I’m sure many of you have seen the movie 300. It’s, in my opinion, a great movie that makes you want to workout for hours after you watch it. This may not be the case if you’re a female, in which case you probably don’t even like the movie. But this isn’t a movie review, it’s a workout review.
There is no longer any dispute as to whether drugs are a necessity for the body or not. A new study conducted by the Institute for Decoding the Intermolecular Organization of Transitional Structures (I.D.I.O.T.S.) , a sister company of M.O.R.O.N.S., officially declares that there is a worldwide pandemic
A new study from Duke University Medical Center links the popular sweetener Splenda with digestive imbalance. There has been much debate over Splenda’s safety, but this is not the only study that highlights Splenda’s ill effects. Find out what Splenda does to the digestive system, and how to fix what’s already been done.
The phrase “all natural” is quite popular now and is being used everywhere. With healthy-eating habits rising, people are searching around for “all-natural” foods more than ever. Unfortunately this has ignited a chain reaction with the food industry, resulting in the deceptive labeling of more foods with “all natural”. But what does “all natural” really mean?
So you’ve finally motivated yourself to get to the gym. You have a great routine you follow every week that works perfectly for you. Progress is great and at this point there is really nothing else you could ask for due to the overwhelming satisfaction.
The traditional way of doing cardio is a thing of the past. Instead of spending two hours jogging on a treadmill and getting zero results, you can get substantial results in only fifteen minutes. The best part? It doesn’t cost a dime. Check out how you can utilize this modern day cardio technique.