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17 Years Acne Completely Under controlled

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Been trying and trying to cure my acne and I finally found the cure! Using mother nature natural re s, no expensive creams, lotions, or prescribed medicines. Learn how I did it.

acne, acne cure, pimples, scars, pigmentation

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Only 2 months of using the Acne cure method, my acnes have completely under control. Face cleared up twice as fast and pigmentation lighten. I have combined 3 steps of curing methods using mother nature natural re s to control my Acne, NO expensive creams, lotions, or prescribed medicines. Sorry this is not a 1 or 2 days cure method but you will see results in one or two week’s time. Usually I have outbreak after SEX, yes after sex… Not sure whether other acne suffers have this problem, but after using this Acne cure methods, NO more outbreaks!

Here comes the cure…

Step 1.

Daily routine – THE NIGHT BATH

You must do this every day or twice a day if not convenient for you. THE NIGHT BATH ingredients you need are:

4 Cups of Dead Sea Salt (Normal sea salt will do but not as effective)
4 Cups of Epsom Salt

Why Dead Sea salt and Epsom salt? Epsom salt is well know for expelling toxins out of your body and Dead Sea salt contains minerals and naturally occurring chemicals found in dead sea which could replenish your body lost minerals and also for its antiseptic properties.

Fill your bath tub with the mixtures and lukewarm water, soak yourself inside for about 20-30 minutes. If you are not afraid that the salt will irritates your eyes, you can sink yourself totally into the water as long as your breath can hold. About 20-30 minutes later RINSE YOURSELF WITH COOL WATER.

Note: If you can’t access to bath tub, than mix 3 tablespoons of Dead Sea salt and Epsom salt with 1 tablespoon of warm water (not too watery) and a few drops of tea tree oil in a bowl, mix them well. Choose a comfortable area to lie down and apply the mixture on your face, neck or back. Avoid broken skin area, rinse with cool water after 20-30 minutes. This method is not as powerful as soaking yourself in the salt water, but it does helps.

You will have a very relaxing feeling with just 20-30 minutes of miracle salt bath. As I mentioned earlier, this step has to be done everyday until your skin condition improved. After I found this cure than remember when I was 8-12 years old, my dad used to bring me to swim in the sea and my skin was flawless. So if possible, go swim in the sea few times a week. So much for step 1 and if you do it consistently, you can see results very soon.

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15 Simple Metabolism Boosting Secrets

