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Bench Press Vs Chest Press Resources

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Getting Fit with GERD

The relationship between exercise and gastro esophageal reflux disorder (GERD) is a tricky one. For some people, moderate exercise can help reduce GERD symptoms and benefit the body in countless other ways too. In a 2004 study in the gastroenterology...  Read more

8 Ways to Build Maximum Muscle in Minimal Time

"Time is money," Benjamin Franklin advised a young tradesman in a 1748 essay. Although we don’t know to what extent he applied Franklin’s wisdom, most of us do understand the implications of this adage in our own lives. When it...  Read more

The Push-Up Test

Measuring your fitness level regularly is one way to find out if you're making progress. Most fitness centers have trained staff who can evaluate your body composition, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance, b...  Read more

5 Shortcuts to Sculpt Your Body Fast

I have a friend who can either build or fix just about anything—the guy is handy! I’m constantly amazed to see how he can take care of most any restoration or carpentry problem. Something that seems impossible is like putty in his hands,...  Read more

How to Use the Seated Chest Press Machine

The seated chest press machine, is comfortable for your body while allowing you to lift heavier weight with more control. In this exercise, the movement comes from the shoulders and elbows. The Setup Start by adjusting the seat height. When se...  Read more

Multigrain Cherrios VS Regular Cherrios
Updated 11/18/2014 7:59:35 AM

Hi Everyone :) I went to the store and bought regular cherrios and multigrain cherrios. I've never had multigrain cherrios before but I assumed they would be very healthy. When I got home I checked the nutritional facts for each one and the multigr...  Read more

Steel Cut Oatmeal VS. Regular Oatmeal
Updated 11/17/2014 7:09:06 PM

Hi all of my Spark people friends :) Can someone tell me what I should be eating the Regular one minute oatmeal or steel cut oatmeal and whats the difference?...  Read more

I forgot to add my age is 52 with high blood press
Updated 11/12/2014 10:53:56 AM

I forgot to add my age is 52 with high blood pressure and thyroid promblems. maybe someone can share some good receipes. Need a daily person or someone to help to me motivated in losing weight. i work 2nd shift....  Read more

Well was doing OK foodwise despite my chest cold.
Updated 11/11/2014 12:17:29 PM

Well was doing OK foodwise despite my chest cold. Ate a decent dinner, but it didn't agree with my tummy. Can't track what doesn't stay in. So if my stomach is feeling better later I'll try eating something light, like say a few crackers....  Read more

Weight Watchers vs. Counting Calories
Updated 11/10/2014 9:46:27 PM

I have always done Weight Watchers, but I don't seem to be losing anymore with that program. I am afraid to count calories though because Weight Watchers has always kept me accountable. Thoughts?...  Read more

Mix it up

When exercising on a program, it's best to mix it up each time. Doing the same exercises all the time can get your metabolism used to it, and it won't burn as much fat nor build lean muscle. Keep your body guessing!...  Read more

Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

Cold Pressed Coconut Oil....  Read more

Indiana Sparkers - The Official Indiana Team!

We are the Official Indiana Team. Anyone in Indiana is welcome. Fitness minutes logged move our ranking up on the State Vs. State Leaderboard. Thank you for logging your fitness minutes!...  Read more

You Asked: 'How Do I Find My One Rep Max?'

Your One Rep Max is the highest possible weight you can lift for exactly one repetition. You can use the One Rep Max as a benchmark to measure strength gains over time. However, keep in mind that this metric is typically used on very specific, more a...  Read more

10 Full Body Gym Exercises for the Beginner

Last week's fitness blog featured strength training exercises a beginner could do at home. This week's blog features those exercises that allow you to do a full-body workout routine in the gym. If you feel you do not have time to incorporate al...  Read more