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  1. Jimmy Wong, model

    Posted Nov 09th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Name three products you cannot live without. Toothpaste, tennis shoes and face cream How much do you spend on beauty products? About $1,000 a month. What exercise do you do? Gym, wakeboarding and Thai boxing Are you on a diet? No How much time do you need to get ready in the morning? About 20 minutes What's your beauty secret? Don't stress out. Drink lots of water. ...

  2. Fiterati

    Posted Nov 10th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... to the gym. Favourite exercise or regimen? Water skiing, tennis and jogging... all memories of the past. Diet- are you a healthy eater? In the past absolutely not- I've always eaten too much ... be tempted. Favourite sport: Skiing. Health tip: As you can tell I'm no expert, but I have learned that what ever exercise you hate or food you don't like is usually good for you so to stay ...

  3. When to exercise

    Posted Dec 15th 2003, 12:00am by Laura Walsh

    ... it easier to form an exercise habit when it was done in the morning. Physically, working out at this time increases your heart rate and metabolism, allowing you to burn more calories. It also sharpens your mental abilities and gives a physical boost for hours afterwards. If exercising outdoors, the early hours offer a cooler environment and the air pollution is lower. And, ...

  4. Survey exposes couch-potato culture among Tai Po residents

    Posted Sep 18th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Nearly half the residents of Tai Po are not taking enough exercise and a fifth are resorting to prescription drugs to cope with emotional problems, according to a survey. Almost half of people with jobs had not taken any physical exercise lasting for longer than 30 minutes in the week before they were questioned for the survey in February and March. The study, which interviewed ...

  5. Trendspotter

    Posted Jul 06th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... other dance styles. Thus, combining both yoga and Indian dance is a very good form of physical and mental exercise for both body and mind. 'It involves a number of different postures: ...

  6. Natural cures the Ayurvedic way

    Posted Aug 15th 2003, 12:00am by Anthony Woo

    ... on an informal basis. Ayurvedic treatments have fewer side-effects than western medicines, but may take longer to take effect. But it is all natural, a combination of herbs and physical exercise ... three texts, the Laghutrayi. The holistic health system combines herbal treatments, diet, massage, meditation, breathing, yoga, purging and exercise. Dr Jay Pandya is a homeopath who uses ...

  7. Scepticism greets gym's claims over exercise-free weight loss

    Posted Aug 23rd 2003, 12:00am by Caryn Yap

    ... to eating disorders,' he said. 'If Physical can help people lose weight without them doing any exercise, they should get a patent and sell it to the rest of the world.' Kent Richards, managing director of Fitness First Hong Kong, believes Physical's new weight-loss treatment is simply sensational advertising. 'Using slimming machines without exercise is an unhealthy ...

  8. No pleasure in leisure

    Posted Nov 28th 2003, 12:00am by Jean Nicol

    ... watching TV or spending time in a shopping centre. But they spend less time playing sports because it takes effort to arrange them. The interaction and physical exercise involved in sports trump ... government survey showed. The researchers said they were 'lazy', like people in other cities, only more so than in Japan, the US, Canada, Australia or New Zealand. Lack of exercise ...

  9. Couch potatoes rule the roost as TV muscles out exercise

    Posted Oct 30th 2003, 12:00am by Elaine Wu

    ... Elaine Wu Most Hongkongers are not getting enough exercise because they prefer to watch television in their free time, a survey has found. The government study rated 58 per cent of the adult population as inactive, meaning they did not partake in any moderate or vigorous physical activities. One quarter did not get enough exercise, while only 17 per cent exercised ...

  10. Education top priority for HK mothers

    Posted Jul 13th 2003, 12:00am by Mary Ann, Mary Ann Benitez

    ... of sports sciences and physical education at the Chinese University, said the survey found that 29 per cent of children did not exercise at all, getting only 70 to 80 minutes of exercise a week from their physical education lessons. 'They will develop obesity and if they do not exercise the body fat level will accumulate in the body at a rate of 1 per cent every year from the time a baby eats ...




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