Janice Elizabeth Small
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Your metabolism is the rate at which your body burns calories. The faster you burn calories the more weight you can lose even if you eat the same amount, so it makes sense to do everything you can to boost your metabolic rate if you’re trying to lose a few pounds.
You use about 60% of the calories you need each day just by being alive. That’s your basal (or resting) metabolism. About 30% of the calories are accounted for by how much you move (your activity metabolism). The remaining 10% are used up by the process of digesting food (your thermic metabolism).
By making some simple changes you can fire up all three types of metabolism and become leaner faster.
1. Eat little and often
Small and regular meals throughout the day will keep your metabolism high. If you eat the same amount of food in just one or two large meals as you do in five or six mini-meals and snacks you will burn fewer calories. This is because your metabolism slows down between meals. Never skip meals to save calories. Having a low-calorie snack will work much better and will also stop you falling ravenously on the nearest chocolate bar later in the day.
2. Eat breakfast
Your metabolism slows down overnight. When you have been through a period of more than eight hours without eating you need food to get your metabolism going again. So have breakfast as soon as you can after you wake up. If you’re not a breakfast person take something healthy with you when you leave the house and have it is soon as you can face it. It’s not great for your weight loss plans to have to boost your metabolism with a mid morning cookie or cake.
3. Eat enough
If you eat too few calories, your metabolic rate will automatically drop. This is a self preservation mechanism, which kicks in when your body thinks you are starving. The safest bet is to eat about 250 calories less than you need at the sedentary level and to take 250 – 500 calories of exercise each day to give a steady weight loss of between one and two pounds a week.
4. Eat Lean Protein
It takes more energy for the body to digest protein than carbohydrate or fat. Studies have shown that people who eat a high-protein diet burn more than twice as many calories in the hours following their meal as those eating a high carbohydrate diet. While the safety of high-protein diets can be disputed, it does make sense to include some lean protein as part of each meal.
5. Eat Fibre
Food with lots of fibre also gives your thermic metabolism a boost. High-fibre foods like beans, fruit, vegetables and whole grains simply take longer to digest and therefore help burn more calories.
6. Spice up your food
Spicy foods (especially chilli) raise the metabolism by as much as twenty-five per cent for a few hours after eating. So eat hot and spicy food a bit more regularly and see if this helps you. Just go easy on the refried beans and guacamole if you decide to go Mexican!
7. Drink Coffee
Caffeine speeds up your heart rate and the faster your heart rate the more calories you burn. Not great if you have heart problems or difficulty getting to sleep however!
8. Drink Green Tea
The phytochemicals in green tea are supposed to raise metabolism slightly by causing your brain and nervous system to run more quickly. Although not many sizable and conclusive studies have been done on this to date, drinking green tea rather than milky coffee or other calorie-laden beverages will definitely help you lose weight!
9. Get active
Aerobic exercise for more than thirty minutes not only burns calories but also keeps your metabolism high for several hours afterwards. The best time for exercise is in the morning as it will help kick start your metabolism for the day. If you can do 30 to 60 minutes of aerobic exercise almost every day your metabolism will soar. Interval training would help even more.
10. Walk it off
If you prefer to take light exercise, try going for a walk after lunch or dinner. This boosts the rise in metabolism you get after eating. No strenuous exercising on a full stomach though.
11. Build those muscles
Muscles burn calories even when you’re resting. For every pound of muscle you add, you burn about 50 extra calories a day without taking any more exercise. So it’s a great idea to include some resistance or weight training in your exercise regime. Twenty minutes three times a week is enough to make a big difference in your metabolic rate as well as the shape of your body.
12. Go hot or cold
Any extremes of temperature you experience will help raise your metabolism by up to 20 percent as the body attempts to cool you down or raise your temperature. Make sure it’s safe for you to go in the sauna or on the arctic expedition though before you try this one. You could have a go at keeping your home a few degrees cooler than is comfortable for sitting around in winter and restrict the air conditioning to the very hottest days in summer. In the winter it will help you get up and get moving and in summer encourage you to go to the pool to cool off!
13. Drink Iced Water
Another trick is to drink a glass of iced water a few times a day. You’ll raise your metabolism just by having to bring the water up to body temperature. Drinking water is required anyway, of course, to keep your bodily functions working smoothly (including your metabolism).
14. Watch the alcohol
On top of the empty calories that alcohol contains, it also has a dehydrating effect, which slows down your thermic metabolism. Alcohol tends to inhibit the process of metabolizing fat too, which can lower your basal metabolism. And there’s not much chance of you wanting to exercise after all that booze so it’ll have an effect on your activity metabolism too. Bad news all round!
15. Take up yoga
The chemical processes which comprise your metabolism are regulated by the endocrine system, especially the thyroid. Yoga has many postures which have a powerful twisting and compressing effect on the endocrine organs, strengthening and stimulating them and this can help to regulate and boost your metabolism.
If you boost your metabolism with these tips, you’ll be improving your general health as well as your capacity to burn calories. You’ll not only find that you lose weight more quickly but also that you will have more energy, greater strength and you’ll be able to get through everything you have to do in a day more easily.
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15 Muscle Building Rules For Skinny Guys And Gals! (Part 1)

