Monthly Archive: June 2011

Jun 28

SOS Life Article on The Dexter Patch and Northville Patch

SOS Life has published another article on the Dexter Patch and Northville Patch. This article examines four simple strategies to elevate your metabolism. The great thing about these four strategies is that they require very little effort on your part. Despite the ease of implementing them they will significantly rev up your metabolism so that …

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Jun 19

Why Do We Strength Train?

There are many reasons that strength training is important to us. Increasing bone density, raising our metabolism, and of course looking better are a few common answers to that question. The one that is often overlooked may be the most important in my opinion, injury prevention. Through my twenties, I went to the weight room …

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Jun 19

The All Core Workout

Keeping with the theme of injury prevention this workout focuses on your core muscles. These muscles include the abdominals, obliques, and lower back. Strengthening this area of the body can alleviate many common ailments and protect you from injury. Each day alternates between the front and back side of the core. Each exercise is to …

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Jun 15

SOS Life on AnnArbor.com, Northville Patch, and Dexter Patch

I posted a new article regarding High Intensity Interval Training on Ann Arbor.com, The Northville Patch, and The Dexter Patch. Hopefully you will find it helpful and motivating. Please post a comment on one of the three websites to support SOS Life! The article is also located underneath the links below. Article on The Northville …

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Jun 08

The Food Pyramid and A Game Changer

Americans will no longer be guided in their nutritional choices by the majestic food pyramid as the FDA has replaced it with something new. The food pyramid has been replaced with a multicolored dinner plate. The Food and Drug Administration has introduced “My Plate” for its new visual aide in promoting balanced nutrition. Without going …

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Jun 06

Examining the Chatter of Cell Phones and Cancer

If you have been watching the news this week a concerning study has been getting lots of attention. The World Health Organization recently classified cell phones as “possibly carcinogenic to humans”. This change in classification came from a review of published studies relating to cell phones and cancer by 31 different scientists. The study also …

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Jun 03

W.O.W. Workout Series #2

W.O.W. Workout #2 Workouts Designed by Kirk Pedersen Do these 3 workouts Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Day 1 8 – Modified Triangle Push-ups 12 – Two o’clock lunges each leg 15 – Planks (hold time 10 seconds each) 12 – Double Step Up each leg (fast pace) Repeat these 4 Movements, 4 times (4 sets) …

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