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The 2 Week Diet

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The 2 Week Diet is the diet program for safe, rapid weight loss. Based on a decade of scientific research, it promises at least pounds of body fat in just 14 days. Brian Flatt created ...

The 2 Week Diet is the diet program for safe, rapid weight loss. Based on a decade of scientific research, it promises at least pounds of body fat in just 14 days.


Brian Flatt created this remarkable program. As a trainer, weight loss coach, and nutritionist, he grew tired of seeing clients constantly losing the “battle of the bulge.”


The 2 Week Diet succeeds where other weight loss systems fail because it addresses cellular inflammation, which is the real cause of weight gain, but also because it corrects the questionable information many dieters receive from the mainstream dieting industry.


The diet system has helped thousands lose weight, proving virtually foolproof. Flatt is now able to offer a 60 day, 100% no-nonsense, “lose the weight or it’s free” guarantee with his system.


The complete 2 Week Diet system includes:


The Launch Handbook – which explains the revolutionary science in plain language. Dieters get a simple, easy-to-follow crash course in the specific nutrients needed to lose fat, increase metabolism, and regain their health and energy.


The Diet Handbook – which reveals how dieters can tailor their rapid weight loss plan to suit their body type. Dieters find exactly what, how, and when to eat each day. This handbook eliminates the guesswork that often accompanies other dieting plans.


The Activity Handbook – which discusses how a moderate amount of exercise is more than sufficient in the pursuit of fat-loss. Using these groundbreaking workouts, dieters get amazing results exercising only 20 minutes a day for 3-4 days a week.


The Motivation Handbook – which enables these unbelievable results by developing the right mindset, allowing dieters to stay motivated on their goals. Cultivating willpower is the key to a winning mindset.


Together these handbooks form a full, easy-to-follow system that produces real weight loss. At this very moment, it is creating a dramatic impact on people’s health around the world.

FIT247 Gym

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FIT247 is a gym and personal fitness training centre in Bentleigh East, Melbourne. FIT247 offers 24 hr gym, 3 day Free trials and low-cost membership to everyone. Get an industry best Life Fitness and...
FIT247 is a gym and personal fitness training centre in Bentleigh East, Melbourne. FIT247 offers 24 hr gym, 3 day Free trials and low-cost membership to everyone. Get an industry best Life Fitness and Hammer Strength equipment at FIT247 Gym. Our staff is there for you to solve your questions, registrations, and membership. Get ideas about Staffed Hours and get an inquiry for free trials and membership.

Get an advantage of cardio training, weight training, functional training area and different amenities of FIT247 Gym. There are some good things which you need to know about FIT247 Gym, See Below Things.

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So What are you waiting for? Visit and get 3-day free trial at FIT247 and you will love to stay over there.we are located at centre road, Bentleigh East. for any queries let visit our website and you will get a quick response.

Beam Health

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Beam Health provides psychology and wellbeing support for children, youth and families through assessment, consultation, counselling, report writing and training.

Best Weight-Loss Plans & Programs Online

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Putting Health at the Top (Phatt) program is a 3 step weight loss system uniquely designed to achieve your health and weight-loss goals. This program is specially designed to balance your hormones dur...
Putting Health at the Top (Phatt) program is a 3 step weight loss system uniquely designed to achieve your health and weight-loss goals. This program is specially designed to balance your hormones during the detox phase to actually teach your body to lose weight. To get more information about this program, visit our website.

