Curing My Brain Tumour

October 11, 2011

Continuing the story……….

If this was the end of the tale it would still be concerting enough for me to relate, unfortunately it doesn’t end here. During this time I lost a younger brother due to a brain tumour partly perhaps due to misdiagnosis as it was at first thought by the medics that he had Epilepsy and was treated for that for a few months before it was realised that perhaps it wasn’t and more tests were performed and eventually an MRI scan was done revealing a tumour on the left side of his brain. Unbeknown to the medical staff he had suffered a bang on the head when in a local pub he went to the toilet and there were some teenagers messing around in the yard, and of course he remarked to them that they ought not to be doing whatever it was they were doing and went on his way to the toilets. As he returned one of them picked up a chair and hit him over the head with it causing him to fall to the floor. Apparently a blow to the head can result in damage to the blood brain barrier which  then allowed toxins to enter the brain. I’m sure you are aware the last place you need toxins are anywhere in your body much less being let loose in your brain cells.

Once this was decided an operation to remove it was of course recommended and he followed the advice of the specialist after all they know what they are doing don’t they! They claimed the operation had been successful and the tumour had been removed but he should go for radiotherapy to make sure it had all gone. This he did and for many months travelled to the hospital for treatment which wasn’t very pleasant. I suggested that he might like to take a natural treatment after the therapy had finished and he agreed that it was a good idea. He commenced taking Carotenoid ComplexÔ, within a few days the headaches returned and he went for another MRI scan where it was found that the tumour had started to grow once more. He decide that the Carotenoid ComplexÔ was what had started the return of his problem and decided he didn’t want the pain of the headaches again, so discontinued taking them. Had a second operation to remove the tumour, this was again announced that it had been successful and the tumour had been removed but as a precaution he should have further radiotherapy! This continued for some months with regular trips to the hospital for the treatment and then after only six months the specialist told him it had returned and there was no more they could do for him as his immune system was to weak to sustain another operation so he was sent to a nursing home where he passed away three weeks later!

Some of the noticeable symptoms my brother had were, painful headaches that would cause him to almost pass out, the partial closing of his left eye and a rash on the back of his hand that even GNLD’s Aloe Vera Gel didn’t have any impact on and as you will have noted from the photo’s at the start of this article it’s a very good healer on skin problem’s.

When my left eye became partially closed I didn’t place too much importance on the fact and left it to it’s own devices as I knew it would get better! Josie, my wife said that she was a bit concerned and perhaps I should go to the doctor and ask him why it was like that, again being a man I knew it would get better so ignored her advice! I then began to get some pounding headaches that would not give up their relentless pounding and was taking an inordinate number of painkillers and they certainly did the job of relieving the pain. One night as I was drying myself after bathing I noticed a rash on my right shin! I immediately thought that these were the symptoms Graham, my brother had and I was not going along the medical method of treating this, if in fact it was a tumour causing the symptoms, I started taking six Carotenoid Complex daily in divided doses and am still here today to tell the tale. This is one of the many reasons why I recommend GNLD’s products, in particular the Whole Food Supplements, which I consider to be second to none and continue to be an independent distributor for.

Recently I spoke to a MacMillan nurse, they specialise in the care of terminally ill cancer patients, explaining the symptoms that both I and my brother had and her immediate comment was “those are classics symptoms of a brain tumour!” I felt vindicated and very happy that I took the action I did, when I did, rather than going to the doctor and following the route taken by Graham.

There are many other success stories about these wonderful GNLD products, such as Dr. Don Lawson’s recovery from polio after being paralysed from the neck down. A lady with MS who was confined to her bed and got out and eventually went back to work Earl Pearson who again was told to go home and prepare for the worst! Almost every distributor has a favourite story about how these fantastic products have helped either them or someone they know.

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No sign of the damage

What join?

Hitting the bottom of a pool!

September 18, 2011

The results of diving into a swimming pool and hitting the bottom with my head!

On the 28/7/2002 for a photo of me a short while afterwards go to my web site

The day after, What a mess you made of your face.

A recent photo 2010

You can’t see the join!

This is as a result of using GNLD’s Aloe Vera Gel on the wounds.

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My recent story begins with this injury, soon afterwards I found I was having difficulty breathing during the slightest exertion and I had to give up my sport of sailing as I became short of breath after tacking, that’s changing direction to those of you that do not know, and requires that you move smartly from one side of the boat to the other in order to prevent it capsizing, not a highly desirable thing to happen as it usually happens whilst racing allowing the others people competing to put a good distance between you and them and you get very wet!

