Thursday, October 16, 2008

Boobs enhancing methodology

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let me share it again wit you guys and gals if you have the intention to enhance your personality :) muahaha

These two chest exercises will make hauling toddlers or pushing the lawn mower all that easier. You'll need an exercise ball and light weights to perform these two moves. If you're working out on carpeting, lose the socks or wear sneakers to prevent your legs from slipping out during the chest fly. Both the chest fly and the pushup work your chest and shoulders. Performing these common moves with the help of an exercise ball engages your core muscles.

Although you can't make your breasts bigger, you can give them a lift (and create sexy cleavage for that low-cut dress) with exercises that firm the pectoral muscles beneath your breasts.

These chest fly and push-up exercises are two moves that do just that. I've made them more challenging by showing you how to do them on an exercise ball (available at sporting goods stores). Other muscles, including your abs, also get a mini-workout as they stabilize you.

A beautiful bust improves your figure and boosts your confidence. And having strong chest muscles makes pushing a grocery cart loaded with groceries easy.

Your toning program

Do two sets of 10 repetitions of each exercise, allowing 30 to 60 seconds of rest between sets. Move slowly: three seconds to lower, one-second pause, three seconds to lift. Do two or three sessions a week, with at least 1 day of rest between workouts.

Chest Fly on an Exercise Ball

Sitting on a large exercise ball, inch your feet forward, and roll your body down until your head and upper back are supported. Your feet should be hip-width apart, knees over your ankles. Contract your buttocks, and raise your hips until your body, from the knees up, is parallel to the floor. Hold a pair of dumbbells with your arms extended over your chest, elbows bent, and palms facing each other. For a printer-friendly version of all steps, click below.

Note: Skip this exercise if you have orthopedic problems such as painful knees, hips, ankles, or back.

Keeping your abs contracted and your wrists straight, slowly lower your arms out to the sides in a smooth arc. Pause when your hands are chest level, then sweep both arms back up, squeezing your chest muscles. Stop before the dumbbells touch over your chest, then repeat. (You can also do this move on an aerobic step or with pillows stacked underneath your back to allow elbowroom.)

Pushup on an Exercise Ball

Kneeling in front of a large exercise ball, rest your torso on top, and extend your arms so they reach over the other side. Slowly roll your body over the ball, and inch your hands forward on the floor until just your thighs are resting on the ball. Your hands should be in line with your shoulders but slightly more than shoulder-width apart. For a printer-friendly version of all steps, click below.

Keeping your abs contracted and your back straight, bend your elbows, and slowly lower your torso toward the floor. Stop 4 to 5 inches shy of the floor. Hold, then push back up. (For an advanced version, rest just your shins on the ball. If you don't have an exercise ball or are a beginning exerciser, start with a pushup on the floor with your knees bent.)

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Friday, October 03, 2008

Ever wanted to filter ur pee pee

Healing and cleansing with barley

FRESH INGREDIENTS: Healing and cleansing with barley High in fiber, barley is also a kidney cleanser..Better yet, regular intake of it helps prevent heart disease.

EU HOOI KHAW writes.
BARLEY water was always a regular drink when we were still living at home.

Whenever we had to go for a medical exam that included a urine test, my
mum would make us drink barley water a day before it to make sure we got a positive result! My mother was a wise woman. I later found out from an Australian naturopath that barley is known to be a kidney cleanser, and he happily downed glasses of it at a meal we had in a coffeeshop here.Barley is good for your intestinal health too. Try to eat the barley grains you find in your drink or sweet broth with fu chook (beancurd skin) and ginkgo nuts. It's high in fiber which feeds the friendly bacteria in the colon and helps to speed up the transit of fecal matter in it.

In this way it helps to prevent hemorrhoids and colon cancer.
The prop ionic acid and beta glucan from barley's insoluble fiber also help to lower cholesterol and prevent the formation of gallstones. Eating barley regularly is a preventive step against heart disease as, besides the fibre content, it is also high in niacin, a B vitamin good for lowering cholesterol. Diabetics should eat more barley as the fiber will prevent blood sugar levels from rising too high. It also provides relief from constipation or diarrhoea for those suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Barley is rich in selenium which prevents cancer and relieves symptoms of asthma and arthritis. It is a good source of manganese, copper and phosphorous.
Malt sugar comes from sprouted barley which, when fermented, is an ingredient in beer and other alcoholic beverages. Barley, whose Latin name is Hordeum vulgare, has been cultivated for more than 10,000 years. Since ancient times, barley has been used for healing purposes and has been known to the Chinese, Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. Athletes in Greece and Rome in those days were known to eat barley bread to give them strength