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The Digital Weight Loss & Fitness Weekly Roundup – August 3, 2009

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Digital Weight Loss Weekly RoundupWelcome to the inaugural edition of what I plan to be a weekly roundup of quality posts from the blogosphere about fitness and weight loss. If you are new here (which is more than likely as my blog is brand new), please be sure to have a look at my About Me page to see what I am all about.

I am always on the lookout for interesting blogs, so if you have a suggestion please use the comments to let me know. In addition, if you are interested in trading links please email me at info [@] digital-weight-loss.com. Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy these posts as much as I did!

Saying no is very hard for people who love food (Including me)!

A workout in paradise

20-K before breakfast

Altered brain activity due to fat and sugar

I too weigh in daily

100 burpees does not sound like fun – but it is good for you

6-pack abs without crunches

Low carb or low fat?

The best muscle building exercise

The importance of fitness

Do not go to this site of you want to see some disgusting food!

Seven tips of a slimmer you

2009 blood test results

How much fat should you eat?

Spiderman lives!

Have a stress free weekend

6 weight loss tips

Building Posterior Chain Strength

Thanks for reading!

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Comments

2 Responses to “The Digital Weight Loss & Fitness Weekly Roundup – August 3, 2009”
  1. Vava says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! Much appreciated. Your site looks great, and I hope it helps you achieve all of your goals. I’ve been blogging for a little over a year and have kept up my running partly due to the motivation that this medium provides. It’s difficult to NOT run and have to update your blog about the apparent failure. Of course, it sometimes has lead to some injuries since I abhor missing workouts (comes from my competitive swimming past I think).

    Anyway, just on the whole digital-workout tip, I really got hooked on running when I bought my Garmin Forerunner 305 a year ago. The metrics are awesome (how far, how fast, what pace, average heart rate, max this, max that, etc…) and really helps to track ones progress. (Just in case you are looking for something else to try somewhere down the road if the Nike+ thing gets boring I’d recommend a GPS watch of some sort…)

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for the comment. I do have a Garmin 305 and I love it. I will write about that one soon – I have actually been using it to track my biking!

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