• Bike to Work

    Bike to Work Week is brought to you by HUB: Your Cycling Connection. HUB is a charitable organization that works to make cycling an attractive choice for everyone. Find out more about: How It Works To use the Commute Tracker, you need to have an account on the site and to be logged in. You

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  • How to Shed Weight

    How to Burn Calories, Boost Metabolism and Lose Weight A good way to shed weight is to increase your physical activity level. This increases calorie burn, protects against muscle loss and raises your metabolic rate. It keeps your body working efficiently and raises your motivation to shed weight. Also it helps you to maintain a

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  • How to Lose Excess Weight

    A healthy way to lose excess weight is to increase your exercise. This helps to burn extra calories and raises your resting metabolic rate. It keeps your body working efficiently and it boosts your motivation to lose weight. How Exercise Assists You to Lose Excess Weight Let’s say you eat 1/4 cup of candy corn

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  • How to Burn Off Weight

    A healthy way to burn off weight is to increase your exercise. This helps to burn extra calories and raises your resting metabolic rate. It keeps your body working efficiently and it boosts your motivation to lose weight. How Exercise Helps You to Lose Weight Let’s say you eat a regular serving of French fries

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  • How to Burn Fat

    Despite the fat loss claims of many weight loss pills and ‘fat-burning’ supplements, the only healthy way to burn fat is to reduce calories and increase physical activity. These two things increase calorie burn, protect against muscle loss and raise your resting metabolic rate. Exercise in particular keeps your body working efficiently, raises your motivation

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  • Weight Reduction For Men

    Weight Reduction For Men

    Prevalence of Male Obesity The last two and a half decades have witnessed a significant increase in overweight among men of all ages. Studies show that 27 out of 100 American men aged 20-74 years are obese (BMI > 30). This compares with 19 percent of Australian males, 12 percent of French males and 3.6

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