is available. Put simply, more muscle equals more potential for muscle glucose uptake.However this effect would be pointless should the muscle be irresponsive to the body's insulin, which is the case with syndrome X and type 2 diabetes.
Peripheral insulin resistance refers to the fact that insulin is continually released during times of elevated blood glucose, however due to underlying factors, it takes more and more of this insulin for the body to exhibit the same effect as in that of a health subject. Resistance training has been shown to increase the muscles responsiveness to insulin. teksty smaller does of insulin causes a greater response.The effects of resistance training on lipid metabolism are unclear. However, there is some evidence that it increases HDL cholesterol levels in normal subjects and lowers triglyceride and LDL cholesterol levels in type 2 diabetic subjects Willey (2003).Resistance training has also shown to have numerous other benefits such as promoting favourable energy balance and reduced visceral fat deposition through enhanced basal metabolism and activity levels while counteracting age and disease related muscle wasting. Resistance training improves insulin sensitivity and glycemic control, increases muscle mass, strength, and endurance and has positive effects on bone density, osteoarthritic symptoms, mobility impairment, self-efficacy, hypertension, and lipid profiles Willey (2003).It is also considered a lot more feasibly for people with these specific symptoms due to other underlying factors. Any type of exercise improves insulin resistance and has beneficial effects in preventing and treating type 2 diabetes. However, aerobic exercise is hindered, and may in fact be dangerous, in many type 2 diabetic patients because of advancing age, obesity, and other co morbid conditions. Weight lifting or resistance training offers a safe and effective exercise alternative for these people, Willey (2003). Exercise increases systemic and retinal blood pressure, but there is no evidence that it accelerates diabetic retinopathy either acutely or with chronic training.Overall resistance training seems to be the best form of exercise to aid in the treatment of both type II diabetes, and its closely related syndrome X.
Resistance training and the prevention of muscle wastage in the elderly
Sarcopeania, or age-related decline in muscle mass and function, is a recently recognized epidemic that constitutes a great threat to the functional independence and quality of life of older adults. This condition has been linked to functional disability, falls, decreased bone density, glucose intolerance, and decreased heat and cold tolerance in older adults. The occurrence of sarcopeania has been linked to decreased physical activity, malnutrition, increased cytokine activity, oxidative stress, and abnormalities in growth hormone and sex steroids. Options currently available for the management of sarcopeania are limited because the mechanisms involved in its development and progression are poorly understood. At the present time, resistance training is the best intervention to slow down or reverse the age-related decline in muscle mass or strength Kamel (2003). As has been shown earlier resistance training can positively alter some of these hormonal lackings and may be the most beneficial way in treating this disease.There is evidence to support that age-related decline in growth hormone and serum insulin-like growth factor-1 may contribute to the development of sarcopeania. Studies of GH-deficient adults have revealed important similarities with the changes in body composition frequently observed in older adults. Individuals deficient in GH have more adipose tissue and less fat-free mass when compared with age-matched controls. In addition, GH-deficient adults have a more central distribution of adiposity as measured by circumferences. This decline in GH and IGF-1 levels with aging is attributed to changes in the effect of the hypothalamic factors, somatostatin (SRIF) and growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH), on the pituitary gland Evans (1996).As well as a growth and other hormone levels declining myosin heavy-chain synthesis rate which is correlated with measures of muscle strength and circulating insulin-like growth factor I in men and women and free testosterone levels in men is shown to alter with age yet may change with resistance training. teksty decline in the rate of myosin heavy-chain synthesis implies decreased ability to remodel this important muscle contractile protein, which likely contributes to declining muscle mass and contractile function Evans (1996).Through a review of the literature with regards to the topic Metabolic and endocrine adaptations to resistance training: implications for health, I it has been shown that resistance training can alter acutely many hormones in the body whether through a down regulation or an acute increase which is shortly returned to normal. The levels of IGF-1 can be raised even at rest through the application of a resistance training program. This is a positive result for those looking to increase muscle mass as IGF-1 is a very potent anabolic hormone.Through this literature review it has been shown that health can be improved for those with both type II diabetes and the closely related syndrome X. Both of these conditions were shown to be positively affected by the implementation of a resistance training program.
Sarcopenia another disease related to muscle wastage and androgen levels is also positively treated with resistance training. As has been stated resistance training can help elevate resting IGF-1 levels which can combine to become one of the growth stimulators to combat this catabolic condition.
By increasing the muscle mass of these three populations we can positively affect their quality of life and decrease the incidence of the condition progressing further. With an increased muscle mass victims of sarcopenia can reduce the number of falls, through better limb control, which can lead to more serious complications. Through as greater muscle mass, diabetics can better self regulate there blood glucose levels and the secondary characteristics of syndrome X have been proven to be reduced.
References available on request.This and more related content can be found by contacting-www.revolutiononline.com.auReferences:? Balducci, Leonetti, Di Mario, Fallucca (2004). Is a Long-Term Aerobic Plus Resistance Training Program Feasible for and Effective on Metabolic Profiles in Type 2 Diabetic Patients? Diabetes Care Alexandria:Mar 2004. Vol. 27, Iss. 3, p. 841-842 (2 pp.? Borst, De Hoyos, Garzarelle, Vincent, Pollock, Lowenthal, and teksty Pollock 2001. Effects of resistance training on insulin-like growth factor-I and IGF binding proteins. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 33(4):648-653, April 2001.? Castaneda, Layne, Munoz-Orians, Gordon, et al (2002). teksty randomized controlled trial of resistance exercise training to improve glycemic control in older adults with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care Alexandria:Dec 2002. Vol. 25, Iss. 12, p. 2335-2341 (7 pp.)? Dunstan, Daly, Owen, Jolley, et al (2005). Home-Based Resistance Training Is Not Sufficient to Maintain Improved Glycemic Control Following Supervised Training in Older Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Care Alexandria:Jan 2005. Vol. 28, Iss. 1, p. 3-9 (7 pp.)References available at http: / / www.revolutiononline.com.au

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***Which of These 4 Personal Mobility Scooters Will You Own?*** unimarter UniMarter
***Which of These 4 Personal Mobility Scooters Will You Own?***

There are many makes and models of personal mobility scooters to choose from. Break them down and they fall into the 4 following categories of scooters. Here they are:1) Folding / Easily Transported Scooters: Your scooter won?t do you much good if you have to go onto a trip and can?t take it with you. That?s when this type of scooter comes into play. Usually this type of scooter can be disassembled into 3 or 4 pieces of lightweight parts ? making the scooter easily transportable. Able to fit into the trunk of most cars.2) Three-Wheeled Scooters: As the name implies, this scooter has 3 wheels instead of 4. And it usually has a maximum weight capacity of 300 to 500lbs. Offering comfort and durability, three-wheel scooters can get you where you want to go indoors and outdoors.3) Four-Wheeled Scooters: If you plan on mostly using your scooter outdoors, then a four-wheeled personal mobility scooter is probably right for you. Obviously because this type of scooter has four wheels instead of three, it?s much more stable. With bigger tires than three three-wheeler, it?s able to go as fast as 10 miles per hour.4) Heavy Duty Electrified Personal Mobility Scooters: This type of scooter can come with three or four wheels and can support a maximum weight capacity of 500 pounds.The type of personal mobility scooter you buy will depend upon several factors. Including weight of the user, whether the scooter will be used mostly indoors or outdoors and the amount of usage involved. Make sure you inform your salesperson of these factors. Don?t get talked into buying a scooter you don?t need.Written by the Mobility Scooter Review Team. Go to http: / / www.electric-mobility-scooter-reviews.com to see more free articles, tips and info. Updated weekly! This is the ultimate resource on mobility scooters.

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***Is Your Personal Environment Too Clean?*** Did you know i unimarter UniMarter
***Is Your Personal Environment Too Clean?***

Did you know it is actually possible to have too clean of a home? Did you realize that when your home environment is so clean that this can actually cause health issues? This is because the human body and immune system has been well adapted to live on the surface of the planet with all types of diseases, viruses and pathogens.Your immune system is well engineered and the human body is in engineering marvel. However, if your immune system never gets a workout because you live in a super clean environment then when your immune system does detect a slight irregularity or germ it goes ballistic and attacks that area. Sometimes it goes overboard and overkill and that means the immune system may also in up attacking normal healthy cells.That is kind of a bummer for the clean freak. Are you someone who likes to make sure that your home is completely clean and that your living environment is spotless? Many of us are and if you are like that you may actually be causing yourself and health risk. That is unfortunate indeed.It is amazing that the human body and the human immune system constantly needs something to be working on hand that when it has nothing it operates differently. This may be something that you and your family may wish to consider when cleaning your home; clean your home well, but do not make it into a clean room. Consider this in 2006.Lance Winslow - Online Think Tank forum board. If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net / wttbbs /

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***The Best Treatment Tips for Panic Attacks*** Mental healt unimarter UniMarter
***The Best Treatment Tips for Panic Attacks***

