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Sexual Health is . . . this is a mini series:

imagesA man who experiences multiple nocturnal erections, and an erection upon awakening.

A man whose penis remains highly sensitive while wearing a condom.

A person who thinks about something sexy and produces and secretes sexual hormones.

When the gonads; ovaries in a woman and testicles in a man, receive and respond to incoming brain chemistry, i.e., the gonadotrophins.

A woman whose vagina lubricates with sensuous thought and foreplay.

A man who can obtain an erection through sexual desire alone, or when he’s visualizing something sexy.

A man who can sustain an erection long enough to satisfy himself and his partner.

A man who can repeat his erection-to-orgasm cycle within a short window of time.

A sexual thought, memory, or fantasy instigates the release of sexual hormonal chemistry into the genital-reproductive region of the body.

A person who regards sex as a gift from Mother Nature that is intended for mutual pleasure and, if desired, pro-creation.

A person who nourishes their sexual health system with the right thoughts, foods and nutritional supplements.

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June 16, 2012 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Ab·ol·o·gy™

By John Abdo

[Aboluh-jee]

–noun

1. the science of achieving a super-lean six-pack set of abdominals.

2. an extremely high-level of knowledge and skill that accelerates fat loss specifically to a persons’ midsection; also referred to as ‘Spot Reduction’.

3. an anatomical phenomena resulting from specialized core conditioning body shaping techniques.

Origin:

1. the excess fat that surrounded my waistline prompted me to design a new system that solved this frustrating issue once and for all.

2. pursuing my education as a Master Fitness Trainer and Olympic Strength & Conditioning Coach I learned that conventional abdominal and/or midsection training was not always applicable to all.

3. statistics prove that back problems; particularly to the lumbar region, are prevalent to a high percentage of our population. One of the aggravaters of back problem is having weak and/or under trained abdominals, oblique and back muscles.

ab·ol·o·gy™ is created by John Abdo. All Rights Reserved, © ™ 2009
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June 10, 2012 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment