Do You Need Diet Pills?

Written by Madeleine Lee

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Phentermine is basically an appetite suppressant and is meant for short-term use only. It can be taken for 8 to 12 weeks. The long-term use is not recommended as your body begins to resistrepparttar effects of this medication after a few weeks of treatment.

The pill is used in combination with a diet plan to help you achieve your weight loss goals. The appetite suppressant controls your brain. The people, who had a history of dependency on drugs, are not advised to use this supplement.

Blurred vision, dry mouth, sleeplessness, irritability, stomach upset or constipation may occur, but it is not long lasting. Your body takes time in adjusting with these Diet Pills. However, if you experience any ofrepparttar 138090 following serious side effects, stop taking phentermine and consult your doctor immediately.

- An allergic reaction such as breathing problems, swelling of face, tongue or lips or hives.

- An irregular heartbeat or extremely high blood pressure.

- Restlessness or tremors

- Nervousness or anxiety

- Headaches

- Insomnia

- Dry or unpleasant taste inrepparttar 138091 mouth

- Diarrhea or constipation

- Impotence or lack of sex drive.

Hence, along with Phentermine, good dietary, exercise, and behavioral habits must be adopted to ensure maximum

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Maximum Muscle Development with Chaos Training

Written by Brian D. Johnston

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3 repetitions (5/5 cadence) 30 second rest 3 repetitions (5/5 cadence) 30 second rest 1 repetition at a slow 10/5 cadence followed by... 8 top partials + 1 forced


3 repetitions (5/5 cadence) 40 second rest 4 repetitions (3/4 cadence) 0 second rest 4 negatives, followed by 10-second static hold at bottom


3 repetitions (5/5 cadence) 60 second rest 8 repetitions (3/3 cadence) 0 second rest 2 forced, followed by 1 set of pec decks x 5 reps

At first glance there appears to be no resemblance amongrepparttar three examples, with each consisting of various loads, reducing or maintainingrepparttar 137978 same weight and tension times, allowing for different levels of recovery and metabolic demands, etc., in order to accommodaterepparttar 137979 various prescriptions.

Obviously a thirty-second rest is much different from a 40- or 60-second rest, or if a trainee implements near-zero rest. The magnitude of necessary weight reduction to complete a further 3 repetitions in a similar style, for example, will be much greater with a few seconds rest only than if preceded by a recovery break of 60 seconds. Repetition cadence can also have a bearing on performance and demands; a slower cadence makes it more challenging to complete a particular number of repetitions (consider lifting 100 pounds in one second as opposed to five or ten seconds). The altered mental and physical energy reserved forrepparttar 137980 remainder ofrepparttar 137981 workout afterrepparttar 137982 first set,repparttar 137983 second set, and so on, must be considered.

However, close examination discloses that each example initially consists of 3 repetitions, all performed in an identical manner of 5 seconds up and 5 seconds down (for 30 seconds total); and that isrepparttar 137984 benchmark – a biomarker buried within a realm of chaos. An increase inrepparttar 137985 load underrepparttar 137986 same conditions would conclude an improvement in lifting ability or function. Thereafter,repparttar 137987 trainee is free to be inventive and spontaneous forrepparttar 137988 remainder ofrepparttar 137989 workout for that muscle group. This is but one example of how a person can apply Chaos Training‘, limited by one’s imagination.

Brian D. Johnston is the Director of Education and President of the I.A.R.T. fitness certification and education institute. He has written over 12 books and is a contributor author to the Merck Medical Manual. An international lecturer, Mr. Johnston wears many hats in the fitness and health industries, and can be reached at Visit his site at for more free articles and offers.

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