Previous research has found that a sedentary lifestyle is linked to poorer health and premature death, but a new study suggests that walking just two minutes every hour a day can offset the risk of death linked to prolonged sitting.
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Exercise and Fitness
What comes to mind when you hear “benefits of exercise?” Most of us think something along the lines of; weight loss, lose the muffin top, tighten the glutes. Others may be aware of the general health benefits; decrease blood pressure, improve joint mobility, decrease resting heart rate. However, did you realize that you could also improve your mental alertness, body awareness and focus through a quality exercise program?
This gadget is called GoBe fitness band. If it works, it will be a much desired device for those people who try to lose weight or watch their weight with diet or exercise.
The new year encourages many people to create their list of resolutions, and fitness tends to be at the top. However, starting a new sport or exercise routine can lead to foot injuries if the proper precautions are not taken. There are several easy tips you can follow to prevent injuries, but you should not hesitate to seek help from a podiatrist for serious problems.
Is your butt bigger than you like? Do you find that no matter how much you diet that your butt remains the biggest part of your body while the rest of you gets smaller? If so, then here is some help with a glute-focused exercise that can make your butt at least looker smaller and put a smile on your face.
Are you tired of running or jogging for weight loss because of the punishment such jarring exercise takes on your knees, hips and ankles? The good news - according to the August issue of Oxygen magazine - is that a NASA study shows that one new popular type of weight loss exercise is more efficient than running. And better yet, it’s fun and places significantly less stress on your joints.
Engaging in physical exercise can assist healthy aging adults to improve their memory, brain health and physical fitness, found a new study by the researchers at the. Center for Brain Health at The University of Texas at Dallas, which has been published online in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience.