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Fitness Tip of the Day!
Determining Your Foot Anatomy
An easy way to determine whether you are a pronator or a supinator or somewhere in between is to simply moisten the bottom of your bare foot and then stand on a flattened brown paper bag. The resulting silhouette will tell you the answer.












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Mobile Apps

In May 2013, we released a major update to our novel Exercise Calorie Converter (for Apple iOS only). It now contains over 4200 foods & beverages! The update is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

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Today's Featured Topics



Plyometrics
Many people may not have heard of "plyometrics" but it's a training technique that has been around for quite a while. It's not for beginners, but, if you're ready, it can add a lot of explosive strength to your jumps and agility. Read more about it at: "Plyometrics"

Treadmills
Treadmills continue to be one of the most popular pieces of exercise gear that consumers buy. (The important question is: do they get used?). There are some really great ones on the market these days. But, they're expensive. If you're shopping for a treadmill, read our review: "Treadmills"

Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training
Monitoring your heart rate before, during, and after exercise just might be the most valuable health and fitness parameter you can measure on yourself. Learn all about it in our review: "Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  SPARK! How Exercise Will Improve the Performance of Your Brain
AUTHOR:  Ratey JJ, Hagerman E
LENGTH:  292 pages
LIST PRICE:  $16.00

In this book, Harvard psychiatry professor John Ratey, MD, and Eric Hagerman explain the powerful effects of exercise on brain anatomy and function. Read our review...





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