6 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You Will Never Get The Ebola Virus

ebola virus

You here it in the news.

It’s an epidemic.

It spreads faster than wildfire and you, along with others are worried, scared, and hoping that you will stay safe.

The Ebola virus  (formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever) is real. It’s dangerous, and yet you hope to stay away from it and stay out of harm’s way.

We all hear about the controversial news and content that’s out about it but what’s right and what’s wrong?

This article will inform you and educate you on the what, where, when, who, and why on the virus – plus throw in some research on the already alarming health topic.

And with good reasons as to why YOU will not get it.

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Heart Attacks, Green Tea, and Why 158 Million Americans are Drinking It


Do you feel that?

Put your hand over your heart and you’ll feel it.

It’s sitting there nonchalantly and without telling it to contract or relax, this vital muscular organ marches to the beat of its own drum.

Yet it is calm, composed, but at the same time working constantly to pump blood around your body through your blood vessels of the circulatory system.

Just so you know how important the heart is for your body… sink your teeth into this:

Your brain is in constant need of oxygen from blood. And your brain receives this constant flow of oxygen when the heart does its job by pumping blood to particular parts of the body.

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Are Your Knees Really Safe from These Squat Variations?

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Ah… the feeling of a great squat session, you’re feeling drained from the demand and intensity it brings…

And the satisfaction of knowing that you dominated an exercise that most people fear about doing.

But why do people fear it? Well there are a few popular reasons…

1) The technicality that goes into accomplishing the exercise (Kinda intimidating)

2) The intensity in which the exercise calls for (No matter the weight)

And mainly because of…

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7 Steps to Finally Motivating Yourself to Workout

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Getting motivated is not an easy feat and staying so is even more difficult, but let me tell you a secret…

it is only difficult until working out becomes a habit.

Once you’ve pushed through the initial stage and you are set on a regular workout schedule, working out becomes second nature.

This is when you also begin to see results, which then is its own motivator.

After all what is better than to see a slimmer/fitter YOU?

In order to make something a HABIT it first needs to be a behavior.

It takes a variety of time to make a behavior a habit, unfortunately I do not have a secret number just for you.

This number varies from person to person as we are all different, but if you keep at it in a consistent manner one day you will wake up and realize that you don’t have to convince yourself to workout anymore.

You will feel that it is a need, that you have to workout in order to feel good, both physically and emotionally.

I can share with you that for me, this happens after about two weeks of consistent workouts. Let’s discuss the seven tips to motivation.

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