An article from the New York Times highlights how exercise proves to successfully support memory and thinking—particularly in older adults. Several studies have shown that regular physical activity helps slow the usual loss of brain volume, which may help to prevent age-related memory loss and possibly lower the risk of dementia.
Low-impact exercises will help you achieve a cardio or strength training workout that alleviates stress and pressure on your joints. Plus, these exercises are ideal for supporting expectant mothers, chronic medical issues, those new to exercise, injuries and more.
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It would be impossible to narrow down a perfect time that everyone should exercise. However, your perfect time of day to get your most effective workout should be the […]
Walking has several benefits for your health including preventing heart disease. Walking also addresses a lot of risk factors: Improves good cholesterol (HDL) Lowers blood pressure (it is recommended to […]
Long hours, demanding clients and deadlines can distract you from your health and fitness goals during work hours. Here are three tips you can use at work to keep your […]
Try this tasty green protein smoothie from MyFitnessPal Ingredients 2 cups (60g) baby spinach, lightly packed 1 cup (240ml) water 1 1/2 (225g) cups pineapple chunks, frozen 1/2 small banana, […]
Ranked as the #1 diet in the country in 2018, try implementing the fresh and delicious foods from countries around the Mediterranean to your diet. Here is the order of […]
These six tips may change the way you think about your fat-burning strategy: Strength training- Resistance helps build muscle and cut fat by increasing calories burned at rest. More […]
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