I went to the GP and of course he couldn’t give me any reason why this had happened and an appointment with a specialist was made who still could not decide why this was happening after a series of tests with barium meals he said that everything appeared to be alright, next an examination of my stomach by a camera down my throat! Not a pleasant experience, I suffered the examination hoping it would reveal the cause of my shortness of breath, however that was not to be as there wasn’t any evidence of damage to the stomach lining! Then the x-rays to try and see if there was anything amiss not very conclusive but they thought that perhaps my stomach had moved so an appointment was made with another specialist. He had a look at the x-ray results and concluded that my stomach had broken away from the lower anchorage points and was occupying some of the area that my lungs were in and would require surgery to pull it back down into it’s proper place. When I asked if this could be because of my accident his response was that it was highly unlikely and poo pooed such a thought as this kind of thing “often happens to people of your age”!

I maintained then, and still do to this day that it had everything to do with the accident as most illnesses in my opinion start slowly and the degeneration is noticed over a period of time whereas this occurred almost overnight. Then an operation was suggested to pull it back to the correct position, which I decided to have as the surgeon offered to do it using micro surgery and there would not be any scarring, which to his credit is true. The operation was successful and I can now exert my self and not experience any abnormal shortage of breath, so can exercise and help to keep myself in good shape. This, I feel is essential as many people live a sedentary life particularly after retirement they seem to think that exercise isn’t necessary after a certain age! Which of course is not true it is equally as important after retirement as it was before fitness and good health aren’t the reserve of the young. Which of course is not true, it is equally as important after retirement as it was before; fitness and good health aren’t the reserve of the young.

To be continued….here

The Damage

Rethinking Your Immune System

June 12, 2011

By Dr. David Jernigan of Hansa Center for Optimum Health

Science has revealed that there are over 1.5 quadrillion bacteria living harmoniously in the healthy human body Science Daily (June 5, 2008). Due to this new discovery, it has become apparent to scientists that the immune system is not the primary way in which the healthy body keeps the thousand-plus different types of bacteria in your body from causing disease.

Martin Blaser of New York University has been studying the number of types of bacteria in skin. Blaser estimates that there are over 500 different types of living in healthy human skin.

Researchers reporting on the human micro biome (a fancy term for the bacteria and microbes that virtually are the human body) estimate that healthy people who have generationally never received antibiotics may have over 1000 different types of bacteria in their intestines. Preliminary research has resulted in staggering cures of degenerative illnesses when these thousand strains were introduced into sick individuals.

With only an estimated 150 trillion cells in the human body, bacteria outnumber cells over 10 to 1.

So does your immune system really work like the simplistic Pac-man game, with your macrophages and phagocytes (Specialized White Blood Cells) going around gobbling up all the “bad bacteria”?

When we take “immune system boosters” what are we really boosting?

How can many people be highly positive for infectious bacte

ria, like Borrelia burgdorferia, the primary bacteria thought to cause Lyme disease, and also test very highly positive for the presence of several of the confections often seen in this same illness, yet never have any symptoms, year after year?

In order to answer these questions we must first answer what exactly regulates and controls what we call optimum health.

Many people think that if they are symptom-free most of their life, that they are healthy. This thought process is obviously erroneous, because of the pandemic of cancer arising in the world population, often in people who

report virtually never having symptoms of any kind, never having abnormal blood tests on physical exams, and rarely missing a day of work.

Being symptom-free is not the same as having optimum health.

It must be understood that optimum health is a very rare condition in the world population. Optimum health is that point where the body, mind, and spirit can adapt instantly and correctly at all times to any change in the organism’s internal and external environment.

Optimum health by this definition describes the ideal condition of what is called bio-coherence.

It is the unifying force of coherence, within the incredible complexity of bio-communication and bio-regulation, which enables the body to adapt to every challenge to optimum health.

The immune system plays a small role, comparatively speaking, to the forces of bio-coherence regulating the vast populations of microbes.

One might say, “But the bacteria responsible for serious illnesses such as Lyme Disease, Diphtheria, and Strep, just to name a few, are not part of the healthy human micro biome.” While this statement is true the reality is that even these “infections” seem to merge into the total micro biome of the healthy body, once bio-coherence is re-established.

Laboratory studies reveal that many people may test highly positive for infectious bacteria, like Borrelia burgdorferia, the primary bacteria in Lyme disease, and also positive for the coinfections often seen in LD, yet year after year this group of people never has any symptoms. These people appear to have greater levels of bio-coherence preventing the microbes from ever causing disease.