Compete Every Day

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How competitive are you? Heck, competitive is in the name of our sport. It’s right there: “competitive swimming.” And yet, a lot of swimmers shy away from being competitive for fear of the negative...
How competitive are you?
Heck, competitive is in the name of our sport. It’s right there: “competitive swimming.”
And yet, a lot of swimmers shy away from being competitive for fear of the negative connotations attached to the word. They worry about appearing greedy or narcissistic.
Like most things in life, there is healthy competition and unhealthy competition.
The healthy kind is respecting the rules of the sport, respecting your opponents, and having a relentless desire to perform at your very best. Healthy competitors also pick their spots: they are competitive with the things that matter (the main set, their races) and let the other stuff go.
The other kind, the unhealthy form of competitiveness, is the one we hear about most—the person who has to win at everything (warm-up, ahem), no matter the cost. They are more prone to cheating, and the focus is on other people losing, and not necessarily them doing their best.
Competitiveness is a tool that you can use to get the best of yourself. It’s a way to elevate your focus and push your limits.
Here are some of the benefits of incorporating a “compete every day” attitude in practice:
Competing every day helps you compete at your best on race day.
Bringing a highly competitive mindset to practice makes things easier on you when you get up on the block. Race day, for just about all of us, is stressful. All of a sudden we are buried under pressure, expectations and anxiety.
One of the reasons that swimmers “choke” is because the stress they experience in competition is so far removed from what they experience in training that it is completely overwhelming!
Being competitive in practice—both with your teammates during the main set and with your own standards and personal bests—helps you get used to the high-stakes atmosphere that you are going to encounter on race day.
Although practice is a place for learning skills and for failing safely, you also want to bring a degree of pressure and competition so that you are ready for those feelings when they happen on race day.
Competing in practice makes everyone better.
How many times have you felt like giving up during practice…until you saw that a teammate was still pushing the pace?
Some of the best swim practices I’ve ever had were when a teammate and I went head to head for the duration of the main set, each of us pushing the other faster and harder than we would have on our own.
Practice gives you a daily opportunity to compete with your teammates. Take advantage of them to race and push each other. Not only will the team as a whole get better, but you will sharpen your competitive instinct, which will give you an edge on race day.
Now, there are limitations to competing in practice, obviously. Racing during the warm-up is a preferred activity of some swimmers out there (you know who you are!). There is a time and a place for healthy competition in practice.
Main set? Bring it on. Warm-down? Not so much.
Competing shows you what is possible.
While the swimmer in the next lane can sometimes push us to ever greater heights (think Jason Lezak’s otherworldly 46.06 relay leg at the Beijing Olympics), ultimately the biggest competition is the swimmer in the mirror.
Each day you step out onto the pool deck compete with yourself. There are an endless number of ways that you can do this:
• Compete with yourself to be more consistent at practice this week than you were last week.
• Compete with yourself to see how many breakouts you can do with killer precision.
• Compete with yourself to see if you can swim every lap of the main set with one less stroke than you usually do.
Competing and gamifying your swimming in this manner makes training an endless series of tiny improvements and dare I say it, more enjoyable.
The end result of competing like this every day in training? You are going to get a whole lot fasterer.

Anabolic Cooking

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The Most Complete Muscle Cookbook And Nutrition Guide For Bodybuilding & Fitness On The Market With Over 200 Muscle Building Recipes, You Will Never Be Bored With Your Diet Again.

 

5 Things Swimmers Can Do to Get Faster This Season

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Ready to unleash some faster swimming this season? Sure ya are—here are some proven ways that you can get more from yourself in the water this season, whether it’s hammering down on a high-performa...
Ready to unleash some faster swimming this season?

Sure ya are—here are some proven ways that you can get more from yourself in the water this season, whether it’s hammering down on a high-performance mindset or spending a little extra time doing warm-down, let’s get you swimming like a rock star this season.

Write down your workouts. One of the hallmark characteristics of elite swimmers is their ability to be self-aware. This keen sense of objectivity allows them to make course corrections more quickly when things are going well (but could be going even better) and more importantly, when they aren’t going well at all. Writing out your swim practices and reflecting on your performance gives you a moment to step back from the pool and get a clearer idea of where to go from here.

Master your breathing. Swimming is a unique sport in that you have to work on your technique, strength, aerobic capacity, starts, turns and more, and then, on top of all that, you need to condition your lungs and respiratory muscles to time your breathing properly. There are a few different ways to improve your breathing capacity. There are different breathing exercises swimmers can do to boost their lung capacity, including using a respiratory training device, breathing patterns, and hypoxic sets.

Work on your mental training. Similar to the point above, a lot goes into your swimming. But how often has your workout or your races gone to garbage because of a mental hang-up: Perhaps you were focused, or you weren’t motivated enough to push hard in training, or you got overly nervous before competition. You don’t need to go full tilt with everything that mental training has to offer, but you should target the problem areas in your swimming, committing ten minutes a day to get started.

Warm down after your intense workouts. Ever notice that on the nights where you train your brains off that it takes a while to get to sleep? That’s because your body is coursing with cortisol and adrenaline, which can take up to two full days to return to normal levels. A simple way to speed up this process, while also improving your ability to clear lactate from your blood, is to perform 15 minutes of active recovery at the end of your most intense workouts.

Foam roll it out. Foam rolling has become quite the fun thing to do for everyone from high performance athletes to casual gymgoers to those seeking physical therapy. When done properly foam rolling helps to decrease muscle soreness, it reduces arterial stiffness, can help you perform more explosively in the days following a tough workout, and can increase flexibility faster than static stretching alone. Commit to doing 10-15 minutes of foam rolling after your workout, and then again later in the day or the following morning to help loosen things up and promote blood-flow.

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Featuring workout music for walking, running, jogging, treadmills, cycling, elliptical machines, stair climbers, stretching, toning, weightlifting.

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