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a project to become healthyer and live a better life stlye.
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The Ultra Set Method | Poliquin Article

The Ultra Set Method | Poliquin Article | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it

Articles by Charles Poliquin on a wide range of topics from strength and muscle mass gain to nutrition and supplementation.


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this is new way of looking at wieght lifting at it is very diiferent than from what i have done in the past.

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Steps to Incorporate Exercise into Your Life

Steps to Incorporate Exercise into Your Life | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it
Here are 12 easy tips to help you incorporate exercise into your daily life.

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being healthy is easy if it just something that you natually do. my doing these 12 thing i could make it part of my every dad life.

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Cecilia 's curator insight, March 25, 2013 2:16 PM

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Between sitting on the couch with a tub of ice cream and watching TV or going for a mile run outside in the cold, which would you rather pick? We can agree that the latter doesn’t sound as glamorous—being sweaty, pulling on the athletic gear, and being seen in public a state of matter you wouldn’t be caught dead in are all aspects you dread. But in the long run, it could lead to a better mood, a better body, and a more positive outlook on life. Ice cream and TV may benefit you in the moment, but in the long run, neither things  give you an advantage in life. I’ve found ways to make exercise more enjoyable; first was to change my mindset. Next was to find a routine that was beneficial to my body. Most people make the mistake of starting their first day with a fast-paced 10 mile jog, but that ends up being counterproductive. Not only do you begin to fear exercise, but your body would be sore for the next several days. By finding ways to incorporate exercise slowly into my daily routine, I’ve been noticing the effects on my body, temperament, and even work ethic.

Caleb's comment, April 10, 2013 12:11 PM
I enjoyed this article, provides basic fundamnetals that are often forgotten.
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CrossFit Guide: Think Inside The Box

CrossFit Guide: Think Inside The Box | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it

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crossfit is a great workout for burning fat and it is hard workout but is easy on your body even if it dosen't feel easy

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Five Reasons Fish Oil Will Make You Stronger, Leaner & Healthier | Poliquin Article

Five Reasons Fish Oil Will Make You Stronger, Leaner & Healthier | Poliquin Article | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it

Articles by Charles Poliquin on a wide range of topics from strength and muscle mass gain to nutrition and supplementation.


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fish oil is healthy way to lose fat and bulid muscle it is also easy just sallow a pill.

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The Complete Guide to Interval Training [Infographic] | Greatist

The Complete Guide to Interval Training [Infographic] | Greatist | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it
You don't have to be the greatest all the time, but just a greatist — choosing better for a healthier, happier you. Greatist, headquartered in NYC, is a health & fitness media startup on a mission to make better choices easier for ...
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this is the best workout to burn fat and lose wieght. you push your body to the limit then rest and then push it to the limit again. instead of a regural work out where you keep an even pace over a long time.

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Olive Oil Makes You Feel Full - Indiatimes.com

Olive Oil Makes You Feel Full - Indiatimes.com | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it
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Can't stop binge eating?
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I'll give this a shot. I eat alot i don't now why i'm just hungry this could be a great tool in helping me loose wieght.

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Making Your Transition To A Healthy Diet: Get Motivated!

Making Your Transition To A Healthy Diet: Get Motivated! | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it
Whilst an approximate 88% fail to keep their fitness New Year's Resolutions, many fail to understand the mental requirement in making any transition. Whilst eating healthier, training more frequent...

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This is a good insight into the mind set needed for changing your diet.

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48 foods you should eat right now!

48 foods you should eat right now! | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it

All the foods you need to live life to its fullest


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Heathly foods that i can eat in my diet. All of these 48 foods have a different reason to eating them from changing your mood to building muscle.

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83 Healthy Recipe Substitutions | Greatist

83 Healthy Recipe Substitutions | Greatist | healthy living sam's life | Scoop.it
You don't have to be the greatest all the time, but just a greatist — choosing better for a healthier, happier you. Greatist, headquartered in NYC, is a health & fitness media startup on a mission to make better choices easier for ...
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this is great because you can find healthier items to switch with non healthy stuff you eat already. it mostlikely taste just the same or even better. 

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