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text 2020-01-22 16:58
Tone down your arms with best exercises

Exercise is the only way to tone your body, strength your body and shape your body. In this present era. People do not have time for themselves they only sit in a place and work but due to these working habits they are suffering from a lot of problems which include body fat, arm problem and join muscle pain. To get a perfect body you need to do regular exercise. The exercise will help you tone your arms and give a beautiful shape to your body.

 

 

There are many resistant exercises that help to strengthen your upper body and tone your arms. You can use dumbbells or even your body-weight to learn about toning your arms.

 

What are the exercises which will help your tine your arms?

 

There are many exercises that help to tone the arms as well as strengthen the upper portion of the body. The exercises are as follows:

 

  • Push-ups: You should lay on your belly than put both your hands on your side parallel to each other. Keep your body straight then with the strength of your hands push up your body and then relax. Do the same repeatedly.

     

  • Bench press: You need to lay on your back and put your feet firmly on the ground then you need to grab the barbells with both your hands and pull and push them.

     

  • Overhead extension: You need to stand on your feet but your hip-width apart. Then you need to grab the dumbbell with both your hands and pull it up and down from your front and back.

 

The exercise you do need to be assisted properly assisted or else you may get injured. So always go to the gym and learn the technique and then apply.

 

About the Author

Kisar Dhillon – A Personal Fitness Trainer in Portland, Oregon. Need to get toned, lose weight, lose body fat, and increase lean muscle. If you need fitness trainer in Portland, then Kisar is the one. He is a personal trainer Portland OR with 25 years of experience and has expertise in health & fitness industry.For more information visit us today : http://kisardhillon.com

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text 2019-09-10 15:51
Kindle Freebie Kid Book Round Up.
Yara's Tawari Tree - Yosef Lapid,Joanna Pasek
A Horse Story: Sami and Thomas meet Pascal - James McDonald
The Elf Who Couldn't Read - Sonica Ellis
Serafina Soars - Alma Hammond
Aqua Dog - Lisa Van de Wielen,Alison Mutton
Goodnight Portland - Morgan Guillaume

The best is Yara's Tawari Tree - which is  wonderful book about the importance of nature.

 

Serafina Soars  is also quite good, in particular with the ending bit that relates history.  Nice artwork.

 

Aqua Dog and the Elf Who Couldn't Read are both good, if a bit heavy on the lesson side.  The elf story also stresses the importance of learning.

 

Goodnight Portland is a fun parody with beautiful illustrations.

 

A Horse Story - the art isn't going to be for everyone, but I loved the fact that the author noted the amount of work that goes in caring for a horse.

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review 2019-09-09 19:30
Travel
Driving Me Wild - Mia Carter

Logan meets this amazingly charming young lady on the way to the airport.  How did he find her?  She is his driver for this trip.  In a hurry, he rushes off - leaving something behind.  If he is to get his project off the ground, he had better talk that charming driver into making a spontaneous trip to where he is.

 

Chloe drives lots of people.  She tries to make money to survive while she is working on getting her art to pay her rent.  Then the trip drops in her lap.  This trip is a chance of a lifetime, returning keys a billionaire asks for.  He needs help.  Is it crazy?

 

I found this book very entertaining.  I loved the banter.  The heat grew in intensity and was weaved nicely throughout the story.  The pace was steady.  I really found this one hard to put down.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers, in exchange for an honest review.

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