PC Advisor needs you!

  Ben Camm-Jones 11:24 20 Jan 2006
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Hi folks,

OK, we need your help again. Last issue you kindly helped us put together a feature on your favourite holiday sites - you'll find it on the newsstands now.

This month we're after your favourite health and fitness sites - it being that time of year when we try to lose the pounds piled on over Christmas and struggle to keep our new year's resolutions. Once again, you have the opportunity to win fame and glory as a contributor to PC Advisor :-)

So post away. We're happy with general fitness sites, or more specialist ones dedicated to specific sporting activities or health regimes.

PLEASE INDICATE IN YOUR POSTING IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BE QUOTED BY YOUR REAL NAME.

  SG Atlantis® 11:48 20 Jan 2006
  Sethhaniel 12:16 20 Jan 2006
  Belatucadrus 17:08 20 Jan 2006

click here that's my idea of exercise.

  wolfie3000 17:37 20 Jan 2006

click here

Theres to much emphasis of fat nowadays,
Not that im fat or unhealthy.

  ade.h 20:30 20 Jan 2006

Health and fitness sites?

I'm sorry; I don't know what you're on about...

*Kidding*

click here

  G0lfer 23:00 20 Jan 2006

and this works for me

click here

  Kev.Ifty 01:13 21 Jan 2006
  De Marcus™ 07:48 21 Jan 2006

I refer to it when times get tough

click here

  PurplePenny 13:29 21 Jan 2006

eBay! We got a motorised treadmill worth £300 for only £60!

  ade.h 16:08 21 Jan 2006

are you on the treadmill while you surf the forum? ;-)

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