Mental health is one of the last frontiers in medicine because we can't measure the problem. To many of the problems are considered "in your head" that it's only now being recognized as an honest illness. I am a sufferer of depression and panic attacks. It takes everything I have everyday just to get up and be somewhat productive. Although everything appears to be well with my life, in reality it's a day to day existence with little thought of actually getting better. What I hope for is just getting through the day. It's in this spirit that I offer
the following suggestions. Remember that I'm not a medical doctor and everyone should seek treatment if only to validate that you're not crazy!Panic attacks come on at any time of the day or night. If you're ever been so scared and out of control, then you've probably had a taste of what a panic attack feels like to the typical sufferer. Ever feel as if you were in immanent danger and had to flee? That's kind of what a panic attack feels like. It comes on strong, scares the heck out of you, and it's
goneHere are a few ideas on how to cope...
Once you've finally visited doctor and have been diagnosed with panic attacks you will be offered a course of treatment. In order to make sure the treatment has the best chance of succeeding, YOU need to take control of your life!1. Participate in Your TreatmentDo not sit back and wait for relief to come by itself! You must remain active and aware of your mind and body's reactions to treatment. Be ready and willing to ask any and every question and to address every concern you have with your health care provider. Open lines of communication will increase the chance of control and success.2. Be PatientWhile many patients respond within weeks or sometimes even days to treatments for panic attacks, no one responds the same. Furthermore, no known treatments for panic work instantly. Be prepared to spend at least a full two months following your initial course of treatment before you start judging its effectiveness. If you still haven't experienced the improvement you were seeking, you can always work with your provider to adjust your treatment plan then.3. Be Alert To Side EffectsIf part of your treatment involves medication, you will likely need to be aware and provide a lot of feedback to the doctor until the dose and type of medicine is determined. Make certain your doctor explains to you the side effects you might have to expect. Usually they get easier to tolerate with time but it's critical that you know what to expect. Your doctor may begin lowering your dosage, or trying alternatives if the side effects are pronounced or cannot be tolerated.4. Join teksty Panic Disorder Support GroupIf misery loves companionship, then a great source of support, relief and information for those who suffer from panic attacks can be found in the support group. Now I'm NOT a big fan of support groups in that they tend to validate problems instead of focusing on fixing or living with them. I do recognize however that some people find great solace and support in these groups and for those people, please attend and enjoy. Most attendees will be talking about their experiences, their treatments and coping tips.Just keeping these tips in mind and putting them to use during your treatment may help make you feel much better and increase your chances of treatment being effective.Abigail Franks writes on a variety of subjects which include family, home, and health. She has studied many facets of our emotional well being and the problems of panic attacks. look here For more information on Panic Attacks

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***How Alcohol Makes You Fat*** If you glanced at the title unimarter UniMarter
***How Alcohol Makes You Fat***

If you glanced at the title of this article, you might have cringed. When it comes to
fitness, nutrition, weight loss, and overall health, many of us have trouble areas.
There are some individuals who have a glass of red wine with dinner every night.
Others skip the drinking completely on the weekdays, then start throwing a few
back on Thursday or Friday night, and keep it up until Sunday. Still others won't
drink for two to three weeks, then have a weekend binge of a few dozen drinks or
so (you know who you are!). Finally, while there are scores of individuals out there
who don't drink any alcohol at all and really won't find this article personally useful,
I encourage you (if you are one of those people) to read it anyways, and share the
information with someone you think it might help.So...how does alcohol make you fat, especially when it doesn't have any fat in it? To
understand how this process occurs, let's examine the consumption of a 5 ounce
glass of red wine by a fictional character named Vinny.Vinny takes a drink. As the alcohol enters into digestion, it is split into two
compounds: fat and acetate. The fat is taken through the bloodstream and stored
wherever Vinny tends to deposit fat. The acetate is taken into the bloodstream and
used as Vinny's primary energy fuel.If you take anything away from this article, read that last sentence again. The
acetate is used as Vinny's primary energy fuel. This means that rather than burning
carbohydrates, protein, or fat as a fuel, Vinny's body relies on the acetate for
energy. It completely stops burning anything else. Suddenly, Vinny has a surplus of
carbs, protein, and fat circulating in the body with nowhere to go. So where does it
all end up? You guessed it...it's converted to fat and deposited on Vinny's waistline.But that's not the only effect on Vinny. Alcohol also acts as a potent appetizer. Ever
heard of an apertif? It's an alcoholic drink taken before a meal to increase the
appetite, and many restaurants realize that this is a great way to get you to order
more food! Several studies exist that show a sharp increase in caloric intake when
an alcoholic drink is consumed before a meal (compared to a glass of water, or even
a soda!). So now Vinny wants either: teksty) another glass of wine or teksty) food (probably
something salty or greasy).That's not all! Let's say that Vinny succumbs to his appetite and finishes the bottle.
Just a single bout of heavy drinking will vastly increase the levels of the hormone
cortisol, while significantly decreasing the levels of the hormone testosterone. In
addition to his headache, here's why Vinny should be concerned: cortisol causes the
body to breakdown muscle and suppresses recovery from exercise, while low
testosterone makes the body less likely build lean muscle or to burn fat as a fuel. So
Vinny's getting a big belly, and skinny arms and legs.Now let's consider the actual caloric content of the glass of red wine. Before we
begin, bear in mind that at most parties, social gatherings, and restaurants, a
typical glass of red wine is really more like 6-8 ounces. But we'll be conservative. So
Vinny's glass of wine contains about 110 calories. Contrary to popular belief, there
are very few carbohydrates in the wine - only about 5 grams. This is because when
grapes are made into wine, most of the fruit sugars are converted into alcohol. For
purposes of comparison, this glass of wine has about the same amount of alcohol
and calories as a 12 ounce light beer or a shot of 80 proof spirit (yes, that means a
shot of tequila = about a whole glass of wine). teksty regular, non-light beer, is even
higher in calories, since it contains over twice as many carbohydrates as light beer.But realize that alcohol itself contains about seven calories for gram, making it
almost twice as calorie-laden as carbohydrates or protein, which contain only four
calories per gram. However, these calories contain no beneficial nutrients, vitamins,
or minerals. Sure - Vinny gets some benefit from the compounds present from the
grapeskins and grapejuice, butif he drinks a big glass of red wine every night with
dinner, he consumes over 1000 additional calories per week, and gains a dozen
extra pounds of fat a year!I haven't really discussed mixed drinks and won't say too much. If you read last
week's article (click here to check it out), you know about sugar's potent effect on
fat levels in the body, and if you've read the label lately on any soda or mixer, you
know how much sugar it contains. teksty ton! Basically, you can take everything I just
illustrated in the case of Vinny, and multiply by 4-5. Margaritas, Long Island Iced
Tea, Mudslides, and other sweet mixed drinks can do more damage to your diet
than a Big Mac with cheese.So let's be practical and assume that you are not going to completely give up
drinking but want some tips for your next social event. Here's some ideas:Dilute alcohol with diet soda. While there are health problems with the artificial
sweeteners and chemicals in diet soda, this will reduce your overall caloric intake.Use lots of ice. It makes your drink seem bigger without adding actual calories.If you have to choose between fruit juice and soda in a mixer, choose fruit juice.Avoid the salty snacks. They'll make you want to drink more.At the bar, restaurant, or grocery store, try to find a top shelf product or good wine
that you enjoy, then pay those extra bucks and sip it slowly. Savoring a drink will
reduce overconsumption.Drink as much water as possible. Try to have two drinks of water for every one drink
of alcohol.I frequently perform nutritional evaluations for my clients, as well as anyone else
who wants to have a fitness professional look at their diet. Here's what to do if you
want help or guidance with your nutrition: Pacific Elite Fitness offers a complete and
detailed nutritional evaluation for $49.99 (less than a personal training session!).
Using the convenient online log that I will provide you with, you will write down
everything in your diet for 3 days - amounts, times, descriptions, extenuating
circumstances and food details. I will then sit down with your diet, perform a
complete evaluation, then give you a detailed e-mail on exactly which changes you
should make to get the results you desire. What are you waiting for?Ben Greenfield runs Pacific Elite Fitness at http: / / www.pacificfit.net, an online portal
for personal training, triathlete coaching, and free fitness and multi-sport
advice. He resides in Liberty Lake, WA, where he works as director of sports
performance for Champion Sports Medicine, a training and testing lab for
athletes. Ben graduated from University of Idaho with bachelor?s and master?s
degrees in sports science and exercise physiology, and is certified as a
personal trainer and coach by the National Strength & Conditioning
Association. Ben also offers individualized personal training, multi-sport
coaching, training program design for athletes, lifestyle wellness and diet
advising, and corporate consulting for workplace fitness programs. To learn
more, visit http: / / www.pacificfit.net or e-mail Ben at elite@pacificfit.net.

