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Proper Cleaning Of Your Workout Clothes Will Reduce The Stink Factor

Gym clothes have a well-deserved reputation of smelling bad! The problem is that smell tends to stick with them even after repeated cycles in the laundry. That's because those stretchy clothing that wicks sweat away is typically made of synthetic fabrics that hold on to odors longer than other...
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Keep Your Skin In Shape After A Workout

Working out is great for your body! Well, most of your body. There are a lot of things lurking around the gym that can do more harm than good and those things can wreak havoc on your skin. Bacteria and fungus are everywhere! One of the biggest skin issues is acne. The bacteria that causes pimples...
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Tips On Cleaning Gym Clothes

There's a special kind of smell associated with the clothes you wear to the gym. Workout clothes are made of sweat wicking materials like Lycra, spandex, and polyester and even cotton clothes can get, and stay, stinky. So here are some ways to reduce the funk of your favorite (and pricey) workout...
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Tips For Washing Workout Clothes

Your workout clothes take a beating every time you hit the gym. That usually results in some pretty ripe-smelling clothes. Since most high-tech workout wear is made from synthetic fiber, like polyester, which whisks away sat and keeps you cool. Unfortunately sweat seeps into those fibers and...
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Tips On How To Become A 6AM Morning Workout Champion

Experts say the best time to work out is in the morning, but let's be honest, it's super hard to get up and motivated so early in the day. However there are a lot of people who are somehow able to do it and they share some tips on how you can get your exercise done before the day officially begins...
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Even Starting An Exercise Routine In Mid Life Can Cut Risks Of Heart Failure By a Third

Proof that it is never too late to exercise for a healthy heart! Just six years of exercise in middle age is enough to slash the risk of heart failure by a third. A study of more than 11,000 adults found that increasing physical activity for as little as six years in your 40s to 60s cuts the risk...
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Intermittent Fasting Can Boost Your Workout And Fat Loss

Imagine a diet where you can eat whatever you want and still lose weight. That catch is that for two days of the week, you must fast, or eat only 500 to 600 calories! While the so-called 5:2 diet is just one of many that include fasting, there's new research that suggest fasting is not so bad. In...
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How To Avoid Being Hit On At The Gym

While some people find them excellent for flirting and socializing, the vast majority of us just want to be left alone, especially when you are all sweaty and in your workout zone at the gym. But that doesn't stop some people from trying their best to grab your attention. A Twitter user may have...
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Is Splitting Up Your Workout A Good Idea?

Keeping a regular exercise routine can be difficult, especially as schedules, appointments and the family's extra-curricular activates can be taxing on your time. Many people have resorted to splitting up their workouts into two sessions on the same day with surprising results. Experts say that...
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There Is A Certain Time When Eating Sugar Is Encouraged

For most of our lives we've been told eating sugar is not healthy for you and for the most part, that statement is true, especailly the procesed varities. But there are times when sugar is not only okay to eat but essential for endurance, such as your workout. While focus is centered on protein and...
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