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  • Prescribing “the best medicine”

    Prescribing “the best medicine”

    Are you exercising enough to prevent heart disease? It can help you lose weight; decrease your blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar; and reduce your stress. But wait, there’s more: it also lowers your odds of a heart attack or other cardiovascular event and may even extend your life. This wonder drug isn’t a drug […]

  • Medicare now covers exercise training for blocked leg arteries

    Medicare now covers exercise training for blocked leg arteries

    Research we’re watching About 8.5 million Americans have peripheral artery disease, or PAD, in which fatty plaque clogs arteries outside of the heart, most commonly in the legs. The hallmark symptom is calf or thigh pain while walking that goes away when you rest. The safest, most effective treatment for PAD is supervised exercise training, […]

  • A Guide To Hatha Yoga For Beginners

    A Guide To Hatha Yoga For Beginners

    Have you been skipping on your fitness classes for long or wanting to join the latest bandwagon of fitness from your old routine? For all scenarios, the answer is yoga! However, it is an overwhelming community and you may land up feeling like Alice in Wonderland over various types of yoga! Selecting it can be […]

  • How To Increase Height After 25

    How To Increase Height After 25

    Yep! In this day and age, and thanks to the exploration and discovery of science, we can gain height even after twenty five years of age. Well! People who don’t grow tall, often are too touchy and sensitive about their height, and are depressed about it. Some blame their ancestors, parents or their genes for […]

  • An Easy Way to Work Out With A Busy Schedule

    An Easy Way to Work Out With A Busy Schedule

    Fitting in workouts is likely to be tough. That’s why a new study from McMaster University in Canada is such good news: Researchers found that exercise bursts as brief as 20 seconds—like sprinting up a few flight of stairs—can have major heart health benefits. Stair climbing can be done pretty much any time and anywhere, […]

  • When to Get Back to Running After a Cold

    When to Get Back to Running After a Cold

    Forum user rday1959 asks:  My question is in regards to when to get back to running after a cold. I know about the above-the-neck-rule. I have had colds that lingered for a few weeks and it really didn’t hold me back from running. But recently I got one of those really bad stuffy noses that […]

  • Kegel Exercises Are Good For Both Men And Women

    Kegel Exercises Are Good For Both Men And Women

    In fact, most exercises are considered gender neutral. Except for kegels exercises for men pictures, those exercises that strengthen pelvic floor muscles. They have long been tagged as “just for women,” but older men may be wise to reconsider as they can help with some common unpleasantries that can come with age. “Men can also […]

  • 4 Easy Home Remedies to Help Get Rid of Cellulite on Thighs & Arms

    4 Easy Home Remedies to Help Get Rid of Cellulite on Thighs & Arms

    Did you ever look down at your thighs and wonder what those dimply crater like looking things are under your skin? Or perhaps you caught yourself in a mini skirt and didn’t recognise your legs that in your early twenties were dimple free?! Cellulite can creep up on you and the first thing you need […]

  • Increase Lung Capacity With 5 Effective Yoga Exercises

    Increase Lung Capacity With 5 Effective Yoga Exercises

    How does yoga help in increasing lung capacity? Ya, nowadays more and more people are pay great attentions to keep a healthy body as the live are easier and they more tend to a good quality life. Well, Yoga is an exercise well recognized for its effectiveness in strengthening the flexibility of our muscles. But […]

  • 1-Minute Breathing Exercise is Good to Relieve Stress From Your Busy Life

    1-Minute Breathing Exercise is Good to Relieve Stress From Your Busy Life

    Yes, Our breathing becomes short, shallow, and done through the chest as we go through our busy days in most of time. Even worse, during especially stressful times, we have a tendency to hold our breath. These kinds of breathing habits aren’t good for the human body. One simple way to reduce your stress and […]

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