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  1. Sports Bras

    Q: Does wearing a sports bra while exercising keep your breasts from sagging? A: It might seem as though the bouncing during a high-impact workout would stretch breast skin and tissue, but the idea that a sports bra will prevent your breasts from sagging is FALSE. "Breasts sag for several reasons, i

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  2. Fitness Guidelines

    Q: I've seen so many competing exercise guidelines. How do I know which one is right? A: The many exercise guidelines released by various organizations are confusing, but luckily, these groups have combined forces, so now there are just two main approaches to fitness -- just in time to squeeze them

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  3. The Obamas: First Couple of Fitness

    The Obamas are making history, not just as the first African-American president and first lady, but perhaps also as the fittest first couple ever. That role model, in turn, may inspire millions of sedentary Americans to get moving, exercise and preventive health experts hope. Both the new president

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  4. 10 Minutes to Burn Calories

    Quick, easy exercises that will help you get in shape in just 10 minutes a day.

  5. Exercise to Lose Weight

    If someone told you right now what the absolute best exercise to lose weight was, would you do it? You might when you read this. Drum roll, please! The best exercise to lose weight is: "the exercise you'll do," says Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PhD, a professor at Pennington Biomedical Research Center i

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  6. 10 Ways to Burn Off Holiday Calories

    Sage butter-basted turkey. Hazelnut praline and chocolate chunk torte. White cheddar and red pepper biscuits. Does it seem like just reading the names of your favorite holiday fare causes the pounds to arrive like unwelcome gifts? Even with the best intentions, the holidays cause many of us to eat a

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  7. Your Holiday Fitness Program

    You're busy, you're stressed, it's chilly out … so why not just take a break from your fitness program until the New Year? Sure, you can always come up with an excuse not to exercise. But slacking off on your fitness program during the holidays will only leave you with more pounds -- and more stress

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  8. The FitFlop Craze: Fashion or Fitness?

    Adeena Babbitt, a 33-year old public relations executive, sports her FitFlops day in and day out. An avid walker like most Manhattanites, she is hoping that these new shoes -- the very ones that TV host Oprah Winfrey gave a "thumbs up" to on a recent show -- will tone her butt and legs as she carrie

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  9. 10 Tips for an Olympic Body

    When the 2008 Olympic Games open in Beijing, millions will be marveling at all the athletes' bodies.  Muscled legs, backs, abs, and arms -- sure signs of the Olympic body, carefully sculpted for power, speed, and endurance.  But what does it take to get that Olympic body? And could the average Joe (

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  10. 5 Olympic Athletes Share Their Workout Secrets

    Five Olympians share their secrets to getting fitter faster. Whether you want to tone up or slim down, we'll show you how.

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