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A ring for healthy women. Be fit, be active, exercise and love your body! Don't fall into obesity and laziness as so many Americans are doing so these days. Get off the couch and get active! - - - - - Websites in this ring DON'T have to be about health issues. This is a general women's webring, but at the same time we want to encourage people to maintain healthy lifestyles or if you're not healthy, strive harder to BECOME healthy. - - - - - 64% of adult American females are overweight! 36% are obese! 42% of teenage females in American are overweight or obese! Get off you ass America! Get outside and get active! - - - - Please also submit sites about AIDS/HIV, pregnancy, STDS, breast/lymph node cancer, anti-perspirants and tampons cause cancer and should have warning signs on them and anything else about female health in women and young women.

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The Benefits of Olympic Weightlifting - 08/16/2013

Olympic style lifting has many health benefits including: Multi-joint movement. These are not isolated exercises. Many muscles work at the same time as a group. Lots of core work (back, side and stomach muscles) involved. Trains for speed, power and agility. Strengthens ankles and wrists. More functional than isolated exercises like bicep curls. Some examples of Olympic Lifts are: 1. Hang Jump Shrug 2. Clean and Snatch Pulls and High Pull 3. Power Clean and Power Snatch 4. Front and Back Squats 5. Split Squasts and Side Squats 6. Deadlifts 7. Good Morning, Push Press and Push Jerk But first...   Two Basic Weightlifting Positions You Should Learn First Squat Jumps This plyometric exercise (a power exercise, your feet will leave the floor) is a staple movement for many Olympic lifts. It's comparatively easy! Start by assuming a basic squat stance with your feet hip width apart, all of the weight on the heels, and your buttocks pushed back like you're about to sit in a chair. Keep your abs tight and back straight. Next, place your hands behind your head, go down into the squat, until your thighs are basically parallel to the floor. Finally, focus your energy on pushing up through the heels and ankles and spring upwards. Your feet leave the floor and your body straightens completely in the air. Tips for Beginners - Begin by using body weight only, and by coming about an inch or so off the ground, just to test for limitations, and to perfect your form. When it becomes too ea...

The Benefits of Olympic Weightlifting

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