It could be accurately stated that every illness is the result of the breakdown of bio-coherence.

The restoration of optimum health is not the result of killing all the “bad” bacteria and microbes, but is at

best in the conventional medical model of antibiotics, the result of the suppression of bacterial populations and the resultant polymorphism of the bacteria to less pathological microbial shapes as the bacteria morph to escape the treatments.

As the bacteria shape-shift to less virulent forms under the pressure of antibiotics, bio-coherence can often keep them from re-emerging in their more virulent form.

It is this author’s opinion, that the use of antibiotics does more harm than good in the short run and in the long run. Anti=life biotic=life is pretty clearly stating antibiotics effects on the 1.5 quadrillion bacteria that make up the healthy human body.

With antibiotics one may win the battle, but lose the war, as the bacterial infection is defeated, yet at the cost of over 400 different strains of friendly bacteria being also destroyed, or also forced to morph out of their useful state, leading to profound disturbances of the micro biome and ultimately leading to the loss of bio-coherence resulting in degenerative diseases, and premature death.

Armed with the knowledge of the micro biome it is now thought that the ultimate and far superior aspect of immune regulation is the microbe regulating aspects of the bio-coherent energetic fields that naturally regulate all microbes and all the systems of the body.

In an essentially whole person, who has not been damaged beyond repair through medical interventions and injury, modalities that strive to restore bio-coherence on all levels of the body, mind, and spirit is the medicine of the future.

It is suggested that bio-coherence even plays a large role in epigenetics, the expression of our genetic blueprint.

Clinical studies reveal promising results using BioCoherence Therapy (BCT) a newly discovered health care technology developed by the author and Dr. David J. Jowdy at the Hansa Center for Optimum Health in Wichita, Kansas.

It appears through the use BCT techniques that true bio-coherence can be largely achieved resulting in often-dramatic improvements in conditions affecting every system of the body.

The author theorizes that these improvements are the result of the gradual and possibly rapid restoration of optimum function and integrity of every regulatory system.

BCT seems to provide for the sick individual; the stimulus for the optimum bio-coherence that is found in the healthy individual who tests positive for potentially harmful microbial infectious disease.

After BCT treatments many patients report almost instantaneous improvements in pain, cognition, flexibility, strength, tremors, musculoskeletal alignment, emotional stability, and environmental sensitivities have often been observed. Patients often report sensations of increased sense of well-being.

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Antioxidants and Exercise

March 16, 2011

Can Antioxidants Help You Build Muscle? Free Radicals Destroy Your Muscles

Many people these days take antioxidants to counter the detrimental effect of free radicals. Antioxidants mopped up free radicals and convert them into harmless substances. Free radicals are known to cause body cell decomposition and therefore are the main culprit in our aging process. Free radicals are linked to aging diseases such as cancer and heart problems besides making us age more quickly. Since free radicals cause our cells to decompose, then free radicals will also degenerate our muscle cells.


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Staying clear of situations that cause a surge of free radicals to surge is one way of prevention and taking antioxidants as a supplementation is another. There are many situations that will increase free radical activities such as sun burn, antioxidant, Caroteoid Complex stress, antioxidant Omega 3 smoking, antioxidant Vitamin C alcohol consumption, Nutrishake pollution, antioxidant Betaguard exercise workout amongst others. Yes, we get a surge of free radicals when we exercise especially intensive exercises because we are putting our bodies under tremendous stress when we exercise. These muscle destroying activities will continue for hours and even days depending how intensive your exercises are. So you need to continue with the antioxidants even though you are not exercising!

This is where antioxidants supplementing comes in. Since antioxidants neutralize free radicals, it helps your muscles to recover faster and stop the ravaging effects of free radicals on your muscle and thus allowing better muscle growth. For faster recovery times Tre-en-en helps nutrients get into your cells and waste to get out.

So if you want your muscles to recover faster and want to grow bigger muscles after your workouts, supplementation with antioxidants may help. There are many antioxidants supplements in the market. Vitamin A, C and E are perhaps the better known free radical fighters out there. Some other excellent free radical scavengers are Green Tea extract, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Beta Carotene etc

So our mums although may not have known about antioxidants and its effect of free radicals on our body was right when they insisted that we take our vitamins and eat your vegetables. Do protect your muscles and general health with antioxidants. The best form of them is Whole Food Supplements.

