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Maintaining your personal health is just as important as maintaining the health of your business. As your would-be business coach, Amy Applebaum offers up several helpful blogs for all entrepreneurs and business professionals.

10 Warning Signs of Female Over-Training

by Mark Dilworth

10 Warning Signs of Female Over-Training!  Females have significant medical risks from over-training (especially athletes).  According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMSD), some female athletes see amenorrhea (the absence of menstrual periods) as a sign of successful training.   Missing your periods can be a sign of decreased estrogen levels which can lead to osteoporosis.

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Speed Up Your Metabolism with Short Burst Workouts

by Mark Dilworth

Speed Up Your Metabolism with Short Burst Workouts. Don’t let your metabolism get sluggish or slow down. And, you can keep your body looking good and toned without working out 2 hours a day. Who has time for that anyway! The number one reason that women’s metabolisms slowdown is loss of muscle mass. Save your muscle mass with short burst workouts.

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Define Well-Being

by Dr. Miles Reid

Greetings to all of you busy and passionate women committed to success in your life! It’s Dr. Reid, your consultant on natural health and wellness.

Define Well-Being! The first thing I want to ask you all to do is to pause for a minute and define, for yourself: What is well-being for you? Even better, write it down because then you have to be more specific. Second, think about what are the things, in your view, that would be needed to get there, and third, ask yourself where do you see yourself today, in relation to where you want to be.

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5 Steps to Improve Your Fat Loss and Health In 2011

by Mark Dilworth

5 Steps to Improve Your Fat Loss and Health In 2011! Take practical steps to make this a better year for your fat loss and health. You must be intentional in order to make improvements to your body. It takes hard, smart work on your part—and perseverance.

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