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Suitable Haircuts for Long Faces

Haircut can change whole personality of a person therefore it is important to select a best haircut for you according to your face and personality. If you have a long face, the haircut choice will be quite different as compare to round or short face because right haircut will add some width in your face. Right haircut will help you to cover the flaws of raised forehead and strong jawline. If your hair is naturally straight, you have to do some work at your home to add some texture in your hair. One-length cut will be a bad choice for your long face because it can elongate the features of your face. Hair related matters are discussed in details at Saver Gen. You have to choose those haircuts that can flatter your long face. Following are some best ideas of haircuts that are more suitable for those who have long faces:

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Short Haircuts for Long Faces

Following are some short haircuts for those people who have long faces but like to have short hair:

  • Avoid extremeness in cutting because too long or too short will not go with your long face. You have to get short but messy hair style like pixie haircut. It will give a great style to your long face. You can keep both long or short sides but do not add excessive volume or height to your hair. Have some good but medium sized layers to balance your long face.

  • Chin-length bob haircut is another option for your long face because it can tender the length of your face. You will surely get a pretty look with this hairstyle.

  • Bangs can also be a best haircut for long faces because it can give a wonderful look to your face. Avoid wispy look as it will not look best with the features of your face. Opt for rounded bangs for long face to get pretty charm in your personality.

  • If you want medium sized hair, you can go for lob bob that goes bit under the chin. It remains above the shoulder, and is a best option for those who want layers with a bit of texture.

Long Haircuts for Long Faces

If you like long hair and have long face also, following are some long haircut choices for you:

  • You can have side swept cut like “Megan” Fox for your long but straight hair. Tie a low ponytail to get a different hairstyle on different occasions.

  • You can get lots of layers and texture in your tresses but soft waves can add some width in your face and you will look much better.

  • Blunt bangs are perfect for long wavy hair, and you can enjoy different styles with blunt bangs by adding minimal layers in it. Long layers look best for curly hairs but you can cut short layers to have better effects on your long face.

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Paleo Diet-Enter the World of Healthy Eating

Are you looking to enjoy a healthy lifestyle? Are you looking to stay away from heart diseases? Are you looking to keep the cholesterol level under control? Well, no need to scratch your head anymore, as Paleo diet is there to help you out. Most of you would be wondering that if it’s so simple and easy, then why many people are reluctant in going for the Paleo diet. It is primarily because of the inability to say good-bye to the processed foods, which sadly enough have become the part and parcel of our daily diet. Processed foods pave the way towards heart diseases, so one must be circumspect while going for such food types. If you are looking for lifelong health you can rely on, then this is your chance.

Most of the dairy and agricultural foods have ruined the health of people, and this is why the issues like an immune deficiency come into play. When it comes to achieving lifelong health, you need to have a clear idea about which food items to go for, and which ones to avoid. As far as Paleo diet is concerned, you need to revert to the old days and look to eat foods you can relate to that era. In that regard, meat, fish and natural oils are considered ideal.

Many people complain about not being able to lose weight despite eating less and sometimes starving as well. In case of the Paleo diet, which is the healthiest way of eating, you can eat up to your full appetite and can still attain weight loss goals. This is what healthy eating does to you. It is not just about meat and fish, rather hundreds of Paleo recipes are there which you can make with the Paleo foods.

With so many yummy food items there for the taking, you can certainly develop your taste for Paleo foods. It would take you a week or so to get fully accustomed to the Paleo diet, which can help you remain healthy and upbeat all the time. Planning and determination are of the essence. If you really want to live a healthy lifestyle, then there cannot be a better choice other than the Paleo diet.

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MR. UNIVERSE

(Continued from page 22)

France’s sensational Jacques Neuville, winner of the recent World Games. In third, same place he occupied last year, was Finland’s Blond Bomber, Keijo Reiman.

In the heavyweight competition, Lance Dreher of the United States dominated the formidable Norwegian, Gunnar Rosbo, by his better propor­tion and superior muscularity. Still, Rosbo — with 21′/2-inch arms — was a memorable competitor. The gigan­tic (6’5″, 260 lb.) Czech, Josef Vesely, was third.

Next month Muscle & Fitness will have superb color coverage of this event, along with Bill Reynolds’ behind-the-scenes report. Don’t miss this issue! □

AFWB

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Doris, Susan and Kim agreed that their first task should be to improve the quality of judging at women’s con­tests.

“Prior to the formation of the AFWB there was absolutely no judging format for amateur contests. The girls came out, the light went on and whatever you did was acceptable,” said Susan.

They decided the first step would be to establish a set of rules (including a list of compulsory poses) for women’s amateur competition. This effort would be followed by a series of judging clin­ics where judges could be trained on how to consistently evaluate con­testants.

In March of this year the AFWB es­tablished a set of judging standards for women’s amateur contests.

“Now if women enter an AFWB-sanctioned competition they know ex­actly what the criteria will be,” said Kim, the AFWB Treasurer/Sanction Secretary. She said that the organiza­tion is growing so quickly that soon the membership list will be computerized so she can keep better track of the membership and contest results.

