7 Health and Fitness Beliefs You Need to Scrap

The Internet is full of information. Unfortunately, not all of it is based in fact. It’s easy to get sucked into an article that is well-written even if it’s utter nonsense. When it comes to your health, you can’t really afford to put blind faith into various fitness beliefs of others.

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7 Ways Fitness Benefits a Command of Holiday Shopping

For many people, holiday shopping is stressful and physically taxing. So many people flock to favorite stores to get discounts and deals, and some seem to be ready for combat. You’ve probably even seen stories on the news of people getting trampled on Black Friday. Have you ever considered how health and fitness impacts your ability to shop during the holiday season?

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How to Forgive Yourself When You Do Poorly with Fitness

How often do you “hate” yourself when you do something stupid or wrong? A lot of people will become overly frustrated and even depressed with themselves because of decisions they make. I know I do. When it comes to health and fitness, I bet there is a great deal of depression and anxiety among many. So, how can you forgive yourself when you mess something up when trying to be healthy?

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Feeling Sluggish in the Morning? Here Are a Few Posibilities

Ever wake up and just don’t seem to have your head together? Perhaps your body aches and it’s difficult to get yourself moving. In any case, feeling sluggish in the morning happens to all of us at some point. The trick is to identify what’s causing the issue so you can wake up in the morning feeling well rested. Here area a few possibilities you may want to consider.

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How Walking and Strength Training Help You Lose Fat

One of the quickest ways to lose fat is to eat a proper diet and get plenty of cardio. But can walking and strength training help lose body fat? Depends on your workout routines and the intensity of your walks. The trick is to do activity that gets your heart rate up to the point of putting your body into “cardio mode.”

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Review: How Healthy is Tai Pei Shrimp Fried Rice?

I am constantly on the look out for good and quick Asian cuisine. I’m also looking to keep it as cheap as possible. The Tai Pei Shrimp Fried Rice was a nice surprise, even if the price is a bit steep. However, it contains a bit much in terms of calories than I would normally eat in a lunch or dinner.

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Is Arctic Zero Brownie Blast Worth the Price?

Arctic Zero is a brand of frozen dessert that is healthy for those who are conscious about calories and carbs. Today, I am looking a the Brownie Blast flavor of this product. And all I can really say is, “Yeah…it’s healthy.” Unfortunately, that’s about it.

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Challenging Myself: Putting My Foot Down on 600 Calories

So, last week I wanted to do my net 600 calorie diet. Unfortunately, I gained a pound over the week. This was not because my diet failed, but that I failed it. In theory, my plan for 600 calories has merit. However, I seem to lack the proper motivation to see it through. Am I capable of practicing any kind of restraint or have the mindset to address my issues?

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Review: Safeway Signature Select Teriyaki Chicken Frozen Dinner

My quest for the perfect frozen dinner continues. Today, I’m looking at the Safeway Signature Select Teriyaki Chicken frozen dinner. I picked this up yesterday as it was on sale, two for $4. As I usually try to keep my meals within the $2 mark, I figured I would give this dish a try. I was somewhat impressed by the results.

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