Exercise and chronic disease can seem incompatible, but it is possible, with the right approach. This article explains why it's good and how to readjust your plan.
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As growing research points to metabolic syndrome as a risk for some chronic diseases and early death, experts are calling for a new medical subspecialty: cardiometabolic medicine. This would combine all the relevant areas of medicine into one practice that together make up metabolic syndrome. Metabolic Syndrome is the term used for a group of … Continue reading Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors
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Studies show women with an apple shape are at risk for disease, even with normal BMI.
A brief overview of techniques involving the breath, body, and mindfulness.
We all need a bit of support (or a lot) now and then. Many people know from experience, but research also shows that having a workout partner helps you maintain exercise and reach your goals. Find the Right Workout Partner Photo by bruce mars on Pexels.com Choose your workout partner wisely. Find someone who shares … Continue reading Workout Partners: Make Your Routine Stick
Group fitness classes are a great way to establish an exercise routine that's fun. It can also improve your fitness with regular attendance. Here are some more benefits: It's Scheduled Many of us have the best of intentions, but when it comes down to it, if we have to initiate exercise, we'll say "later". The … Continue reading Group Fitness: Make Your Routine Stick
Nothing to Something It's always hard to get moving when you've been inactive for a long time. Going from a few steps per day to an active lifestyle doesn't happen overnight. It will take a little buildup over time, and it doesn't have to be a huge chore to squeeze in more movement every day. In … Continue reading Building Exercise Momentum