10 Tips to Consider Before Exercising So That You Can Avoid Injuries

Exercise is a great way to improve and maintain your health. Before engaging in an exercise regime, it is wise to check with your doctor if you have had any past injuries. Old injuries may become irritated by an increase (or the start of) physical activity and structured exercise. Likewise, if you have a chronic health condition a doctor will know whether to impose limitations and provide guidelines so that you can safely start or...

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The Most Efficient Gym Routine. Get More Out of Your Gym Pass

Sweating it out in the gym? Studies have shown that most gym-goers spend over 40 minutes working out in the gym and 20% of those people spend over 90 minutes. What could you do with 90 minutes if someone gave you that free time? I’d get some washing done, perhaps catch up on some broad church, maybe even meal-prep some dinners. 90 minutes is a lot of time and to work out for that long? Well, I’m going to tell you that...

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5 Exercises Myths In Seniors Which Prevents Them From Staying Fit

There could be many reasons why seniors slow down and become sedentary with age; however, if the reason is due to some half-baked notion about exercise not being good for the aging body – then this couldn’t be further from the truth. An active lifestyle is absolutely essential, especially as people grow older. Therefore, the following five reasons should not prevent older adults from staying fit, because they are what they...

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Physical Education or Physical Exercise? Are Our Children Learning?

When it comes to physical education, as a parent myself, I’m interested in what our children are being taught in school. Staying physically and mentally healthy should be treated as a priority, but in general, it’s not. This article will delve into the depths of where not many dare to go, or simply aren’t. I’m going to provide facts and links to studies as to why physical education is important, what the...

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Ageless Workouts: Best Activities for Lifelong Fitness

Only a few decades ago, people were considered old when they reached 40 years of age. As health and fitness have become more important and focused on, people are still considered young when they reach 70 or even 80 years old. To reap the benefits of youth and health, it’s important to find physical activities that can punch a ticket to lifelong fitness. If you’re eager to look, feel, and act young throughout your life,...

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How to Boost Your Testosterone Levels to Build Bigger Muscles?

Testosterone is an essential part of a man. It is responsible for producing several of the characteristics that are known to make a man – such as body hair, their genitals and, of course, their ability to have sexual intercourse. According to WebMD, testosterone is also responsible for lean muscle mass in the body of a man. Health Line reports that a low level of testosterone in the body can cause a decrease in muscle mass, as well as...

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