Why Everyone Should Have a Superhero Complex for Healthy Living

One of my personal goals is to dress up as a superhero for Halloween while looking like I jumped right out of the movie. My current focus is Captain America. Although I doubt I’ll be as ripped as Chris Evans, it’s still something I would like to do. However, looks are not the only reason why you should have a superhero complex.

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Fitness Experiment: Breaking Lying Leg Raise Record in 7 Days

I am currently in a challenge with a friend to lose the most weight inside of 30 days. As part of this challenge, I am going to run an experiment regarding whether or not I can break my personal lying leg raise record within seven days. I think I need more than a week, but I guess we’ll see.

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Why You Should Never Cheat in Health Tracking Apps

A lot of people cheat at games to make themselves feel exceptional. No one likes to lose, and some just cannot handle the thought of being “bad” at something. This is also evident in fitness apps that promote a social element. While cheating may look good on a smartphone, it doesn’t do anything for your health.

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How to Gain Benefits in Fitness By Breaking Personal Records

It can be quite difficult at times to stay motivated for health. I’m not just talking about physical fitness here. You also need to pay attention to the mental side of things. Breaking personal records may deliver far more benefits than just being able to lift a certain amount of weight. Here is why I relish in trying to surpass my own abilities.

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How to Adapt to Anxiety Attacks

Living with anxiety can be quite problematic. However, it doesn’t always have to be viewed as a bad thing. In many cases, it’s related to our “fight or flight” impulse. It’s when you find yourself in an anxious state for long periods of time and quite frequent when it can cause health issues. What can you do when your adrenaline simply won’t stop pumping?

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How to Improve Life By Understanding Your Limitations

One of my favorite sayings is, “A man’s gotta know his limitations.” Although I don’t have a long-barreled .44 Magnum Smith and Wesson to go with the quote, it still rings true. In reality, knowing how far you can push yourself improves a wide range of things in life. Whether it’s career or fitness, knowing this point is beneficial.

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