Exercise

Exercise can improve your mood, stamina and overall health. Here’s how to get started and what kind of exercises you should do to prevent major health disorders.

11 Best Exercises for Spinal Stenosis and Exercises to Avoid
Credit: iStock/Wavebreakmedia Spinal stenosis is a devastating health condition that leaves the patient vulnerable to extreme pain on a daily basis. As the spinal canal narrows, the added pressure on the central nervous system causes shooting pain to... Read More
Resistance Training: The Secret to Reverse Age-Related Memory Loss?
When I look around my gym, I see all types of people. There are teenagers trying to put some muscle on their skinny frames, right up to senior citizens working on strength and mobility with resistance training exercises. But for the most part, what I... Read More
Hot-Weather Workout Tips: 2 Strategies for Exercising in the Heat
With summer temperatures spiking throughout America, the heat can be a real deterrent to outdoor exercise. Exertion is tough, not to mention risky, in hot temperatures. Nausea, heat stroke, and general discomfort are all risks when you head outside f... Read More
Workout Motivation Tricks to Get Yourself to the Gym
With each passing minute, it’s getting closer to the time I’m supposed to head to the gym. But I’m feeling a little tired. Not only that, but I was invited to a little get-together. And did I mention the game will be on? The excuses we make up ... Read More
Exercise: The Caffeine-Free Way to Boost Energy in the Afternoon
When it’s around two o’clock in the afternoon, and you didn’t get a great sleep the night before, what do you do? I’m guessing you might choose to grab a cup of coffee! I don’t blame you. After all, we all do it from time to time. Caffeine ... Read More
How Progressive Weight Training Could Fight Aging
Have you been feeling a little weaker as you’ve gotten older? Or have you noticed that your physique might not be what it used to be? If you have, don’t worry; you’re definitely not alone. And although you’re probably reluctantly chalking it ... Read More
Your Activity Tracker May Be Putting Your Heart Health at Risk
In 2014, it was estimated that about 20% of American adults wore an activity tracker like a “Fitbit.” And it wouldn’t surprise me if that number has jumped substantially in the last three years. But is it really helping you? Well, it might surp... Read More
Marathon Running Health Risk Update: Kidney Injury
Marathon runners pride themselves on their endurance and impressive cardio rate, but this seemingly healthy activity could pose a threat to their organ health. But why is this marathon running health risk important to our readers, you might ask? Beca... Read More
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