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We love to joke about this stuff, but we realize this is important stuff. If you want to get in shape and stay in shape, you have no choice - you need to lead an active lifestyle. For many guys this is easy. They love to be active and the love to work out and exercise. For others, it's more of a challenge. Sometimes work and family get in the way, but it's important to find the time to exercise.


Mike Furci General Exercise Articles

If you're interested in learning more about nutrition, check out the columns from Bullz-Eye.com's Fitness Editor, Mike Furci. Whether you're into bodybuilding or just improving your health and appearance, Mike's articles can help you cut through the bull and achieve your goals.

Fitness Myth Busters
In this article Mike debunks some of the most common health and fitness myths including:  You need to count calories in order to lose weight.  Golfers shouldn’t weight train because it will make them tight and bulky.  Eating higher amounts of protein makes you fat.  More cardio means more fat loss?  Performing the right exercise give you washboardabs?

Golf: Reducing your risk of injury and improving your game.
In a previous article “Strength training”, Mike addresses the importance of a strength training program to improve your game.  In this article Mike discusses the repetitive nature of the game and cumulative injury disorder (CID).  Learn to avoid injuries, improve your functional strength, and become more flexible.

Q & A with Mike Furci

In this latest installment Mike answers questions regarding muscular imbalances and genetics.  Mike says that genetics, although a factor in your abilities, even hard gainers can make significant improvement as long as they’re disciplined with their training and eating.


General Exercise Web Guide

Men’s Fitness
For those of you who want to exercise and get fit, but would like a variety of activities, look no further.  From outdoor activities, to MMA training, to weight training, this is a one stop shop for all your general exercise needs.

LIVESTRONG.com
The tag line for this excellent web site is "Dare to Change Your Life." A healthy lifestyle is a choice, and it's necessary for each of us to make that choice on our own. Then, it's a matter of living that healthy lifestyle. LIVESTRONG is all about maximizes your health. This site address all sorts of excerises that can help you achieve your fitness and health goals.

Men’s Health
Like the site says, “Tons of Useful Stuff”. You will find daily articles and tips on a wide range of topics including fitness, sex, relationships and lifestyle.

Muscle & Fitness
This site is very informative, with articles covering a wide range of fitness topics. You'll find articles written by top trainers, along with tips on the best ways to get the most out of your workouts. This site satisfies everyone from serious bodybuilders to part-time runners.

Runnersworld.com
Even though this site from the popular running magazine is devoted primarily to running, most of you will find the articles and tips in the "Training and Racing" section to be very useful.

Medclient.com - Exercise
This health and wellness blog covers all sorts of medical issues, along with the importance of exercise, particularly when one faces particular health conditions.

Pete Sisco
Pete Sisco has researched innovative bodybuilding and strength training methods for over a decade. Sisco created the Power Factor, Power Index and Relative Static Intensity measurements of muscular overload. He is the co-author of the best-selling fitness books, Static Contraction Training and Power Factor Training and is the editor of IRONMAN's Ultimate Bodybuilding series.

Bottom Line Fitness - Exercise
This fitness blog has excellent exercise tips. 

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