Remember that time your exercise class had awesome music and fun gear — and left you feeling like you had a thorough workout? Keeping this memory in mind could be the key to motivating you to exercise, a small new study suggests. Researchers from the University of New Hampshire found that when study participants were asked to think…
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health found that people who exercise three or more times a week have a 58 percent decreased odds of becoming visually impaired, compared with sedentary people, after adjusting for age
With office workers sitting on the average of six hours a day, it’s no wonder that back pain is the most common cause of disability. Simple strengthening and stretching exercises can help reduce back pain occurrences and prevent future incidents.
Lots has happened over the last 12 months and
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Movement in general is great for your heart: It gets the blood flowing, expanding the veins and arteries in your circulatory system, bringing wave after wave of fresh oxygen into your brain.
With all of the recent and much-deserved hype over high-intensity interval training (HIIT), a true and loyal friend has been left behind: good, old-fashioned steady-state training. Gone are the days of 30-minute jogs, in favor of jump squats and 30-second sprints.
Have you ever sat on the couch convincing yourself to get up and go to the gym. It can go on for hours on end, and then by the time you’re almost motivated enough, you’ve probably frittered away enough time that you’ve got things to do. Then the guilt sets in. Then the cycle continues. But clicking on this article already means that you’re willing to work out! You can do it.
The scientific evidence is now clear. If you want to keep your mind sharp as you age, you need to keep physically active.
One of the most profound actions you can take to ensure continued success is to set up your surroundings and schedule to align with your goals.
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