Tips for Health


Exercises for legs

By on February 7, 2012 in Health with 0 Comments

It’s never a question. The legs of Jennifer Aniston are among the finest in Hollywood—proportionate, smooth, and shiny.

Jennifer Aniston

With 2 minutes of these isometric exercises, you can get similar well-toned legs: stimulation of circulation, muscle tone and a new sense of lightness. The important thing is to put all the possible force and maintain the contraction for 6-8 seconds. Whether at home or in office, you can definitely do these simple exercises.

1) Get a book, put it on the ground and grasp it between your toes, straining muscles from the hip down.

2) Remove your shoes. Put left big toe on your right foot, then push your left foot down with all the energy you have. Repeat the exercise by placing your right toe on left foot.

3) Cross your ankles and using feet as resistance, try to disentangle them from each other.

4) Rest the right foot on the left ankle. Now, add an effort to raise the left while pushing down with your right. Repeat the exercise in reverse and then relax.

Exercises for arms

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Want to have arms as toned as Eva Longoria’s? Then follow these simple steps to achieve this sculpt sexy arms.

Eva Longoria

1) Raise your arms up and push your hands against the car roof, as if to lift it. Hold the position for 6 seconds.
2) Place your hands on your knees and push down with all the muscles of the arm, forearm and chest. Meanwhile, pull the toes on the floor, tensing the muscles of the thighs and chest. Count to 6, trying to breathe normally.

Exercises to flatten stomach

By on February 7, 2012 in Health with 0 Comments

When you lose weight, muscles relax. One way to get a great physique is by doing some strategic exercises. How? With isometrics. This can be done based on static movements to be performed anywhere—even in the car or at your desk.


A short but intense stress. The isometrics causes tension without the muscles changing their length. It is based on an effort that is devoid of motion. Even if practiced only for 6 seconds several times a day, it can increase muscle tone for up to 5% per week. Isometrics allows you to train and relax all body areas like legs, back, abdomen, arms and chest. But it can also be used to actuate muscles that are rarely used in everyday life, such as those of the face and neck.


Exercises to flatten your stomach:

1) Starting at the top of a push up position, bend your elbows and lower yourself down until you can shift your weight from your hands to your forearms. Your body should form a straight line. Brace your abs (imagine someone is about to punch you in the gut) and hold for 60 seconds. If you can’t make it to 60 seconds, hold for 5 to 10 seconds and rest for 5 seconds, continuing for 1 minute. Focus on form: Don’t drop your hips or raise your butt.


2) Lie on your back with your right knee bent and your left leg extended. Rest your arms on the floor, palms up, at shoulder level with your hips about 2 inches off the floor. Raise your hips to form a straight line from your shoulders to your left foot. Hold for 2 counts, then return to start. That’s 1 rep. Do 10 to 15 reps on each side. To make it harder, cross your arms over your chest.


In this photo: Giselle Bundchen


Sweetened Juices Are Not Healthy for Your Heart

By on February 7, 2012 in Health with 0 Comments

Do you know that 2 glasses of overly sweetened juices, that you can pick from any supermarket, are enough for the accumulation of fat on your waist, eventually attacking your heart? That’s what experts at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, in the United States, have warned.

They have noticed that the abuse of sweetened beverages leads to an increase in waist size, which means “strangling” the vital organs, increase triglyceride levels and abnormal levels of blood glucose.

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Flu prevention and treatment: Natural remedies!

By on February 3, 2012 in Health with 0 Comments

Did you know nature around you is abound in panacea for all your ills?  The best antibiotics that nature gives us are found in onions, garlic, lemon and grapefruit. These natural products and also  turnips, parsley, raspberry leaves can be used to treat flu. The most ideal way would be to  to drink plenty of fresh squeezed juices and eat compositions produced from garlic and onions.

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