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by Callum on May 5th 2013

Are you feeling worn out all day long? Is it difficult for you to complete tasks your peers seem to have no problems with? Are you fighting the battle of the bulge? The solution is to include some basic weight training into your routine. Find out how here. Be sure...

by Callum on Apr 23rd 2013

Sticking to a good exercise program can have profound effects on a person’s health. Fitness is such a broad topic. Because of this, it can be difficult to know how to begin. These tips will be a great starting point for you. When you are using a bench, test...

by Callum on Apr 20th 2013

Lifting weights, if done properly, is a fun way to increase your health and fitness levels. You’ll enjoy the workout, the results and all of the benefits that come with building muscle. Step number one is to know what you need to exercise the way that works...

by Callum on Apr 18th 2013

These tips can help you gain knowledge about fitness so that you can practice it correctly. It’s crucial that you learn about fitness prior to exercising so that you can avoid injuries or doing something improperly due to not knowing beforehand. Learn as...

by Kieran on Feb 20th 2013

Kettlebells, which are weights with handles that look similar to those on kettles are utilized by a high number of individuals who yearn to become stronger, more fit and lose some weight. They’ve been put to use in loads of different cultures throughout the...

by David Haas on Jun 20th 2012

In recent years, modern medical researchers have found many new and exciting benefits of exercise. One area of research has focused on the advantages of exercise for cancer patients. Studies have shown that engaging in regular exercise can assist with recovery from cancer by boosting the immune system, improving mood and increasing...

by Kieran on Mar 29th 2011

If you want to increase your chances of losing weight, reduce your stress level and get adequate sleep. A new Kaiser Permanente study found that people trying to lose at least 10 pounds were more likely to reach that goal if they had lower stress levels and slept...

by Kieran on Feb 7th 2011

The Benefits Of Outdoor Exercise Confirmed By Review A systematic review carried out by a team at the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry has analysed existing studies and concluded that there are benefits to mental and physical well-being from taking exercise...

by Kieran on Feb 4th 2011

In light of new dietary guidelines that call for Americans to increase their physical activity while decreasing their caloric intake to help manage their weight, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) is urging individuals of all ages and abilities, particularly...

by Kieran on Feb 1st 2011

Are some children genetically tuned to be overweight, or is lifestyle to blame for childhood obesity? Check-ups of 1,003 Michigan 6th graders in a school-based health program showed children who are obese were more likely to consume school lunch instead of a packed...