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13 pc RESISTANCE BANDS perfect for ABS YOGA exercise workout training fitness by Adria A. Posted Sat 11 Feb 2012 12:00am Exercise on eBay: NEW Body Yoga Pilates Gym Exercise Ball 75 CM +Pump 24" x 68" Yoga Mat Pad Non-Slip Exercise Fitness PINK 8 Exercise DVDs Gym In A Box, Piyo, Yoga & Pilates, THE WAVE , Bean Blaster Read on »
Exercise and your health!!!!! by Dr. Virashri R. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 29 Mar 2009 3:40pm Exercise, which includes any physical activity, helps you look and feel better, your posture, stamina and energy levels improve. Regular exercise also combats chronic health conditions like heart disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, besides depression and stress. BENEFITS OF EXERCISE: 1. Reduces the risk of heart disease ... Read on »
Weight Loss 101: Exercise by PJ S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:01am This is the final installment of my Weight Loss 101 series. I hope you've found it beneficial, easy to follow, and practical. My goal with this series was to cut through all the fluff, details and minutia, and just cover the key components and principles 95% of people need to understand in order to experience weight loss and fat loss success. Ok, o ... Read on »
Benefits of Weight Training Exercises by Bill .. Posted Mon 12 Sep 2011 6:54am Benefits of Weight Training Exercises While fitness experts recognize the importance of cardio workouts, the consensus in physical fitness these days is to include strength training for overall fitness. Cardio workouts increase the oxygen levels in the body and helps burn fat. Howeve ... Read on »
Exercise may improve function in ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 07 Nov 2008 7:57pm Exercise may improve function in dementia patients NEW YORK 08 nov 2008– Organized exercise designed to increase strength, flexibility, mobility and coordination may improve overall physical function among nursing home patients with Alzheimer's disease, researchers report. Alzheimer's disease patients who have physically dete ... Read on »
Strength Training for Quality of Life by Sue Kauffman Posted Sun 01 Sep 2013 10:22pm   This week’s post was going to be a review of my new Fitbit Flex, but something else has has become a priority in my brain these days.  I am officially a member of the sandwich generation.  You know, we’re the ones who have been taking care of children and now need to take care of aging parents as well. Over the last five years, my mo ... Read on »
Resistance training Exercise routine with Conditioning Tube by suosibaiji Posted Thu 31 Oct 2013 6:22am Resistance training is usually a list of exercise sessions that works on your numerous key muscles exclusively in order to make them potent, flexible and highly effective. A established can be a repetition of unique shift. That is for any limited time period without pausing to work to the muscles. Much better muscle groups give further toughness ... Read on »
Strength Training for Those Who Hate Weights by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 3:28pm Strength training came later in my life. In the beginning of my fitness career, I taught the traditional aerobics classes: Step, Double Step, and Low / High Impact. I loved them. About five years into teaching, however, I was asked to teach a Body Pump class. This was my introduction to Strength Training. I quickly fell in love with the class ... Read on »
The Three Major Elements of Exercise by Donna W. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Mar 2008 4:32pm 2 Comments A well balanced exercise program needs to include three major areas of fitness: Resistance or strength training, aerobic or cardio training and stretching or flexibility training. Resistance (strength) training 20 minutes of resistance training with dumbells, barbells, body weight, resistance bands or using weight machines twice a week. ... Read on »
Military Physical Training: Good for You Too! by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:01pm Just when you thought our Military couldn’t get any tougher, it has.  Physical training has not changed for decades…but with recent statistics of soldiers sustaining a 40 to 60 percent injury rate during physical training, it was clear that something needed to change. This change is the Eagle Tactical Athletic Program (ETAP), a new physical tra ... Read on »