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***Protein*** Until recently, protein has received little at unimarter UniMarter
***Protein***

Until recently, protein has received little attention. Like a quiet child in a classroom of rowdies, it is often overshadowed by fat, carbohydrates, and vitamins. That's changing. Lately there's been an explosion of interest in protein, largely triggered by high-protein diets for weight loss (which we would never recommend).When talking about nutrition, there are three major components that make up the food on your plate, carbohydrates protein and fat. Adults should get 45 percent to 65 percent of their calories from carbohydrates, 20 percent to 35 percent from fat, and 10 to 35 percent from protein. Acceptable ranges for children are similar to those for adults, except that infants and younger children need a slightly higher proportion of fat (25 %-40%).Some of the protein you eat contains all the amino acids needed to build new proteins. This kind is called complete protein. Animal sources of protein tend to be complete. Other protein sources lack one or more amino acids that the body can't make from scratch or create by modifying another amino acid. Called incomplete proteins, these usually come from fruits, vegetables, grains, and nuts.Vegetarians need to be aware of this. To get all the amino acids needed to make new protein - and thus to keep the body's systems in good shape - people who don't eat meat, fish, poultry, eggs, or dairy products should eat a variety of protein-containing foods each day.What can be said about protein when pairing it with a healthy life style? Make sure you are getting daily share of it, plain and simple. Don?t be like the millions of people around the world who are ignorant to its importance.For more information on an online persaonal trainer, visit us at http: / / www.swerdfigerfitness.com

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***Your Electronic Health File Could be a Lifesaver*** Your unimarter UniMarter
***Your Electronic Health File Could be a Lifesaver***

Your Personal Medical History accessible as an Electronic Health File might someday save your life. Users of the Vital Signs Monitor service developed by ReAsure.net can set up a Personal Medical Record (PMR) if they have one or more chronic illnesses and are occasionally away from home. Use of the Personal Medical Record program facilitates setting up a medical history file that can be accessed in an emergency room or medical office anywhere in the world to alert a physician or paramedic about previously diagnosed and treated medical condition when an immediate diagnosis must be made.The PMR program is designed to help a user set up electronic files containing Familial History, Medical History, Surgical History, Lab Testing History, Physical Exam Results and Medications Taken. These securely stored electronic files can be accessed from a Lap Top at home or by another computer with a personal, secure password in the US or when traveling anywhere in the world. The PMR helps minimize decision errors when a health emergency arises. Access to an accurate copy of your medical record can be vital when an emergency arises and clinical decisions must be made.
PMR is set up to permit secure access of the user's personal health files with a remote computer at a doctor, paramedical care giver location, or by family member with the user?s, secure, personal password. The accessible information is very important for tracking health status if a user has one or more chronic illnesses.All records are protected with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to ensure that access by an unauthorized third party is not possible under any circumstances. There are no special procedures, secret codes, or hidden entry methods to SSL files unless authorized with use of the owner's ID and Password. All information is protected and kept on a special server that only the user or persons with user authorization can access.I am a computer programmer developing applications for use in the healthcare field. My primary focus is in developing applications that help people of advancing age remain in their homes.

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***How to Master Your Own Intelligent Power Plant*** Want to unimarter UniMarter
***How to Master Your Own Intelligent Power Plant***

Want to get in shape for the summer huh? Understanding your body will get you the results you need. No matter what your goal is, by understanding your body you can change the way you look forever. Bulk up good weight or simply loose the plump.
Thousands of people keep asking questions and finding different answers about health and fitness. Why is that?People are different. Every one of us has a unique type of body; therefore what may work just fine for me might not work for you and vice-versa.Our inherited characteristics (genetics) make us exceptional. Many people are concerned about their physical appearance especially in summer because of the sudden increase in the exposure of their body. Some people start looking for fat loss or weight gain diets and end up spending a lot of money on exercise and diet books, but some people decide that they want a radical change and start starving or eating a lot of food.
This psychological phase may cause huge health problems like anorexia nervosa (An abnormal loss of the appetite for food) or bulimia nervosa (An eating disorder in which the sufferer eats huge amounts of food and then vomit).The secret behind a healthy & fit body lays in the basic facts. Knowing the basic facts will help you find your own way of dieting according to how your digestive system works. Only this will ensure long term health and fitness. For example, reducing your daily food intake is not necessarily the best way to loose fat. Understanding the quality of food, how the body uses energy, how the digestive system works, and other related information will give you the base ?know how? to make the change you want.How does the digestive system work?
Simply explained, our body works like an intelligent power plant as suggested in the heading of this article. The food we eat is the fuel. Our muscles are the motors that enable us to do our daily functions such as breathing, moving objects and walking from one place to another.
When our stomach is empty and our body needs energy, our brain sends signals requesting food (hunger). The food we (ingest) is temporarily stored in our stomach. Our brain will then command our stomach to send the required acids to break down the food (digestion). After the food is broken down it will become the source of energy for our muscles.Where does body fat come from?
The food we eat is made up of different substances namely carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, water and salts. Carbohydrates and Fats are the main sources of energy and protein is normally used by the body for muscle repair and growth. Any excess food that we eat is either excreted or stored in the body as fat.Why do some people look like a Michelin commercial?
The body keeps fat stored underneath the skin to prevent the body from death as a result of severe starvation. When the body is starving the brain sends a message to the body to reduce the amount of energy being burnt; in this case the brain will command the body to feel tired and to break down muscle and fat tissue for energy.
Why? The muscle burns energy just by being there. The bigger the muscles are the more energy they burn. Therefore by breaking down muscle tissue for energy the brain will be both reducing the amount of energy needed per second and also getting some extra energy in return.Eat like a pig look like a stick!
In the above paragraph I explained how, when starving the body breaks down fat and muscle tissue right? And I also explained that the more muscle mass we have the more calories (unit for calculating energy) we burn no? Ok now I want you to combine those together. The best solution would be to maintain the good mass (muscle mass) and get rid of the fat. Sounds impossible?
NO! In fact it?s easier than you think. Well here?s the formula.
The average man burns around 2500 calories per day and the average woman burns like 2000. It doesn?t matter what you eat unless you don?t exceed your amount of calories per day.
If you eat more often and in a more regular way your brain will think that there is enough food to eat and that there is no need to store food like crazy. The result is? You are feeling better (food is a great antidepressant) and satisfied more often and you won?t pile up the plump.teksty very good timetable would be:(Wake up + 20min walk + cereals)
[3 hours]
(meal 2)
[3 hours]
(meal 3)
[3 hours]
(meal 4)
[4 hours]
(meal 5)Now if you want to loose fat you will have to work out a calorific deficit of not more than 600 calories per week. Take a walk every morning on an empty stomach for 20 minutes and drink a glass of water every 3 hours. Try to reduce carbohydrates and fats. Eat more protein and drink more fruit juices.Do some weight training to tone up any flab that you might get as a result of less fat under your skin and get ready for a new wardrobe!Bulk up Mr. Thin!
If you have been pulled around or joked about at school or at work just because every one ?thinks? you cant bulk up muscle, I have good news for you.What is happening to you?
Your digestive system works at a higher than normal rate and burns everything that you ingest as fast as it can. Your system is so fast that it burns both the fats and the proteins you ingest nearly as fast as it burns carbohydrates.Ok let?s get to the point?
What you need is to reverse engineer what is happening to your opposite genetic type. Eating small meals often will only trigger your body to burn food faster. Your main aim should be to slow down your metabolic rate (the rate by which you burn food). Eat more fiber rich foods especially in the morning. Do not eat fats like there?s no tomorrow because that is very unhealthy and no matter how much fat you pack on it will look ugly. You must pack on muscle. Eat larger meals less often and eat more carbohydrates.Your typical timetable should be something like this:(Wake up + cereals)
[4 hours]
(big meal 2)
[4 hours]
(big meal 3)
[4 hours]
(big meal 4)And yes you must add weight training to your daily timetable. Do some resistance training to increase strength. Day on day off weight training is the best for you. If you change your eating style and do your weight training regularly you will start seeing results after a couple of weeks.Happy shaping up!Joe Camilleri writes about everything that can enhance the personal well being of a person. He also likes to write about personal image improvement and life etiquette. Get more information about health and fitness, wealth and realtionship here.

