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They can also be referred to as “Toothpick Legs” and “Skinny Legs”.

We’ve all seen the guy in the gym with a big, massive muscular upper body reminding us of a super hero, but then one glance below the waist reveals a horrible epidemic amongst gym rat types; chicken legs. How can some guys be so impressive and intimidating from the waist up, yet so weak and weary looking from the waist down? Most skinny legs can be attributed to simple neglect.

posture.gif - 7.53 KbYou've may have heard it from your mom or dad or a teacher while growing up: "Sit up Straight"! Sitting up straight is indeed very important, especially as we spend more and more time in front of our computers. A slouched sitting posture not only affects your back, but your neck as well, and interupts proper breathing and comprimises your energy levels.

boy_peeing.png - 31.60 KbWith summer here now, it's real important to make sure you stay properly hydrated. Since heat related illnesses often follow dehydration, staying hydrated is key. But how do you know when you are dehydrated? One simple method is to check the color of your urine. I know it sounds kind of gross, but it's a simple and quick way to get a gauge on things.



Belly Fat: It's like a bad inlaw, it's the first to arrive and the last to leave. You'll need some patience when trying to get that "flab" off from your waistline, but once it starts going, it's"syonora"! Here's a few tips to uncover your inner six pack abs.

Healthier employees use less sick days, are more productive, save on healthcare costs, and are a company's best asset. Here are some ideas on how to get exercise incorporated into the workplace:

Yes 2012 is being pegged as the end of the world according to the Mayan calendar, but it's suggested that what it is really is a rebirth year. So how can you embrace that concept of rebirth for your health and wellness?

It's a time honored ritual, you buy your movie ticket, get some pocorn, grab your seat, and escape from reality for the next couple hours while watching a good movie.

Yawn. Yawn some more. Don't be bashful..yawn even more! Newberg and Waldman call yawning "one of the best kept secrets in neuroscience" for both relaxation and heightened cognitive awareness. It helps you stay focused, as well as more introspective and self-aware. Waldman says that studies of deliberate yawning at Moorpark College are producing surprising results. Students who yawned before taking tests raised their grade point averages; Cs moved up to Bs, and Bs to As. He also asks his "profoundly anxious" therapy clients to yawn and has found that it reduces their anxiety by a significant amount

An often overlooked health promotor and ailment reducer, Honey is more than just a great sweet taste! HONEY builds up the immunity system with antioxident and antibacterial properties.HONEY is anti-cancer as it possesses carcinogen-preventing and anti-tumor properties.HONEY is a great energy booster for performance and endurance by way of it's natural fruit sugars, and helps reduce muscle fatique. It also helps to keep your blood sugar levels constant to avoid those "crashes" during the day.HONEY has a remedy history for ailments such as cuts and burns, yeast infection, sore throats, and arthritis pain. And it works great for hangovers too by speeding up the oxidation of alcohol by the liver.So the next time you see a honey bee, give it a thumbs up (from afar) for producing one of the worlds greatest natural medicines!

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