Welcome to the 40th edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum. We had more submissions to this edition than ever before. Thank you all for your participation because that is what makes this all possible. Please come back to Weight Master for our next edition and our other posts.
Cash Tree presents Time No Longer an Excuse with Ten Minute Trainer posted at Ten Minute Trainer, saying, "When we get in a rut of being unfit, we make excuses for our own behavior. We all do it and we rarely realize what we are doing. These excuses may seem totally valid when we are in the act of self-sabotage. Maybe we have a twinge of pain in our shoulder that we think should excuse us from exercise. More often than not, however, the excuse is lack of time. Ten Minute Trainer takes this excuse away from you and makes you take action."
Nate McGraw presents A Beginners Guide to Sprints posted at Fit-Life Online, saying, "A Beginner's Guide to Sprints. The days of chronic cardio are over. If your goals include shedding fat and building lean muscle, then you don't ever need to "go for a run" again. Instead use these quick sprint workouts to really burn fat and rev up your metabolism."
Andrew Edgington presents Discussing Muscles posted at Mick, saying, "Get the best bodybuilding health tips and training techniques as well as learning about how to do steroid cycles safely."
Robert Galway presents Ftiness Bootcamp posted at robertgalway.com, saying, "Boot camp exercises are chosen to build strength and total body conditioning through repetition, duration, and gradual intensity. A typical day of full basic training in the booth camp exercises are also easy to weave into your running program, as you can do them at regular intervals during your workout at a park, trail or track."
Jim DeSantis presents How To Investigate Health Insurance Providers posted at On Line Tribune Health, saying, "The growing number of consumers needing reasonably priced health insurance plans with decent coverage has led to the mushrooming of scam health insurance providers. These providers often target new retirees, the elderly, young families, and small-business owners who can't negotiate group rates with legitimate insurers. Here's how to find legitimate low cost providers."
Pius Ephenus presents You Are What You Eat posted at http://www.wellnessfitnessblogger.com, saying, "There are many drawbacks to having a poor diet. Not only will constant takeaways and microwave meals cause you to put on weight, they will have an effect on so many other parts of your make-up that you will suffer more than you can possibly believe. The effects on the waistline are the first that people will notice, but you will also have less energy, your skin will suffer and there is plenty of evidence to suggest that your mental well-being will be affected as well. Your body needs the nutrients that fresh food provides, otherwise it will suffer. You would not buy a new sports car and then put gravy in the petrol tank, would you? You have to make sure that you give your body the fuel it needs too."