‘You get what you pay for’ isn’t always true of gadgets

Fitbit Force

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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Sunny Side Up Egg

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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