Category: News

  • Jennifer Nicole Lee’s Bun and Thigh Wave Machine

    Jennifer Nicole Lee’s Bun and Thigh Wave Machine

    Jennifer Nicole Lee is an American “mom” who went from being overweight to a winning fitness model in the space of a few years. During the process she also educated herself in all aspects of nutrition and exercise so that she could teach others to be as successful as she has been. Now she is […]

  • Michelle Obama Aims to Get America Fit – Who Can Do It for the UK?

    In the last week we have seen Michelle Obama in the news twice for her fitness antics. First up was her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in America. Ellen challenged Michele to a push up contest and Michele Obama comfortable won – she did 25 push ups and looked like she still had plenty of strength […]

  • Understanding Nutrition to Help You Lose Weight

    So you want to start eating better and losing weight? What exactly does “eating better” mean? Some people think eating better simply means eating less or skipping meals. But, losing weight and perhaps even more important, maintaining weight loss starts with a commitment to proper nutrition.

  • Patsy Kensit’ Weight Loss Advice, Diet Tips and Exercise Routines

    Patsy Kensit, most famous for her roles in Emmerdale and Lethal Weapon 2, has recently shared with the Daily Mail readers her struggle to control her weight in recent years. Like many women Patsy maintained a healthy and slim figure for many years without really having to try too hard. But when she turned 30 […]

  • Full Body Workouts with a Body Sculpture BS1370

    The Air Climber was especially developed to shape the lower body and to give you a fun, effective workout. The reason why Air Climber is so good at working your thighs and buttocks is because of its climbing motion. It feels a bit like walking up the stairs but the movement is much softer and more pleasant.

  • Moderate Physical Activity May Reduce Postmenopausal Breast Cancer Risk

    Research carried out by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston and published in the Archives of Internal Medicine has concluded that moderate exercise can help reduce the risk of developing postmenopausal breast cancer. In a study of 95,396 women there were 4782 cases of invasive breast cancer during 20 years from 1986 […]