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***Pyramidal Work Out*** Day 2Shoulder press (machine)Latera unimarter UniMarter
***Pyramidal Work Out***

Day 2Shoulder press (machine)Lateral raises (machine)Posterior deltoid (machine)Bicep flat head curl (machine)Preacher bicep curl (machine)Day 3Leg extension (machine)Seated leg curl (machine)Incline leg press,Calf extension (standing-body weight)Seated calf raises (machine).Serious exercise" starts with a warm-up and ends with a cool-down. The first step in helping students and clients to include warm-ups and cool-downs in their workouts is educating them about the benefits:Warming up raises the temperature of the body. For each degree of temperature elevation, the metabolic rate of the cells increases by about 13 percent.
The blood supply to the muscles increases, permitting a greater release of oxygen to feed them.
The speed and force of muscle contractions improve, along with a faster nerve impulse transmission.
Warming up helps prevent injuries. Muscle elasticity and the flexibility of the tendons and ligaments are increased. Synovial fluid, which lubricates the joints, is released during easy activity.
Heart function is improved and ready for the increased demand of intense exercise.The starting point in achieving good physical fitness is nutrition because better eating habits can be conveniently established at any time. It is also important because, if you want to exercise, what you eat affects your energy level during your workout. Maintaining a healthy diet can be easy as long as you remember one key word: balance. It's okay to drink your daily mug of coffee as long as you limit yourself to one or two cups a day and allow your body to rehydrate with plenty of water. Caffeine is a diuretic, which means substances in caffeine draw water out of your body. The same is true for alcohol. If you consume either alcohol or caffeine, moderation should be a consistent way of life.Alfredo ZapataFitness Expertwww.cuttingedgefit.com310-701-2957Alfredo Zapata is a motivating, effective National Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Equipment Consultant. With a teksty.teksty in Nutrition and over 16 years of experience in the Fitness field, he has honed his ability to create successful individually tailored plans for each of his clients. From an early age, Alfredo found physical activities, such as playing soccer, training in martial arts, and weight lifting, exciting and satisfying. Wanting to share this passion with others, he earned his teksty.teksty. and simultaneously worked hands-on managing a top gym in Mexico City. While further developing his winning techniques, Alfredo established himself in Southern California as a top trainer. Through constant refinements and updates, Alfredo built a philosophy and plan focused on developing overall personal awareness, balance, and strength. Today, Alfredo works hard helping people stretch toward their dreams and achieve their goals.

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***Portable Saunas - For Home and Away*** Imagine having dir unimarter UniMarter
***Portable Saunas - For Home and Away***

Imagine having direct, easy access to your very own personal sauna no matter where you traveled. On business trips, on vacations, wherever and whenever you found yourself on the road away from the privacy and security of home, the relaxation and refreshment of a soothing sauna bath would be instantly attainable. You could enjoy all the pleasures and health benefits sauna bathing offers without any of the inconvenience or uncertainty of seeking out a public sauna at a commercial facility you know little or nothing about. And you could do so entirely on your own schedule. No waiting, no worrying, and no one else getting in your way.It may seem like a fantasy to you now, but a portable sauna can make that fantasy a reality.Let?s face it, no matter where you?re going, traveling can be extremely stressful. Regardless of whether it?s for business or pleasure, being away from home for an extended period can cause great inner turmoil for any number of reasons. teksty portable sauna offers the reluctant traveler a healthy way to alleviate a lot of that anxiety.After soaking in a portable sauna, you?ll find that whatever had been irritating you most about your trip ? the turbulence on the airplane, the careless drivers on the highway, the poor service in the hotel, the abundant traveling expenses, etc. ? is not such a big deal after all.Instead, you?ll be focused on the glorious sauna heat as it gently relaxes your tightened muscles and lifts that burdened feeling from your shoulders. As the pores of your skin open up to the warmth of your sauna, so will your mind open up to a renewed, healthier perspective on your life and current situation. In short, you?ll love being in your portable sauna, and you?ll want to take it wherever you go. And that, of course, is a great reason to buy a portable sauna.But portable saunas aren?t just for travelers. Many folks who rarely stray very far from home own portable saunas. Some do so because they rent apartments or live in homes that they feel wouldn?t accommodate a permanent sauna installation. Some do so because they prefer the lower cost of a portable sauna to the price of a larger home sauna. And some do because they know they?re not yet ready to settle down permanently in one geographic location. When the day inevitably comes for them to move, they have every intention of taking their beloved portable sauna with them.If you think a portable sauna would suit your lifestyle, personality, or future plans, consult with an established home sauna retailer about the various options available to you. Educate yourself about the many health benefits associated with proper sauna bathing, and talk to a qualified health professional if you have any questions or concerns regarding the potential impact incorporating a portable sauna into your regular routine might have on own physiology.May the plentiful pleasures of a portable sauna soon put you on the road to greater relaxation, better health, and a fresh, new outlook on your life.Pertti Olavi Jalasjaa is the Finnish-born author of ?The Art of Sauna Building,? an acclaimed reference book on sauna construction. He is also the general manager of Great Saunas, which has been manufacturing and selling high-quality saunas and sauna kits to sauna enthusiasts around the world since 1974. Visit Great Saunas online at http: / / www.greatsaunas.com.

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***Finding a Personal Trainer in Chicago*** One of the faste unimarter UniMarter
***Finding a Personal Trainer in Chicago***

One of the fastest growing trends in health and fitness today is the use of personal trainers. According to the American Council on Exercise (ACE), for the first time, the number of students studying for ACE?s Personal Trainer Certification Exam has surpassed that of those studying to be aerobics instructors. Even icons of American culture like Oprah have joined the trend with tremendous results. In 2005 she was selected by CBI (Club Business International) as January?s fitness role model of the month. Bob Greene, Oprah?s personal trainer in Chicago, was credited with helping her lose 90 pounds and, best of all, with keeping it off.What is a Personal Trainer
teksty personal trainer acts as a partner who can help you set up a fitness program that meets your personal wellness goals. He or she informs you on the best exercises for your needs, keeps you motivated and tracks your progress. Many people fail to see results from their workouts because, without guidance, they are staying in their comfort level, using the same equipment and exercises over and over. teksty personal trainer will push you to try new things and tailor your work out to fit your personal goals.Exercise
teksty good personal trainer will assess your physical abilities and discuss your goals before creating an exercise program. Once created, he or she will train you on each exercise and piece of equipment, ensuring that you are using proper form and technique, thus ensuring faster and better results from your efforts.Motivation
Sticking with an exercise program can be difficult. There are always excuses not to go to the gym, so having someone else vested in your success is a great source of motivation. You know that your time will be well spent because you will be correctly performing your exercises. You may be financially motivated not to miss appointments and thereby lose the cost of a session. Accountability to your trainer will also inspire you to succeed, as a good trainer will monitor your progress and share in your setbacks and your triumphs.What to Look for in a Personal TrainerFinding a personal trainer in Chicago can seem like a daunting task. In such a large area it might seem impossible to locate the right person for you; but it does not need to be. Start locally by asking your friends, coworkers or doctor for referrals. Call area gyms and health clubs and set up interviews. You can also use online services such as Personal Trainer Finder or American Council on Exercise. When you have a list of possible choices, sit down with them and ask a few important questions.Certification and Education
It is very important that your trainer be certified by a reputable fitness organization such as ACE, ACSM or NASM. Check the website or ask for information about the certifying organization. According to American Sports Data, (ASD), 5 million Americans used personal trainer services in 2001. At that time there were only 66,000 personal trainers practicing in the country. With such a gap between supply and demand a number of less than reputable web sites have sprung up offering quick certification.
Your trainer should also be certified in CPR, first aid and possibly even Automated External Defibrillation if you have any issues with heart disease.Experience
In addition to education it is wise to choose someone with experience, particularly if you have specific goals or health issues you wish to address. Find someone who has dealt often with your particular needs. Be it Pre-Natal exercise, heart problems or even just the particular type of exercise you prefer, you want someone knowledgeable in that area.Personality
Personality is a very subjective factor in who you will select; but it is one of the most important. You are looking for someone who will inspire you and motivate you to continue with your fitness program. It is vital that this person is not someone who is intimidating or even irritating. If you do not like your trainer you will not develop the give and take needed to form a productive team. Your trainer should be a good listener and give you their full attention while during your sessions. He or she should be focused on you, not answering phone calls or chatting with others. Your trainer should be aware of your personal style, some people respond to a drill sergeant approach, but many others prefer firm but patient guidance.Warning signs
As you begin working with your trainer keep in mind that you are the client. You should be concerned if your trainer ignores or dismisses your questions or neglects any part of a complete program. He or she should not work you too hard. teksty little muscle soreness is expected but you should not be in real pain or fatigue. teksty personal trainer should never diagnose injuries or illness, but should refer you to a doctor.Taking action
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***Feng Shui Mistakes to Avoid in the BEDROOM!*** While cons unimarter UniMarter
***Feng Shui Mistakes to Avoid in the BEDROOM!***

