Women Fitness Blog

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2016 Olympic Gold Medalist Katerina Stefanidi Shares Her Pole Vaulting Journey

24 April 2017 

Katerina Stefanidi is a Greek pole vaulter. She won the gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games with a jump of 4.85 meters., while she has also competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics. She is the current European outdoor (2016) and indoor (2017) champion and a World indoor championships medalist.

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Test Your Posture & Train Regularly

24 April 2017

Strong muscles play an important role in maintaining posture and balance during movement. There are several muscle groups, including the hamstrings and large back muscles, that are critically important in maintaining good posture. Soft lenses may be recommended for people with dry eyes as they allow oxygen to pass through.

 

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Herbalife Nutrition Tips For A Fit and Healthy Summer

21 April 2017

Summer is just around the corner and believe it or not, summer body preparation should start now, in April. It might seem early, but with proper planning, and an early start, you can avoid crash diets that do little for you waist line and even less for your mood.

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Role Of Blueberries In Menstrual Health

20 April 2017       

Blueberries are a power-packed food to consume both for promoting fertility during pre-conception and throughout the entire pregnancy. This tiny-yet-mighty superfood is full of fertility-friendly nutrients like vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants.

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Quick-Fixes For Your Waistline

20 April 2017        

Name any beauty treatment, from exfoliating to detoxification to massaging, and it's a fairly safe bet that it can be of some use to the waist. A flabby waist can have countless different causes. Dietary factors can lead to bloating or water retention, as can hormonal issues surrounding your menstrual cycle or menopause, or just plain old middle-aged spread.

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Stretches For Runners To Prevent Injury

19 April 2017

Running for many is a part of cardiovascular routine. Running, of course, is not for everyone. It is a high-impact activity that is not always suitable for over-weight or older women, whose joints just can't take the constant pounding.

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Poor Breakfast Lifestyle: A Contributing Factor of Metabolic Syndrome 

19 April 2017      

Metabolic syndrome is a collective term for factors that are linked to an increased risk of suffering from cardiovascular disorders. Metabolic syndrome encompasses abdominal obesity, high levels of harmful triglycerides, low levels of protective HDL (High Density Lipoprotein).

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Maintaining Sobriety While Traveling

18 April 2017      

Changes in one's attitudes and coping skills is significant in order to break the habit of relying on substance abuse as a solution. Relapse prevention is a cognitive-behavioral approach with the goal of identifying and preventing high-risk situations and understanding warning signs.

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Why exercise is essential for a healthy mind [just as it is for a healthy body]

18 April 2017       

Physical inactivity and bad nutrition are two major public health problems, which would most possibly lead to the development of a variety of diseases. Obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and depression are just a few of these.

 
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4 Easy Steps Towards Alcohol-Free Living

17 April 2017

This year for Alcohol Awareness Month, I decided to cut out alcohol completely. In fact, I started my alcohol detox a few weeks before April and am proud to say I'm still on it and have not caved.