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Nothiong is impossible on earth. Name your determination as MISSION POSSIBLE. Go ang get it. Keep your finger crossed
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Though it might be worth a chat with your doctor, the safe heartrate range used to be calculated at 200 minus your age.  So you aren't that...
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The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 05 -.8g of protein per pound of body weight for those who lift weights or are training. For your...
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Hi There Fordyce's spots, as guys we get then and there all very normal, its like you have joined the club as we all have them.Good Luck
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Blurred vision is an eye problem that required optometrist care. You could have iritis, glaucoma, optic neuritis that is being worsened by your...
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if you really don't feel comfortable with it, tell him. maybe he could get a personal trainer? but if you don't want to do that, I would...
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I have had 4 surgeries of the same knee in a 2 year period (and also not in shape), but the best thing that has worked for me was simple walking and...
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Hi If your talking the gym, no forget that, but do get out and do some brisk walking, get in swimming, perhaps in a couple of weeks some light...
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As an RN as well as a personal trainer, I think it is bad to take any kind of performance enhancers, but I can understand the thinking behind it...
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Hi Try being the real man and have them out, save all your worrying, but for the time being just put it to the back of your mind and work through it...
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You don't mention how much weight you have to lose. If you don't carry that much weight you might be at the place your body wants to be...
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It is possible that your workouts are causing you to become over stimulated and resulting in an increased metabolism and nightmares. Sometimes...
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First off, good for you for taking charge of your health!  Between 5.7 and 6.4 is considered pre-diabetes and between 4-5.6 is normal. 6.5 or...
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I think you should have to consult your Fitness Trainer . Your Trainer will give you good suggestion for that.I really having this problem while...
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It's amazing thing to workout with your friends. You really motivate to get fitness.We always have to do warm up exercise. http://www.aptitudefit...
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