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Best Fitness Articles From The Previous Week: April 9 2017

Each week, we publish a list of best fitness articles from the previous week. These articles range from a wide variety of topics like nutrition, training, stress management, weight loss, general health, recipes, etc. Here is the list from the week of April 2 – April 8.

1. The 7 Most Common Workout Mistakes—And How To Fix Them: Courtesy of JC Deen and Jon-Erik Kawamoto on Greatist

Going to the gym may seem like a pretty straight forward task, but many don’t find the results their looking for or end up injured along the way. In this article, JC and Jon-Erik detail 7 of the most common mistakes and what you can do to fix them so you get the results you want.

2. 10 Reasons You’re Always Tired (And What You Can Do About It): Courtesy of Franziska Spritzler on Authority Nutrition

Many people would agree they feel fatigued and sluggish throughout the day. This usually affects their work performance or overall attitude. In this article, Franziska details 10 common reasons why this may happen and how you can correct it.

3. 3 Ways You Are Sabotaging Your Recovery: Courtesy of Dr. Perry Nickelston on Stop Chasing Pain

Recovery is one of the most important tools in your arsenal if you want to get awesome results in the gym and keep your body feeling young. But many people don’t realize this. In this article, Dr. Perry shares 3 things that can ruin your ability to recover.

4. Even Moderate Exercise Provides Visible Results: Courtesy of Andy Peloquin on Breaking Muscle

Many believe they need to spend hours upon hours in the gym each week to see results and improve their health. This is exactly what I talked about in my new article several days ago. In this article though, Andy digs into a research study that shows even moderate exercise can be beneficial for your overall health.

5. 5 Ways To Make Strength Gains Past 40: Courtesy of Josh Bryant on

Getting stronger is one of the most important things you can do to improve the way your body looks and feels. But as you get older this can become a lot harder to accomplish. In this article, Josh reveals 5 simple tips to help you improve your strength well into your 40s and beyond.

Side Dish Recipe Of The Week: Roasted Vegetables

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