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Plant-based Bodybuilding

As I recently shared, I’m currently transitioning towards a plant-based diet. My decision to do so was by and large for cardiovascular health concerns. Studies show that those on a plant-based diet are half as likely to be diagnosed with heart disease as well a whole list of issues. Since I’ve made the switch, I’ve gotten a lot of surprise from friends, family, and even clients. Fitness and exercise is my bread-and-butter. I workout everyday and help others achieve the fitness outcomes that they’re shooting for. So when I casually let slip that I’m doing so on a plant-based diet, the general reaction I get is generally like

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Sometimes like

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And occasionally like

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Fitness Bands Are Often Abandoned Within Months

As you know, I’ve been a proponent of fitness bands in the past. They are on the forefront of fitness technology and, as the price continues todrop, they seem to be poised to become even more popular than they already are. However recent studies are now pointing to a new issue in the world and business of fitness bands: they are frequently abandoned only months after being purchased and used. While this doesn’t mean that sales are going down (in fact, they’re still strong and going up), it does mean that investors are now proceeding with more caution regarding the longevity of this niche in the fitness market…

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U.S. Takes an Early Lead at the Ryder Cup by KAREN CROUSE


By KAREN CROUSE

The United States held a 2½ to 1½ lead over Europe after the morning session, with the alternate-shot matches following in the afternoon.

Published: September 27, 2014 at 4:00AM

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Ryder Cup 2014: U.S. Takes an Early Lead by KAREN CROUSE


By KAREN CROUSE

The United States held a 2½ to 1½ lead over Europe after the morning session, with the alternate-shot matches following in the afternoon.

Published: September 27, 2014 at 4:00AM

from NYT Sports http://ift.tt/1n9JpbW

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