Anthony Ellis
3678

WHY CAN’T YOU GAIN WEIGHT?
Though there may be many reasons why you may be thin, the most apparent reason is because of your genetics. If your parents are naturally thin or have a small body frame, then you will most likely have the same small body type.
To some degree, your size can also be controlled by your metabolism. If you have a difficult time gaining weight of any kind (fat or muscle) then you most likely have a fast metabolism. That simply means that your body burns calories at a faster than normal rate. You must take this into account whenever you are considering a particular diet or training program. Is it geared towards someone with your metabolism and goal?
Now as you know, there are many ways to train. Hundreds, thousands even. Some work and some do not, but for the specific goal of gaining weight, there are a few UNIVERSAL things that all skinny guys must do.
Though much of the information I cover here is not as “magical” as you may like, I consider these rules to be the basics with regard to weight gain. These are not all of the answers, but they are definite elements that MUST be addressed in any successful weight gain program.
You should be able to easily integrate these rules into your current program to make it more suitable for your particular body and goals.
GENERAL RULES
1.Get the proper information that pertains to your SPECIFIC condition and goals.
The first big problem I find in most people is the lack of correct information. Yes you are motivated and doing things, but your effort is wasted on incorrect dieting and training information. Basically, skinny guys are taking advice from people who have never had a weight gain problem. Want to know how to gain weight? Then find someone who has walked your shoes. Someone who has been where you are.
2.Set a specific goal and create a plan of attack.
If you were to drive cross country to another city, would you just start driving randomly, or would you plan a route that would get you quickly and efficiently?
Think of your plan as a road map and your goal as your destination. Without a plan and a specific goal you will be without focus and can easily get lost or side tracked. This happens more often than you know. I see many people in the gym just doing whatever, or just eating whatever — no plan or specific goal. They wonder why they don’t make progress. They have no focus.
Having a specific program to follow allows you to take action each day. This action is focused on specifically getting you to your destination quickly. There is no thinking, debating or guessing. You just do it. A specific plan provides necessary daily structure that not only keeps you on the road moving forward, it also helps to develop good eating and training habits that will benefit you long after you have reached your destination.
3.Have confidence in yourself and belief in what you are doing.
Let’s face it; we live in a cruel world. Hate and jealously is everywhere. For most people who begin a fitness program to improve themselves, getting started will be half the battle. The other half will be staying motivated throughout the constant onslaught of negativity from others. A few negative words can do serious damage if you allow it.
The most insulting things you hear may be from friends, co-workers and acquaintances at the gym. People hate change. It makes them insecure, because they suddenly discover there’s more to you than they were probably willing to admit. They fear that you may actually achieve your goal. It makes them look less “superior”.
Once you have begun your plan, you must have faith and believe in what you are doing. Stay focused and avoid overly critical or negative people. If you have to, keep your business to yourself. When I first began my program, I stopped talking about what I was doing because I got tired of hearing things like “you can’t do that”, “that’s impossible”, “you’re wasting your time and money”. Funny thing is, now those people are constantly bugging me for advice.
It’s your life. It’s your body. It’s your dream. Don’t allow your success or failure to rest in the hands of others.
In Part 2 of this article, I will cover your workout rules and guidelines to MAKE SURE you gain muscle.
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14 Steps To Reducing Your Infant’s Reflux

