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Success Story - how Diane lost more than 100 pounds in 6 months. And still maintaining it!

Success Story - how Diane lost more than 100 pounds in 6 months. And still maintaining it!

You belong to the gym, and you even make time to go, but still the scale isn't budging. What gives? While your intentions should be applauded, here are some reasons you're not seeing the slimming

Why You’re Not Losing Weight at the Gym

You belong to the gym, and you even make time to go, but still the scale isn't budging. What gives? While your intentions should be applauded, here are some reasons you're not seeing the slimming

Stability Ball Rollout   Kneel on the floor behind a stability ball. Place your forearms on top of the ball, hands clasped to start. Contract your abs and roll the ball forward as far as possible without bending back or hunching shoulders (shown above). Hold for 2 counts, then return to start for one rep. Do 2 sets of 15 reps

Forget the Muffin Top: How to Ditch Your Pooch

Stability Ball Rollout Kneel on the floor behind a stability ball. Place your forearms on top of the ball, hands clasped to start. Contract your abs and roll the ball forward as far as possible without bending back or hunching shoulders (shown above). Hold for 2 counts, then return to start for one rep. Do 2 sets of 15 reps

10-Minute Bridal Body Workout to Tone Arms, Legs, and Abs

Heidi Klum's Trainer Shows Us a 10-Minute Bridal Body Workout For Your Big Day!

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love ~ 1. Self-massage with a tennis ball 2. Trim your toenails 3. Exfoliate dry skin with bath gloves or pumice stone & moisturize 4. Stretch! Kneel with toes pointing toward knees on floor. For front, gently push top of toes into floor. 5. Ease inflammation using bottle; fill 1/2 w/ ice & fill with water. Put on top of towel for condensation & roll foot over

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love

5 Ways to Show Your Running Feet Some Love ~ 1. Self-massage with a tennis ball 2. Trim your toenails 3. Exfoliate dry skin with bath gloves or pumice stone & moisturize 4. Stretch! Kneel with toes pointing toward knees on floor. For front, gently push top of toes into floor. 5. Ease inflammation using bottle; fill 1/2 w/ ice & fill with water. Put on top of towel for condensation & roll foot over

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