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3 fat-burning pastas (pics and recipes inside)

3 fat-burning pastas (pics and recipes inside)

One of the biggest myths in the fat-loss industry is that carbs like pasta make you fat. Don’t get me wrong…unhealthy pastas (we’ll get to the 3 healthy ones in sec), and certain carbs can definitely cause more fat storage. They can also lead to insulin resistance and...

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Dr. Squat Fred Hatfield

Dr. Squat Fred Hatfield

Co-Founder and President of The International Sports Sciences Association, an organization specializing in certifying personal fitness trainers worldwide, SportStrength Co., manufacturers of highest quality gym and fitness equipment, and ProPower, Inc., manufacturers of high quality performance supplements. Dr. Hatfield has written over 60 books (including several best-sellers) and hundreds of articles in the general areas of sports training, fitness, bodybuilding and performance nutrition. Dr. Hatfield (a.k.a. Dr. Squat), won the world championships three times in the sport of powerlifting, and at age 45 performed a competitive squat with 1014 pound at a body weight of 255 pounds (more weight than anyone in history had ever lifted in competition). He is a training consultant to professional sports teams, sports governing bodies, and world-class and professional athletes.

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The Digital Magazine

The Digital Magazine

In an ever changing world there always seems to be the newest and best coming out every other week! On the wave of the future is the E-Book. Online books have been around for a few years now as technology has changed the face of cell phones with all touch screens and...

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A Metabolism is Not a Thing

A Metabolism is Not a Thing

A good way to help maintain your healthy diet is to keep track of your daily calorie expenditure. This simply means that you need to be aware of how many calories you need to consume daily. When you have determined just how many calories you need to take in daily then the disbursement of your calories per meal come into play. You will still be eating your 3 main meals a day (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and a bigger chunk of your daily calorie expenditure needs to be delegated to your top 3 meals. The other items you eat, which can sometimes be referred to as snacks, should not be a top priority for your calorie count. That means you have to assign a calorie number per snack and you need to keep in mind that the calorie number needs to not be higher than one of your top 3 daily meals. When you assign a calorie number to each of the meals you consume you need to be aware of if you are maintaining the number assigned. If for one of your snacks and/or meals you have eaten less than the number of calories delegated, then you need to add those lost calories onto another meal. When you are trying to keep your metabolism rate fast then you need to make sure your body is getting the consistent number of calories per meal.

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Should You Keep a Workout Journal?

Should You Keep a Workout Journal?

by Brian Cannone Anyone who works in fitness modeling, bodybuilding shows, or as a personal trainer has one thing that they do every single day...they journal. This is not the type of journal that you might think...there is not usually a lot of personal angst, poetry,...

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Image Is Everything; Be Marketable

Image Is Everything; Be Marketable

Why is appearance and your image everything in your career? To put it very simply first impressions will make you or break you. How many times have you encountered someone that you either work with, work for, or are looking to work with and the first impression that they give you completely turns you off from that individual? This happens to everyone! Everyone will give you an analysis of who you are and what you are capable of based on your appearance and the image you portray, before they ever get a chance to really know what you are capable of and who you really are. It is essential, both in your personal and professional life, that you give the best image possible of yourself! Especially in your professional career, you need to make sure that you leave ALL doors open and readily available to yourself and be careful not to unintentionally ruin your chances or have one of the doors closed off from you.

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Fat Burning: A Different Approach

Fat Burning: A Different Approach

By Steve Holman Editor in Chief Iron Man Magazine and co-creator of the Old School New Body program No more cardio? Well, not quite—but if you train with weights correctly, you won’t need to visit that boring treadmill quite as often to keep your abs sharp. And I’m...

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Food Digestion Burns Calories

Food Digestion Burns Calories

The key to burning more calories is all about what you eat and how much of it you eat. Your body uses energy to break down your foods that you consume. The energy that your body uses in the process of digesting your foods helps burn a lot of calories. It is sometimes overlooked that one of the easiest and essential ways for your body to burn calories is the process of digesting the foods you consume. It is imperative that you go about doing it the right way to help burn the maximum amount of calories using your body’s energy. You need to eat foods that are low in calories and high in quantity. Be careful not to confuse high quantity with over eating. You do not want to over indulge. Be sure to keep in mind that you need to eat foods that are low in calories. The more additives an item of food contains the more calories that are included. One of your body’s best ways to burn fat and burn calories is by the energy that is used by your body to break down the foods that you ingest. You will want to eat foods that are high in quantity (but not over eating) and these foods need to be low in calories! This is the easiest and relatively most simple way to burn more calories and fat in your body.

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Damien Mercer’s Physique Transformation

Damien Mercer’s Physique Transformation

At the beginning of September, 2010 I looked in the mirror before taking off to work and realized that I no longer needed a belt to hold up my dress pants, and they were tight! I asked myself what happened to me. Was it work, stress, time or just the lack of motivation? Sure, all of these components would have an impact on the ability to workout and even eat healthy. But for me, the biggest component that was being lacked was the level of consistency being maintained which had always played a major factor in my life when I was healthy. That moment was my turning point. I needed to change and regain that consistency level I had. I knew that losing weight, building muscle, and being healthy wasn’t going to be an overnight process. It took time to become unhealthy, lose muscle, and gain weight, so it was going to take some time to get to where I wanted to be. I decided to put myself through a 90 day body challenge. This meant that I needed to get back to basics by eating healthy, exercising regularly, and making a change in my life. So this is what I did.

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It Isn’t Hard to Eat Healthy

It Isn’t Hard to Eat Healthy

By Brian Cannone It isn’t hard to eat healthy just adjust to eating foods you enjoy and sometimes your eating habits change. It's like switching from light and sweet coffee and now drinking black coffee. When you are trying to keep your health and fitness regimen at...

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