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IPod, I Run: The technology of weight loss

If you pledged to lose weight in 2005, youre not alone. Its estimated that more than 100 million Americans (and more than 2 million Wisconsinites) made a New Years resolution to lose weight in 2005.

The majority of Americans make a health and fitness resolution of some sort and 38 percent of Americans who set a resolution (according to GNC in 2001) set out ......

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Atkins.com: A good diet


In 2004, after more than five years as a vegetarian, I embraced the Atkins low-carb lifestyle as part of my strategy for weight loss. I selected the Atkins diet over the South Beach diet and other alternatives because the Atkins Web site
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Heart-rate monitors, such as the one incorporated in my bodylink system, are reasonably inexpensive and any exerciser can use them. Monitors ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Troy Janisch 01/05/05


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