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Personal Trainers Can Get Pot Heads More Stoned

Personal Trainers Can Get Pot Heads More Stoned | fitness | Scoop.it
It’s common knowledge that THC is stored in fat and known to cause positive tests weeks after a person has last consumed it.
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Raw vs. Pasteurized Milk Debate

Raw vs. Pasteurized Milk Debate | fitness | Scoop.it
  Did you know that raw (unpasteurized) milk contains valuable enzymes and bacteria that have been shown to strengthen your immune system, develop healthy bacteria in your intestines and reduce the risks of everything from respiratory disease to...
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Did you know that raw (unpasteurized) milk contains valuable enzymes and bacteria
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Body Evidence for Sports Selection

Body Evidence for Sports Selection | fitness | Scoop.it
Making the difference between success and failure is having the right body to suit that particular sport.
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Research shows that some people’s muscles have a greater capacity to deliver big bursts of energy for short periods, while others are better at delivering a smaller amount of steady power over a sustained period. This is an interesting explanation of what body fits best for what sport.

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Pharma Scam Led by Cholesterol Myths

Pharma Scam Led by Cholesterol Myths | fitness | Scoop.it
Cholesterol Doesn't Cause Heart Disease According to Dr. Stephen Sinatra & Dr.
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They claim that a combination of faulty information, scientifically highly questionable studies, massive corporate greed, and deceptive marketing is considered medical history’s most enduring and damaging myths that cholesterol causes heart disease!

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The Personal Trainer’s Positive Effect on Thinking

The Personal Trainer’s Positive Effect on Thinking | fitness | Scoop.it
  A new study learned that people who benefit from being in a good mood and being sharp after exercise all depends on the genetic makeup of your brain, how often and when you work out.
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The Truth About Running Shoes

The Truth About Running Shoes | fitness | Scoop.it
  Double the Price Double the Pain Did you know that runners who wear high end running shoes are more likely to get injured than in cheap ones?
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Did you know that runners who wear high end running shoes are more likely to get injured than in cheap ones?

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Fit Teens Cuts Suicidal Tendencies in Later Life

Fit Teens Cuts Suicidal Tendencies in Later Life | fitness | Scoop.it
 If your work schedule allows it, make a point to exercise outdoors in the morning, even during these chilly winter days.
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It's best to encourage your teen to be very physically active for later life time benefits.

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The Personal Trainers Guidance for Anxiety Management

The Personal Trainers Guidance for Anxiety Management | fitness | Scoop.it
There is a method of managing anxiety that is considered the most powerful. Side effect free this method can even make you healthier.
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Emotional Pain Chart

Check out the chart below to see how your emotions affect your body!

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Healthy Poop

Healthy Poop | fitness | Scoop.it
Let’s talk poop. Did you know that the average human will produce 9,000 pounds of poo over their lifetimes? Poop really is no laughing matter.
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Have You Ever Considered That You're Pooping Wrong? According to scientists at the Stanford University Pelvic Floor Clinic, we're meant to squat, not sit (which makes sense if you think about our ancestors' bathroom habits).

Squatting relaxes your muscles in just the right way to create optimal inner plumbing movement and can potentially combat some pretty serious diseases like Colitis and Colon Cancer. Now you can poop right with Squatty Potty, a step stool that allows you to sit on the toilet with perfect squat posture

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