As well, Sheila Herman, head of the AFWB Judges Committee, will main­tain a record of how consistently each individual judge performs and how of­ten each person has an opportunity to judge a competition.

To further ensure that women’s amateur bodybuilding is well-organized and fairly judged, the AFWB will soon require that all contest pro­moters obtain sanctions prior to a con­test. Until now these sanctions have been optional, but after January 1, 1982 they will be compulsory. In the past promoters received their sanctions from the National Physique Com­mittee, the men’s amateur governing body. However, now that the AFWB exists, this will no longer be the case. Competitors who compete in non-sanctioned events will risk being re­stricted from further AFWB or IFBB competitions.

The AFWB also plans to establish rules regarding age restrictions, con­test qualifying standards and drug testing. As Doris points out, without these kinds of standards the sport will not gain respect and credibility.

In the future Muscle & Fitness, now the official AFWB magazine, will pub­lish a monthly list of AFWB-sanc-tioned contests. And the regular Com­ing Events section of Muscle & Fit­ness will be expanded to include more AFWB news. SPA will continue to pub­lish SPA News, a fast-growing news­letter devoted entirely to women body­builders.

Recently the AFWB affiliated with the men’s National Physique Com­mittee. They joined together to work towards their common goal: to make bodybuilding one of the Olympic sports.

“Without this union we could never hope to achieve our dream of becom­ing part of the Olympic Games. Now we can work together as men and women in one unified sport. We can support each other, and learn from each other. Affiliating with the men’s amateur group was really a positive step for the sport,” said Susan Fry.

At present the AFWB members are working on the development of an offi­cial constitution. This important docu­ment should be completed by the end of 1981.

Of course, each of these AFWB projects take time and energy on the part of the group’s volunteers. And, like so many volunteer organizations, the AFWB is always looking for indi­viduals who believe in its goals and who are willing to help out. Finding this kind of assistance has become even more critical as the sport continues to grow by leaps and bounds.

Anyone who is interested in getting involved with the AFWB is welcome to contact the organization through Doris Barrilleaux, Kim Cassidy or Susan Fry. If you would like to help with the pro­motion of women’s amateur body­building, or if you are interested in be­coming a judge or representative, you can reach them by writing to one of the following addresses:

Doris Barrilleaux, AFWB Headquarters, P.O. Box 937, Riverview, FL 33569

(JOE GOLD)

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had been made out of pipe joints, and said, “You know, this equipment could fall apart at the wrong time. I’ll teach you how to make something a bit more solid.”

And just like that, Joe fell upon a new career as a welder.

The gym lasted a little more than 16 months. A series of managers had handled business in one unprofitable way or another while Joe and his friend shipped out on banana boats.

“We’d found out that running a gym is about the most boring job you’d ever want to get caught up in,” Joe ex­plained. “So we’d go to sea and re­turn to New Orleans every two weeks or so.”

Finally, the gym proved too expen­sive for Joe and his friend. They closed down and became full-time seamen. Joe continued to dream of running a successful gym, only now he knew California would be the place next time. In the sun, where being well-built meant something. In New Or­leans a man could disguise his skinny frame with the appropriate clothes. The shape of his body was something strictly between him and his reflection


— and the dark, maybe.

By 1964 Joe had returned to his va­cationing ways; part seaman, part bon vivant. He was then a member of the Muscle Beach Weightlifting Club, con­verted from what was once the base­ment of a Vic Tanny establishment, in Santa Monica, Calif.

It was clear to Joe that sooner or later he and his colleagues would be turned out of the “dungeon.” For $7000 he had bought a lot in nearby Venice that would be the ideal place to build a gym. He offered to sell the lot to his gym friends for $9000. If they bought it, he would be prepared to set up a gym there. No way. Bodybuild­ers have never been particularly good businessmen. The Schwarzeneggers were a long way off. The way Joe had the deal figured, if the club’s 100 members agreed to throw in $150 each, there’d be enough money for a decent gym. Oh, those were the days. But his proposition fell on deaf ears. Undaunted, Joe went ahead and built his gym on Pacific Avenue anyway. By now he was a cool hand at welding, so he made his own Leg Press ma­chines, his own benches, his own lat machines. He’d buy a heap of scrap metal and then convert it into shiny equipment.

He opened the first Gold’s Gym in

1965. (The earlier place, the one in New Orleans that had failed, had been named Ajax.)

Joe is quick to give credit to Joe Weider’s Muscle & Fitness as well as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu for the almost immediate success of his first California gym. He had built the first “musclehead gym” in the area, maybe in the world. There was no room for people who merely wanted to shake their fat while strap­ped to a vibrator machine. But without the magazine and the two stars, he says, the whole idea might well have gone the way of Ajax.

Arnold and Franco arrived in 1967 and fell in love with the Gold’s atmo­sphere. They couldn’t speak highly enough about the equipment they found at the gym. They struck up a friendship with Joe and before long were requisitioning more bits and pieces from the proprietor. Joe built supports on benches, he created additions for the lat machine and gen­erally made the bodybuilder’s lot an easier one. He built special racks, so that everything was at hand; you didn’t have to be running around setting up dumbbells and so on, as was the prac­tice in every other gym.

Whereas other gyms attached a (Continued on page 111)

 

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