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Fitness Rx For Women

Billed as “Your Ultimate Prescription for the Perfect Body,” Fitness Rx takes a scientific approach to women’s health and fitness, offering tips and information on diet, nutrition, exercise, supplements, cosmetic enhancement, and sexual enhancement.

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www.healthyurbankitchen.com How to Make a raw foods, healthy protein shake without crappy body building supplements, artificial sweeteners or ingredients you cannot pronounce. Ingredients 1-1.5 cup Water or Raw Milk 1 tbs Almond Butter 1 tsp Tahini 1 banana 2 dates 1 fig dash or two of Cinnamon tiny pinch Celtic Sea Salt Protein – your choice, raw egg yolks or the least refined protein powder (raw whey, rice protein, Living Fuel, etc) Only blend raw eggs for 2 – 3 seconds This is an energy dense & nutrient rich shake Tweak – you can tweak it by adding or subtracting ingredients or the amount of ingredients (for example, less almond butter, less fruit for smaller women – more protein for bigger guys – whatever works best for YOU) You can use ice if you like www.healthyurbankitchen.com more recipes..come check it out!
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  • E. Chapa "E"  On August 28, 2011 at 6:59 pm
    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth the price for what this magazine provides, September 16, 2005
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    E. Chapa “E” (San Antonio, TX USA) –
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    This review is from: Fitness Rx For Women (Magazine)

    I had read through several woman’s fitness magazines. Most had too much advertising, not enough articles on health, articles on travel (who cares). Fitness RX had exactly what I wanted – they took care of the work for me of having to go to different sources to find health and fitness articles. The models they show on the cover aren’t the supermodel skinny ones. Granted, it’s only 6 issues, but there’s definitely less fluff(advertising) than I’d seen in other magazines.

    There’s always an article covering a particlular muscle group and exercises you can do. It’s great seeing what I’ve been doing in my weight training is recommended :).

    There’s a separate magazine published for Men and Women but they’re not published at the same time. This explains the 6 issues(every other month). I got my subscription and after my first issue came, I got the men’s subscription for my husband – he liked what he saw in my issue. It’s interesting comparing the articles used between the two(there are some articles used in both, but makes sense if it applies to both men and women).

    We both enjoy this magazine and you won’t be sorry you got it 🙂

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  • J. Gilmer "PawsitivelySafe"  On August 28, 2011 at 7:37 pm
    39 of 44 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Only 6 issues a year?!, June 30, 2004
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    This review is from: Fitness Rx For Women (Magazine)

    I read every exercise and fitness magazine I can get my hands on. I train 6 days a week and am always looking for new recipes and ways to spice up my workouts. I DO LIKE this magazine. It has a lot of little tips and news bites that make it an easy and informative read.
    …But, I do not think it packs enough info to make it worth the price. At only 6 issues a year it is far more expensive then Oxygen or even Hers M&F. And some of the models look skinny and untoned. The BEST fitness magazine out there is Oxygen with Hers M&F being second. Both are full of great tips and the models are real fitness competitors. Check out Oxygen before you do anything.

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  • Anonymous  On August 28, 2011 at 8:37 pm
    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Your Typical Fitness Magazine, December 1, 2005
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    This review is from: Fitness Rx For Women (Magazine)

    I like Fitness Rx because it gives you a LOT of information between it’s pages. Sure it has advertisements, they need them to run the magazine (and make their profit). But unlike other magazines they are not overrun by advertisements with only room enough for one or two articles (which usually are repeats month after month after month).

    Fitness Rx Gives you lots of information on a diverse group of fitness topics and has tons of helpful little tidbits strewn throughtout its pages.

    Anyone that has even a slight interest in the fitness/nutrition field/area should get a subscription to this magazine (I’ve found it hard to find on some newstands).

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