Exercise

Fit At Any Age: Low-Impact Exercises For Seniors

It's important to stay active and fit at any age. For seniors, low-impact exercises like water aerobics and even walking can provide benefits.

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Bulk Up To Fuel Up: Best Foods To Eat Before And After Exercise

Protein, carbs, and adequate hydration help fuel your workout, repair your muscles post workout, and keeps the body in great shape.

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Struggling To Work Out? Music May Be The Answer

Research from recent studies shows that music can help prolong high intensity exercise and help keep people motivated as they work out.

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Sports Drinks vs. Water: Which Is Better?

Sports drinks may be helpful for professional athletes because of the electrolytes and other benefits but for most people water is best.

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On a Diet? Exercise May Prevent Overeating

Researchers found that participants in a weight-loss program who exercised regularly had a lower risk of consuming an excessive amount of calories.

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Human Brain Found To Function Differently During High- And Low-Intensity Exercise

A new study has found that high- and low-intensity training exercises influence the human brain differently. What are the results?

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Wearable Air Conditioning? New Material Promises To Cool You Down

A team of researchers have developed a new flexible material designed to moderate body temperature that's being called a wearable air conditioning system.

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Wearables and Exercise: New Apps and Gadgets to Help You Get Fit

There are many new technological gadgets and applications out there to help you attain your fitness goals.

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Aerobic Exercise May Help Combat Dementia

A new study published in Brain Plasticity shows that aerobic exercise may increase brain function in people who are at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.

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150 Minutes of Exercise a Week Can Alleviate Anxiety and Depression

Researchers have discovered that moderate exercise for 150 minutes a week can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

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When to Replace Your Sneakers: Why You Can’t Wear the Same Pair of Running Shoes Forever

You may not want to get rid of your running shoes but if you've worn them for more than 400 miles or are experiencing pain, it's time.

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside: Tips and Tricks to Run in the Cold

Running in cold weather can be daunting but if you follow these tips about what to wear, how to prepare, and what to bring with you, you can do it safely.

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Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise is very important for your overall physical health but it can do wonders for your mental health as well.

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Off and Running: Top Tech for 2020 Runners

2020 has brought a lot of technological advances and some of them can help runners who want to exercise more effectively and safely.

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