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Journal Entry chemical/x-molconn-ZAvoid that flab!
Don’t wait until you need to lose weight! Start now and avoid it altogether. Your body will thank you.
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Journal EntryAlternate hard and easy
Alternate days of more and less intense training for best results.
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Journal Entry Troff documentUse it or lose it!
Once you start exercising, don’t stop. If you do, you will lose what you worked so hard to get.
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Journal EntryOptimizing Performance: Common errors in abdominal training
Training your abdominal muscles helps strengthen your core and develop that “six-pack,” but only if you do it correctly. Here are some tips to help.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programMarines address boot camp injuries
Reducing injuries during boot camp is a priority for the Marine Corps; athletic trainers keep watch over recruits to ensure the 13-week training is as injury-free as possible.
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Journal EntryWorkouts you can do at home during the holidays
You can fit in these workouts at your home through the holiday season to keep you on track.
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Journal EntrySwim to stay healthy
Swimming is not only one of the best total-body exercise forms, it can also help you avoid getting sick. Take the plunge!
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Journal EntryBack in action: Regaining peak fitness
Getting back into shape takes dedication and persistence, and doing so safely and correctly may help prevent injuries.
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Journal EntryPreparation for the PFT/PRT part 1: aerobic conditioning
The PFT/PRT is designed to test your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength. In this three-part series, we’ll take a closer look at each component, offer tips on optimizing your training, and show you how to prevent common injuries associated with different types of training.<br /><br />
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Journal EntryThe domains of total fitness
What’s a domain, and what does it have to do with fitness?
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