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Ep 13: Fitness Exercise For College Students



Sweat It Out : Fitness Tips For College Students

Myth : Red Wine is Healthier than White Wine

Eating Tips : Eat 3 times a day , Don’t avoid Dairy, Don’t get Dehydrated, choose appropriate portions

Fitness Tips : walk or bike to class, chose for a walk with friends, join an intramural sport, make use of your college gym

Recipe: Creamy Coffee Ice Cream Shake
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Bosu Ball Exercise Video



Bosu Ball Exercise Video. Diet.com fitness videos will show you how to look like a pro at the gym. In this free workout video Sarah Dussault and Katrina Hodgson show you how to use a Bosu Ball and the different exercises you can use it for. This piece of equipment is great for your core using stability.

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Pelvic Tilt – Pregnancy Exercise – Oh Baby! Fitness



One of the best yoga exercises for pregnancy to relieve back pain is called Cat-Cow. It’s a pelvic tilt and back stretch. Senior Instructor Kathleen Donahoe leads a demonstration of the proper form for the stretch. If you have any questions about safe pregnancy exercise, go to

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Osteoporosis Exercise – Skeletal Fitness by Mirabai Holland



Clip from osteoporosis exercise video “Skeletal Fitness” by Mirabai Holland. Medically based workout for your bones. Helps combat osteoporosis and osteopenia. For women over 40, Mirabai’s exercise videos are at

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Exercise for Pregnancy: Free Full Length 20-Minute Prenatal Total Body Strength Workout



Expecting? Join fitness instructor Jessica Smith and her sister Courtney for this total body strength session that can be done at any point during pregnancy (with doctor’s clearance first). Try it barefoot, or keep your shoes on if you prefer, and strengthen key areas like the back, core, legs and upper body, muscle groups that important to keep strong both during and after pregnancy. And, even if you aren’t expecting, this is a strength routine that can be done easily in a small space at home.

DISCLAIMER: Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. Do not attempt without doctor’s clearance first. Be sure to listen to your body during the workout and stop if anything feels painful or uncomfortable for you.

Level: All

Equipment: A set of light dumbbells (1-5 pounds, depending on level)

Intensity: Low to Moderate

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