Roni MacLean
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It’s important to realize that not all babies with reflux will require medication or have difficulties with their reflux. Many infants, usually called happy spitters, will benefit greatly from some simple steps that you can start trying right now. Many of the things listed below will help with your baby’s discomfort and spitting up, eliminating the need for medication.
If, after trying all the below listed tips, your baby is still spitting up, or having difficulties with their reflux, read about whether or not medication may be needed and what medications will likely be used.
POSITIONING STEPS for reducing infant reflux
Positioning During and After Feeds
Keeping the child upright during and for at least thirty minutes after feeds can help to reduce reflux by allowing gravity to work at holding the food in their tummies. As well, after feeding, try to keep them as motionless as possible for at least thirty minutes after feeding. Formula fed babies may require longer periods since formula is digested slower than breastmilk.
A Word About Car Seats
Some car seats position baby in such a way that they hunched and slouched over, putting added pressure on their tummies which can increase reflux episodes. Look for a car seat that allows baby to be reclined enough that they aren’t slouched yet, inclined enough that they are fairly upright.
Sleeping Position
As with positioning after feeding, keeping baby propped during sleep is essential when they have reflux. It can help reduce painful reflux episodes and reduce the risk of aspiration. For more info on propping baby, see the article on propping.
Prone vs. Supine (Front vs Back)
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends all babies sleep in the supine position (on their backs) because it has been shown to reduce the risk of SIDS. This is fine for babies with reflux as long as the baby is safely propped up to at least 30%, we found the higher baby is propped the better. Having said that, many babies with reflux prefer sleeping in the prone position (stomach), also elevated of course, and may have less reflux episodes in this position. Discuss this with your doctor and he can help decide if it’s okay, and how to safely manage allowing baby to sleep in the prone position. It’s very important to discuss this with the doctor before trying it as babies with reflux are already at an increased risk of SIDS.
Carrying
Try carrying baby around as much as possible in a baby carrier through out the day. Carried babies tend to cry less and crying will make reflux worse, plus, it keeps baby upright.
CLOTHING and reflux
Avoid Tight Clothing
Tight clothing, particularly clothing that’s tight around baby’s tummy, can make reflux worse by increasing pressure on the LES (lower esophageal sphincter). Make sure baby stays in loose fitting, elastic waists whenever possible.
FOOD / FEEDING tips and suggestions
Food
Breastfeeding is definitely best for a baby with reflux because it is more hypoallergenic than formula and is digested twice as fast as formula. If breastfeeding is not chosen or not possible by the mother, formula changes can help some babies. If the baby has a milk or lactose allergy or intolerance giving the baby formula that is milk based can make reflux worse. Read about the different types of formula available and discuss this possibility with your pediatrician.
Thickening
Some babies with reflux will respond well to thickening their feeds with cereal. Thickening formula can help for a few reasons. The added weight of the cereal in the food helps to keep the food from splashing around in the baby’s belly and can help keep it down. Babies who are having difficulty gaining weight may also benefit from the added calories. Generally, it’s recommended that about one tablespoon of cereal should be added for every ounce of formula. If the formula isn’t thick enough, it won’t work. Also, some babies may react poorly to rice cereal which is generally the first tried, so adding oatmeal instead may work better for some babies. As always discuss this with your pediatrician before trying it.
Feeding Time
When and how much a baby is fed can also have an impact on their reflux. Smaller more frequent meals through out the day work much better than larger, less frequent meals. Also, avoid feeding baby right before bedtime, particularly if the baby is already a poor sleeper.
Breastfeeding
If you are breastfeeding, try eliminating the foods that can make reflux worse. Dairy products are a big offender, as is caffeine, fatty foods, spicy foods, citrus fruits. If eliminating these things seems to help, you can slowly (about one thing a week) start to introduce one thing at a time back into your diet and watch baby’s reactions. This will help give you an idea of exactly what was making the reflux worse, so that you (hopefully) don’t need to give up everything you love, just one or two things.
Burping
Stopping to burp baby frequently (at least after every ounce) during feedings can help.
Provide a Pacifier
Sucking on a pacifier or dummy, can increase saliva production. Saliva is alkaline which can help neutralize some of the acid that may come up.
Infant Massage
Try infant massage, it’s been shown to improve digestion and will help relax baby.
Avoid Certain Foods and Liquids
More so for older children and babies, there are certain foods that are known to make reflux worse ((eg. whole milk, chocolate milk, fried or creamy style vegetables, tomatoes, citrus: such as oranges, grapefruit, pineapple, anything prepared with whole milk or high-fat, cold cuts, sausage, bacon, fatty meat, chicken fat/skin, all animal or vegetable oils, chocolate, carbonated beverages, chicken, beef, milk, or cream-based soups). If you are breastfeeding, as mentioned above avoid these foods in your own diet, particularly milk products.
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14 Signs That You Need to Improve Your Body Image

