Self-Myofascial Release for the Feet

Self-Myofascial Release for the Feet

By Sean O’Neill with Portland Personal Training .....Do you have foot pain? Plantar fasciitis? Neuropathy? Super tight hamstrings or hips? Tight Achilles?Are your feet limiting how long you can stand, walk, or exercise? Are you trying to lose weight and be more fit but cannot exercise as much or as hard as you would like? […]

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Khino’s Quick Bicep Blog

Featured exercise: Bicep Curls for muscular toned arms or big bulging biceps. There are many effective ways to develop the biceps. As seen in this video, biceps can be toned and developed using a barbell, ez bar, or dumbbells.  You can also use cables, bands, machines, and functional body-weight exercises to create great looking arms as well but we […]

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How to Recover from Holiday Feasting

How to Recover from Holiday Feasting

Did you over do it over the holidays? I did. And now, I'm feeling low, slow and dumb. I am anxious to get back to my Whole 30 (which I'm committing to start Jan. 1) but I want to feel better NOW!   Some helpful hints I've found through some research are below.   Take […]

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How to Use the Elliptical for Fat Loss

How to Use the Elliptical for Fat Loss

The elliptical might just be the most used — and misused — piece of equipment at your gym. While the amount of calories you burn in any given elliptical workout depends on ramp height, resistance level and speed stride speed, you can burn usually burn about 270 to 400 calories in 30 minutes (see the […]

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Keys to Getting to the Gym

Keys to Getting to the Gym

Make it an appointment. Put it in your calendar and don't give yourself the option not to go. You know you won't feel like it when the time comes but do it anyway. You wouldn't blow off your husband/wife or boss if you had an appointment. Treat it the same way. Don't over think it! […]

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Eating Healthy While Eating Out

Eating Healthy While Eating Out

Quick Tips 1. Ask for it your way. Dining out is no time to be a meek consumer, notes Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) and coauthor of the book Restaurant Confidential. “You need to be an assertive consumer by asking for changes on the […]

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