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Debbie Kaplan
Debbie Kaplan • 1 year ago

A weight-loss plateau: It’s a very scary, very real scenario. But before you decide to totally surrender to the fact that the scale may never move again, ponder the advice nutritionist Keri Gans gives her patients.

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This week, Dr. Pat Allen asks gastroenterologist Brian Landzberg to advise a patient who had to skip work for more than two weeks to deal with the diarrhea, exhaustion, and stomach cramps of “that thing that’s going around.”

3 month total-body transformation workout program. This looks more practical than most I've seen.... its the guy from Extreme Makeover Weightloss Edition!! Lots of good moves!

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D. Clinical psychologist Cecilia Ford counsels a woman who endured both treatment for breast cancer and the loss of a job this past year, and whose post-crisis anxiety robs her of sleep at night.

Yoga Sequence That Burns MEGA Calories! Do it as many times as you can.

15 min belly blasting workout - Every woman can end up with a belly pooch due to underworked lower abdominal muscles. This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles—the transverse abdominis—that pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat the circuit so you're performing it a total of two times.

KILL THAT MUFFINTOP!

After baby! 15 min belly blasting workout - Every woman can end up with a belly pooch due to underworked lower abdominal muscles. This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles—the transverse abdominis—that pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat the circuit so you're performing it a total of two times.

By Patricia Yarberry Allen, MD and James F. Wyss, MD, PT Kyphosis, or roundback posture, refers to an increased curvature of the spine from front to back. It has known causes, and can become progressively worse with time. Kyphosis is more common in women. It is often feared, since it causes a loss of height and poor posture. Severe khyposis is associated with health impairments that include pain, neurological problems, digestive problems, or even difficulty breathing.

Yoga moves mmmmmm I LOVE YOGA! I end every workout with a few fluid poses. It's a nice way to bring heart-rate and breathing down and also re-stretch all those muscles you just beat up!

Post run yoga poses to help you cool down your muscles.