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Lately there seems to be a lot of talk about whether or not its possible to spot reduce body fat. Spot reduction would be like doing crunches in an effort to lose your gut. The concensus has long been that its not possible to spot reduce but tjis hasn't stopped the As Seen On TV Scam team and the other magic potion pedalers from trying their best to get you to ignore that fact. To keep it simple, up until now the only thought on the matter has been that the only way to lose weight body fat is an... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2010 at FitnessQuests
For most of us, we have a real love/hate relationship with working out. Many of us love the feeling we get during and after a great workout. When everything is firing on all cylinders, you feel stronger than usual, your endurance is through the roof, and you could open bottle on your arm veins. There isn’t a much better feeling than beating personal bests and the physical rush that comes with it is almost superhuman. Also, who can argue with results? Of course we all know that most workouts we don’t feel like super powerhouses that can do anything and... Continue reading
Posted Mar 6, 2010 at FitnessQuests
Hello Lads and Ladies, Today I wanted to address the idea that if you lift weights you will become bulky and muscular because I personally think that its one of the biggest misconceptions out there and it is one that seems to stifle the progress of far too many people. Most of us have read about the weight loss and health benefits of lifting weights. Different camps have their different opinions but I think we can agree that, while maybe not in extremes, the act of weight lifting is a generally healthy thing to do. A lot of people though... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2010 at FitnessQuests
QXS33M3HC3QY A few days ago I recieved an email from someone in the web fitness industry that basically said that I signed up for his newsletter and then told me his credentials of his website being online for many years and a bunch of other stuff. Then he went on to tell me all about how I could unsubscribe if I wanted to and put extra emphasis on the fact that he really would remove me if I wanted him to but that if I wanted to keep getting his newsletter, just do nothing and he'd keep sending it. The... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2010 at FitnessQuests
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Feb 22, 2010