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    • 1.

      Getting to the Core of Exercise


      by Dr.lanny Schaffer - 2006-12-23
      Core conditioning is a fitness buzz word these days but few are actually doing it correctly. Many confuse it with abdominal training when in fact the core covers your body from your groin to your shou...
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      Pilates Basics Banish Back Pain Forever (Part 2)


      by Lynda Lippin - 2006-12-23
      So you've been breathing and learning to maintain your neutral pelvis while working your abs--Bravo!!! Now let's begin some extension to keep your back strong and your shoulders moving. Extension is...
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      History of Pilates Exercise (Part 2)


      by Lynda Lippin - 2006-12-23
      We know that Pilates traveled to England when he was in his 30s, but there are at least two different equally plausible stories about how and why he went. The first story tells us that he went there t...
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      Pilates Basics Banish Back Pain Forever (Part 1)


      by Lynda Lippin - 2006-12-23
      Never doubt the importance of small basic safe fundamental exercises, especially when it comes to dealing with back pain & injury. Here are the three most basic Pilates fundamental exercises which wi...
    • 5.

      Banish Back Pain with Pilates (Part 1)


      by Lynda Lippin - 2006-12-23
      In my 18 years of teaching Pilates I have noticed that most people have very tight upper bodies, very tight legs, and a lumbar spine and pelvis that move way too much. In the best of all possible wor...
    • 6.

      Banish Back Pain with Pilates (Part 2)


      by Lynda Lippin - 2006-12-23
      Once you have stabilized the pelvis and lumbar spine while on your back, it is important to begin to strengthen your spine in extension by doing some exercises on your stomach. You may place a small ...
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      How do I Lose Weight Around My Hips, Stomach, and Thighs?


      by Matt Shuebrook - 2007-01-05
      How do I Lose Weight Around My Hips, Stomach, and Thighs? Discover 8 simple moves that will literally reshape your body in less than 8 weeks. How many times in the past year have you casually strolled...
    • 8.

      Your Stomach Fat is a Hidden Death Trap


      by Mike Geary - 2007-01-13
      Did you know that the vast majority of people in this day and age have excess abdominal fat? The first thing that most people think of is that their extra belly fat is simply ugly, is covering up thei...
    • 9.

      Ab Workouts & Exercises for Lean, Sexy Abs


      by Joey Atlas - 2007-02-19
      Your choice of ab workouts can mean the difference between great progress and definite results in your abdominal area or not getting any results at all - and possibly being injured.There are hundre...
    • 10.

      Why Crunches & Situps Are Bad for Your Back


      by Craig Ballantyne - 2007-03-13
      Yes, it's true. These two standard ab exercises, crunches and situps, can actually be murder on your low back.Why? Because they involve spinal flexion (rounding your lower back to allow you to bend fo...