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north small arms Red bottom shoes by linwenwu0721 Posted Tue 11 Jun 2013 5:01am otherwise the father of wu, in my importunity request I am here just waiting for you for a few days. Cool smile, unexpectedly was lost my dad with how thick they are a group of people full of go to hebei, quickly went up to him and said I haven't finished yet. I mean, small nine didn't buy anything Christian Louboutin UK smile, small nine sta ... Read on »
Why are T-Rex’s Arms so small and other things. by Chic Runner Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:04pm Friday, Friday, Friday! Welcome back, and how I love you. I don’t know if I can ever top my icebath video last week, but I’ll try with more funny things. So I have google analytics on my site. It’s entertaining to me to see what people come to my site for. Yes, I can see how you got here, you little creepers. :) There are just some funny ones, th ... Read on »
Happy Small Business Saturday + VS Arm Printable by Blogilates Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 4:41pm Hey POPsters! Hope your weekend is going well! Wanna start off by saying I went to the mall and couldn’t find the Nikes I wanted :( I saw the highlighter frees but they were in size 8 and 8.5 so I sadly walked out of the factory store empty handed! I will try my luck online later today! Happy Small Business Saturday! If you got t ... Read on »
Johns Hopkins Performs Double Arm Transplant Little Over A Month Ago and Has Movement in One Arm So Far by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 12:55am This is great as he lost all four limbs and served the country and was hurt in Iraq.  It was just done a little over a month ago and he already has some movement with the one arm.  Poor guy doesn’t have legs either so this is big for him.  BD  Twenty-six-year-old Brendan Marrocco was the first soldier to survive losing all fo ... Read on »
45 Minute Circuit Workout. Cardio. Arms. Legs. by Fitsouffle Posted Tue 13 Aug 2013 10:31pm I started this little blog for a couple of reasons, one of the biggest is for my clients who are unable to make it to the studio for class but still want to get a workout in.  Today's workout would be great for in-home or on the road at a hotel gym, all you need is small hand weights and an ankle band (which I highly suggest buying one or two t ... Read on »
8 Minutes Arms and Back in the City! by Jamie Sometimes Healthy Girl Posted Fri 10 May 2013 6:55am I’ve got a little secret to tell you. I can’t do ONE push up…at least not without doing the girlie kind, and even then, I can only do about 15. As someone who loves to run and work out, this shortcoming has always bothered me, especially when I read about all those crazy Crossfit people. However, even without push-ups, whenever I wear a ... Read on »
10 minute Arm Workout by Kiley M. Posted Mon 04 Jun 2012 9:56am I don’t have clever names for my workouts, like The Gun Show Workout or Tank Top Ready Arms or Arm-Flab-Be-Gone, blah.  Anyway, I got up after feeding the little B man and took him on a 30 minute run with me. He is a lot easier to push than little G man, not that 22 months and 10 lbs makes much of a difference Then I got home, sent my man ... Read on »
Workout your Arms in 15 Minutes! by Cait M. Posted Fri 05 Aug 2011 12:59pm Sorry friends..NO Foodie Friday today – Justin and I are  leaving tomorrorw for a few days at the beach – and I haven’t had the time to make something new/write about. MORE recipes will be coming soon though – I promise!   However.. I did have 5 minutes on my hands yesterday – and decided to do ANOTHER  reader request…   Yesterd ... Read on »
10 Minute Workout: Arms by Suzanne B Posted Sun 08 Jul 2012 3:47pm To round up the 10 minute workout series, today we'll focus on arms. The arm muscles are pretty hard to tone, and as you grow older, people start to talk of the 'arm jiggle'. I found this video from the Mel B workout DVD. It is great because it does not require weights; you can use basic items around you. She uses bottles of water. Plus, y ... Read on »
Your Arm Hurts? Thank Your Little League, AAU, and Fall Ball Coaches. by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 10:06am I have a policy when it comes to my writing: If something is going to be controversial and potentially elicit a negative response from my readers, I “sit” on the topic for 24 hours.  During that time, I weigh the decision of whether me publicly writing about something is for the better good – meaning that it’ll help people in the long-term ... Read on »