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World Champion Fitness Expert Transforms Lives with the Eco-Diet

Can you get in shape and live a healthy lifestyle without home cooking and exercise equipment? Sure, but it's a bit more complicated, depending on your timeline. 1. Set your goal 2. Establish a timeline for reaching that goal 3. <br>Source:

Armed with over 12 years of meticulous research and backed by hundreds of client success stories, Sean identifies the root causes of the problem and takes aim at government, big agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and the $60 billion dollar diet and fitness industry. His research includes the exercise programs of pro-athletes and Olympians. I asked, what are the strongest, fastest men and women on the planet doing to reach elite physical condition. Lets do that! According to Sean, elite athletes follow a simple fitness triad thats conspicuously absent in fad diet and fitness routines and then he lays it all out in The Eco-Diet. Eco-Diet enthusiasts include, Alain Kashama who played pro-football for the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears before training as a pro-boxer. Im a perfect example of the facts and ideas in the book, says Kashama who went from 280 pounds as an NFL defensive end, to a 240 pound pro-boxer. World Blind Power-lifting Champion, Stephen Jesso became a true believer after dropping 127 pounds in less than a year on the Eco-Diet. Not only did I get stronger, leaner and improve my overall health, I was able to eat an abundance of clean, natural food. <br>Source:

Fitness: How to roll away that tension

The program is meant to encourage family fitness by hosting exercise classes in thecitys parks. The program costs $85 for a Fitness in the Parks pass, or $8 for drop-ins, according to the department, but registration is required. Jenni Guarascio, the departments part-timerecreation coordinator, marketing director and special events coordinator, said movement and physical activity help keep a person mentally and emotionally happy. Its not only about promoting physical health, she explained. You have to give yourself you time every day. You have to decompress, Guarascio said, adding that feel-good endorphins are released when people exercise. When youre working out in a park with other people, you have all this openness, she said. <br>Source:

Fitness Fair on the Square kicks off Racine parks event

Additionally, a source says that Apple has tapped former iPhone engineers for the project. Specifically, Apple sought members of the original iPhone team that worked on the assembly and miniaturization of internal components. Motorola Atrix Fingerprint Sensor (via DigitalTrends ) Sources say that people from Apples Authentec acquisition are also involved with the iWatch project. While much of the former Authentec team is focused on developing fingerprint solutions for devices like the iPhone ( perhaps even learn more the next model ), some team members are working on sensors for the iWatch. In addition to physical sensors that could be placed on top of device hardware, sources say that Apple has been toying with solutions that could embed a fingerprint reader into a high-resolution Multi-Touch display. Sources warn, however, that the technology to implement the sensor into a display will only be available multiple years into the future and it does not seem immediately intuitive to have a fingerprint reader on a watch. The team also includes specialists in the development of miniature, power-efficient system-on-a-chips. <br>Source:

iWatch’s novelty emerges as Apple taps sensor and fitness experts

In methods such as YamunaA body rolling, the ball becomes the hands of the therapist and the personas weight creates the traction, movement and release on the ball. A tennis ball can be an inexpensive and portable option for a deep massage in smaller spaces such as the feet, front of the shoulder, upper back or hip. The Stick is another convenient tool. While itas not necessarily better or worse than the other modalities discussed, its narrow diameter allows you to get into places that are not easy to roll with a foam roller. The premise of SMR is using your own body weight as pressure, by slowly rolling out any muscle group or area of tightness over the roller, ball or stick at a constant cadence. <br>Source:

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