Increasing physical activity has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease by 11 percent among adults 60 years and older because working out stimulates the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Strength/resistance training can positively alter your metabolism; it improves cardiorespiratory fitness and resting metabolic rate (RMR).
Researchers from Brigham Young University and Harvard Medical School found that people who wear minimalist shoes achieve the same results as those who engage in foot-strengthening exercises.
Wintertime with family or friends is synonymous with traditions and home-cooked meals. We hope the following four strategies will help you partake in this delicious holiday season sans the upset stomach.
Scholars have found a strong correlation between brainpower and early-morning exercise.
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A New Take on How Aerobic Exercise Lowers Blood Pressure We’ve all heard that exercise lowers blood pressure. However, few and far between talk about what type of exercise is the most effective to combat hypertension. If you deal with high blood pressure, focus on aerobic activities because they help your blood vessels and heart. […]
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