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Majority of Americans Don’t Plan to Renew Their Gym Memberships: Survey

According to CNBC, a survey shows that the majority of Americans don’t plan to renew their gym memberships once quarantine is over. See the details.
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Sweat-Stained Ugly Christmas Sweaters Are Here

We have a fondness for ugly Christmas sweaters. Fashion don't are freed during the holiday season and there is virtually nothing off limits including sweat stains. The Ugly Sweater Sweater looks like a typical grey cotton pullover you'd wear to the gym but with a permanent sweat stain in festive...
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Should You Eat Before Your Morning Workout?

To eat or not eat before your morning workout, that's the question! It does beyond personal preference, especially if you're trying to lose weight. Although you should never skip breakfast, there is some evidence that suggest you should enjoy breakfast after your workout. A small study compared...
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Drinking Coffee Helps You Workout Better

A study conducted by a physiology professor at the University of Sao Paulo suggests that there's a real, scientifically verifiable link between caffine and more effective workouts. Professor Bruno Gualano decided to test this theory because he's both an exercise buff and a huge coffee drinker. So...
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Tow Easy Tricks To Keep You On Track For A Perfect Body

As we prepare for warmer days and trip to the pool and beach, now is when you stop noticing changes to your body. You aren't losing any more weight or your muscle tone seems to have plateaued. Before giving up out of frustration there are two very easy tricks to boost your body into getting back...
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Bathing Without Soap is Healthier For Your Skin?

Would you consider taking a shower without using soap? The expected response is "eww", "ick", "gross", "p-u" but one dermatologist says our bodies don't need soap to be clean. Dr. Sandy Skotnicki believes water is all you need to clean your body is plain water, even after hitting the gym. She is...
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Pokemon Go Breaks Records and Causes Headaches

It’s official-- "Pokémon Go" is the biggest U.S. mobile game ever. The app attracted 21 million active users on Tuesday (July 12th), the biggest U.S. audience for a mobile game ever, surpassing those who use Tinder and coming close to beating out daily users of Snapchat and Twitter. The game uses...
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