It is essential to perceive that exercise is a stress, which, as with all forms of stress, is good, simply so long as we are not exposed to excessively of it, for too long. Read the rest... “Fitness exercise with rest to recover”
There are loads of ways to boost your metabolism but few are better than maintaining a regular exercise routine.
Those who exercise regularly tend to have a faster metabolism because their body needs more energy on a daily basis. Read the rest... “Fitness tips to boost your metabolism”
Strength training is exercise that uses resistance to strengthen and condition the musculoskeletal system, enhancing muscle tone and endurance.
“Strength training” is commonly used as a general term synonymous with other common terms: “weightlifting” and “resistance training.” Read the rest... “Strength Training – 3 quality benifits of strength training”
How stress impacts your life with un-healthy diet with no schedule and no physical activity. I learned this when I was working on an International Project 15 years before. Read the rest... “Healthy Heart at 50 – my story”
Exercising to improve our cardiovascular strength may protect us from cognitive impairment as we age.
This is revealed in a new study by researchers at the University of Montreal and its affiliated Institut universitaire de gératrie de Montréal Research Centre. Read the rest... “Fitness protects us from brain changes as we age”
We may have to exercise more to achieve a better level of fitness and reduce risk of diabetes.
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have found that lower fitness levels in middle-aged men of South Asian origin (from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh) are contributing to higher blood sugar levels and increased diabetes risk compared with white men. Read the rest... “We need more exercise to reduce diabetes risk”