There are four different types of exercise, each one serving a particular purpose. We all know that exercise has many health benefits and is important for bone and muscle strength, . . .
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 1 in 7 (30 million) . . .
Who says that you can’t be fit and fine at 60? Who dares to claim that you can’t live to a healthy 100 years old or more? Fitness is the key to good health and a long and glorious life into the golden years. Don’t let your age in . . .
Regular exercise has a lot of health benefits. It boosts energy, improves mood, and reduces the risk of chronic diseases. Exercises can be classified into two categories: high impact . . .
It may not always be possible or desirable to go to the gym every day. There may not be anywhere near home or work for you to work out, or you may not like being around others when you do your fitness routine. Or you’re always so busy, that going . . .
What is aerobic exercise? Aerobic exercise is any activity which gets blood pumping and muscle groups working. Also known as cardiovascular exercise, some examples of this form of exercise include brisk walking, running, cycling, and swimming. Here, . . .
The negative effects of a sedentary lifestyle are numerous, and different individuals can experience some or all of these effects. What is meant by a sedentary lifestyle? A sedentary lifestyle is one where the individual is not taking part in an adequate . . .
All of us wants to be fit. When you look good, you feel good. Your confidence will get a boost and most important of all, you’ll get all the health benefits that go along with being fit. It’s easy to say that you want to exercise and be physically . . .