Julie Gabriel
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Whether it’s making promises to lose weight or to exercise more, resolutions have long been a traditional aspect of ringing in the New Year.
For most, health and appearance can be at the top of the list in a relentless pursuit of thinness – a quest that all too often results in low self-esteem, body-image disturbances or an eating disorder.
“Many women obsess over body size and weight and develop distorted body images partly as a reflection of low self-esteem,” says Adrienne Ressler, national training director for The Renfrew Centers. Body-image problems range from mild dissatisfaction to severe body-hatred.
Some of the common warning signs that indicate that a person may be suffering from body-image problems include:
Is unable to accept a compliment.
Lets mood be affected by how she thinks she looks.
Constantly compares herself to others.
Calls herself disparaging names – “fat,” “gross,” “ugly,” “flabby.”
Attempts to create a “perfect” image.
Seeks constant reassurance from others that her looks are acceptable.
Consistently overestimates the size of her body or body parts.
Believes if she could attain her goal weight or size, she would accept herself.
Allows her drive for thinness to supersede all of life’s pleasures or goals.
Equates thinness with beauty, success, perfection, happiness, confidence, and self-control.
Compartmentalizes the body into parts – (thighs, stomach, buttocks, hips, etc.) rather than feeling connected to the whole body.
Has an ever-present fear of being fat – even if she is slim.
Has an overriding sense of shame about her self and her body.
Focus on the day-to-day decisions to get good, tasty fuel and fun physical activity, have friends, express yourself. These are key elements of physical and emotional well-being!
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12 Ways To Be Healthier

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1 Have a lie down
Back pain can be avoided and the damage repaired with one easy exercise, which is lie down on the floor with your knees bent, hip width apart, feet on the floor. Do this daily for about five to fifteen minutes to release and lengthen your spine.

2 Note your nibbles
Crash diets don’t work for long enough; instead maintain a food dairy to note your daily eating habits. With this you’l…

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Want to loose weight, sleep better and boost your immune system?

1 Have a lie down
Back pain can be avoided and the damage repaired with one easy exercise, which is lie down on the floor with your knees bent, hip width apart, feet on the floor. Do this daily for about five to fifteen minutes to release and lengthen your spine.

2 Note your nibbles
Crash diets don’t work for long enough; instead maintain a food dairy to note your daily eating habits. With this you’ll be conscious of what you eat, and make healthier choices.

3 10 deep breaths
Our breath power our lymphatic system, which removes waste from cells. By taking 10 deep breaths, three times a day, you’ll clear more toxins and boost your thinking power by getting 20% more oxygen to your brain.

4 Put your fork down
Put your fork down between every mouthful of food, it makes you chew your food properly, preventing digestive problems, and also prevents you from over- eating.

5 Make a list
The most effective stress buster is to make a list. Your short term memory can only remember, on an average, seven things. So when you overload it , your stress level escalate. Making a list clears out all the stress from your brain you feel tension free. This saves you from headaches, depression and high blood pressure.

6 Massage your feet
Poor circulation could be robbing you of much needed sleep. Your temperature needs to drop slightly before you fall asleep, so your body dispels heat via your face, hands and feet. But many women have poor circulation, which constricts the blood vessels in their hands and feet and prevents them from dispelling heat. A hot bath before sleeping or a hand and foot massage will increase your circulation.

7 An organic apple a day
If you buy one organic item a day, make it an apple. Research found that pesticide residues in 71% of apples- the highest in fruits and vegetables.

8 Change your tea bag
When it comes to tea white is the new green. White tea comes from the same plant as green and black but is harvested earlier and undergoes less processing, which means it contains more cancer fighting anti- oxidants.

9 Eat dried apricots
The most common nutritional deficiency is iron. Tiredness, irritability and lack of concentration. Prevent it by having two helpings of lean red meat a week, or three dried apricots a day.

