Posts Tagged ‘Fitness tips’

No matter what gym you belong to, regardless of the time of day, if you’d look really hard enough, you are sure to find a fitness fiasco right before your very eyes. (more…)


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The last few weeks have been an eye opener for me.  People get sick all the time.  Cold and flu season happens every year.  Hypochondriacs form a never ending line at the hospitals for their yearly injections of poison to “help” prevent them from getting the flu.

put it out thereI’ve realized that so many people panic at the mere mention of the word virus.  It seems like every time you  turned around it was on the nightly news, schools were closing down,  companies were sending workers home, people were wearing Michael Jackson masks as they walked through airports and even the vice president had verbal diarrhea of the mouth because he couldn’t leave well enough alone and just keep his pie hole shut.   (more…)

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Billy CarneyQuestions Asked…Questions Answered!

“If you are not moving closer to what you want in sales (or in life), you probably aren’t doing enough asking.” –Jack Canfield

My purpose for this forum is to allow you to ask questions to gain information on the things that confuse you when it comes to getting fit and healthy.

So, each Wednesday I will answer questions from you; my loyal readers; relating to the concerns and confusion you might have in regards to good health and well being. (more…)

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I thought I’d start a new idea of sending you a quick workout or exercise every Monday so you can begin using it during your busy week or as a part of your existing workout.

NOTE: This is NOT a beginner workout.

If you are a seasoned exerciser, grab a stability ball, a mat, and an empty space on the floor. (more…)

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It has been a couple days after New Year’s and all the resolutions were made, all the good intentions were thought out, all the goals were planned…


There have been reports that say that 92 % of all New Year’s Resolutions end in failure. That breaks down to less than 1 out of every 10 people successfully accomplishing their promises to themselves. (more…)

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