How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon by Ben Greenfield
... Even though this shaves precious seconds off your transition time, and makes you look like a rock-star, practicing this in a non-race situation might result in an inconvenient foot rash or maybe even crashing your bicycle in a grassy park while traveling at a neck-breaking 8 miles per hour. The same rule still applies - don't practice transitions, bricks, or any of the "logistical nightmarish activities" in your training. What a headache, anyways.
Diet and Exercise Tips by Allison Burr-Miller
... based sauce as opposed to fatty cream sauces. ∑ If youíre looking for a breakfast suggestion, try banana toast. If you alter the traditional French toast recipe by substituting whole eggs with egg whites and by using skim milk, you have a much healthier meal. *About the Source: The complete ArcaMax Publishing Diet and Exercise guide can be found at . Other news and special sections available at include vacation planning, gardening, parenting tips for the new school year, and much more.
Weight Loss One Step at a Time by Kory Doszpoly
... It can be quite frustrating at times, actually.) At the same time, it has proven to be an incredible tool when it comes to keeping my focus during the week. My day off is the carrot to my donkey. It is absolutely crucial to my success. So, I managed to achieve all of my objectives. Subway sandwiches are big, and eating the same amount of food all the time allowed my stomach to shrink. I am never hungry. That is not to say that cravings donít rear their ugly heads.
Airport Delays by Josh Greenberger
... This time you know your plane is headed in the right direction because the pilot is using a new navigational method -- he's following a flock of migrating Hummingbirds. The reasoning behind this is very simple: you never see a flock of Hummingbirds stranded inside a terminal building. Conclusion: they must know where they're going. You land in Florida, kiss the ground, quickly run over to the luggage carousel, and have horrifying visions about kissing your suitcase good-by.
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... If it has value now, it probably will have for some time to come. Whether I buy at a good price or not, value and scarcity count. Who'd imagine ME telling you that the stock market isn't everything? Investment risk is lowered by knowledge. Every time. If you are buying shares on the stock exchange, what does the seller know that you don't? What do you know that the seller does not? You can bet your life that the buyer or seller opposite you in any transaction has done some serious research.