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  • The 11 undeniable rules of fitness

    The 11 undeniable rules of fitness

    The cut-and-dried way to build a better body.

  • 20 foods that keep you young

    20 foods that keep you young

    Blueberries, broccoli, black beans—find out why adding certain superfoods to your diet will help you fight off aging's ugliest aggressors.

  • 5 new things to do at the gym

    5 new things to do at the gym

    Take your training to the next level by adding these new options to your routine.

  • 10 caffeine-free foods to help you focus

    10 caffeine-free foods to help you focus

    Swap coffee and energy drinks for these alertness-boosting eats.

  • 11 green foods to fuel a healthy body - Green juice

    11 green foods to fuel a healthy body

    The grays of winter are finally being replaced by the greens of spring. Celebrate the season with these nutritious, emerald-hued foods.

  • 10 ways yoga boosts your endurance training

    10 ways yoga boosts your endurance training

    It starts with an in-breath and ends with a longer stride. Here are some simple ways the right stretching will get you across the finish line.

  • Seven do’s and don'ts for a better-working brain -

    Seven dos and don'ts for a better-working brain

    Follow these memory-boosting, concentration-enhancing tips to keep your brain on its "A" game at all times.

  • The only 8 moves you need to be fit - Classic push-up

    The only 8 moves you need to be fit

    Human movement can be reduced to three basic categories: pushing, pulling and hip extension (squatting, jumping, running and even riding a bike). Functional fitness begins with learning good form for this essential repertoire and then gradually adding weight and difficulty to build stability and strength. Doing these exercises correctly with five pounds, in other words, is better than doing them poorly with 100. In the words of Gray Cook, one of the founding fathers of functional training, "Don't add strength to dysfunction."

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