How to Make a Weight Gain Diet Plan

by Paul Posted on July 15th, 2009

Before you can mold your body into a defined and well-chiseled frame, you have to gain some mass, which acts like a canvas to a painter or a slab of clay to a sculptor. Gaining weight doesn’t mean that you have to wolf down on every fatty food you see. You need to [...]

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How to Make a Boomerang

by Elaine Posted on July 13th, 2009

Boomerangs are those nifty toys that are thrown and then comes back towards you. During the old times, these were used as weapons or for sports, but today, they are used by many people as outdoor playthings.
You can get boomerangs from toy stores easily, but if you want, you can also create one of your [...]

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How to Make a Weight Loss Diet Plan

by Paul Posted on July 9th, 2009

Losing weight is quite a daunting task for many people. They have to lower their intake of food, exercise, and increase their metabolic rates. Having a fitness plan is not enough, since you’ll be hungry after a tiring workout. You should regulate your meals, so your body burns calories at a faster [...]

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How to Make a Weight Loss Fitness Plan

by Paul Posted on July 8th, 2009

Having a toned body not only looks appealing, it also promotes good health. For some people, the first step to achieve that figure is to lose weight. Losing weight is quite challenging, especially if you have an insatiable craving for food. You must have lots of discipline, determination, and a weight loss [...]

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How to Make a Weight Gain Fitness Plan

by Paul Posted on June 15th, 2009

For some people, gaining weight is necessary so they can build on their muscles. The quickest way to have a well built frame is to strictly follow a weight gain fitness plan. The program is composed of exercises that are aimed to increase your body mass, which will later turn into muscle. [...]

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How to Make Homemade Flu Treatments

by Paul Posted on June 8th, 2009

Flu causes much discomfort to those who are afflicted. People suffering from the disease complain about headaches, dizziness, the excessive buildup of mucus and the overall feeling of lethargy. Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicine are available to treat flu. However, any chemical-based drug can cause harmful side effects. You might as [...]

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How to Make a Motorcycle Seat

by Paul Posted on May 12th, 2009

A motorcycle seat is made for comfort, amidst a rough motorcycle ride. The firm and thick cushion pads the impact for every road bump while its smooth cover pampers posterior. Settling for the seat that comes with your bike is okay, but any style-conscious biker prefer seats that have more attitude. Make [...]

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How to Make a Splint

by Paul Posted on May 5th, 2009

Fractures need to be set in a steady position, otherwise the bone breakage may worsen, delaying recovery. A splint is needed to the hold the injured limb in place until the fracture has healed. Making one is simple. You only need a fairly tough material for support, a pair of scissors, and [...]

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How to Make a Diet Plan

by Paul Posted on April 27th, 2009

Whether wanting to gain or lose weight, a diet plan makes the task much easier. The plan, which contains a schedule of your daily consumption, guides you into achieving your desired figure. Before you can construct a diet plan, you should have a target. Ask yourself the question, do you want to [...]

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How to Make Your Car Tires Last Longer

by Paul Posted on March 31st, 2009

A roadworthy vehicle is what a traveler needs. Traveling for miles daily accumulates significant amounts of wear and tear, especially for older automobiles. If your car does not have a set of well maintained tires, you may be up for a tire change soon, which is quite costly. You should know how [...]

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