While considering each individual's best sleeping direction and avoiding his or her "Lonely Pillow" direction. (Both are determined by your year of birth in relation to your gender.) There are several environmental factors to consider when choosing the position of your bed, such as:Large MIRRORS - aren't recommended in the bedroom, because they aren't conducive to a restful nights sleep. Mirrors reflect light... light is Yang Qi, which is active energy. By reflecting light mirrors stir-up the Qi in the bedroom, where you want the Qi to be more Yin / still and restful. Besides, mirrors could reflect your bedroom activities to the neighbor. This wouldn't create a feeling of security and safety in the bedroom. Plus, if the mirror is in your "Lonely Pillow" direction, it will cause you to be single.Headboard against a wall! The wall provides stillness of energy to provide a restful nights sleep. You want the Qi to be still at top of your head. If you angle your bed in a corner, there will be too much movement in the Qi at the top of your head for you to have a good night?s sleep. When there is a window above or behind the head-of-the-bed, be sure the window is closed when you are in bed, because a closed window stops the movement of Qi. After all Qi moves with Wind & Water.Clear view of the bedroom entrance... without being in-line with door. If you're in-line with an OPEN doorway, you'll be hit directly by the Qi coming through the OPEN doorway. I emphasize OPEN, because the majority of Feng Shui books fail to mention that a door must be OPEN for the Qi to move through it. After all doors, like windows, stop the movement of Wind & Water. So if you have no choice but to sleep in-line with the door... CLOSE the door, or at least keep it ajar to direct the Qi away from the bed.Bathrooms mustn't be seen from the bed. With bathrooms it is a sanitation issue. Keeping the door closed or at least ajar is the simplest solution. Moving the bed would be another solution.Sharp corners , caused by oddly shaped rooms, pointed directly at the bed or bedroom door are considered an 'Angle or Metal Sha'. These cause instability and insecurity to the relationship as well as health problems. Some remedies for this type of sha (negative affect) are rounding the sharp edge off the corner, concealing it with molding, or positioning the bed in another location.Avoid large exposed beams above the bed , which cause various problems depending on their position. Move beds and other occupied furniture out from under exposed beams. If it is impossible to move the bed, conceal them with an actual flat ceiling or use thick multi-colored tapestry-type fabric by stapling the cloth as if it were an actual ceiling over the bed.* When the beam is chopping across the body, health problems in that area of the body will develop. Once again we are dealing with the harshness of a direct hit of Qi, which is being directed downwards off the sides of the beam.* Beam dividing bed between two pillows , from head to toe, the harmony of the union is in jeopardy. The Qi coming down from the sides of the beam could cause separation or divorce.teksty bed positioned between two of the unseen energy patterns. To find these unseen energy areas, divide the width and depth of your entire home by three creating a tic-tac-toe type grid. If your body is divided you will have health problems in the region where the two energy patterns bisect your body. When a bed is divided from head-to-toe between the two pillows by an unseen energy grid line, the occupants are sleeping in two different energy combinations... which cause relationship problems. teksty couple described it best when they said "it's like we're sleeping in the same bed in different rooms." The solution is to move the entire bed into one section of the house grid. Hopefully, the section with the best energy combination.P.K. Odle?s easy to follow Classical Feng Shui guidance shows you how to improve your Finances, Health & Relationships. Get more tips / articles in her FREE email newsletter, The Feng Shui Advantage MONTHLY! at http: / / www.fengshuiadvantage.com.

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***Stress And Diet: You Aren't What You Eat*** ?You are what unimarter UniMarter
***Stress And Diet: You Aren't What You Eat***

?You are what you eat.?How many times have you heard this statement? In a world where the food police virtually have an open book to hassle everybody about their eating habits, they hammer this message home to educate people about the benefits of healthy eating.In cases where individuals have become grossly overweight, then this statement rings true. If your diet is based on junk food ? sugar, fat, fast food etc., then your body will reflect your eating habits and you will put on weight and your arteries will clog. You increase the risk of heart attack, stroke and cancer.But when we look at people who suffer from stress, depression or anxiety, this statement has no foundation whatsoever. The reason is simple. Foods, no matter what they are, cannot make you stressed, depressed or anxious. And no matter what the food police say, foods cannot cure these problems. There are some foods that can help you feel better, but they won?t cure you. I?ll reveal my choice picks shortly.Many people who suffer the torment of a depressive, stressful or anxious episode do so because of reasons entirely unrelated to their diet. Also, I have personally known people whose diet has been anything but healthy and yet they are pictures of happiness. teksty very good friend of mine is a great example of this. She eats junk food day-in, day-out and yet, as anyone who knows her will testify, she is one of the happiest and friendliest people you could wish to meet.Depression, stress and anxiety can and will arise no matter how healthy your diet is. Foods don?t cause these problems and foods don?t cure these problems. However, they can help to boost mood and here?s 3 quick, simple tips I have personally used to help me boost my moods. Give them a try and see how you get on.1. Cod liver oil. Liquid is best but it?s harsh to taste. Try capsules. Failing that, try oily fish like mackerel. I loathe oily fish but the capsules are fine. Oily fish is high in Omega 3, an essential fatty acid. If you?re taking aspirin or you?re on prescribed drugs, just check with your doctor before you take an Omega 3 supplement.2. I don?t eat refined sugar, especially full sugar soda. I cannot sleep if I drink just one can of full sugar soda so I avoid it like the plague. I sleep better and I?m not as fidgety during the day. Although sugar doesn?t cause depression, stress or anxiety, there are links to hyperactivity and I?m definitely less hyper than I used to be. See how you feel without sugar.3. Sometimes, when you?re feeling a bit down, comfort food can be the equivalent of a hug. There are many comfort foods but my favorite is just a simple bowl of buttery mashed potato or failing that, creamy chicken soup. I love to do this when I just want to shut out the world and have my own company. I light the candles, play some nice music or watch a good film curled up on the sofa with my comfort food treat. It never fails to raise my spirits and it?s a great way to unwind and gather my thoughts.The reason why food can only help and not cure stress, depression or anxiety is because food doesn?t cause these problems. If you?re depressed for example, changing to a healthy diet won?t cure you because it isn?t as simple as that. To permanently conquer stress, depression and anxiety, the root cause has to be addressed. Diet can help, but only if it is part of a complete program that addresses all of the issues, especially the root cause.Copyright 2006 Christopher GreenFormer anxiety sufferer Chris Green is the author of ?Conquering Stress?, the internationally acclaimed program which will help you to permanently conquer stress, depression and anxiety without taking powerful drugs. For more information please click here => http: / / www.conqueringstress.com

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***From Flab to Fab in Only 15 Minutes a Day*** Ok, so you j unimarter UniMarter
***From Flab to Fab in Only 15 Minutes a Day***

