By Cindy Posey | February 27, 2008
Welcome to the February 27, 2008 7th edition of Fitness for Moms Carnival. Thank you for all the wonderful submissions. I am excited to bring Moms some excellent information about health, workouts, tips and more. Happy Reading! Check out the Facial Yoga Video!
Frederic Patenaude presents Staying a Step Ahead of Aging posted at Frederic Patenaude Talks, saying, “As we age, increasing one’s fitness levels is imperative to succeed with youth, vitality, and weight loss goals.”
Aparna presents Can a shampoo session at a beauty salon trigger strokes in the elderly? posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Shampooing hair at a salon can prove to be dangerous and even fatal to the aged. Ever heard of the ‘Sink Shampoo Syndrome (SSS)’? During a shampoo session at a beauty salon, the head is bent backward over the edge of a basin and if this position is maintained for a long time it can trigger strokes in elderly persons.”
Niharika presents No Health Insurance? 10 Alternative Ways to Get Medical Care posted at Online Nursing Degree Directory.
Michael H presents Deodorants, Antiperspirants, Parabens & Breast Cancer posted at ControlYourImpact.com, saying, “This article looks into the relationship between antiperspirants, deodorants and breast cancer. The presented information is essential for women’s health, and crucial for pre-teen girls.”
Ellen Landauer presents Nutritional Supplements for Depression and Anxiety posted at Health Freedom Coaching.
Becky Gillaspy presents Does Food Control You? Maybe not? posted at Weight Loss without Worry, saying, “When you overeat on a consistent basis you can begin to worry that you are controlled by food. There is nothing wrong with you, in fact the problem might be as simple as the fact that you enjoy eating and hate to see it end. Let me explain this further…”
Roger Haeske presents I’ll Be Eating At A Steakhouse Tonight posted at Raw Food Diet, Bodyweight Fitness and Peak Performance Living.
Joshua Wagner presents Instant Gratification Doesn’t Always Mean Instant Success posted at Total Possibility, saying, “In a world of Million Dollar Prizes, and surgeries that can make us skinny in a few months, we have gotten used to the idea of instant gratification. The problem with instant gratification is that it often has consequences down the line that are not always foreseeable, nor is instant gratification as fulfilling as actually doing the work necessary to achieve true success. It is the difference between robbing a bank and earning a paycheck- one comes with potentially dire consequences, and the other, while taking a bit longer, achieves the same ends through a meaningful expression of our abilities.”
Lori Jewett presents Exercise – An Idea Whose Time Has Come posted at Between Us Girls, saying, “A blog post offering tips for and personal experience with choosing and sticking to an exercise program.”
Anwar Daniels presents 10 Ways To Break Out Of Your Workout Rut posted at cannedfitness.com, saying, “If you are bored with the monotony of your current workout routine, try these ten alternatives to help you stay healthy.”
The Push Up Coach presents Pros And Cons Of A Personal Trainer posted at The 1000 Push Ups Club, saying, “1000 Push Up Club will help you stay motivated as you do every push up and help you reach your goal – whether it is 50, 100, or 1,000 push ups.”
Mike Remer presents Oh, Oh! Here Come the Holidays and the Cold Weather | My Path To Fitness Blog posted at My Path To Fitness Blog.
Body For Life Results presents Body For Life Results – Weight Loss Blog » Blog Archive » 49 Tried And Tested Weight Loss Tips posted at Body For Life Results – Weight Loss Blog.
medelise reifsteck presents Woman and Surfing posted at Yearn to Travel, saying, “Every mom and woman deserves a little spice and adventure in their life. This is a sure way to obtain all of that and more. It may very well be the most fun you have evr had working out.”
Anmol Mehta presents Free Online Hatha Yoga Poses Galleries posted at Mastery of Meditation, Enlightenment & Kundalini Yoga, saying, “Free online e-book of illustrated Hatha Yoga poses and exercises to help you start or deepen your Yoga practice.”
Donovan Snelleman presents How to Start Exercising posted at ImprovedLife.ca, saying, “Tips on how to incorporate an exercise routine into your life. Note: not directly related to ‘Moms’ but it contains useful information to anyone wanting to start exercising.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Maximize the Cognitive Value of Your Mental Workout posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Why our brains need constant novelty and challenge.”
If your post is include, then please provide a link from your site. We had over 50 submissions and a wonderful selection to choose from this month. Submissions must be relevant to moms and fitness. Please submit your top article. Multiple entries by the same author will be deleted. That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of fitness for moms using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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