Fitness Matters

There is no longer any question that exercise is good for both mental and physical health. For some unknown reason, the numerous benefits of exercise are often neglected in older adults. Exercise is important for people of all ages and more so for older adults- its benefits are far more durable than any prescription medication or diet.  There is ample evidence indicating that any type of exercise that older adults do is better for preventive health than pharmaceuticals. However, it is important to be thoughtful when.
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Learn the truth about cellulite treatments! If you are a woman over 18 years old, then you have likely experienced some form of cellulite. Contrary to popular belief, being overweight is NOT requirement for developing cellulite. In fact, over 90% of women get cellulite at some point after the adolescent years and just like many other unwanted imperfections, its removal has sparked a multi-million dollar industry. Lotions, creams, massages and costly treatments promise to get rid of it, but are the promises accurate? Read on to.
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You’ve probably seen the lady hanging over the bars on the elliptical, or the guy who barely bends his arms while doing chest presses. Hopefully you know by now that when you do a squat, your knees should not extend beyond your toes.  Seem a bit nit-picky? Maybe, but proper form is important while exercising.  Not only does it ensure you are getting the benefit of the exercise, but proper form also helps prevent injury. How do you know what proper form is for your selected.
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Most people put in a lot of physical effort throughout spring and summer to keep their bodies fit and trim. Come Fall, many people put their sports gear away, wait for the holiday season and then put on weight. Then they struggle to get rid of their waistline for summer again. Just because it is Fall does not mean one cannot exercise. Fall is the perfect time to exercise- the weather is nice, the air is crisp and cool and the scenery is gorgeous. In.
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The holiday season is just round the corner and for many people it is time to celebrate with family and friends. Unfortunately this is also the time of the year when people over eat and gain weight. On average, this holiday binge eating leads to an extra gain of 1-3 pounds each year and while it may not seem much, over a lifetime it can easily add up to 20+ pounds!  Eating during the holidays does not have to lead to an enlarged waistline; this.
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