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Here’s how much times have changed. Less than 20 years ago, I used to drive past billboards warning against the use of marijuana. Use it or possess it, the signs warned, and you’ll go to jail. Two weeks ago, I was in a health food store with a 60-year-old relative who bought a (perfectly legal) […] The post CBD Oil: Should You Take It? appeared first on Born Fitness.
Losing weight can be incredibly challenging regardless of whether you’re looking to lose five pounds or 20. Not only does it require diet and lifestyle changes, it also takes quite a bit of patience. Fortunately, using a mix of proven strategies can simplify and expedite weight loss.
The knee is the largest joint in the body. People use it heavily every day as they walk, run, climb, or jump. As a result, it is also very prone to injury and pain. When these occur, a doctor may recommend exercises to help a person strengthen the muscles around the knee.
Many shoulder patients are bombarded with a multitude of exercises to correct shoulder impingement. These can be difficult to perform correctly and regularly. We have extracted the top 5 home-based exercises from our in-depth shoulder impingement research, which are fairly easy to perform and easy to remember.
Business trips can be interesting occasionally, and also tiring at times. Because of my fitness background, however, being on the road and eating healthy, isn’t what it used to be. I still have fun and eat junk sometimes but for the most part, I stick to my plan.
Anyone who has ever picked up a dumbbell, hit play on a workout video, or laced up a pair of running shoes has faced-off with one sweat-inducing question: “Now what?” From figuring out the best training technique to nailing down a weeks-long program, people tend to question the new workout they’re about to jump, dive or sprint right into. In fact, a lot of exercisers ask the exact same things.