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The Best Workout for a Toned, Tight Butt

Trust us on this: This is a workout you should seriously get behind<p>Blast unwanted fat and create a knockout butt with this two-phase program from Perkins. First, the "Wake 'Em Up" body-weight exercises are designed to light up your central nervous system and get your glutes primed and ready. …

Workouts

Sex Tape...with ANSWERS!

I'm Ready to Go Home | Secret Sex Lives: Swingers

Two Wheels To Freedom

A mountain bike road trip, presented by Teva<p>Join Cam McCaul and friends as they explore the South Island of New Zealand on the ultimate mountain …

Mediterranean Diet May Counter Genetic Risk of Stroke

<b>TUESDAY, August 13, 2013 (HealthDay News) —</b> Mediterranean diets heavy in two foods — olive oil and nuts — are linked to a lower rate of strokes in …

Holistic Medicine

19 Reasons to Start Strength Training

If you're sticking to healthy weeknight meals, hitting up the elliptical machine regularly, and yet, you're just not seeing the results you thought …

Exercise

25 Ways to Run Faster—Stat

Usain Bolt makes sprinting look easy. It’s almost as if he doesn’t have to try. But we’ll let you in on a little secret: Sure, Bolt is more of a …

Marathons

Hearst Magazines

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How Many People Read Food Labels?

Fewer than half look at nutrition info on restaurant menus.<p>More restaurants are printing calorie information on their menus to comply with federal, state, and city requirements, to respond to pressure from consumer groups, and to be more transparent with their customers. But so far, fewer than half …