Ok, so you just got done reading the latest monthly issue of your favorite fitness and health magazine about the newest and latest exercise program and you are more confused than ever on what is the best way to Get in Shape, Build Muscle and Burn Fat for Life.What really is the best and most efficient form of exercise for Maximum Results?* More weight or less weight?
* More reps or fewer reps?
* Higher intensity or lower intensity?
* More cardio than resistance training?
* More resistance training than cardio?
* Machines or free weights?
* Train every day or once a week?How do I go from Flab to Fab in Only 15 Minutes a Day?What is really the most effective, efficient and RESULTS driven form of personal fitness training that is going to give YOU the biggest and best return on your invested fitness time?The Personal Fitness Training landscape has become so overwhelming and so confusing that most people end up doing the same fitness routine over and over again because they just don?t know what else to do to find the best fitness solution.So how can you Burn Fat, Build Muscle and Lose Weight to get the Perfect Fitness Body for Life in the least amount of time?Are you that busy Executive with little time between your corporate meetings and challenged with long workdays?Are you a stay at home mom trying to keep up with managing your hectic daily schedule while taking care of your children and your spouse with very little time to exercise?Are you getting diminishing returns on your current fitness training program?Then Learn How to Go from Flab to Fab in Only 15 minutes a Day?In working with my existing personal fitness clients at www.MyHomePersonalTrainer.com, I have learned some of the most common but correctable mistakes a lot of men and women make in trying to support their long term fitness and health goals.Top 10 Common Fitness Training Mistakes1.Too much machine work ? teksty lot of women and men train using too often just their preferred machines, which limits their range of motion and does not work their muscles in an efficient and effective manner. Ultimately this can limit the engagement of small stabilizer muscles that give you maximum benefit throughout your fitness training program.2.Not lifting enough weight ? teksty lot of women do not lift enough weights to engage their muscles for long-term muscle growth.3.Working only half of your body ? teksty lot of men focus too much on just their upper body and end up mainly training their chest and arms, thus making their body parts look very unbalanced and disproportionate to each other.4.Too many reps ? teksty lot of women do too many reps per set, once again not allowing their muscles the opportunity to grow and develop so that they can change their muscle / fat body composition.5.Overtraining ? The benefits of resistance training, unlike cardiovascular work, come after the training is over. Sometimes people think more is better and in resistance training that is not always the case.6.Not fueling their bodies for training ? Both before and after training. Your body is an engine that must be fed with high octane, good quality fuel to maximize your fitness results. Starving yourself before or after a fitness training workout limits your capacity to perform at peak levels.7.Training the same way ? Any fitness training program that is more than 4-6 weeks will not only get stale for you, but will provide you diminishing long term fitness results.8.Cardio before weights ? Wearing yourself down prior to your resistance training workout with cardio can only reduce your opportunity to get the best possible training session.9.Steady as she goes ? teksty big mistake is keeping your fitness training pace always in moderate mode. Incorporating High Intensity Training is the way to keep it fresh, fast, and effective.10.Cardio, cardio and more cardio ? Burning fat is a great thing, but burning muscle is a bad thing. Cardio is a good fat burner, but also can burn muscle if you over indulge.Your Flab to Fab 15 Minute Fitness Solution1.Break away from the machines ? Use dumbbells to engage both sides of your body, and for a greater challenge, perform unilateral exercise movements (alternating from one side to the other when lifting weights).2.Take it to almost failure ? It?s important to engage the muscles completely and make sure that no matter whether you are completing 8 or 12 reps, the last 2-3 should be challenging and you should not be able to complete another 2-3 reps. If you can, then raise your amount of weight to engage those muscles. Make sure to use a spotter if you?re lifting heavier weights.3.Lunges and squats ? Probably the two best lower body exercises that can be performed to engage the largest muscles in your body. Working your lower body will keep you symmetrical in shape and also help you burn more fat and change your Body / Fat ratio by developing the largest muscles in your body to become your Fat Burning Machines while your body is at rest.4.Stay in the range ? 8-12 reps is about the perfect rep range for most people trying to improve their general fitness level. Too many reps will leave you with NO good quality results and too little will make it very hard to train without a spotter. Lift heavy for size and strength and keep changing your rep range to keep your body guessing while developing strong fat burning muscles.5.Take a break ? Rest and Recovery are a crucial element in any successful fitness training program, and I recommend to my clients at least 24-48 hours rest between resistance training sessions. I always recommend at least 48 hours for your larger muscle groups, which would be your lower body leg workouts. I also recommend taking a week off during your training programs to give your body a break, and in most cases you will come back even stronger. Keep your body fresh and strong, and you will get greater long-term fitness success.6.Eat to train and train to eat ? Your body is an engine, so feed it like one. You cannot perform well at peak levels without fuel, especially if you are engaged in a high intensity resistance training workout. Eat a combination of good quality high fiber carbohydrates in combination with a lean good quality protein before your training sessions and always refuel again after you workout. You need to feed the muscles you just broke down so they can get stronger again. Eat your meals as the old proverb says: Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Citizen and Dinner as the beggar on the corner.7.Keep it fresh and challenging ? Any training program that is maintained for longer than 4-6 weeks will not be as effective in the long run. Always keep your body guessing, challenged and fresh with new and innovative fitness training programs. Your body should never be allowed to develop a rhythm using the same training programs. You will ultimately get diminishing returns on your training sessions. So keep your body guessing for maximum long-term results.8.Don?t limit yourself ? Machines will typically provide only one range of motion and will not help improve any muscle imbalances you may have. When you use dumbbells, you have no choice but to engage both sides of your body when lifting weights. Using free weights will really uncover any weakness you may have on one side of your body, promote a more natural range of motion, support imbalances of your muscle groups, and introduce you to tons of exercises that can be performed with a low cost and home friendly training method. Also, challenge all your muscles by using a Stability Ball. Stability Balls provide you incredible flexibility in terms of cost, variety of exercises, and most importantly the engagement of many, many stabilizer muscles that would never be worked utilizing a fitness machine or even a bench.9.Save it for the weights - There is nothing more challenging than a high intensity resistance training session, and doing your cardio before your weights will not provide you the energy you need to perform at a peak level needed to maximize your weight training sessions. Complete your weight workout. Then if you want to perform cardio on the same day as your resistance training, do it after the weights. Your body will thank you for it. Build Muscle, and then Burn the Fat!!10.Take to new levels ? Short High Intensity Fitness Training is the way to go. Your body and mind will love you for it. Train with High Intensity in Short Bursts and get maximum fat burn both when performing your resistance training and cardio workouts. That is the only way I train my clients and it helps them fit their training into their busy schedules so they can stay on track to turn the Flab to Fab in Only 15 Minutes a Day!!11.You cannot live by cardio alone ? Although cardio is an excellent Fat Burner, especially if performed as a High Intensity Interval Training workout, you need to realize that burning fat is only part of the equation. It is essential that any Complete and Balanced Fitness Training Plan includes an effective High Intensity Resistance Training program to maintain and increase your muscle mass. By integrating resistance workouts into your traditional cardio routines, you will build muscle and burn fat both during your workouts and while you?re at rest. You need to develop your body into a Fat Burning Machine, and changing your body composition is the key to long-term success.Build Your Flab to Fab 15 Minute Fitness PlanThe secret in developing the Perfect Personal Fitness Training Program begins with the following Flab to Fab Personal Fitness Training Tips.1.Focus on the Four Major Muscles Groups ? Stay away from Isolation Exercises. Burn fat and build muscle when working those Major Large Muscle Groups more often.
a.Legs ? Squat
b.Chest ? Chest Press
c.Back ? Bent Over Rows
d.Shoulders ? Overhead Press2.Perform Compound Exercises (Multi Joint movements) ? Working multi-joints at the same time provides maximum benefit to your muscles,
a.Legs ? Lunge or Squat (Hip and Knee Joint)
b.Chest ? Chest Press (Shoulder and Elbow Joint)
c.Back ? Bent Over Row (Shoulder and Elbow Joint)
d.Shoulders ? Overhead Press (Shoulder and Elbow Joint)3.Perform Supersets ? No Rest Between 2 Exercises. Working more than one muscle with no break provides and efficient and effective workout.
a.Work opposing Muscle Groups
i.Chest then Back
b.Work alternating between Upper and Lower Body
i.Chest then Legs4.Perform Circuit Training ? No Rest through your entire workout. Circuit Set Training turns your Fitness Training into High Intensity Resistance Training.
a.Train for maximum gain by performing all your exercises with no break.5.Build your Fitness Training with Value and Flexibility in Mind ? teksty Great Fitness Value with Outstanding Fitness Benefits.
a.Train with a quality Stability ball.
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***Plan Your Workout and Workout Your Plan!*** I see it ever unimarter UniMarter
***Plan Your Workout and Workout Your Plan!***

I see it everyday. You do too, but you may not recognize it. Someone, maybe you, walks into the gym / fitness center, pauses, looks around, pauses some more, and looks around some more. On and on it goes. This is the mark of someone who doesn?t know what their workout routine will be that day.Shoot, they may have not decided which body parts to work. And so they look around trying to decide what exercises to do, based on which equipment is available or how sore their muscles are, or even how tired they feel.Basically, it?s like grocery shopping on an empty stomach, without a menu plan, maybe even without a list, feeling like you are starving. When you get home you may have blown your entire grocery budget on the wrong foods, even though those foods looked good at the time of purchase.Planning your workouts for the week ahead is the best way to increase your productivity during your gym visits. This planning time gives you a perspective on your fitness goals that just running off to your workout cannot.Finding the best time for this planning, in an already overly busy schedule, can be challenging. However, it is definitely worth the effort. Within a few short weeks you will be able to plan an entire week of workouts in about 15 minutes. Since most people run the rat race Monday ? Friday and use the weekends for play and downtime, I will assume that workouts are done Monday ? Friday as well. (With an occasional Saturday if you choose to skip the Friday workouts.)This presents Sunday as the best day for you to jot down what you plan to do for the following week. Here are a few tips to help you get the most from your planning session and thus, the most from your workouts, without having to spend hours at the gym.Know what time demands lay ahead for the next week. If you normally hit the gym at 5:45 but Susie has gymnastics at 5:30 then you know you have to juggle the activities. If Susie is ok with you not watching practice, this may be a great time to squeeze in a workout. However, because you probably need to pick her up by 6:30 your workout time is at a premium. Know this going in and planning for it helps you accomplish your fitness goals while taking care of the family as well.Know what body parts you are working on which days, and why. Haphazardly combining muscle groups will actually stunt your progress. For example, my personal clients perform their upper leg workouts as a standalone session. This gives total focus on one of the biggest groupings of muscles in the body. Your body can respond by dedicating all the available resources on the legs.But also know that your chest and back can be worked effectively together. Shoulder and arms make a nice combination. By knowing this, and planning your workouts accordingly, you will skyrocket your success!How much cardio you do and when is important. Spacing your resistance training to allow for recovery can open up days that can be devoted to cardio alone. Because you are planning for this you can enter the gym knowing what you are doing with the confidence of knowing why. This avoids ?feeling guilty? because you worked on one or two body parts and not all muscles. It amazes me that some people will beat themselves up for doing something positive, simply because they do not know (or plan) enough to realize the positive aspects of their activities.Spend 15 minutes once a week and begin to unlock the dream body that is locked up inside you!Lance Curtis has written the "7 Keys to Unlock The Sexy Dream Body Inside You!"
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***STOP Letting the Fitness World SCAM YOU!!!!*** Do you wan unimarter UniMarter
***STOP Letting the Fitness World SCAM YOU!!!!***

