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How To Prevent Hair Loss

Posted December 15, 2014 by Anna

Balding isn’t something most men look forward to, but it is something most will experience by their 35th birthday. Male pattern baldness can begin as early as age 21, and more than two thirds or men will experience significant signs of hair loss by age 35. But there are certain tips and tricks you can […]

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Few Tips to Cut the Calories

Posted December 14, 2014 by Jack

Put on a little weight during that winter season? or even feeling that your metabolism is getting slower? here are a few tips to cut the calories to lose the extra weight: 1. Use a smaller plate – you can still eat what you like to eat, just smaller portions 2. Eat Spicy foods – […]

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Fighting Weight: The Beach Workout

Posted December 13, 2014 by Jack

Instead of filling your belly with six-packs this summer, sculpt a six pack instead. How? With these shore-centric exercises from GQ’s go-to trainer The summer version of the American Dream goes something like this: You’re laying on a lounge chair with a drink, maybe a beer or two or twelve, and you’re doing nothing but […]

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How To Dress For An Interview

Posted December 12, 2014 by Anna

Appearance is an important factor anytime you make a first impression. Especially when your career is riding on that impression to market yourself to a potential employer. Choosing your outfit for a job interview is a delicate process, as you can’t afford to be forgettable, but you don’t want to look outrageously out of place […]

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How to Workout your Biceps

Posted December 9, 2014 by Jack

Many people want to get bigger arms, because lets be honest, that’s the only thing that you can show off to everyone without looking like you’re bragging. In order to get bigger biceps you need to work out a proper diet plan as well as the proper training with rest. Many people tend to rush […]

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