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“I just use [my body] as a conversation piece. Like someone walking a cheetah down 42nd street would have a natural conversation piece.” ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger
There once was a fat chap called Chris, Who wanted to loose what he saw as his abyss, Armed with fruit & soup, he saw an opportunity to swoop, He started with enthusiasm & glee, but this soon turned into … Continue reading
This year is the 30th anniversary of the exercise video. In 1982 film star Jane Fonda released a video called the Jane Fonda Workout. It was a smash hit and it had all sorts of people up and down the … Continue reading
Your exercise plan will depend on how fit you are at the moment. Obviously if you are completely unfit you will not be able to do the same exercises as someone in better shape.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that there is always a greater reason not to do a given task than to do it. This is because it is easier to do nothing than to do something.
When we do exercise we feel so virtuous that we don’t think that we might be doing something wrong. The body is moving, it is sweating and you are jogging despite needing to wear a ligament knee support…
The Olympics has inspired a lot of people to get off their sofas, take off their slippers and put some running shoes on instead. People are hitting the gyms, the swimming pools and joining the sports clubs because the games … Continue reading
Exercise is good. We all know that to get fit and to stay fit we have to get our sack of bones moving. If we don’t move our bodies on a regular basis we risk obesity, diabetes and heart problems.
The human body is both strange and beautiful. You heart will beat over one hundred thousand times today. It also creates enough pressure whilst pumping blood around your body to squirt blood thirty feet.