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Speeding and Training Toward a Bright Future

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So you’ve been on the journey to get fit and hopefully the weight is starting to come off. Use some of these tips to help keep it interesting and fun. Notice when you are approaching a training plateau and how organizing your workouts with pre-thought is going to be worth it!

Hello and Welcome

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Hello and thank you for coming to the fitnesshealthandmind.com site. It is our goal to help as many people worldwide, to shed the un-necessary weight, to get fit and healthy and to make it fun along the way. This page will help you on your journey to understand how the site works and the general navigation features designed to make it easy to follow, lose the weight and get super fit.


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Learn about Carbohydrates and why there are good healthy carbs and un-helpful carbs or empty carbs. Understand how carbohydrates turn into sugar in your system and why even having good carbs at the wrong time is just as bad.

Ab Crunch and Alternate Twist

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Learn the proper technique and form on this most basic of Ab and Core exercises. Most people get these wrong and start with their hands behind their head. Find out why not to do that!

Plank and Plank On Knees Video

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Here is an excellent static exercise that is fantastic for the core muscles in the mid section. As I always say to all of my clients…You don’t see the core….you FEEL the core! Great for building a strong midsection and without a good core, the 6 pack will prove to be allusive!

Don’t do anything until 1,2,3 POSTURE

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There are three things that I will insist upon as your master personal trainer in your journey with us here. A good postural position is essential toward getting things correct the first time and avoiding bad form and technique and avoiding injury at the same time. So number one on the list is posture and should be carried out each time you step up to any exercise in the videos presented to you.

Center of Power and Balance, A Tight Core

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So if posture is number one, keeping a tight core and abdominal area is definitely number two. As in martial arts, masters teach that the power behind all moves is in the belly area. Keeping a tight core not only helps your posture, but will help you in focusing explosive power into each exercise, allowing you to get the most out of each rep or timed element.

Jack LaLanne Dies at 96

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We bid a farewell to our mentor and motivator Jack LaLanne. Although we are sad that he is not with us any more, and will miss his personal inspiration, his legacy of staying fit and living a healthy lifestyle will continue to inspire us all at all levels!

Low Ab Reverse Kick Video

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A really great exercise for the low abs! Low abs or the 5 and 6 in the 6 pack are usually the hardest and slowest to appear because they are usually neglected in favour of the top four. Do this one correctly and increase your chance of building symetry to your abs!

Focus and Breathe

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So the dynamic duo will be in your focus and correct breathing throughout each exercise. Many clients make it harder for themselves because they rush and forget the basics of 1,2,3. Visually seeing correct form and technique is key toward achieving a super fit body and learning the correct sequence for breathing will be covered on this page.

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