Welcome to the 30th Edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum. We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. We know that many of us struggle with diets, exercise, and weight gain over the holidays. We hope that these selections will particularly help you through this time of the year and that you will come back to Weight Master for more helpful advice.
bookfundas presents Muscle Revolution: Train your body to build strength - Download eBook Now posted at BookFundas.com, saying, "In Muscle Revolution, Chad Waterbury explores the hidden keys to a better physique. The first is performance–training your body to improve strength and function as a direct path to improving appearance. The second is recovery–managing the amount of fatigue you induce and then making sure your body had enough time between workouts to get the benefits you want from each session."
Andrew Edgington presents The Bodybuilding Machine posted at Mick Hart, saying, "Just honest advice on how to do steroid cycles safely as well as other bodybuilding health tips and training techniques."
Jimson Lee presents Dynamic Warm Up vs. Static Stretching Controversy posted at Speedendurance.com, saying, "A look at the differences between static stretching and dynamic stretching in the Warm-up, including the benefits of microstretching."
Aparna presents Energy saving fluorescent bulbs may cause skin rashes posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, "In a bid to save energy and do our bit to the environment, most of us have installed those slightly expensive, energy-saving, eco-friendly fluorescent light bulbs in our homes. But it looks like these bulbs are not as picture perfect as previously thought. A recent study has found that some of these energy-saving fluorescent bulbs (particularly those 'open' light bulbs, which are not surrounded by a glass case.) can cause reddening of the skin if used close to the body and for longer periods of time. UV radiation from these unencapsulated energy-saving bulbs can damage the skin if used closer than 30cm to the body, the experts warn."
Vic presents Make Your Own Organic Yogurt At Home... posted at Yogurt Maker Central, saying, "If you're concerned about the number and amount of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives in commercially produced yogurt, then you might like to try making yogurt at home. Using only the best organic products as ingredients you'll be able to make fresh homemade yogurt - a healthy snack for the whole family."
Carmen Davailus presents Natural Weight Loss Treatment posted at Naturally Holistic, saying, "Looking for a natural holistic approach to weight loss and health? Take a look at the advice of a family nurse practitioner who is always struggling to achieve that healthy weight."
Joshua Seth presents Why Diets Don’t Work posted at Joshua Seth Blog, saying, "My good friend Justin Kredible from the Rachael Ray show stopped by to do a quick interview recently. In part one of this video he asks “What’s the difference between using hypnosis for weight loss and just going on a diet?” You can see for yourself in the video clip below… Get The Weight Loss Hypnosis Solution and never diet again!
Marsha Hudnall presents Preventing Holiday Weight Gain: 10 Tips to Guarantee Holiday Weight Gain posted at A Weight Lifted, saying, "The annual holiday food fight is about to begin. You know, the one where conflicted women nationwide (even worldwide) face down rich-food eating traditions. This year, to help women understand what doesn’t work when it comes to happy holidays, the healthy-weight experts at Green Mountain at Fox Run have come up with some sure-fire tips to take the guesswork out of gaining those holiday pounds. We counter them with sensible advice for emerging from the holidays feeling great.
That concludes this edition. Look for our next edition to be posted here at Weight Master on December 14th. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Weight Management and Fitness Forum using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.