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How Ab Exercises can Harm your Pelvic Floor by Bonnie B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:42pm 1 Comment Hi there! I’m sorry I’ve been M.I.A. for the past few weeks! June has been a complete whirlwind for me so far: First, I landed a ghost writing gig, a 200-page book that needs to be completed in six weeks! (My full-time gig is ghost writing/editing books.) And on top of that, my boyfriend’s family came into town and swept us off to Santa Barbara ... Read on »
Weight Management and Fitness Forum 62nd Edition by Weight Master E. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 2:00pm Welcome to the 62nd edition of weight management and fitness forum. We appreciate everyone's participation and hope you enjoy these selections. Please come back to Weight Master for our next edition and other informative posts. Rugbygirl Crosby presents Top 25 Nursing Ethics Blogs posted at LPN to BSN Online . Leslie Brown presents ... Read on »
Top 5 Lower Body Exercises For Women by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 Apr 2009 12:23am # 1 Static Lunges Lunges in general are really good for developing lower body strength. It works a bunch of muscles (quads, hamstrings, gluteus) and it’s a fairly easy exercise to get used to. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and keep your head straight and shoulders back. Step out with one foot and bring your opp ... Read on »
Abdominal Exercise and Infomercial Gadgets by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:01pm I was reading my Facebook wall the other day and noticed that one of my friends mentioned that they recently purchased some abdominal exercise gizmo. I won't name names to embarrass anyone but my first reaction was AAAaaaarGGHhhhhhhh! My second reaction was to get a grip and realize that people are going to purchase these things and that the ... Read on »
Best Ab Exercises by Jessica H. Posted Wed 24 Jun 2009 12:00am You can thank the Big Guy upstairs for that muffin top. Womens’ bodies are programmed to store more fat in the abdominal area to aid in pregnancy. This is all great, grand and wonderful when you’re preggers but most of us are not the majority of the time! That means we have to work twice as hard as our male counterparts to flatten our ... Read on »
Top 5 Fat Loss Ab Exercises by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 4:03pm Limiting fat loss ab exercises to only 5 is tough but I will do it! My Fitness Hut’s Athletic Abs Training System trains movements and not just muscles! You will get the sculpted, toned abs that you want and you won't walk around like a stiff robot! You will build those abs for every day movements! We all kneel, stand, walk and run, so your abs ... Read on »
FitLit: Oxygen vs. Women's Health by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Oct 2008 6:09am Our first FBG magazine face-off included some of the fluffier women’s fitness magazines available. This time around, we decided to go a little more hard-core, with Oxygen and Women’s Health magazines. These magazines have little or no emphasis on beauty, style and fashion, and focus much more on serious exercise and healthy eating. So how do these ... Read on »
FITsplint Review and the Core by Jill Will Run Posted Thu 24 May 2012 10:30am A little bit ago I learned about MomBodFitness , a site/program/products dedicated to helping moms with pregnancy and post-pregnancy core strength. Having a strong core is really the basis for almost any fitness program you’d want to do, so it’s essential to worry about getting that in shape and keeping it in shape. The owner, Celeste , not ... Read on »
Just Say No To Sit-Ups And Crunches by Susannyny Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 28 Dec 2010 7:57pm While out to dinner with family and friends Christmas Eve, the conversation turned to exercise. Specifically, abdominal exercises. I attempted to share my opinion on why sit-ups and crunches are not optimal abdominal exercises but the consensus was that I didn't know what I was talking about. As I was told (and yes, this is a quote from the ... Read on »
Pilates in the Third Trimester by Elaine E. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 9:26am You are in your third trimester and still doing pilates- great! Many women who've had babies and maintained their pilates routine throughout pregnancy say it was one of the best things that they did for themselves. Staying active keeps the body strong and your mood lifted, as well as decrease your recovery time after the birth. Of course, as your ... Read on »