Some people get plenty of exercise just doing what they need to do. But the majority of people these days are apt to lead rather sedentary lives. Learning how to take advantage of moving naturally could make all the difference.
Whether you’re 20 or 90, it’s important to be physically active. We’ve got all kinds of tips to get you started and keep you motivated.
Find yourself forgetting more lately? Maybe what you need is a little exercise. Research shows that going for a brisk walk may help improve memory.
Looking for a fitness move that doesn’t require a lot of hard work or time? Here’s a quick one that just might do the trick.
Your hip flexors help you walk, run, dance, do all kinds of important things. If you sit a lot, you’re not doing them any favors. Here are some simple exercises to give them a good stretch.
It’s not normal for your legs to hurt. If you’ve just started a new exercise routine they may be sore for a few days. But if your legs hurt even if you just go for a walk, it could be a sign that you have a vein problem.
Sore after you exercise? A little light activity may help you recover. Learn the difference between good and bad sore and what it means to recover.
Did you know that when your back hurts, it’s trying to tell you something? Learn to understand the language of your spine and maybe your days of dealing with back pain will come to an end
Feeling low? I think we all do from time to time. Research shows that exercise may help — whether you’re doing aerobic or resistance training.
If you think being over 65 gives you license to slow down, think again. Staying active keeps you young, happy and healthy. If you don’t believe me, read what these people say about regular exercise.