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Achieving peak physical fitness doesn’t have to include going to the gym every day. There are plenty of workouts you can do on your own, at home, on the road, even at your desk. But, if you DO go to the gym, it’s also helpful to know the latest and greatest classes, techniques and training options available. From celebrity personal trainers to dieticians, our experts share what works and what doesn’t.
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Cellulite 101: 3-Prong Approach to Smooth Your Skin

Are you forever stuck with those dimpled, lumpy areas of cellulite?

Strength Training Tips for Women

Once considered a "man's sport," strength training is gaining popularity on the female front.

Get Moving for Better Heart Health

Work on your core strength and aerobic fitness for better heart health.

Regroup Successfully After Life Knocks You Down

Recovery after surgery is challenging. Learn how to stay productive without pushing yourself too har...

Cure Your Broken Heart by Running a Marathon

You can work through that trauma by engaging your body.

Balancing Your Workouts

You have to plan a rest day into your workout schedule.

  • Cellulite 101: 3-Prong Approach to Smooth Your Skin

  • Strength Training Tips for Women

  • Get Moving for Better Heart Health

  • Regroup Successfully After Life Knocks You Down

  • Cure Your Broken Heart by Running a Marathon

  • Balancing Your Workouts

EP 007 - A Self-Improvement Primer

Guest : John Abdo
From the Show: Be a Doer
Summary: In this podcast episode, John provides an intro to his self-improvement methods.
Air Date: 2/1/18
Duration: 11:58
Host: John Abdo
Even if you're a talented, intelligent person, you may still suffer from lack of trust in your abilities and qualities. 

Host John Abdo lectures nationwide about self-improvement: building self-confidence and avoiding obstacles that can negatively impact our well-being.

In this podcast episode, John provides an intro to his self-improvement methods.

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