‘You get what you pay for’ isn’t always true of gadgets
But did you know that you also can use it to boost your calorie burn and weight loss ? Cathe Friedrich is a famed exercise guru, creator of numerous best-selling fitness DVDs such as ” Cathe Friedrich’s XTrain Series: All-Out Low Impact HiiT” (click for details ) and ” Cathe Friedrich: XTrain Tabatacise .” And here’s what Cathe revealed in a recent blog: “Power yoga burns between 300 and 400 calories per session.” Plus, all types of yoga boost your ability to burn body fat, according to a study funded by the National Cancer Institute. Over a 10-year period, people who did yoga lost five pounds. Those who didn’t do yoga gained an average of 14 pounds during that same period. Cathe has created a yoga fitness DVD that helps you to get those same weight loss wins: ” Cathe Friedrich’s Low Impact Series: Yoga Relax” (click for details ).
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Men’s Fitness magazine calls Portland America’s fittest city. Is it? (Poll)
(Poll) cyclocross.JPG View/Post Comments A nod to those of you who are reading this after having just finished a bike ride, run, swim, tennis match, basketball game or nice long row down the Willamette River: Men’s Fitness magazine has named Portland America’s fittest city for the second year in a row. The magazine claims that a whopping 86 percent of Rose City residents get regular exercise. To measure something seemingly so unmeasureable, Men’s Fitness used a 15-point formula, taking into account such things as conventional fitness, plus airquality, pedestrian and bike friendliness, obesity rates, general well being,and other factors. p90X3 reviews Read all about it …
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The same is sometimes true of phones, tablets and TVs. I like the $379 Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, which is nearly 3 ounces lighter than the $499 iPad Air, albeit with a slightly smaller screen than the iPad. http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm For those looking for a smaller tablet, Amazon’s 7-inch Kindle Fire HD, at $139, is a lot cheaper than the $299 iPad mini. I’m not arguing that Android or Kindle Fire tablets are better.
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