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Exercise and Fitness
If you want to keep your cholesterol, blood pressure and chances of developing diabetes lower, consider starting a walking program.
You can do exercises for a flatter and stronger belly anywhere. One move that be done just standing in the grocery store line could give you results in just one week.
Despite the recommendation for getting at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day, sixty percent of American adults still do not exercise on a daily basis.
Not uncommonly, many of us vow to get in shaped for the New Year. However, we soon get caught up in work, family activities, and other activities that supersede our fitness plan.
Start your New Year weight loss resolution with the most efficient type of exercise for burning fat in the least amount of time and effort for overweight adults, says a recent University study.
If you’re discouraged about weight loss, don’t give up your exercise program just yet.
We probably won't see cheerleaders in helmets, but according to new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), other safety guidelines are needed to help prevent serious and eve
With more than a third of Americans classified as obese, everyone from first lady Michelle Obama to TV news anchor Katie Couric is advocating exercise to maintain a healthy weight.
According to a new study, physical fitness in middle age significantly reduces the risk of developing chronic diseases in later life.
Whether walking due to lack of an automobile or change for a bus, solitude or convenience, or an affirmation of the rare inner discovery that like a heart that beats only because it can, many of us
Exercise training is a great way to lose weight, build muscle and improve cardiac health.
In a poster presentation at the Heart Failure Congress 2012 in Belgrade, Serbia, researchers report that they have found that using Nordic poles during a walk is a safe and healthy way for heart fa
National Bike Month in May is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of riding bicycles.
Building muscle through weight training to increase strength and bulk up the body are the primary goals of serious body builders and health conscious individuals seeking to lose weight and get fit. According to researchers, one misconception both types of individuals hold onto is that building muscle means pressing, lifting, pushing and pulling the heaviest weights a person can handle during exercise.