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Exercising After Age 50
The role of exercise becomes more important as you age. Here are some healthy facts & tips to get you started and keep you exercising, no matter what your age.
Tai Chi a Gentle Exercise for Everyone
If you are looking for an exercise that is physically gentle and will help you become mentally centered then you might want to consider Tai Chi; a gentle exercise for everyone. It is especially beneficial to the overweight and arthritic.
Easy Exercises to Improve Your Balance
More falls happen to people who are 40+. Statistics show that as we age we are likely to take a fall. Performing these balancing exercises can help you decrease your risk of falling.
Fitness Made Simple-A Review
This is a review of the book Fitness Made Simple, by fitness expert, John Basedow. This book is a plan for a lifetime of fitness based on diet, exercise, and supplements.
Ballet Exercises for Great Legs
Practice these exercises developed from moves used in ballet barre classes for toned shapely legs. Done regularly you will increase your flexibility and strength.
Losing Belly Fat with Exercise
So you want to get rid of muffin top fast and lose unsightly belly fat. This article will explain how to lose belly fat with exercise.
Maintain Your Exercise Momentum
Are you losing your exercise momentum? Well don't worry; it happens to all of us, new and experienced. These tips should help you get motivated whether you are new to exercise or an old-timer.
Stability Ball Exercises Sculpt Abs Fast
A stability ball is an excellent piece of exercise equipment to own and it can be used for a great variety of exercises. Learn how to improve your posture, develop strength and stability, and burn calories. These exercises will show you how to have sculpted toned abs fast.
Counting Steps for Exercise
How many of you have tried counting steps for exercise? The basic idea is to count your steps, using a pedometer, and reaching a daily goal of 10,000 steps which is suggested to equal 5 miles. The American Heart Association uses this activity as a guideline to improve your health and longevity.
Body for Life for Women Training Program
This article is an outline of what to expect to find in the Body for Life for Women Training Program, by Dr. Pamela Peeke. This book is embraced whole-heartedly by millions of women looking for a fitness program they can identify with.
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