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No Pills Necessary: Beat depression with exercise and a good diet.

Depression Everyone feels sad from time to time, but depression is characterised by prolonged feelings of sadness, dejection and hopelessness. One in five women and one in eight men will experience depression at some point in their lives. Depression is a complicated illness, which can involve a number of contributing factors such as genes, environment, […]

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Snowboarders – ultimate preparation workout

So its nearly time for the snow season down here in the southern hemisphere and alot of people will be getting all excited about hitting the slopes this year. You bought the sickest outerwear, had your board waxed and edges sharpened and are all ready to carve it up  on the slopes. Just like any […]

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Is a lack of sleep holding you back from reaching your goals?

One of the biggest mistakes people make when starting a fitness program is overlooking the amount of sleep they are getting. One of the easiest ways to burn fat and build muscle is simply to get more sleep roughtly 7-8 hours minimum. There’s not a diet pill on the shelves that could do what adequate […]

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The 365 Workout

Ok, so i know im slightly stealing bits from the infamous 300 workout but why not, its an awesome test of fitness and strength so why not try to elaborate on it. Ok, so here it goes….. 40 Pull Ups 40 Bar Dips 40 hanging Leg Raises 40 Box Jumps (24 inch) 40 Push Ups […]

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How much exercise do you really need to do to burn last nights alcohol off?

In my early twentys when i was a big drinker, i was very naiive in the way that i believed i could go out and smash 20 beers and a kebab and as long as i got my arse out of bed in the morning and ran for 30 mins i would ‘sweat out’ all […]

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Getting Fit Means More for Cancer Patients

Being diagnosed with any form of cancer is not on anyone’s list of things to do during the course of their lifetime. Unfortunately, millions of people are diagnosed with cancer each year, some with commonly known forms of cancer and others with rare, more dangerous forms such as mesothelioma. While it may seem like being […]

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