Exercise can improve your brain health and prevent mental decline as you age. Here's how.
How do you keep exercising when you're not a "regular exerciser"? Here are key points to keep you on track.
You don't have to wait long for exercise benefits if you know where to look. Wait loss isn't all there is!
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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 →
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 →
Disclaimer: I wrote this piece before I was diagnosed with Sjogren's. I was always looking for ways to exercise more, and it helped me lose weight and was great for my mood. I overdid it, though. If you have a chronic illness, follow these suggestions as tolerated but don't overtax yourself. Nothing to Something It's... Continue Reading →
Getting more steps per hour is a good way to be more active. Don's worry about hitting 10,000 steps per day at first.
How many times has your New Year's resolution been to exercise regularly? If you're like many of us, you lost count. What about all the springtime promises to yourself that you would be swimsuit ready by summer? That's not how to start an exercise program if you're serious. Even so, we keep trying over and... Continue Reading →