The Right Supplements

March 13, 2011

Choosing The Right Bodybuilding Supplement

Before wasting your money on a pile of bodybuilding supplements you really need to work out what you are hoping to achieve. Don’t lose sight of the fact that sound nutrition forms the basis of any muscle building program and no amount of supplementation with the latest and greatest products will make up for bad eating habits. The bottom line is, bodybuilding supplements should be used IN ADDITION to regular food, not INSTEAD OF it.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s go on to think about what supplements could be of use and this is something that can only be determined by your physical and performance goals. Don’t make the mistake of copying your training partners or believing all the garbage spouted in magazine ads. Decide first what you want to achieve and then choose the supplements that will help you reach your goals.

To help you make an informed choice, the most popular and useful bodybuilding supplements available today are listed below, broadly divided into two goal-related categories.


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Determined to build muscle? This cannot be achieved without dedication, sheer hard work and sound nutrition. With a solid foundation in place you can help the process along with supplements like creatine, whey protein, prohormones, testosterone boosters and amino acids.

Need to lose fat? There is no point in building awesome muscles if they’re covered by layers of fat. Once again, the key to success is hard work but you can boost fat loss by using products from supplement categories that include fat burners, stimulant-free products, appetite suppressants and carb blockers.

Many more supplements are available to support your bodybuilding endeavors. These include energy boosters and products aimed at enhancing the condition of your mind and body. As we progress through this series of articles we’ll look at each of these in turn.
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Boring Routine

March 12, 2011

A Few Simple Ideas to Mix Up Your Routine

Every now and then I catch myself stuck in the same routine and my workout starts to get a little boring.  I know this is starting to happen when it gets easy to miss my regular workout.  Recently, I noticed this had happened when I easily talked myself out of going to the gym for almost 2 weeks straight.  Obviously, something needed to change.  So here are a few ideas that I use from time to time just to spice up my workout.  Give them a try, and I’m sure you’ll find some new excitement to your workout as well.

Change your Grip!

This is a small change compared to most of the others you can do, but one way to spice up your workout from time to time is to change the way you’re gripping the bar when doing barbell or machine exercises.  One of my favorite grips is the palm grip.  In fact, I’ve read several articles from fitness trainers and other professional athletes that suggest that on exercises like the bench press, you should only be using a palm grip.

So what is a palm grip?  Let’s use the bench press as an example for the palm grip.  Many of us have been guilty of using a standard grip on this exercise, myself included.  A standard grip would be where you wrap your hand around bar as if you were holding a baseball bat.  If you want a more effective bench press, try not wrapping your thumb around the bar.  You might think that you’ll lose some stability by doing this, but I’ve never had that problem.  You might have to bend your wrist a little more to compensate, or lower the weight just a little bit.  The main benefit to using a palm grip on this type of exercise is that by putting your thumb in this position, you are reducing the amount of effort that your forearms will put into the exercise.  Therefore, you chest and tricep muscles will have to work even harder to do the lift.  Try this, and I’m sure you’ll notice a difference the next time you perform a bench press.

Try Trisets!

You’ve probably heard of super sets, where you do two exercise consecutively without resting in between.  Have you ever tried doing three different exercises?  This works extremely well with bicep exercises.  The benefit to doing a triset with a bicep workout, is it allows you to hit the bicep really hard in three different ways.  Here’s an example of a bicep triset: standing barbell curls, hammer curls, reverse barbell curls.  You’ll also notice in this sequence that you have to change your grip with each set of the triset.  This is the best way to utilize a triset.  Here’s an example of a triset with triceps: straight bar cable push downs, rope cable push downs, reverse cable pushdowns.  Again, the key here is to change the grip on each exercise.  Give these a try, and I’m sure you’ll feel a new pump in whatever body part you utilize them with!

Change you Split!

Have you been following the same split routine for two long?  Has your split routine consisted of chest and triceps, back and biceps, or something similar for several months?  Try reversing your split or doing a 5 day split instead of a 3 day split.  Do chest and biceps, back and triceps just to mix it up a little.

These are just a few basic ideas, but its always a good idea to mix up your routine on a continual basis.  That way you can keep your body guessing and growing to adapt to the changes in stress that you place on your muscles.

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5 Helpful Things to Do to Start Your Personal Fitness Program

March 10, 2011

5 Helpful Things to Do to Start Your Personal Fitness Program

Our society has so many food choices that it is easy to pack on the extra pounds. Also our day to day jobs are less physical as they where 100 years ago so we have more sedentary life styles. We know there are benefits involved when we exercise and cleaning up or diet. However, most of us know don’t know how or where to start.

