Achy Hip Joints During The Night? Get A Good Night's Sleep With These Tips

Posted on: 30 March 2017

If you can't get a good night's sleep because your hips ache, you may wonder if you're getting old or experiencing something else. Your achy hip joints might be a sign of osteoarthritis, a condition that affects the cartilage covering the ends of your joints. Osteoarthritis can cause significant pain in your joints over time. You can find some temporary relief from your discomfort with the tips below. Soak Your Hips Every Night
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Too Light, Too Heavy, Just Right: Choosing the Right Weight for Your Workout

Posted on: 15 March 2017

Whether you are hitting the gym or pursuing your workouts at home, you will need to start using weights if you want to grow muscles for that ripped look. Such exercise can be provided through weight machines or free weights. Free weights include dumbbells and barbells. If you are new to weight lifting, you need to begin with the correct weight load to accomplish your muscle-building goals without injuring yourself. Find out how to determine if the weight that you are lifting provides a productive workout.
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Tips For Getting Into The Gym Routine When You're Feeling Self-Conscious

Posted on: 11 March 2016

It's no secret that getting into shape is important for your health. But when it's been years since you've set foot in the gym and you're self-conscious about your body, the prospect of pulling on your workout clothes and lifting weights in front of everyone can be intimidating. Worries of people staring at you or of embarrassing yourself in front of others can keep you from ever beginning the fitness regimen you so desperately need to start.
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Is Weight Loss Camp Right For Your Teenager?

Posted on: 8 February 2016

If you're a parent, the chances are good that you've heard the frightening statistics about childhood obesity – the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development estimates that about 17% of kids between the ages of 2 and 19 are overweight. That's about 12.5 million kids who are facing health consequences like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. If you're the parent of one of those children, the problem becomes even more personal and wrenching as you watch your child struggle not just with their weight and the attendant health consequences, but also with self-esteem issues and with judgement and harassment from others, including their peers.
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