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Is swimming the ultimate exercise?

Could swimming be the ultimate exercise? The following report card on swimming shows that unlike other cardiovascular exercises, swimming offers benefits beyond merely burning calories and building muscle groups.

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There is no gain in pain

There is no treatment that heals our body better than our own body itself.

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Pregnancy and Exercise

Exercise is vital to living a healthy lifestyle and pregnancy is no exception. Exercise during pregnancy is essential to the health of both mother and baby.

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How Hard Should You Exercise For A Healthy Heart?

The fitness centres and gyms fill up this time of the year with folks eager to meet their New Year goals. Many of you might jump into exercise without considering your existing fitness status, medical issues, medication side effects and how intensely you should be exercising.

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Staying fit and limber through the ages

At every stage of development exercise is crucial to our mental and physical well-being. Circumstances will often dictate our lifestyle choices and the physical activities that are available to us.

Fitness Tip Plan ahead

Fitness Tip: Plan ahead

Plan ahead! Try scheduling your exercise session into your calender, pack a gym bag the night before and bring it with you in the car for an after work fitness session.

Fitness Tips Make the most of your everyday activities

Fitness Tips: Make the most of your everyday activities

Turn your errands into workout sessions.

Fitness Tip Split up your workouts

Fitness Tip: Split up your workouts

If you have trouble fitting in a long work out, try splitting it up into smaller bouts of exercise per day.

Fitness Tip-Start a new fitness challenge

Fitness Tip: Start a new fitness challenge

Take the opportunity to shock the body by doing something different than your typical workout routine.

Fitness Tip Health Canada recommends 150+ minutes

Fitness Tip: Health Canada recommends 150+ minutes

Health Canada recommends adults get 150+ minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity aerobic activity per week, in bouts of 10+ minutes.