Category Archives: Exercise

Achy joints have a way of slowing people down and for some, provide an excuse to not exercise. However, inactivity can actually be worse for aging (er, achy) joints as movement of any type is better than no movement.  Joints contain fluid and movement actually helps to lubricate the joints, making them function more smoothly and helping to counter joint stiffness.  In addition, resistance training will help build muscle, which in turns helps with movement of the joints. Here are some guidelines to follow to.
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Your workout routine is going great and you are feeling good about yourself and the results of your hard work. But then you find yourself under the weather. We have all been there. Is this an excuse to get out of your workout? Do you need to sit out, maybe disrupting the routine you have worked out to establish? The answer depends on the illness. As a rule of thumb, most medical professionals will advise continuing your workout routine (albeit at a lower intensity) if the.
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The way that one approaches exercise while on the keto diet has a lot to do with their current fitness level. However, there is no getting around the fact that being on the keto diet means that you will be eating a small amount of carbs. While eating a more balanced diet that contains protein, fat, and carbs is the best way to maintain your weight, you will have to eliminate calories in order to see a deficit. Eliminating fat is a good way to.
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Even a busy job may not provide enough exercise to meet current activity recommendations for the prevention of cardiovascular disease, according to a study reported at the EuroPRevent congress in Lisbon.

Dr Eleanor McIntyre from the Galway University Hospital in Ireland said that the workplace -- where most adults spend around 60% of their waking hours -- "represents a significant domain where short bouts of physical activity can be accrued and counted towards the recommended guidelines" for CVD prevention. However, results from this small.
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A strong, toned lower half not only turns heads, but it also boosts your performance in nearly every activity, from running errands to running marathons. This four-move plyometrics workout for your legs and butt is designed to be done anywhere and doesn’t require any equipment. But wait. What’s plyometrics again? Plyometrics is a style of exercise based on the idea that explosive movements performed in short intervals of time can add up to big gains in terms of speed and.
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