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Reverse Body Transformations – Part 1

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Have you been seeing the trend for Reverse Body Transformations all over social media recently? Social media can be a place full of impossibly lithe, lean bodies, artificially tanned to a year-round golden glow. Which can be a bit bland, not to mention depressing, for the average woman who is NOT interested in obsessing over her body for hours every day!

Restorative Yoga Workouts – Which One Is Right For You?

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Ah yoga – that marvelous physical practice that makes you feel SO DAMN GOOD when you do it. BUT, unless you have developed the habit of yoga, it can be difficult to keep up with the discipline needed to create a regular practice, and enjoy some of the MANY amazing benefits that any regular yoga practice will give, such as:

Simple Post-Party Exercises To Reduce Your Belly Fat

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Why do we love Christmas & New Year so much? Could it be the joyful decorations, the snow, the presents, or the time we get to spend with family and friends? Or, could it be the food? Yes, the food. It could quite possibly be the food. Very often, Christmas and New Year parties provide high-calorie foods and drinks that are hard to resist. If you are finding it difficult to fit in your little black dress after the party season, don’t worry, help is here! With a few simple exercises, you can shed the extra fat around your waist after the year-end parties.

The 5-Minute Plank – How to Do It Correctly

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So, we’ve all heard about planking and how incredible it is as a full body exercise that strengthens the core and gives you rock hard abs. Super! BUT, if you are a beginner or have been away from training for a bit, the thought can seem very daunting! Five minutes? That’s not long, is it? It can feel like 5 years if you are trembling away in your plank trying to stop yourself from collapsing in a heap on the floor!

New Year 2017 – Small Changes that Make a BIG Difference

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As we knock on the door of another new year, 2017, and all its promises and potential, it is tempting to make large, sweeping claims to yourself about the massive changes you will make in your lifestyle in order to perform better and feel better. But, there is the famous saying that ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’, and this is true of many things in life, including self-development, self-improvement and the creation of new and better habits.