Do you want me to stir up the pot? Well sure, why not! For 15 years, I have studied
and mentally assessed and re-assessed the fitness industry. Over and over have I
seen the same crappy abdominal commercials and narrow minded points of view in
articles and magazines! They all seem to have one goal in mind! Make you feel
utterly and totally helpless without their pill, potion, tonic, ab machine, or
convincing sell of their 'expertise'.Personal Trainers: Purported "trainers" trying to make up your mind for you.
Another one of my favorite pastimes; watching muscleheads convince the public
that they are qualified or have any scientific sense of what they're talking about.
Those single-minded points of view that have mislead the people that I work hard
to help. Those arrogant points of view that highlight only a one-way train of
thought. That dogmatic approach that continues to force consumers into a full
cirlce and about face when it comes to achieving results or improving wellness.I have seen trainers become trainers through the weekend and believe that one
certification and a bodybuilding title qualifies them to teach others. "TEACH", I say
loosely. These individuals aren't really TEACHING anything! They merely take their
clients through the gym, pick the equipment or exercise they enjoy, and 'go to it'!
RIDICULOUS! And don't even mention 'continuing education' because for some,
these two words don't even belong in the same sentence.The next best scenario is the bodybuilder teaching you to be 'healthy' when they
themselves are doped up on various types of ILLEGAL anabolic substances while in
pursuit of their illustrious $35 trophy. Isn't this not unlike a priest that goes out
drinking all weekend and sleeping with married women?? Ask yourself: If my
trainer takes the fast, easy road to attain that which they covet, will they make that
same decision for me? How could you possibly follow the instructions, guidance,
advice, or take someone seriously that is using drugs behind closed doors? Life is
about choice, I understand that. But, your 'trainer' is making a very conscious
decision to use UNHEALTHY agents to pursue their own narcissitic goal. How can
that person convince you to go the tough, long road when they themselves choose
the quick easy path?? I guess I leave that one to you! (Did I mention that steriods
were ILLEGAL??)Moving on: Curves, Cuts, Workout Express, the many 30 minute centers or even
your local gyms are just INNUNDATED with these people. They'll take you round
and round, not really TEACHING you the how's or why's to exercise. They'll just
hold your hand (if you even get that much attention to detail) to increase your
dependency on them, not unlike a crutch! But don't you worry, they'll still stroke
their own egos and convince you that they are worth $75, $100, or even $200 per
hour because they won or placed high in a national bodybuilding show!!Now don't get me wrong, not every trainer is this way and not every commercial or
'fitness personality' is trying to screw you over. Moreover, I train my share of people
that only want the 'guided tour'. That is fine. Some only want to receive your
guidance and / or your company. Par for the course. BUT...that is only my select
few. The masses receive the true path to performance; one paved with knowledge,
application, wisdom, determination, and the tools of understanding what to do and
how to do it! Yes, I'll admit, we do laugh our ASSES off along the way; LAUGHTER is
a cure-all remedy.BEWARE your ally; The Fitness Industry and those trainers with a single certification,
no certification, or the presentation of their many bodybuilding titles or 'modeling
shots' as their 'credentials'. teksty bodybuilding title or 'sexy' body never came with
TRUE knowledge or know how. Their single minded knowledge and lack of
educational diversity may be the beginning of your path to the dark side. Their
desire to sell you the quick and easy path to aesthetic beauty and immortality may
be your first step down the dark path. teksty dark side plagued with injury,
demotivation, and eventually attrition from your new fitness lifestyle. Embrace
those of whom view a much larger picture of you, your lifestyle, and where you aim
to go! Ergo, your path to enlightenment shall be realized!Phil Sottile, Fitness Specialist
ACSM HFI-Certified, NSCA-CPT, FT, CFT, CPT, PRCSPROFESSIONAL OVERVIEW:Phil Sottile, the director and owner of Intelligent Fitness / Athlete?s Edge, has 15 years of experience in the health club industry having pioneered two previous fitness companies (one taken to IPO) and owned his own fitness centers. He has co-hosted his own broadcast of INTELLIGENT FITNESS on 105.3FM and 540AM Radio, has appeared on NEWS12 LONG ISLAND as ?Personal Trainer to Long Island?s Kids? and has been reported on by several local magazines, newspapers, and bodybuilding periodicals. Additionally, he is a drug-free bodybuilding competitor and at 29, was the youngest Promoter of two popularly growing bodybuilding shows, The INBF Natural Long Island Experience and All Natural Revolution.

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***The Stunning Ring: Self Defense Wrapped Around Your Finger*** unimarter UniMarter
***The Stunning Ring: Self Defense Wrapped Around Your Finger***

Choosing a self defense product can be overwhelming. So when making this important decision ask yourself, "How quickly will I be able to defend myself with this product?".An attacker often waits for that person who is alone and unaware. They look for vulnerability. Most people do not have the luxury of a personal body guard, so you must protect yourself.In the event of an attack you have very limited time to react. You will not have time fumble through your purse or bag for that pepper spray or stun gun.You need the power to stop an attacker at your fingertips. You can do that with the Stunning Ring.The Stunning Ring is a self defense pepper spray ring. It is creatively designed to fit a man or woman; sizes 6-14. Choose between silver or gold plating, complimented with a genuine onyx stone.Because it is disguised as a ring an attacker would never know you have pepper spray. The ring can be worn all the time or you can slip it on when necessary. The Stunning Ring is convenient because it will be there when you need it.The ring is worn on the index or middle finger of your dominant hand with the safety latch closest to your thumb. Simply point the ring at an attackers face. Use your thumb to release the safety and depress the actuator.The Stunning Ring will release a 10% pepper spray formula with a heat rating of 2 million scoville heat units, 400 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper! The pepper spray canister has a 2-3 second burst with a range of about 12 inches and is replaceable.In addition to causing an attacker pain, the Stunning Ring formula will swell the mucous membranes, which makes breathing difficult, and swells the veins in the eyes, causing the eyes to shut. Coughing, choking, sneezing, severe burning sensations to the eyes, nose, throat and skin, and nausea are also effects that will last 20-30 minutes but cause no permanent damage.Once you have the attacker under control you can safely run for help.I hope that you never find yourself in a situation where your safety or the safety of your loved ones is compromised. But I also hope that you can protect yourself if you do.Laura Hite is the Marketing Director for Safety Technology, a wholesaler and manufacturer of self defense and security products. Visit the web site for more information on the Stunning Ring.

#stunningring #stunring #selfdefense #personalsafety #selfdefensering #covertselfdefense #sma
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***Staying Motivated - Fitness*** It?s no secret. The bigges unimarter UniMarter
***Staying Motivated - Fitness***

It?s no secret. The biggest challenge for you and I is finding the motivation to begin an exercise program or continue one recently started. Together, how can we inspire each other to make fitness a priority everyday?Our health is so important. Let?s get started. First, we?ll both need to accept the fact that living a healthy lifestyle is a process and not an event. Fitness is the end result of our daily habits and our everyday behavior. We rarely question why we do certain things, its just habit. So first of all we?ll need to alter our habits. How?You and I are going to take action! I?m getting motivated just thinking about taking action - action breeds motivation. We?re in this together. What?s next?Do we even know why we have certain habits? Changing our behavior is going to take time so the sooner we?re able to focus on making small changes the sooner we?ll see results. I?m making one small change today. I?ll walk just a little more today and tomorrow in addition to my regular exercise program. I?ll take a little extra time to enjoy the world around me while walking. I?ll keep my head high and see things as I?ve never seen them before. I can see this is going to pay off. It?s the right path and we?re on it. That was easy, now what?Now that I?m walking more, I need the right fuel. My eating habits need to change, but not all that drastically. Let?s agree that you and I will spend a little more time making better choices while shopping for groceries. After making a selection in the grocery store, we?ll pause and ask ourselves, ?Is this the best choice?? Are there similar products that are still enjoyable, but just a little healthier? We have the power to choose and we?re now choosing more wisely.If you and I are going to stay motivated, we need to constantly remind ourselves that a pay-off lays ahead. I can see its already working. teksty new, healthy, stronger you is emerging.We can?t forget that consistently making the right choices combined with an exercise plan will not only improve our overall health and fitness, it will also improve our appearance, energy level, and attitude. We?ll reap psychological benefits as well: more confidence, better self-esteem, and relief from anxiety and stress. So let?s start some planning.Our fitness is a priority so we?ll need to set aside 30 minutes a day for exercise. The mornings are best, but lunch is also a good time to exercise. You and I are not going to wait until the end of the day to exercise any longer. Our goal is to exercise before 2:00 p.m. whenever possible. On the days we can?t exercise before 2:00 p.m., we?ll schedule 45 minutes of exercise for the early evening or an hour the following day if we miss a day, but we won?t.When you?re not available, I?ll find someone else to exercise with me that day or I?ll exercise alone because it is important for me to stay committed to the plan. We?ll need to tell everyone we know our exercise schedule so they can encourage us to stick with it. Sharing our fitness goals with others will help us achieve our goals. We?ll feel compelled to exercise because it?s now part of our lifestyle. Exercise is now on our schedule as a ?high priority.?Thanks for offering to help me stay motivated. I?d like to share a few things I?ve found that might be helpful to you also:
One: Check with your doctor if you are starting a new exercise routine to play it safe, especially if you have any pre-existing conditions of potential concern. Share your fitness goals with your doctor.Two: Write down a few fitness goals and post them on your refrigerator. Keep them short and sweet. Sign the paper like it is an important contract, because it is. ?I commit to these fitness goals on this the ___ day of ______.? It really works.Three: Contact a personal trainer at your workout facility and ask them to show you the proper form for all of the exercises on your routine. If you haven?t prepared your routine yet, ask a personal trainer to help you prepare a customized workout plan. If you would like a customized workout plan you can obtain inexpensively online, contact me and I?ll hook you up with my personal trainer. He offers online training.Four: If your personal trainer suggests exercises you don?t really enjoy, don?t be shy. Ask him or her for an alternative exercise. I don?t even think of walking or running in the rain, so plan to see me in the gym at a spinning class or aerobics workout on rainy days.Five: Get to know a few of the people at your gym by name. You?ll enjoy going more frequently when you develop relationships with others living healthy lifestyles.Six: Ask a local nutritionist to prepare a sample weekly meal plan for you. If you don?t know a nutritionist, contact me and I?ll help you find a resource that allows you to prepare one online.Seven: Don?t have time today isn?t an excuse any longer. Studies suggest that several 5-10 minutes exercises spaced throughout the day can be just as beneficial as a regular workout.Eight: While the water is warming up for your shower, run in place for a few minutes, drop to the floor for a few sit-ups or push-ups. It?s a great way to get five minutes of exercise in everyday no matter what your day brings.Nine: Try to workout around the same time everyday. It becomes a good habit you can live with day in and day out.Ten: Reward yourself after reaching a milestone goal. Fitness isn?t dull and boring for you or I. It?s fun and we?ll stick with it because we want to and that?s all that matters.Greg Magnus is a member of the Richmond Triathlon Club, YMCA Marketing Committee member, Schwinn Certified Indoor Cycling Instructor, and a freelance writer. He has successfully launched several publishing companies during his career. He is also the founder of The Fitness Liaison Project - dedicated to helping others live better lives.
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#motivation #fitness #health #inspiration #workout #personaltrainer #nutrition #tips #walking #habit
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***How To Prevent Personal Trainer Burn Out*** Why did you d unimarter UniMarter
***How To Prevent Personal Trainer Burn Out***