10 Stop skipping meals
Eating three meals a day is very important for a healthy body. It’s the simplest way to balance blood sugar levels, which will keep your mood, energy and concentration balanced and strengthen your stress tolerance.

11 Keep it crunchy
Include some raw vegetables in every meal. Many of the vitamins and minerals are in vegetables are lost through cooking, so raw food is as good as it gets.

12 Focus on your feeling
Take two minutes to boost your resolve to do walk, jog or aerobics class. The instant gratification of that exercise high is far more motivating than the promise of thinner thighs two months down the line.

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12 Things You Can Learn From A Two-Year Old

Nancy Hill
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If you ask any child about the adults around them, they’d probably say we’re a little wacky and seem to be stressed out a lot of the time. Here are a few simple things they can teach us…
1. Nap when you’re tired.
2. Eat when you’re hungry.
3. Don’t starve yourself, it makes you tired and cranky. Eat little bits often to keep fueled up.
4. Stubbornly refuse to eat even one more bite once you’re full. If you’re full after a few bites, gleefully throw the rest away.
5. Leave the table with a satisfied, full belly and an eagerness to dive back into your delicious life.
6. Be picky and only eat foods you love. If it doesn’t taste great to you, clamp those lips shut and refuse to eat until something better is found.
7. Be in awe over how amazing and wonderful your body is. Notice how it moves, hugs, plays, loves, heals, and enjoys life.
8. Run, jump, skip, play. Move your body because it’s so much fun and it feels good. Be amazed at all the incredible physical things your body can do.
9. Wear clothes that are comfy and that make you feel good.
10. Appreciate the people around you for who they are rather than for how they look.
11. Hang out with fun, friendly people and stay away from mean, critical ones.
12. Feel great about yourself because, well, why wouldn’t you?
If you don’t have a two-year old around right now, seek one out and watch them for a day. Their simple enjoyment of life, and their absolute respect for their own bodies is something to aspire to.
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12 basic tips for healthy nutrition that will increase your chances of growing taller

Cher Sern Lim
2099

Grow Taller Tip 1
Eat at regular hours.
Grow Taller Tip 2
Don’t skip any meal
Grow Taller Tip 3
Don’t forget to eat breakfast. Always start the day with a well-rounded meal.
Grow Taller Tip 4
Take the time to taste and to chew your food well.
Grow Taller Tip 5
Vary your menu.
Grow Taller Tip 6
Avoid pastries, sweets, crisps, soda drinks -anything that has little or no nutritious value.
Grow Taller Tip 7
Beware of salt consumption. It can cause hypertension.
Grow Taller Tip 8
Eat a lot of raw vegetables and fresh juice. Choose whole wheat bread.
Grow Taller Tip 9
Drink six (6) to eight (8) glasses of water or vegetable juice or sugar-free juice per day.
Grow Taller Tip 10
You should also drink milk.
Grow Taller Tip 11
Eat good quality food supplements every day.
Grow Taller Tip 12
After each meal you should rest. Don’t start to work or exercise right after.
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11 Questions You Must Ask Yourself Before Building Your Home Gym

