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Workout Instructions to Reduce Hip & Buttocks

A wide variety of exercises can help reduce the hips and buttocks. Creatas Images/Creatas/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Aerobic Exercises That Reduce Stomach Fat Flab 2 List of Exercises for Each Muscle Group 3 Exercises to Get Rid of Saddlebags 4 Lose Arm Fat at Home Ditching the extra fat in your butt and hips isn't all about leg lifts and crunches.
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Nutrition

What to Eat With Low-Carb Guacamole?

Guacamole pairs well with many low-carb, nutritious items. Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Low Carb Meals With Chicken & Sundried Tomatoes 2 Simple Ways to Work Sweet Potatoes Into Your Diet 3 Low-Carb Items to Eat With Soup 4 Mediterranean Diet Lunch Ideas The bumpy outer skin of an avocado hides not only creamy, buttery flesh, but also a powerhouse of nutrients.
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Fitness

How Many Seconds Should You Hold a Stretch?

Wait until after your workout to perform static, or held, stretches. Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Stretching the Neck and Upper Shoulders 2 The Benefits of Yoga Stretching 3 Release Muscle Spasticity With Stretches 4 Understanding the Science of Muscle Stretching You hit your cardio, lifted some weights and head straight for the locker room.
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Sports

The Calories Burned With Recreational Tennis

Take it off at your weekly recreational tennis match. Stockbyte/Stockbyte/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Difference in Tennis Between Pro & Amateur 2 The Average Running Distance of a Tennis Player 3 Calories Expended Playing Golf 4 What Is the Average Number of Calories Burned by Racquetball Players?
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Sports

Exercises That Make Knees Stronger

Strengthening the muscles around the knees can help reduce their workload. Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Use Ankle Weights to Get Better at Soccer 2 Strengthen Your Knees for Hill Walking 3 Knee Exercises for Breaststroke Swimmers 4 Calf Stretches to Get Rid of Fat Calves Athletes know all too well how prone the knees are to injury.
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Sports

How to Read Movements for Boxing

Watching an opponent's eyes can often reveal what move is coming. Jupiterimages/Pixland/Getty Images Related Articles 1 Box for Beginners With a Reflex Bag 2 Boxing Workout for Men 3 Eliminate the Hook Driver 4 Get the Body to Pull the Left Arm Down in the Golf Downswing Reading your opponent's movements in the boxing ring is a skill you'll only develop over time.
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