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Dive into a transformative fitness journey with the MaxWell Nutrition’s 28-Day Fat Loss Training Program, now available at an incredible 50% off!

This meticulously designed 4-week program is your golden ticket to shedding those extra pounds and sculpting your body like never before. Centered around the dynamic and versatile approach of dumbbell circuit training, this program promises not just to burn fat but also to enhance your muscular endurance, strength, and overall physical health.

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Mackie's approach to fitness helped John Goodman and it can help you too.

John Goodman’s amazing weight loss is in the news again, and once more Mackie Shilstone is being credited as a critical player in Goodman’s physical transformation.

Mackie’s methods have worked for thousand of athletes and celebrites and they can work for you, too. For a limited time, we’re giving away Mackie’s latest book, “Stop Renting Your Health, Own It!” with purchases of $50 or more.
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Can Sleep Durations Affect Mortality?

As we age, especially over 65, our habitual sleep duration changes— emphasizing a potentially shorter duration that has been associated with increased risk to obesity and hypertension— irrespective of sleep apnea (stop breathing) interruptions.

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