Kyle Battis
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Are you unsure where to start with building your home gym? There are a lot of factors that you should consider and questions you should have answered before building your gym. Addressing these questions in advance could potentially save you thousands of dollars and a great deal of frustration. As a fitness professional who has helped hundreds of people design and build results-producing home gyms I can assure you that answering these questions in advance will benefit you greatly.
Without further delay, here are 11 questions you must ask yourself before building your home gym:
1. What is the purpose of your home gym? Will it be a supplement to your health club membership or will it be the sole location of training for you? Having a clear vision of what you want your home gym to deliver for you is essential to have from the start.
2. Will you start small and expand later or go big right from the start? Do you want to completely outfit your home gym right away or gradually add equipment over time? Personally I started small and gradually added select pieces of equipment over time. I started with a pair of dumbbells and a stability ball. I eventually added a barbell, kettlebells of various sizes, a weighted vest, fitness bands, and a dragging sled. Every once in a while I’ll come across another piece of equipment that I’ll add to my wish list and eventually purchase. Slowly over time you can build a nicely outfitted home gym in this manner.
3. How much space do you have available? The space that you have available for your home gym is going to dictate what equipment you should buy. For example, you might not want to buy a large multi-gym machine if you have low ceilings and a small amount of space available. I would recommend starting off with a stability ball and some dumbbells as these could easily be used to a get a great workout in minimal space. They key thing is to learn how to use the equipment properly and learn how to get results from your training. Any good fitness professional can teach you how to do that.
4. What is your budget? If you have a large amount of money available to you then you might not have a problem outfitting your entire home gym with the newest and best equipment. If you don’t have a ton of money to spend on your home gym you can start for free with bodyweight training exercises like squats, push-ups, calisthenics and eventually add small pieces of equipment over time. Remember, there were people getting great results from their training long-before there was ever fancy machines available. Don’t let you budget determine the quality of your training.
5. What is your training experience? Are you new to fitness training or are you a seasoned veteran? Your answer to that question will likely have some bearing on how you build your home gym. A beginner can achieve great progress initially with very little weight and training equipment. A seasoned trainee might require heavier weights and a great selection of equipment to add necessary variety into the routine to avoid the adaptation curve.
6. What are your training goals? If you want to be a competitive powerlifter the equipment you buy might be a little different then the equipment you would be if you are simply trying to supplement your health club membership. Consider what your main goals are and keep them in mind when building your home gym.
7. Are you sharing this space or is it dedicated to your home gym training? This one is pretty self-explanatory. Do you have a space that will ONLY be used for home gym training or do you have a space that will pull double-duty? For example, in my apartment right now I have an office that also happens to house all of my home gym training equipment. I simply pull out the equipment I need when I want to train and go to work. This is obviously not ideal but it works and it is better than doing nothing at all. My eventual plan is to dedicate a section of my house to a home gym when I buy a house (hopefully sooner than later!).
8. What kind of training do you enjoy? Your home gym set-up will likely be affected by the style of training that you prefer. Are you into functional training, powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, bodybuilding, bodyweight training, Kettlebell training, Clubbell training, grip strength work, strongman training, aerobics, Pilates, Yoga, etc. Build your home gym so that it supports the style of training that you enjoy. With that said I do encourage everyone to include aspects of each type of training into their overall training toolbox to provide variety and a well-rounded program.
9. What kind of “footprint” will your equipment have? Each piece of training equipment that you add to your home gym has a “footprint” that it leaves on your floor. Some pieces of training equipment have bigger footprints than others. You will want to consider the footprint of any pieces of equipment that you are considering adding to your home gym. What kind of space will the equipment take up? How will it affect the use of your other equipment? Will you have enough free space in your home gym to perform everything you want to do? I tend to prefer buying equipment that has relatively small footprints and leaving most of my home gym for open space. This allows me to do anything I want to in the space provided. The exceptions to this rule for me are squat racks and benches.
