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Charles Hopkins

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Muscles generate heat and force for movement, help us breathe, and keep our bodies upright. Skeletal muscle tissue is composed of two fibers, actin (thin fibers) and myosin (thick fibers).

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Whether you are trying to lose a few extra pounds, or building a sculpted body; you will need every available technique in your arsenal when you begin to fight f-a-t.

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If you haven't experienced a workout using a Swiss ball, another name for a fitness ball, you don't know what you're missing.

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For individuals looking for better posture and increased flexibility and strength, nothing could be easier than training with a Swiss ball.

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You rely on your body to get get out of bed, to lift your children, to perform your job and to take you places everyday.

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The world is overweight, especially in the United States. Every year we seem to get lazier and fatter.

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If you're looking to lose some unwanted body fat, this article will show you 5 simple, proven ways to shed more fat in less time.

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Bioenergetics

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/21/2006 | Fitness |

The adenosine triphosphate phosphocreatine system, ATP-CP for short, makes a constant supply of energy for 15-30 seconds.

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I don't think you'll find too many fitness experts who don't feel running is one of the best exercises you can do to keep in shape.

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Reduce Stress with Exercise

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/21/2006 | Fitness |

We have heard it so many times before that there are many benefits to exercise especially when used to lower stress.

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