Why did you decide to become a personal trainer? Was it your love of exercise? The rush you felt when you lifted a new max weight or beat your best time on the track? Maybe it was the thrill of being able to do what you love each day and help others to follow suite. Most likely it was your passion for fitness, and your passion for helping others, combined.With clients who are dedicated and excited about their workouts, co-workers who share common interests and ideals, and constant access to exercise equipment and health food we have a wonderful and rewarding job.Unfortunately, we usually end up with a few clients who make it difficult to stay passionate about our work. Some of our clients cancel at the last minute, or show up twenty minutes late. Some seem to expect us to lift the weight for them, on every rep of every set. And some simply want us to wave a magic wand and grant them new bodies on the spot.While the former type of client fuels our fire, the latter snuff it out. So how do we keep our passion alive?We take time to evaluate our situation, and make changes where necessary. There is no point in spending hours in the gym waiting for clients who do not show. Make a contract that states the amount of time you will wait before the session is canceled. Set up a prepay system; if the client has already paid for your service they are more likely to utilize it.Get to know your clients on a non-exercise level. Find out their likes and dislikes, their hobbies and favorite types of music. This is done simply with a short questionnaire, in your introductory conversation, and over a period of time. Use this information to tailor their workouts. For example, if a client is a baseball fan incorporate some baseball drills into their warm up, or have them play catch or run bases as part of their cardio routine.When your client has fun, you have fun.Of course, sometimes it is more a matter over time that causes our passion to burn out. We tend to put so much effort into helping and pleasing our clients that we forget about ourselves.Just as we plan our workouts and menus we need to plan time to relax. If you spend all day in the gym with clients, squeeze in a quick workout for yourself, and then rush home just to eat, sleep and wake up to start all over again, it?s no wonder you?re burnt out.As fitness professionals we know that our muscles need adequate time to rest, refuel, and repair. The same goes for our mental and emotional health.Perhaps this means taking a break from training clients on Saturday mornings, or making sure you are out of the gym by seven each evening. Maybe you need to schedule regular visits to a masseuse or buy tickets to your favorite sporting event or musician.
Even spending as little as ten minutes in the sauna or whirlpool after your workout to simply relax and regroup could help.Passion was what drove us to become fitness professionals, but it is not in endless supply. Take a look at your schedule and habits and then make the necessary changes. The spark of passion is always there, and just a small change can be enough to refuel the fire.Tom Perkins is a business solutions coach and certified personal trainer He leads fitness professionals profitability. Send an email to thecoach1-140208@autocontactor.com to receive the Essential Business Success Checklist. Or visit his website at http: / / www.fitnessindustrysolutions.com.

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***Personality Problems and Alzheimer's Disease*** Changes i unimarter UniMarter
***Personality Problems and Alzheimer's Disease***

Changes in behavior and personality in the Alzheimer's patient can be one of the most distressing aspects of the disease for friends, family and care givers.teksty patient can suddenly start exhibiting the exact opposite behavior and personality as they have shown throughout their lives.In addition, previously hidden or controlled personality traits such as spiteful behavior, a tendency to anxiety, nervousness or aggression (both verbal and physical) can surface mainly in the later stages.While many Alzheimer sufferers can remain unchanged apart from the memory loss and orientation problems, others can have varying mood swings which can fluctuate from being ecstatically happy to very sad.Personal hygiene can become a major issue with Alzheimer disease sufferers and their care givers, as washing and bathing is often forgotten or becomes very infrequent.This may be especially surprising and upsetting when combined with a personality change where a patient who previously was very fastidious with their hygiene becomes very lax.This can be very distressing for their friends and relatives, as clothing can be stained with urine or faeces leading to body odors.Lewd public behavior such as undressing in public and flashing or fondling of genitals can also become a difficult problem for care givers to deal with if it is not carefully monitored.The biggest challenge that these problems pose to care givers, friends and relatives is to remember that it is the disease that is causing this behavior and the most important thing is to maintain the patient's dignity at all times.Dignity is a very precious commodity to own when suffering from Alzheimer's disease, as this is often all they have left.Discover the information you need to know about Alzheimer's and all forms of dementia. The risks, potential causes, available treatments, daily activities, and more at http: / / www.Answers4Alzheimers.com

#alzheimer 'sdisease #personality #anxiety #nervousness #aggression
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***Keeping your New Years Health & Fitness Resolutions in 200 unimarter UniMarter
***Keeping your New Years Health & Fitness Resolutions in 2006***

Yes, it is that time again when most of us decide to make some changes in life. These are normally related to our health. Stop smoking, start training, lose some body fat, start eating healthier and so forth. According to a study conducted by GNC, 55% promised to eat healthier, 50% resolved to exercise more, and 38% wanted to lose weight.This is the probably the worst time to make changes in your life. For one, it is highly ineffective and from previous experience, there are very few of us who actually stick to them! Only 20% of us actually stick to our new promises we make to ourselves. Most new years resolutions are the same every year, and, tend to fade away come February.Don?t let the statistics determine your success. Here we will offer you some inside tips to help you become that 20% and ensure you resolutions remain in tact and become achievements. Never again will you need to make these New Year resolutions.Develop a Support System
Tell your friends and family about your gaols and how you will achieve them. Better still, set some mutual goals with your friends and work together. Ask them to follow up with you on your progress from time to time to ensure you are on top of things.Make your Resolutions Attainable
Don?t try to conquer Rome in a day. All goals must be realistic and achievable. Give yourself the best chance possible at achieving them. Don?t plan to run a Marathon by March. Aim to participate in a 10km walk or a fun run for charity. There are plenty of small events in Bangkok that you can choose from.Make a Plan
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Just as a business is only as successful as its business plan, your lifestyle works on the same principles. Write down specific dates to achieve your goals.Break it Down
If your goal is to lose say 5kgs, the write out step by step, just how you will achieve this. If you have tried to achieve this before, also write down the obstacles you experienced that prevented you from achieving them. Then set out to minimise them. If work is one reason why you can get to the gym, then go for a walk at lunch time or speak with your superiors or HR department to introduce workplace health and fitness initiatives.DON?teksty DIET!!!
We all know diets don?t work. Changing your eating habits does not constitute dieting. Eat sensibly. Eat 4-5 smaller meals pre day. Include plenty of vegetables, protein and minimise carbohydrates. Do not eliminate them,Reward Yourself
Reward yourself with gifts, holidays and weekends away, a spa package, massage or go shopping. Refrain from using food as a reward. You can also set yourself financial rewards. Set aside a certain amount of money each day or week for getting to the gym x times or eating your five planned meals for the day.Keep a Journal
Write down everything you eat and what time you eat it. Record your exercise duration and if possible your total energy expenditure (calories). When things aren?t going to plan, you can look through your journal and make adjustments accordingly.Get professional Assistance
Employ the services of a professional. Find a personal trainer or fitness coach who can devise the most appropriate exercise and nutrition program that you enjoy and can stick with. They will help you stay on track and help you work through the tough times.Make sure your New Years Resolutions for 2006 are not on your list for 2007!Daniel Remon is the Managing Director of Fitcorp Asia. Thailand?s most professional and only results guaranteed personal training and workplace health promotion organisation. You can learn more at http: / / www.personaltrainingbangkok.com and http: / / www.fitcorpasia.com.

#newyearsresolutions #fitness #personaltraining #fatloss #weightloss #fitnessgoals #getfit #bangkok
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