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FitDeck – Kettlebell

Fitdeck Exercise Playing Cards for Guided Fitness Equipment Workouts, Kettlebell
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FitDeck Kettlebell is an intense fitness tool to harden your entire body in one workout (upper, middle, and lower body). Intended for a broad range of users from first-time Kettlebellers to Kettlebell experts. Perfect title for cross-training.

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UN92 Brick Shorts Review

UN92 Brick Shorts are Men’s 4-Way Stretch short pants.   These fine workout shorts are made in the United States and have undergone years of research to find the right  mobility for a complete range of movement.  They are triple stitched with reinforced seams to provide the ultimate in wearability and durability during your most demanding workouts.

Front pockets secure any loose coins, your mobile phone or other items.  There are additional side pockets with pocket eyelets to help drain water when you get out of the pool.  These shorts also feature side slits for breathability and flexibility.  You will also find a hook and loop enclosure with a drawstring  to cinch the waist band and allow additional movement. These shorts come with a velcro fly for additional wearability.

These UN92 Brick shorts are light, comfortable, practical, and durable.  UN92 Brick shorts are made for your Crossfit or other gym workouts, various outdoor activities, and for generally looking amazing.

UN92 Brick Shorts Review from a satisfied customer

A a UN92 review by “Jon” on Amazon reports:

I ordered these shorts a few weeks ago and could not be happier. When I originally ordered the shorts they were a little too short for my taste. When I contacted the seller he asked exactly what length I wanted, within a week I had received a replacement pair of shorts made exactly to my specifications. This was TOP NOTCH CUSTOMER SERVICE. Not only that, but the shorts themselves are great too and exactly what I was looking for. When I am ready to purchase another pair it will definitely be from this company.

You will definitely not be disappointed. if you get a pair of these great UN92 Brick Shorts for your next WOD or for your next trip to the beach.

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INSANITY: 60-Day Total Body Conditioning Workout DVD Program

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Shaun T’s Insanity workout is the best of its kind. No other workout can get you these types of results in just 60 days… Guaranteed!Shaun T’s Max Interval Training techniques are a step ahead of every other fitness program ever designed. You get you a lean, muscular body in a short amount of time. The Insanity Workout is a difficult workout, but the results are phenomenal.Brand New, Factory Sealed Box Set. Complete set includes a nutrition guide, calender to track your progress, and 10 intense DVDs that all contain a GREAT workout. You don`t need exercise equipment. All you need….

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Cross-Training For Dummies

Cross-Training For Dummies
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Anyone can get into a fitness rut. You could be exercising regularly but feeling unmotivated about your current routine. Or you could be enjoying your workouts but not getting the results you really want. You can even be on health club hiatus and looking for a way to get back into exercise-mode. Whatever your situation, cross-training is a practical solution. Cross-training is a well-rounded way of approaching exercise. It allows you to vary your workouts so you can inject a little excitement into your fitness routine, while you receive better results out of your exercise plan.If you have a real….

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Feed Your Genes Right: Eat to Turn Off Disease-Causing Genes and Slow Down Aging

Feed Your Genes Right: Eat to Turn Off Disease-Causing Genes and Slow Down Aging
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In Feed Your Genes Right, renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem translates the hugely exciting science of nutrigenomics–which explores the link between nutrition and our own DNA–into practical eating plans and nutritional supplement recommendations for maximizing one’s genetic inheritance, slowing the aging process, and reducing the chances of disease. After describing how food and nutrients can help repair flawed or damaged genes, Challem offers specific plans–complete with delicious carb-smart recipes–that target two dozen common or inherited diseases and conditions, including arthritis, cancer, diabetes, fatigue, gluten intolerance, heart disease, and obesity.

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2012 Fitness Resolution

Wow, it is already the new year, have you made your 2012 Fitness Resolution?

There are many types of resolutions that you can make, but one of the most important to keep is the one for your fitness and health.  Many people will make a 2012 fitness resolution, only to find that the next family dinner out, they blow it. 2012 Fitness Resolution Or, perhaps there is a strong commitment to lose 10 lbs.

Or perhaps, it is to get back to the gym 3 times a week…  Whatever it is, how are you going to keep this commitment?  Can you keep a 2012 Fitness Resolution?

Let me share with you my story.  I had just passed my mid 40’s and was weighing in at a wopping 270 lbs.!  Urrghhh!!   For many years I made promises to myself that I would lose the weight.  Then about two years ago, I suffered a dog bite.  I went to the hospital and they took a blood test and did all the usual precautionary things.  Well the blood test indicated extremely high blood sugar and my doctor diagnosed me with Diabetes (type 2).  I was really shocked!  I always considered myself healthy (despite the weight).  This was a true wake up call.   I was given a set of pills to take and sent on my way.   So common in America – take a pill and don’t get better.

I vowed to myself that I would not remain in this condition.  But, I didn’t know what to do.  Then I ran across a couple of references to a program called Crossfit.  If you don’t know what Crossfit is, it is a method of working out that includes constantly varied, high-intensity, functional movements.

You push – you pull.  You lift – you lower.  It is a set of uncommonly, common sense workouts. Each day is different, so you never get bored.  It is high intensity, so you get a complete workout in only 20 to 30 minutes.  It is functional in its effect in that you work out all areas of your body and all the micro-muscles, so that you gain muscle and burn fat.

In May of 2011, I Google’d it and found a couple of local gyms in my area.  I went to the one that looked like the more basic and not so fancy.  I didn’t expect much.  Well I received a complete surprise.   It was a pretty amazing place.   The trainer gave me a run down, I scheduled an intro session and went.

I began into the routine of the WODs (Workout of the Day) with a commitment to myself of going at least 3 times each week.  I found that I needed a day off between WODs.  Now we are in December and I find that while it is nice to have that day off, I no longer need it.   So there I went, joining in on all the different WODs; the Frans, the  Helens, the Hero’s workouts.  Throwing and lifting Medicine Balls, warming up each time with Kettlebells, jumping on boxes.  First at 10″, then at 12″, then at 16″, then at 20″, until finally I am at the prescribed box size of 24″.

So in six months have I made progress?  Well from the size of the box jumps, I have.  But more importantly, I have begun a body transformation that has included losing 20 lbs and having my prescriptions cut in half.  I’m not there yet, but I am on my way.   I am looking forward to continuing this fitness evolution.  I know I am only starting, but I can’t believe how good I feel, how alert I am, how my body is starting to look like a fit person should.

My 2012 Fitness Resolution

Okay, my 2012 Fitness Resolution is

  • I will continue to get to the gym and do my WODs three or four times each week
  • I will follow a Zone Diet structure with every meal I eat
  • I will be off all my meds by April 2012
  • I will be down to 225 lbs by May 2012 (over 230 is considered obese for a man 6′ tall – I’ll simply be a fit, overweight man!)

Your 2012 Fitness Resolution

So what is your 2012 Fitness Resolution?  Are you going to become fit, or are you going to remain the same?  Make a commitment in such a way that it is easy to recover.  Don’t just commit to going to the gym.  Rather make a commitment to go to the gym 4 times a week.  Then if you hit 3 times, you have success and you can recommit for the next week.  I think that too many 2012 Fitness Resolution goals will be broken, if they are not set in a way that you can get back up from failure.  Missing one WOD, or having one bad meal will not break your resolution.  But each time you do miss, recommit.   Bottom line, set your goal in small chunks, such as weekly or daily commitments.  Then you are sure to make your bigger goal.

Comment below and publicly post your 2012 Fitness Resolution goals!  Then next year come back and see how you did!
[–AMZME–]

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