So where do we begin? Or is the question: How do we begin?

The very first thing you need do is go to your doctor and get the approval to start exercising. Your doctor may also provide some helpful tips as well.

After you get the “OK” from your doctor, try these 5 things to help you get started:

Make the Choice to Start Exercising and Eating Right

Making the decision to do something provides a form of commitment you made to your self. Deciding that you need to change behavior creates new possibilities. When you say to your self “I need to get in shape”, it means something. You should be answering these questions in your mind: When can I work out? What exercises do I need to do? What foods should I be eating? Make your self think about the commitment you just made. Only then you can let go of the past and take steps to move forward.

Write Down What You Do

You need a reference that is realistic towards your weekly activity. Write down everything you do during the week. This should include work hours, commuting hours, nights spent with your spouse, your child’s activities and anything else you can think of that you do. You should also include what you do on weekends. You should make a list for each day of the week. Here’s why…..

Some people set lofty goals like working out for 2 hours a day. This can be due to an old saying, “More is Better”. However, this is not the case. Knowing your schedule will help you set realistic goals and help you find a few hours a week to start exercising. You’ll have a visual perspective on what you can and can’t do with your routine.

Research and Get Information

Most people do not have enough information before they start a work out program. So how do we get the information we need? The good news is we live in the information age. Take advantage of your favorite search engine and learn a little bit about fitness and nutrition. However, do not go overboard and lose focus. Find a source of information you like and take notes. Find the simplest and easiest workouts and nutrition tips. Don’t over load yourself with information.

If you have the money, hire a personal trainer for a few sessions to help you get started. Hiring a personal trainer is a great way to get started because you have made a commitment to meet someone to workout. Your goal is to have the trainer show you the basics on exercise and eating healthier. It may also be safer to learn how to perform the exercises (especially if you have not exercised for a while).

Create a Simple Plan and Set Realistic Goals

Keep it Simple! Following a simple plan while on a hectic schedule is much easier than following an elaborate plan. You should have a plan of which days you want to work out and one goal to change your eating habits for the next few weeks. For example, “I will work out for a half an hour for 3 days this week. I will eat a little less each meal.” Simple is success.

Execute Your Plan

Now that you have a plan, all you need to do is follow it. This is another big step. You should look at your plan every day upon waking. You need be mentally prepared for the great day ahead of you. Having your daily schedule in hand will help you achieve your goals for the day. When you complete your workout for the day, highlight it or cross it off your list. It will show you that you accomplished something for yourself. No matter what you must execute. This will be the hardest (and most rewarding) step.

I hope these things help you get started on a new life of physical fitness. Life is filled with making decisions, knowing your commitments, getting information, planning and execution. Try these approaches for yourself and you will see that having your own workout and nutrition program is not as far fetched or complicated as you think.

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5 Great Tips on Exercise

February 8, 2011

5 Great Tips On Exercise

1. Common Mistake: Failure to set goals. Do you exercise without a clear goal in mind? Having a clear goal set is a critical step in exercise and weight loss success.  Tracking your progress in a journal will help ensure you see your improvements, will help motivate you and help you meet your ultimate goal.

2. Common Misconception: No Pain, No Gain. Pain is your body’s way of letting you know something is wrong. Do not ignore this. When you go beyond exercise and testing yourself, you will encounter physical discomfort and need to overcome it. An example of this would be training for a marathon. It is important that you have the “base training” before getting into the advance training. The base training develops the body and gets it ready for extensive training. You need to learn to “read” your body. Is the heavy breathing because you are pushing your body or could it be the beginning of a heart attack. Exercise is important. Do it correctly and you can do it for the rest of your life.

It is normal for you to hurt after you exercise, but it must be done gradually with a good amount of rest periods to allow proper healing. There are two common problems here with beginning exercisers. You can cause long lasting damage to muscles, tendons and ligaments if you work out while you are in pain, without allowing enough rest time to heal. You might find yourself in constant and long lasting pain if you do this which means that you will no longer be able to exercise.

If you wake up the next morning after you exercised and can barely drag your aching body out of bed because everything hurts, you are going to be less motivated to exercise at all. Constant pain is a sure way to kill your exercise program.

3. Common Mistake: Sacrificing Quality for Quantity. When you are ready to increase the number of reps of a particular exercise, and strengthen the corresponding muscles, instead of forcing yourself to do a little more each time try decreasing the number of reps in a set but increase the number of sets. Also, back off to half your usual number of reps but add a couple of more sets. You will feel less tired and will be able to gain strength in your fast-twitch muscles.

