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Overtraining: A Simple Test Through Your Heart Rate

We know that we must train hard in order to achieve our goals, but how hard is too hard? We provide you this week with a very simple test to see if you are overtraining. This test is known as the Orthostatic Heart Rate Test, and it involves calculating your heart rate,

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Train with Rob Lagana Online

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Why Aren’t You Using Online Fitness Coaching with Ottawa Personal Trainer Progressive Coaching

If I were to tell you that you could burn away as much fat as possible by sitting at your computer twiddling your fingers and toes, would you believe me? 

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How can Your Personal Trainer Help You Achieve Bodybuilding success?

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Rob Lagana is a Personal Trainerand Bodybuilding Expert

Ottawa Personal Trainer, Rob Lagana presents: How can one achieve Bodybuilding success?  Read up on Bikini Contest Prep here, Why you need an online Bikini contest prep coach and here,

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Lose Fat and Build Muscle Tone With These 7 Home Exercises

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The scope of this article is to provide you with a beginner level
workout routine that will help you with fat loss and gain lean body
muscle tone. The routine targets your whole body and you will be
training with no fancy gym equipment.

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Beginner Figure Competitor Training Program

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Beginner Figure Competitor Training Program

The goals of this program are:

To provide you with corrective training where you need it the most To
strengthen your weak parts, improve muscle balance To lose fat To build
muscle especially around areas where that the judges eyes go first.

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How to Kiss Your Aches Goodbye

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This is how you plan an exercise recovery program to allow the body and mind to recover.

Plan this active recovery program for 2 weeks and your body will love you for it.

Change your exercise routine so that your not performing your exercise movement at the same angle as your current exercise routine.

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