Monthly Archives: July 2013

Exercise for Cancer Recovery: Strengthening the Body & Clearing the Mind

by our guest blogger Melanie Bowen Patients recovering from cancer often benefit both physically and mentally from exercise. Although exercise is never a cure in itself, it can make you feel less stressed and more energetic, and it can help you sleep better at night. Even so, only exercise as intensely as you feel up

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SAY BYE BYE TO THE INHALER

I started to train a bit about six weeks ago even with all the traveling I’ve been doing. Lately, I have been more persistent. My whole life, I used an inhaler – even when I was competing. I would warm up, and that would spark a little asthma (Many asthma patients also experience this.) Then

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Do Not Confuse High-Altitude Training With The O2 Trainer

For the people who say: “You cialis cheap deprive yourself of oxygen when using the o2trainer,” I want to clarify that you are mixing up training at high altitude with training with an o2trainer. They are two completely different things. With high altitude training, there is less oxygen in the air. No matter what you

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DOING MY MMA WORKOUT AGAIN

I started doing my Bas Rutten MMA workout again.  For the people who don’t know this workout, Google it and see if you can find ONE complaint.  You won’t because everybody loves this workout.   Clearly, it’s different.  It’s an audio workout, with my voice calling out fast combinations. You name the Fighter (70-80 percent of

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