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Keshia Kirtz (Baker): Olympics Gold Medalist 4X400 m relay Reveals her Success Mantra " To be successful set your mind that you want to achieve it"

06 February 2016      

Keshia Chantay Baker is an American track and field athlete. She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the 4X400 m relay event, running in the heats and winning a gold medal.

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Top 10 Diet Myths Debunked

06 February 2016      

In this article Women Fitness tries to demistify your myths and provide facts and tips about weight loss, nutrition, and physical activity. This information may help you make healthy changes in your daily habits.

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Zika Virus: High Alert for Pregnant Women

05 February 2016      

A major cause of concern for all pregnant women today is how to get protected from zika virus. This is a real serious major health concern for such expectant mothers. Women Fitness brings a complete resource to women with such anxiety.

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Heart Disease and Aging

04 February 2016      

Age is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease including heart disease. After menopause, the incidence of heart disease in women rises and eventually virtually mirrors heart disease rates in men.

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Bernadett Matassa: World Hottest IFBB PRO competitor and Fitness Model Reveals her Workout, Diet and Beauty Secrets

04 February 2016      

Bernadett Matassa was born and raised in beautiful Hungary, a country located in eastern Europe. As a little girl she was very active and often got into trouble, so her parents decided to keep her busy by enrolling her in kick-boxing.

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Make-up tips for Valentine Day

03 February 2016      

You can make Valentine Day a grand success by planning your 'dressing up' well in advance. Whether you plan a romantic night out with the one you love, or a night out with the girls, don't hesitate to try these tips, and have a great Love Day!

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Whittle Your Waistline: Surprisingly Simple Steps to a Flatter Stomach

02 February 2016      

WHO defines obesity in terms of abdominal fat. Not only does belly fat make people feel self-conscious about their looks, it is a serious health risk as well, being fifth in line as the likeliest risk factor for heart disease.

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Yoga For Those Who Sit All Day

02 February 2016      

Sitting for longer duration on chair can lead to a whole slew of problems including back pain and reduced mobility. It is also associated with higher heart attack, metabolic syndrome, obesity and type 2 diabetes risk as well as earlier overall death. But for anyone with a desk job, sitting all day is hard to avoid.

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Top 10 Exercises to Build Ankle Stability

01 February 2016      

The risk of ankle injuries varies from sport to sport. Ankle injury make up 45% of all injuries in basketball, 31% in soccer, and 25% in volleyball.

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Use of Paracetamol During Pregnancy can prove Detrimental

29 January 2016      

Paracetamol is the most widely-used painkiller in the world - and is deemed the only painkiller that is safe for mothers-to-be.

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Pilates for Runners

28 January 2016      

Running is performing the same movement over and over. This receptive motion leads to overdeveloped muscles such as the quadriceps, but also leads to weak and tight underdeveloped muscles such as the hamstring and gluts.