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Those Annoying Fitness Posts on Instagram Might Actually Be Good for You

Those Annoying Fitness Posts on Instagram Might Actually Be Good for You

mag404 April 20, 2017 Comments Off on Those Annoying Fitness Posts on Instagram Might Actually Be Good for You

Unless you play team sports, working out is a usually a solo activity. You might browse #fitspo posts on Instagram, but at the end of the day, it’s just you alone in the gym. However,

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How Can Tech Make A Bigger Impact On Our Health?

How Can Tech Make A Bigger Impact On Our Health?

mag404 March 21, 2017 Comments Off on How Can Tech Make A Bigger Impact On Our Health?

Look at the wrists of people as you walk along the street, and chances are you’ll see one or two fitness trackers in the mix. They sell well, but are they actually successful in

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Exercising Regularly Can Decrease the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Exercising Regularly Can Decrease the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

mag404 March 13, 2017 Comments Off on Exercising Regularly Can Decrease the Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence

Weight gain is common for those undergoing breast cancer treatment, but putting on pounds can be extremely dangerous for patients with breast cancer. According to a review published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal,

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10 Surprising Fitness Hacks For Your New Year Routine

10 Surprising Fitness Hacks For Your New Year Routine

mag404 January 7, 2017 Comments Off on 10 Surprising Fitness Hacks For Your New Year Routine

Why even pretend otherwise: January fitness is a mix of holiday self-loathing and goals for a fresh start to the new year. That annual tradition of maybe trying this year and requesting workout gear

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Researchers May Have Just Made A Drug That Mimics The Benefits Of Working Out

Researchers May Have Just Made A Drug That Mimics The Benefits Of Working Out

mag404 September 21, 2016 Comments Off on Researchers May Have Just Made A Drug That Mimics The Benefits Of Working Out

Researchers from Australia have developed a pill that can produce ‘exercise-like’ results on muscles and metabolic health in mice. With further study and human trials, the team says the new drug might provide a

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The Surprising Benefits of Training in the Heat

The Surprising Benefits of Training in the Heat

mag404 September 10, 2016 Comments Off on The Surprising Benefits of Training in the Heat

One of the highest sweat rates ever recorded was that of marathon runner Alberto Salazar at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. In the months leading up to the games, which were expected to

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Fitness Fraud… Signs Your Personal Trainer Is Ripping You Off

Fitness Fraud… Signs Your Personal Trainer Is Ripping You Off

mag404 August 17, 2016 Comments Off on Fitness Fraud… Signs Your Personal Trainer Is Ripping You Off

1. They’re fat. “If your trainer looks like they could stand to lose a few pounds, abort mission immediately. There’s a difference between a football coach and a fitness trainer. The former gets paid

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How to Work Out Like an Olympic Athlete

How to Work Out Like an Olympic Athlete

mag404 August 14, 2016 Comments Off on How to Work Out Like an Olympic Athlete

Olympic athletes spend hours every day training, building their muscles, and perfecting their skills. Olympic training is more than a hobby, and more than just for health. Even so, their workouts may be way

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New Study Claims Following Fit Instagrammers Helps You Lose Weight

New Study Claims Following Fit Instagrammers Helps You Lose Weight

mag404 July 7, 2016 Comments Off on New Study Claims Following Fit Instagrammers Helps You Lose Weight

We tend to use Instagram for a lot of different reasons. We Instagram our food, our kids, our health and so much more. A new study conducted by Northwestern University claims that taking part in an

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How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

mag404 June 30, 2016 Comments Off on How to Parlay Your Stress Into Productivity

It starts off slow. Heart rate building. Dry mouth. A drip of sweat slowly rolling down from your temple to your cheek. And then wham. A punch to the gut. Stress. It’s inevitable in

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