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Average weight for women in the U. S. has changed from 147 lbs. in 1994 to 153 lbs. The average weight for women has increased by 6 lbs. but the ideal weight in the average woman’s mind has only increased by 2 lbs. The weight gain came as a shock for me, because of all t ...
Aug 09 2007 1:55pm
Telephone help can spur diet, exercise changes While some people may need a personal trainer to get fit, a new study suggests that a little health advice over the phone can also do the trick. In a review of 26 studies on telephone health counseli ...
Apr 11 2007 6:09pm
Change a Habit - Change Your Life I thought this was really interesting - there is some Reverend in Kansas City, MO that came up with the idea of creating a bracelet imprinted with "A complaint free world.org". The purpose of said bra ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
how much does rollerskating with 2 adults and one child how much does rollerskating cost with 2 adults and one child
Mar 22 2008 3:49pm
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May 05 2008 11:47am
Change it UP! In order to really get a workout, to keep your body guessing, you’ve got to change up your routine. Our trainers at the MMA club I go to are constantly rearranging our regimen. They stick to an over ...
Aug 28 2007 9:19am
Change is Good If you had to eat the exact same thing day in, day out, you’d get a little bored after a while, right? Well, imagine how your body feels if you put it through the same workout day in, day out. It ge ...
Sep 14 2007 5:00pm
Climbing Walls Changing P.E. Climbing walls not only challenge students physically, but it exercises their problem-solving skills. Kennedy School in Milford is the fourth elementary school to install a climbing wall in the pas ...
Oct 11 2007 10:49am
... ate to the students that they are safe, like you described, and fun, so that they'll want ... more
Feb 19 2008 10:01am
Little changes make big difference Short of going on a formal food program, nutritionists say making simple changes can greatly improve the quality of your diet. For example, eat meat baked, grilled or broiled – not fried, certainly ...
Aug 25 2007 6:10am
Change Your Relationship with Your Treadmill Part of the reason so many of us stop going to the gym is that it can get to be tedious after a while. Thirty minutes on the elliptical, another monotonous 15 minutes with strength training and then i ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Little changes = big difference Little lifestyle changes can make a large overall impact on your health and fitness. Try walking the stairs or even walking up the escalator rather than standing. Don't fight for that close parking ...
Sep 06 2007 12:19pm
I found that one of the most valuable things my dietician taught me was ... more
Oct 30 2007 2:47pm