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Beauty Fitness JOLT!, Issue #005 -- aerobic exercise, hair treatment, bosu ball...
May 26, 2006

March Jolt

- Your Beauty Fitness JOLT! is here! I hope you enjoy it!
"Look Good ... Feel Fantastic!"

Hi there!

A variety of articles added to Beauty-Fitness-Lifestyles this month. One of them could hold just the answers you've been looking for...

Simple Hair Treatment How-Tos

Hair treatment shouldn't be a mystery - yet why is it that we never hear people talking about 'a good hair day'? It's always 'a bad hair day', isn't it? Yet who doesn't feel better on a 'good hair day'?

Aerobic Exercise v Strength Training

Aerobic exercise and strength training go together like food and water. You need 'em both. For at least 150 minutes a week. Anything less, and you're in the black zone - your health will suffer, you'll feel lousy, and life will be all downhill. If you'd rather look great, feel fantastic and live life with a perpetual sparkle, start exercising! And before you do, know this:

Gold and Fitness Fun

Golf and fitness go together at any age - even if fitness videos are more your style. And so do exercise music, fun in the sun and even shopping! What happened to the 'no pain, no gain' mantra?


Ever come across a bosu ball? Or heard people whispering in hushed tones about "bosu balance"? And then going all giggly? They're a bit of a mystery in many fitness circles ... and yet the furtive behaviour is quite out of character with the results this agility training equipment seem to be producing..


Time for your own personal trainer?


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May 27, 2006
Written by Jenny Drake
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