10. Will you have room for expansion? As I stated earlier I am a big fan of periodically adding new pieces of equipment to my home gym to expand my options and keep my body from adapting to the same old monotonous training. When I design my clients’ home gyms I try to leave them with a good amount of free space so they can later add training equipment that is of interest to them.
11. Will you be the only person training in your home gym or will others be using it as well? Will your home gym be soley for your needs or will others be using the space as well? Will your spouse, children, friends, training partners be using the equipment as well? These are things to consider as the people who are using the equipment will have a bearing on the equipment you purchase and the overall set up of the gym.
Hopefully by answering these 11 questions you have provided yourself with some insights that will help save you a lot of money and a lot of frustration. The simple answers that you provided above will give a blueprint that you that will help you in building a home gym that suits your needs.
Enjoy your home gym building process and train with purpose,
Kyle Battis CSCS, ATC, NSCA-CPT
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do del servidor ha caducado.{1,plural, =1{Este servidor no ha podido demostrar que es {0}; supuestamente, su certificado de seguridad es válido a partir de mañana. Este problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante ha interceptado la conexión.}other{Este servidor no ha podido demostrar que es {0}; supuestamente, su certificado de seguridad es válido dentro de # días. Este problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante ha interceptado la conexión.}}Aún no es válido el certificado de servidor.Este servidor no ha podido probar que su dominio es $1, ya que su certificado de seguridad no es válido en este momento. Esto puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante haya interceptado la conexión.El certificado del servidor no es válido en este momento.El certificado de servidor no es de confianza.Este servidor no ha podido probar que su dominio es $1, su certificado de seguridad contiene errores. El problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante haya interceptado la conexión.El certificado del servidor contiene errores.Este servidor no ha podido probar que su dominio es $1 y se podría rechazar su certificado de seguridad. Este problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante haya interceptado la conexión.No es posible comprobar el certificado del servidor.No se ha encontrado ningún mecanismo de revocación.Has intentado acceder a $1, pero el emisor ha revocado el certificado mostrado por el servidor, lo que significa que las credenciales de seguridad presentadas por el servidor no son de confianza. Es posible que hayas accedido a la página de un atacante.Se ha revocado el certificado de servidor.Has intentado acceder a $1, pero el servidor ha presentado un certificado no válido.El certificado del servidor no es válido.Has intentado acceder a $1, pero el servidor ha presentado un certificado firmado con un algoritmo de firma no seguro (por ejemplo, SHA-1). Una posible causa de este problema es que se hayan falsificado las credenciales de seguridad presentadas por el servidor y que hayas accedido a la página de un atacante en lugar de establecer conexión con el servidor en cuestión.El certificado del servidor está firmado con un algoritmo de firma no seguro.Has intentado acceder a $1, pero el servidor ha presentado un certificado que contiene una clave no segura. Es posible que alguien haya descifrado la clave privada y que hayas accedido a la página de esa persona en lugar de establecer conexión con el servidor.El certificado del servidor contiene una clave criptográfica no segura.Este servidor no ha podido probar que su dominio es $1, su certificado de seguridad podría haberse emitido de forma fraudulenta. El problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante haya interceptado la conexión.El certificado del servidor incluye un nombre que está fuera de su cobertura.Has intentado acceder a $1, pero el servidor ha presentado un certificado cuyo periodo de validez es demasiado largo para que se considere de confianza.El certificado del servidor tiene un periodo de validez demasiado largo.Se ha producido un error desconocido.Error de certificado de servidor desconocidoEl servidor ha mostrado un certificado que no coincide con lo que se esperaba. Algunos sitios web tienen un alto nivel de seguridad para garantizar tu protección y esperan ciertas características de los certificados.El certificado del servidor parece ser falso.El servidor ha mostrado un certificado que no se ha hecho público mediante la Política de Transparencia en los Certificados. Este requisito se aplica a algunos certificados para garantizar que son de confianza y ofrecer protección contra los atacantes.El certificado del servidor no se ha revelado a través de la Transparencia en los Certificados.El servidor utiliza una versión de TLS obsoleta.El servidor debe actualizarse a TLS 1.2 o a una versión posterior.Este servidor no ha podido probar que su dominio es $1, el sistema operativo de tu ordenador no confía en su certificado de seguridad. Este problema puede deberse a una configuración incorrecta o a que un atacante haya interceptado la conexión.Permite los anuncios siempre en este sitio webAnuncios bloqueadosEste sitio web muestra anuncios invasivos o engañosos.Has usado anteriormente otra versión de la contraseña de tu cuenta de Google para el cifrado de datos. Introdúcela a continuación.La sincroniza