Jot it down. Track your exercise in a journal to help reach your goals and remind you of your progress.
Take a stand when you can. Standing can burn 50% more calories than sitting.
Although flexibility and strength training exercises are important components of your overall fitness program, it is aerobic and endurance training (cardio) that provide the greatest benefit for reducing blood pressure.
A regular, structured exercise program can decrease blood pressure by 5-7 mm Hg- this can occur as early as 3-4 weeks after introducing a new exercise routine
Losing 5% or 7% of your body weight can help reduce insulin levels, which reduces the risk of metabolic syndrome and diabetes.
Neuropsychologist, Dr. Marianne Harbok discusses how your thoughts and feelings can affect your wellness goals.
The Preventers worked off their turkey dinners at the Turkey Trot 10K run yesterday morning. It couldn’t have been a more beautiful day for a fun run.
The more physically active you are, and the higher the intensity of that activity, the greater the reduction in colon cancer risk. The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology recommends accumulating at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each week.
Messages about exercise constantly barrage us. It is easy to think exercise is complex, takes a long time, or that it requires certain gadgets to be effective.
It is wise to “warm up” our muscles with daily exercises to lower our risk for injury after months of winter exercise hibernation.