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Four Elements of Fitness and Aging
Here are four important elements of fitness and aging: Balance, Healthy Bones, Healthy Joints, and Flexibility. You are never too young or old to start exercising, or to try something new.
Exercise Keeps Bones Healthy
Exercise can keep your bones healthy and it is important to practice good exercise habits that promote bone growth throughout your life. ďAbout 9 million Americans have osteoporosis and an estimated 48 million have low bone density." Read about the three major areas for healthy bones.
Beginners Running Program
Running is good exercise for anyone, regardless of age, sex, or fitness level. Starting to run from scratch can be difficult, itís hard work and you may feel like giving up too soon. Here is a beginning running workout to get you started on the right foot and keep you going.
Stand Up and Develop Awesome Abs
To develop the awesome abs you want try standing up. You will work your entire core, which includes your abs, back, hips, pelvis and more.
Assess Your Current Fitness Level
Sometimes you need to take a good look at your exercise routine to determine how well it is working. In order to do that you need to assess your current fitness level. Use these easy tests and tips to assess and upgrade your workouts.
Exercise Plans for the New Year
Itís a new year and many of you are setting your resolutions. Frequently these resolutions include exercise. The beginning of a new year is the perfect time for a fresh start. Here are some things to consider if your resolutions include a new beginning with exercise.
Holiday Exercise Tips
During the holidays are you concerned about gaining weight and maintaining your exercise routine? Good health makes our lives better, but preoccupation with exercise and dieting can spoil the holidays. Here are some tips on enjoying the holidays and still get the exercise you need.
Exercise Helps Ease Seasonal Affective Disorder
December is National Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Awareness Month. Experiencing SAD is frustrating and it is hard to be motivated to exercise. However, studies show that exercise is one way to help you endure the symptoms of SAD. Here are some ideas that may help you.
Bodyweight Exercises Provide Great Workouts
Bodyweight exercise is done without props or machinery; instead you use the weight of your own body to build strength and resistance, providing a great total body workout. Here is how to make these exercises work for you.
Ease Back after an Exercise Break
Are you ready to begin exercising again after a break? No matter how much you want to jump right back in there you will be glad if you ease back slowly. Here are some tips to help you get started, slow and safe.
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