Tag archive for "JJ Virgin"

Diet and Fitness

How to Stay Committed to Your Exercise and Weight Loss Goals

No Comments 03 June 2010

It’s normal to have days when you really don’t want to exercise or look at another salad. But before you pick up a fork and dig into sugary frosting or write off the gym, try this idea that JJ Virgin, the author of Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy, says is personal kryptonite against program destroyers.

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Diet and Fitness

A Fat-Burning Cardio Program You Won’t Hate

2 Comments 03 June 2010

Get out the big bag for Goodwill, because with author JJ Virgin’s cardio program, soon your shirts will look like sacks and that great skirt you shimmied and tortured yourself to zip up last season will have the people in your life saying, “Did you lose weight? That skirt is hanging off you.” From Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy

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Health and Wellness

Is Stress Making Your Arms Chunky and Your Waistline Expand?

No Comments 01 June 2010

Chronic stress can have many evil effects on your body, including accelerating aging and packing on the pounds. To find out how stressed you are -- and learn how to turn a negative stress into a positive one -- take this quick and easy quiz from Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy by JJ Virgin.

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Diet and Fitness

What to Eat to Burn Fat and Lose Weight

2 Comments 01 June 2010

What, how, and when you eat tells your body if it should store or burn fat for fuel and if it should build muscle or waste it. These meal guidelines from the fat-burning eating plan in JJ Virgin’s book Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy will help you get rid of your fat in order to lean out your body.

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Diet and Fitness

Arms Are the New Accessory

No Comments 01 June 2010

Forget the Gucci purse and the pearl-rimmed Chanel sunglasses. There is one accessory that goes with everything and never goes out of style: sleek, strong, sculpted arms. Here JJ Virgin, author of Six Weeks to Sleeveless and Sexy, explains why many women are losing this critical attribute and how they can get it back.

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