4. Common Myth: Weight Training Makes Women Bulky. Weight training for a woman will strengthen and tone muscle, burn fat and increase metabolism, not build mass. Women do not produce enough of testosterone to build muscle mass the way that men do.

5. Common Mistake: Over-Emphasizing Strengths. You should start focusing on your points rather then what you are good at. This will help you balance things. For example, if your lower body is stronger than you upper body, then try to work only on this area one day a week.

Being smart about how you exercise will take you a long way. It is important to have a healthy body so get out there and start exercising today.
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Physical Fitness

January 30, 2011

5 Components of Physical Fitness

The components of physical fitness are:

*  Cardiorespiratory (CR) endurance – the efficiency with which the body delivers oxygen and nutrients needed for muscular activity and transports waste products from the cells.

*  Muscular strength – the greatest amount of force a muscle or muscle group can exert in a single effort.

*  Muscular endurance – the ability of a muscle or muscle group to perform repeated movements with a sub-maximal force for extended periods of times.

*  Flexibility – the ability to move the joints or any group of joints through an entire, normal range of motion.

*  Body composition – the percentage of body fat a person has in comparison to his or her total body mass.

Improving the first three components of fitness listed above will have a positive impact on body composition and will result in less fat. Excessive body fat detracts from the other fitness components, reduces performance, detracts from appearance, and negatively affects your health.

Factors such as speed, agility, muscle power, eye-hand coordination, and eye-foot coordination are classified as components of “motor” fitness. These factors most affect your athletic ability. Appropriate training can improve these factors within the limits of your potential. A sensible weight loss and fitness program seeks to improve or maintain all the components of physical and motor fitness through sound, progressive, mission specific physical training.

Principles of Exercise

Adherence to certain basic exercise principles is important for developing an effective program. The same principles of exercise apply to everyone at all levels of physical training, from the Olympic-caliber athlete to the weekend jogger.

These basic principles of exercise must be followed.


To achieve a training effect, you must exercise often. You should exercise each of the first four fitness components at least three times a week. Infrequent exercise can do more harm than good. Regularity is also important in resting, sleeping, and following a sensible diet.


The intensity (how hard) and/or duration (how long) of exercise must gradually increase to improve the level of fitness.


To be effective, a program should include activities that address all the fitness components, since overemphasizing any one of them may hurt the others.


Providing a variety of activities reduces boredom and increases motivation and progress.


Training must be geared toward specific goals. For example, people become better runners if their training emphasizes running. Although swimming is great exercise, it does not improve a 2-mile-run time as much as a running program does.


A hard day of training for a given component of fitness should be followed by an easier training day or rest day for that component and/or muscle group(s) to help permit recovery. Another way to allow recovery is to alternate the muscle groups exercised every other day, especially when training for strength and/or muscle endurance.


The work load of each exercise session must exceed the normal demands placed on the body in order to bring about a training effect.
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January 25, 2011

3 Secrets and Tips For Anti-Aging

The following are three secrets and tips that will allow you to avoid the risks of buying certain products that are not needed.

Secret Tip #

1: Feed Your Face If you feed your face with anti-aging food on a consistent basis, you’ll find it easier to stay young. Another way to say this is to just make sure you’re not feeding your body full of junk that is sure to perpetuate the aging process. Also, know that if you try to escape the eating step, you’ll grow older faster. The body knows what it needs. Just give it to your body.

Secret Tip #

2: Pick Something or Go Somewhere In other words, get up off the couch, turn the TV off and do some anti-aging activities. This doesn’t have to be work either. Find an activity or two that you enjoy. Walk, run, weight train, ride a bike, get on a pogo stick. Do anything that causes your body to move and exert some activity. This will allow your body to stay young by stretching muscles and keeping you limber at the same time.

Secret Tip #

3: Don’t Be A Party Pooper Mentioned above for the #2 Anti-Aging Secret Tip was finding something you enjoy. That’s the whole secret of this entire article. Find something you have fun doing. Just know this, if drinking alcohol into a drunken stupor is the one thing you enjoy, you are not going stay young for very long. In fact, if you’re older in age and you’re doing this you may not even enjoy staying old. The key to the entire process of anti-aging is to treat your body right and have fun doing it. Enjoy life, stay young mentally, emotionally, physically and you’ll see an anti-aging process that you’ll be happy about. That will give you the motivation and momentum to continue the lifestyle of anti-aging.

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