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this 3 big secret below will help anyone including mommy in the house Your exercise program is failing you, you’re not getting the results you want. You have all the exercises, all the machines with all the sets and reps planned out for you. The difficulty is there and your providing it, yet you may just be working hard but not smart. What if I told you that there’s only 3 exercises that are the most effective for largest muscle gain and fat loss? It’s no secret,...

  Researches have shown that spring time is best time for losing weight rather easily. You can hit the gym, walk a mile, exercise a bit and go back to your fitness routine without all those extra layers of clothing you had to use for winters. You must have heard that drinking sufficient water makes you lose weight, right? Continuing on the same note, Springs are the time when we sweat a lot, and thus drink (water) a lot. Not just water, springs bring us lots of healthy, tasty...

Deciding on what food to have and what food to not have during pregnancy is confusing and critical as the food you have affects the health of your soon-to-born baby. This is the exact reason why we have compiled a list of 10 (Ten) Food Items which you must avoid having during pregnancy. 1)      Big Fish – Although fish is a good food to consume during pregnancy, big fish is not. Big fishes like shark, swordfish, King Mackerel contain very high levels of methyl mercury...

Darya Rose is the author of Foodist and creator ofSummer Tomato, one of TIME’s 50 Best Websites of 2011. She received her Ph.D in neuroscience from UCSF and her bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from UC Berkeley. Darya spends most of her time thinking and writing about food, health, and science. She eats amazing things daily and hasn’t even considered going on a diet since 2007. When it comes to weight loss, knowing what to eat and what not to eat...

On Wednesday night, 666 people (seriously) put themselves through their own form of hell by taking the long way to the top of one the tallest buildings in the world when they scaled the Empire State Building from its stairwell. That’s 1,576 steps and 86 flights of hamstring- and gluteal-writhing agony all the way to the building’s glowing observation deck. Runners ranged from guys like Thomas Dold—a German who won in a time of 10:38 for his seventh consecutive year—to firefighters (in full gear) walking up for charity. Obviously...

The M4 carbine’s metal ridges feel cool against my hands. Four magazines bounce around my waist on an ammo vest as I sprint over dying grass and dirt kicked up by a squad of soldiers before me. I drop to my left knee, eject one magazine, pull out another and slam it in with my palm, then run. Finally, my chance to live what I dreamed of a hundred times. But as I...