New research suggests that walking at least six miles per week may protect brain size and in turn, preserve memory in old age, according to a study published in the October 13, 2010, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. . . . → Read More: Walk Much? It may protect your memory down the road
Although many peoples’ daily lives are incredibly busy, making time to exercise and squeeze physical activity into your life, is essential to a healthy lifestyle. It’s easier than you think!
Here are some easy tips to incorporate fitness into your busy lifestyle:
Take the stairs When entering or leaving somewhere and your choice is the . . . → Read More: Fitness on the Go- Fit Fitness into daily activities
Over the last couple of decades, group exercise classes have come a long way since leg warmers and brightly colored spandex. It is no longer necessary to follow a complicated aerobic step routine in order to get a good workout. There are a variety of class options out there, in different class sizes, for all . . . → Read More: Benefits of Small Group Classes
We all know the old tale. When you’re in a relationship, weight gain is common. Most couples get comfortable and in a routine, which can help the pounds creep on. But, do singles really have an easier time keeping weight off? Not if you’re out consuming high-calorie drinks you’re not. So for this upcoming Valentine’s . . . → Read More: Gain Love- Not Weight- this Valentine’s Day
Sitting behind a desk, staring at a computer screen for 8-10 hours each day can be extremely taxing on your body. People in these types of “desk jobs” in particular, tend to have postural problems and muscular weaknesses. These peolple also suffer from lower back pain which can be due to tight hip flexors.
Pilates can be a . . . → Read More: Pilates for “Desk-Sitters”