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Fitness Tip of the Day!
Determining Resting Heart Rate
The best time of day to measure your resting heart rate is right after you wake up (preferably without an alarm clock or the dog jumping on you!), and, before you even sit up in bed.












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Today's Featured Topics



Fitness Myths
Some crazy fitness myths never seem to go away. In this article, we review several common ones and explain why they don't make sense. Read more...

Bicycle Seats
Riding a bike is great exercise. But, supporting most of your body weight on a bicycle seat (saddle) can definitely cause some medical problems. Manufacturers have come out with a variety of new designs in attempt to take pressure off of the body's center line. Read more about it in our review: "Bicycle Seats"

Dietary Protein and Exercise
The appropriate amount of dietary protein is confusing even for healthcare professionals. This article summarizes the latest protein intake recommendations to optimize health and athletic performance. Read more at: "Protein and Exercise"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Complete Conditioning for Martial Arts"
AUTHOR:  Cochran S
LENGTH:  175 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.95

To be a good martial artist, your level of overall fitness needs to be pretty high. Unfortunately, there aren't many books on this topic. "Complete Conditioning for Martial Arts" is one of the few we could find. And, it's a good one. It covers everything: strength-training, plyometrics, stretching, etc., and supports those discussions with specific exercise routines and lots of black-and-white photos of subjects performing specific exercises. Read more...





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