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- The 8 Biggest Fitness Myths You Still Believe
There is no shortage of opinions on the best ways to lose weight and get into shape. Losing weight only happens in the gym. Nothing you do in the gym is going to combat the rest of the equation when it comes to weight loss. Fat is burned through a combination of cardiovascular and strength training that decreases your body's overall fat content when coupled with a healthy diet.
- Andi Manzano reveals why her wedding almost didn’t push through
- Almond Snowballs = Christmas Cookie Perfection
- Companies Say Goodbye to the 'Burbs
When Motorola Mobility lined up a Silicon Valley candidate a few months ago for a VP-level role, the phone maker was hopeful he'd accept. After all, the company offered the chance to develop products at a subsidiary of Google Inc. His reason: the prospect of relocating to Libertyville, Ill., about 35 miles from downtown Chicago, said Scott Sullivan, Motorola's head of human resources. Bloomberg News Motorola Mobility plans to leave its headquarters in Libertyville, Ill., shown. Getty Images Motorola Mobility plans to move into the Merchandise Mart building in downtown Chicago.
- Stay Warm All Winter with Sweet Potato Stew
- Your brain on booze: why you, too, could do an Anne
- Girl Gives Boy Heimlich Manuever, He Thanks Her with Candy
A 9-year-old girl is being hailed a hero after giving a classmate the Heimlich maneuver when he began choking in the cafeteria. On Monday, Emily Ogle, a 4th grader at Central Elementary School in Roxana, Illinois, noticed that her classmate Kuper Stevens was choking on a breadstick during lunch. He couldn't breathe and was turning red, but luckily, Emily knew what to do thanks to her father, who had taught her how to administer the Heimlich maneuver when she was only 7 years old. "I did the Heimlich maneuver and I guess I got it out, but I didn't think so.
- Why Running Isn't Helping You Lose Weight
Doing one 45-minute run once a week or a couple 20-minute runs won't burn enough calories to lose weight. In order to lose a pound a week, you'll need to cut 500 calories each day, through a combination of diet and exercise. If losing weight is your goal, run three to four times per week and incorporate other forms of calorie-burning cardio and/or metabolism-boosting strength training on the other days.