Every Move Matters

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Everything Counts: Lifehack your way to 30 Minutes of exercise a day

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Are You Missing the Signs of Angina Pectoris?

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Making Bad Worse

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Studies are showing that when we are already stressed out, reaching for junk food is a normal response.

A really bad response.

If you already have heart disease, or high cholesterol, Stress and Junk Food together make for a very bad and potentially deadly combination.

Exactly how bad?

Read on to see what Janis Jibrin, M.S., R.D., Nutritionist, has to say on the matter.

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Stress and Junk Food: A Bad Combination

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Burn 500 Calories in 45 Minutes

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You heard right — this circuit cooks, and you’ll have the skinny to prove it.

Fitness Magazine dared top Hollywood trainer Jeanette Jenkins to design a routine that would fry your ass and firm you fast.

Result: You’ll melt about 500 calories doing her mix of multi-part toners and kick-butt cardio.

Jenkins, who trains A-listers like Kelly Rowland, Pink, and Alicia Keys, led a group of FITNESS readers equipped with heart rate monitors through a session to clock their calorie burn.

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Burn 500 Calories in 45 Minutes

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Be Active…Take to the Hills!

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In another post, we talked about how interval training can build up your endurance, helping your heart to pump more efficiently.

When you’re ready to add a little variety—and challenge—to your workout, try some hill training when you hit the treadmill.

(And don’t forget to get your doctor’s OK before starting a new fitness program.)

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Be Active…Take to the Hills

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