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Fitness not only about a good-looking body

It is not tough because they were never my favourite foods. Fortunately, I have never had a soft spot for chocolate. And even pasta came into my life only when I moved to Mumbai. I eat dahi or a bowl of oatmeal and nuts every evening. For dinner, I eat grilled chicken. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/fitness/Fitness-not-only-about-a-good-looking-body/articleshow/20457038.cms

Relay teams may have between two and five participants. Registration just opened today and is set at $45 through July 31st. It goes up incrementally from there, hitting $75 in October. So yes, its best to register early. Our friends at Unite were kind enough to provide Be Well readers with a special discount. Enter the code BEWELLPHILLY at checkout to score 10 percent off the registration fee. <br>Source: http://blogs.phillymag.com/bewellphilly/2013/07/15/unite-fitness-decathlon-year/

8 Fitness Myths Debunked

All of the local classes and activities take place on the James River. In addition, Camille takes paddle boarding fitness to another level with yoga on the board. http://issuu.com/maxworkoutspdf/docs/free-max-workouts-pdf-download Paddle boarding is an amazing workout for your entire body, said Smith, a certified yoga instructor. When you do yoga on the board, its unlike anything in a studio. You have to let go of expectations and judgment, she said. <br>Source: http://www.timesdispatch.com/entertainment-life/columnists-blogs/maria-howard/fitness-stand-up-paddle-boarding/article_c51edf3e-a0aa-5ea0-bd10-2f769b964df5.html

Unite Fitness Decathlon Is Back for a Second Year (and We Have a Promo Code!)

She and many other instructors of her day told video viewers to "feel the burn" and encouraging them on with the "no pain, no gain" catchphrase, the slogan has become a mantra for those who want to push themselves. But experts disagree. The perception is that if it doesn't hurt, there is no benefit, and this just isn't true. Feeling discomfort or emotional fatigue is one thing, but pain? No. "You shouldn't be exercising at a level of pain ever," says Alice Burron, spokeswoman for the American Council on Exercise. "You want to exercise smarter, not harder," she adds. <br>Source: http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/8-fitness-myths-debunked-160400758.html

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