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Move and Be Well 3m
When the gear at is the year you graduated high school. Happy Saturday!! How are you getting your this ?
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Perez Ken Mar 18
is simple, but effective ☺️
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FitnessMagician 18s
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Ian Kremer Mar 21
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Eric Hilary Smith I 1m
I've just posted on my Blog about: Prepare for your next hike with these exercises. | Hungry Hippo Productions
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Louise Williams 1m
It’s been a kinda morning πŸš΅β€β™€οΈ First off-road ride in years... Tough going up but great coming down πŸ˜πŸš΅β€β™€οΈπŸ˜ and plenty of mud πŸ™ˆ
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Brain World Magazine Mar 19
We're not joking, smiling and laughing is actually great for your brain. 🧠 Your brain experiences a transformation by simply laughing one time. So there's no better time to laugh than on ! 😁
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Laura Spicer 1h
So difficult trying to spare time for family life & . The solution is family workouts:
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Billion Cheers 44m
5 daily tips to Improve your immunity: Citrus Fruits & Using Probiotics
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Jill Rapley Mar 15
The Mind Needs Exercise Too - Physical Exercise Helps The Mind
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Harvard Health Mar 14
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iamnotanumber Mar 20
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Lori Shemek, PhD Mar 15
The old adage β€œuse it or lose it” really does hold true. Research shows that taking time off from means that it will take even longer (triple the time) to regain in physique, physical fitness and strength. Make time to hit the gym most days of the week!
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Prof Robin Daly Mar 20
A free copy of our paper for the prevention of in postmenopausal women : An evidence-based guide to the optimal prescription is available at
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Gypsypunk80s Mar 20
I actually went running yesterday. For the first time in years. Yay me.
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Open Source Wellness Mar 16
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Wellento Mar 19
Go hard or go home, right? This high-intensity, full-body workout demands effort from every inch of your body! πŸ’ͺ
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Donna Pavitt Health & Wellbeing Mar 18
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Matt Keleher (Agency Central) Mar 21
Can into old age help to reverse the aging process? Research indicates that it can indeed. Athletes such as 85-year-old Irene Obera are setting world-records in their age categories. And, Kazuyoshi Miura still plays professional football at 52!
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Harvard Health Mar 15
The updated exercise guidelines showcase the benefits of exercise to your heart and beyond.
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